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Silver Ball (1996) 06/24/1996

Film-document №75006 1 part, Duration: 0:38:54.2 to collection Price category --

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Producer VID

Anchorperson: Vitalij Vuljf

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Svetlana Nemoliaeva was born and raised in a family of filmmakers and played the first role in the cinema when she was only 7 years old.

Now the actress knows and loves the whole country, thanks to roles in famous feature films.

But in addition to cinema, a special place in her life is occupied by the theater.

After graduating from the Schepkin School, where Svetlana was the favorite pupil of the famous teacher Leonid Volkov, due to everyday inexperience, she did not receive a distribution, despite her diploma with honors.

Then she moved to Leningrad and starred in the film "Eugene Onegin."

The role of Olga was the first notable work in the cinema, Svetlana was invited to withdraw and further, but the long-awaited permanent work in the theater was not there.

Finally, fate gave the actress a lucky ticket to the Theater named after VV Mayakovsky, where she works to this day.

The history of Svetlana Vladimirovna is a difficult story of endless love for her profession and the theater that has become her home for her.

The program included excerpts from the plays Laughing Lobsters, Tram Desire, The Defeat, feature films Twins (1945, directed by KK Yudin), Eugene Onegin (1958, directed by RI Tikhomirov), "Office Romance" (1977, director E. A. Ryazanov).

Personnel

Nemolyayeva S.V. - Russian actress of theater and cinema, People's Artist of the RSFSR. Lazarev A.S. - actor of theater and cinema, People's Artist of the RSFSR. Dzhigarkhanyan A.B. - actor of theater and cinema, theater director, teacher, People's Artist of the RSFSR, Honored Artist of the Armenian SSR, People's Artist of the USSR. Basilashvili O.V. - actor of theater, cinema and television, People's Artist of the USSR. Myagkov A.V. - actor of theater and cinema, writer, People's Artist of the RSFSR.

Film actors; Theatrical figures