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 Yuri  Kara

Soviet and Russian film director, screenwriter, producer.


Yuri Viktorovich Kara was born in Donetsk. He graduated from the physical and chemical faculty of the Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys. During his studies he headed a pop group at the institute. Then he worked as an engineer-radio physicist in Donetsk. In 1982 he entered the VGIK (the All-Union Institute of Cinema, which he graduated in 1987. He gained first success due to his VGIK graduation work Tomorrow There Was a War, a visual stylization of the film of the 1930s. In 1990 he represented The Feasts of Belshazzar, or a Night with Stalin in the USA, where it was showed in the American congress, among other places. He directed the popular children’s comic series Eralash and commercials.

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