Alov Alexander( director writer)
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Biography Alov Alexander
Alexander Alov (Lapsker) was born September 26, 1923 in Kharkov. In 1951 he graduated from the State Institute of Cinematography Directing Department, where he studied at the workshop IA Savchenko. His teacher Alexander Naumov worked on the film 'third strike', was his assistant on the film 'Taras Shevchenko', who after the death of the director finished with Vladimir Naumov. In this work, and began their long and fruitful creative collaboration. At the Kiev studio Alov Naumov placed on the trilogy Belyaeva 'Old Castle' movie 'Disturbing youth' on the Komsomolets in Ukraine during the Civil War, made a film 'Pavel Korchagin ", according to Ostrovsky's novel' How the Steel Was Tempered". In 1957 they moved to the studio "Mosfilm", and in 1959 put on his own script for the film 'Wind'. In the future, almost all his paintings Alov Naumov shot by their own scenarios. In 1961, for anti-fascist film 'The World incoming' directors were awarded several international prizes. One of the best works Alova and Naumov was put on the play by Mikhail Bulgakov's film 'Running', . It is dedicated to the Civil War, . collapse of counter-revolution and the fate of white emigration, . a major role in the film played Ludmila Savelyeva, . Vladislav Dvorzhetsky, . Mikhail Ulyanov, . Evgeni Evstigneev, . Alexei Batalov,
. Philosophically rich and in boshovski picturesque 'Legend of Thiele', created an outstanding creative tandem of the novel by Charles de Coster. Adventure tape 'Tehran-43', filmed in 1981, became a favorite of rental, and in those who played in it was a foreign actors Alain Delon. Died Alexander Alov June 12, 1983.