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The Retrospective films of Andrey Konchalovsky - Cinémathèque québécoise, October 16-22

• Venice Film Festival 1966, Volpi Cup for Best Actress (Natalya Arinbasarova)
• Jussi Awards 1973, Best Foreign Director

Directed by Andrey Konchalovsky
Writing Chingiz Aitmatov (story), Boris Dobrodeyev, Andrey Konchalovsky,
Fridrikh Gorenshteyn
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Cinematography by Georgi Rerberg
Film Editing by Yeva Ladyzhenskaya

Bolot Beyshenaliev - The school teacher Dyuyshen, Natalya Arinbasarova – Altynay, Idris Nogajbayev - Narmagambet, Darkul Kuyukova – Koltynay…

Soviet Union, near the Chinese border, 1923. A stranger has just come in this little country village. He is a teacher, sent by the Communist Party to teach the ignorant masses. But the countrymen are to help him, and even to let their children go and "sleep" at school instead of giving a hand. There is only, Altynai, an orphan, to seem fascinated by the teacher and his knowledge.

The Story of Asya Klyachina, Who Loved, But Did Not Marry (1967) OV STA
• Berlin International Film Festival 1988, FIPRESCI Prize - Honorable Mention
• Nika Awards 1989, Best Director (Andrey Konchalovskiy)
• Nika Awards 1989, Best Screenplay (Yuri Klepikov)

Directed by Andrey Konchalovsky
Writing Yuri Klepikov
Cinematography by Georgi Rerberg
Film Editing by L. Pokrovsky
Production Design by Mikhail Romadin

Iya Savvina - Asya Klyachina, Lyubov Sokolova – Mariya, Aleksandr Surin – Stepan, Gennady Yegorychev - Sasha Chirkunov...

About gentle, tender and proud love of Asya, a lame woman, and the driver Stepan who is a good-for-nothing person.

• Jussi Awards 1973, Best Foreign Director

Directed by Andrey Konchalovsky
Writing Valentin Ezhov , Andrey Konchalovsky, Ivan Turgenev (novel)
Music by Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov
Cinematography by Georgi Rerberg

Irina Kupchenko - Liza, Leonid Kulagin - Lavretsky, Beata Tyszkiewicz - Varvara Pavlovna, Nikita Mikhalkov - Prince Nelidov…

Lavretsky returns to his estate after stay in Paris.Frustrated with life,in his wife's unfair, he falls in love with Lisa. Suddenly the arriving of Fëdors woman which before has been reported the death, completes the simple love.

• National Board of Review USA 1972, NBR Award -Top Foreign Films
• San Sebastián International Film Festival 1971, Silver Seashell for Best Director
• Jussi Awards 1973, Best Foreign Director

Directed by Andrey Konchalovsky
Writing Anton Chekhov (play), Andrey Konchalovsky
Music by Alfred Shnitke
Cinematography by Evgeniy Guslinskiy, Georgi Rerberg
Production Design by Nikolay Dvigubskiy

Irina Anisimova-Wulf - Mariya Vasilievna Voinitskaya, Sergey Bondarchuk - Dr. Mikhail Lvovich Astrov, Irina Kupchenko - Sofya Aleksandrovna Serebryakova, Yekaterina Mazurova – Marina, Irina Miroshnichenko - Yelena Andreevna Serebryakova,
Nikolai Pastukhov - Iliya Ilich Telyegin, Innokentiy Smoktunovskiy - Ivan 'Uncle Vanya' Voinitsky, Vladimir Udalov - a peasant, Vladimir Zeldin - professor Aleksandr Vladimirovich Serebryakov...

A retired professor has returned to his estate to live with his beautiful young wife, Yelena. The estate originally belonged to his first wife, now deceased; her mother and brother still live there and manage the farm. For many years the brother (Uncle Vanya) has sent the farm's proceeds to the professor, while receiving only a small salary himself. Sonya, the professor's daughter, who is about the same age as his new wife, also lives on the estate. The professor is pompous, vain, and irritable. He calls the doctor (Astrov) to treat his gout, only to send him away without seeing him. Astrov is an experienced physician who performs his job conscientiously, but has lost all idealism and spends much of his time drinking. The presence of Yelena introduces a bit of sexual tension into the household. Astrov and Uncle Vanya both fall in love with Yelena; she spurns them both. Meanwhile, Sonya is in love with Astrov, who fails even to notice her. Finally, when the professor announces he wants to sell the estate, Vanya, whose admiration for the man died with his sister, tries to kill him.

• SILVER LION Venice Film Festival 2014
• Green Drop Award, 2014.
• MacArthur Foundation Award, 2014.
• Sputnik Festival, Poland, 2014.
• Golden Eagle Award for Best Script, 2015.
• Lady Harimaguada de Plata Award for Best Feature Film at the Film Festival in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 2015.

Director: Andrei Konchalovsky
Screenplay: Andrei Konchalovsky and Elena Kiselyeva
Second unit director: Ekaterina Veshcheva
Cinematographer: Aleksander Simonov
Producer: Andrei Konchalovsky

Aleksey Tryapitsyn, Irina Ermolova, Timur Bondarenko, Victor Kolobov, Victor Berezin, Tatyana Silitch, Irina Silitch, Yury Panfilov, Nikolay Kapustin, Sergey Yuryev, Valentina
Ananyina, Lyubov Skorina, Lyubov Zikova

Separated from the outside world with only a boat to connect their remote village to the mainland, the inhabitants of Kenozero Lake live the way their ancestors did for centuries gone by: the community is small, everyone knows each other and they produce only those things which are necessary for survival.
The village Postman (Aleksey Tryaptisyn) is their sole connection to the outside world, relying on his motorboat to bridge the two civilizations. But when his boat’s motor is stolen and the woman he loves escapes to the city, the Postman follows, desperate for a new adventure and a new life. What follows is a journey of self-discovery, as the Postman is confronted with old demons, love and the realization that there is no place like home.
"The Postman's White Nights" by Andrei Konchalovsky revives the subject of Russian village life, which he explored in his film "The Story of Asya Klyachina" and then again in "Ryaba My Chicken". Some Russian villages are so remote and badly connected to the outside word that their inhabitants live practically isolated from the state; they live in their own little world. Often the only representative of the state they know is the postman, the hero of Konchalovsky's newest film. Each village has its own fate, history and traditions. Understanding their people's values and learning from them how to be responsible for your own actions, is what Andrei Konchalovsky encourages us to do with this picture.

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