At the Academy of N.S. Mikhalkov will host free online master classes by Vladimir Baycher, Dmitry Astrakhan and Vladimir Alenikov Automatic translate
с 18 по 29 Сентября
18 Сентября 25 Сентября 29 Сентября
The Academy of Cinematographic and Theater Arts of N. S. Mikhalkov continues a series of free online master classes with prominent figures of culture and arts as part of a joint program with the Elena and Gennady Timchenko Charitable Foundation "Support for young theater and cinema professionals" in 2020.
Students and graduates of creative universities, aspiring specialists in the cinema and theater industry from various regions of the country, as well as everyone working in this field, can take part in the master classes.
Within the framework of the above program, the following events will be held:
September 18, 2020 (Fri) at 14:00 - online master class "Technique of Mikhail Chekhov. Six ways to rehearse. " Leading - director, teacher, dean of the directing department of the Russian Institute of Theater Arts (GITIS) Vladimir Baicher.
September 25, 2020 (Fri) at 12. 00 - online master class “Analysis of Drama. The work of the director and actor on the role. " Host - film actor, producer, director, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation Dmitry Astrakhan.
September 29, 2020 (Tue) at 14:00 - online master class “Cinema and Life. Directing, script, acting ". Presenter - theater and film director, writer, playwright, screenwriter, poet, poet-translator, producer Vladimir Alenikov.
As part of the master classes, speakers will be able to ask questions through the ZOOM communication form.
A single link for all broadcasts:
Conference ID in ZOOM: 243 904 7505
Access code: 3108
The number of participants is not limited. Participation in the event is free.
Vladimir Grigorievich Baicher - Director of the M. Chekhov Society Foundation, organizer, artistic director and director of the Chekhov Studio Theater (Melikhovo Museum-Reserve), Executive Director of the Melikhov Spring Festival.
Graduated from the directing department of the State Institute of Theater Arts (GITIS) in 1994 (workshop of Prof. L. Ye. Kheifets) with a degree in Drama Director.
Has staged over thirty performances on a professional stage in Moscow, Kaunas (Lithuania), Tartu (Estonia). Among the staged performances: "Triptych for Two" by S. Zlotnikov, "The Flood" by H. Berger, "Death of Tarelkin" by A. Sukhovo-Kobylin, "Love of Evil" by S. Shepard, "Kyogina Skirmishes" by K. Goldoni, "Tartuffe". -B. Moliere, "A Doll’s House" by G. Ibsen, "A Profitable Place" by A. Ostrovsky, "A Long Time ago" by A. Gladkov, "The Queen of Spades" by A. Pushkin, children’s play "Hedgehog in the Fog" based on S. Kozlov’s tales.
Director of the Mikhail Chekhov Society Foundation, one of the organizers of the Mikhail Chekhov International Workshop (Russia, Germany, England, Latvia). Assistant to GS Zhdanova at the master class "Theater of Mikhail Chekhov" in Moscow (1993). Mikhail Chekhov’s certified acting teacher.
He is actively involved in teaching activities. He worked as a directing teacher at the Boris Shchukin Theater Institute (workshop of Prof. L. Ye. Kheifets and workshop of Prof. A. M. Vil’kin), was the artistic director of the acting course at the International Slavic Institute. G.R.Derzhavin. At present, he is a directing teacher and dean of the directing department of the Russian University of Theater Arts - GITIS.
Conducted acting and directing laboratories in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Irkutsk, Khabarovsk and other cities of Russia, as well as in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Uzbekistan, Germany, England, Denmark and Bangladesh.
He worked on television as a director of the programs “Dolls” (NTV) and “Yesterday’s Age” (TVC), for several years he headed the TeleCasting company.
Dmitry Khananovich Astrakhan - Russian theater and film director, actor, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation (2009). Member of the Public Council of the Russian Jewish Congress. Dmitry Astrakhan was born into a family of Leningrad historians - Khanan Markovich Astrakhan and Susanna Markovna Manevich, immigrants from Belarus. He was the youngest, fifth child in the family. At school he was fond of reading, mathematics and sports. At the end of the eighth grade, he entered the Physics and Mathematics School No. 30 on Vasilievsky Island and at the same time continued to practice classical wrestling. After graduating from school, he was admitted to the Leningrad Electrotechnical Institute. Ulyanov (Lenin). Over the course of several years, Dmitry changed several institutes until he was admitted to the Leningrad State Institute of Theater, Music and Cinematography, in the class of A. A. Muzil (graduated in 1982).As a diploma work, he was supposed to stage a play at the Pushkin Theater, however, according to Astrakhan himself, after the artistic director of the theater learned that Astrakhan was a Jew, the play was not allowed to be staged. From 1981 to 1987 - director of the Sverdlovsk Theater for Young Spectators. Then he served in the Armed Forces of the USSR (naval aviation). He staged performances in various theaters in Russia and abroad, trained with G. A. Tovstonogov in Leningrad. From 1991 to 1995 he headed the St. Petersburg Akimov Comedy Theater.He staged performances in various theaters in Russia and abroad, trained with G. A. Tovstonogov in Leningrad. From 1991 to 1995 he headed the St. Petersburg Akimov Comedy Theater.He staged performances in various theaters in Russia and abroad, trained with G. A. Tovstonogov in Leningrad. From 1991 to 1995 he headed the St. Petersburg Akimov Comedy Theater.
Works actively in theater and cinema. He specializes in psychological dramas.
He became a sought-after actor after the role of administrator Leonid Fridman in the film “Vysotsky. Thanks for being alive."
Vladimir Mikhailovich Alenikov - film director, writer, screenwriter, producer. Scriptwriter and director of more than twenty feature and documentary films, winner of international and all-Russian film festivals. For several years he was a professor of film directing at the University of Los Angeles. Head of the Genre Film Workshop at VKKiT VGIK. Author and director of the first American-Russian theatrical musical "Child of Peace" (premiered at the opening of the UN General Assembly in Washington), as well as a number of other theatrical performances. Member of the PEN-Club - International Writers Association. Author of a number of novels and books for children. At the Academy, N. S. Mikhalkova teaches the course "Directing genre cinema" and "Specificity of the work of a film actor."
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