Taisiya Krugovikh

Taisiya Krugovikh



Taisiya Krugovikh is an artist, director, and producer of film and television. She was born in Siberia, Russia, and grew up in Moscow. She attended the Moscow State University of Cinematography, where she studied directing and film production.

Krugovikh began her career in the 1990’s, when she started producing documentaries for Russian television. In 1999, she directed her first feature film, “The Book of Life”, which was well received and earned her many awards. This was followed by “The Journey”, her second feature film, which earned her a nomination for the Best Director award at the Moscow International Film Festival.

Krugovikh’s films have been widely acclaimed and have won numerous awards, including the Grand Prix at the Moscow International Film Festival for the film “The Journey” and the Audience Choice Award at the Sundance Film Festival for “The Book of Life”. She has also directed several television series, including the popular drama “The People”.

Krugovikh is known for her unique style of directing, which includes an emphasis on naturalistic performances and a strong focus on character development. She is also an advocate of independent filmmaking, and has produced several independent films.

In addition to her work as a director and producer, Krugovikh is also an instructor at the Moscow State University of Cinematography, where she teaches courses in directing and producing. She is also the founder of the Moscow International Film Festival, which she established in 1999.

Krugovikh is an accomplished director and producer, and her work has influenced many contemporary filmmakers. She is an inspiration to aspiring filmmakers and her films have been praised for their originality and unique style. Krugovikh’s contribution to the world of film and television will continue to be appreciated for many years to come.

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