Artem Lurchenko is a Russian film director, writer, and producer. He has directed and produced multiple feature films, television series, and short films. Born in St. Petersburg in 1990, Artem developed an early interest in filmmaking, watching classic films as a child.
His career began when he was accepted into the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (VGIK) in Moscow. During his time there, he wrote, directed, and produced a number of short films and documentaries. After graduating, he worked as an assistant director in a number of Russian films before breaking out on his own.
In 2016, Artem directed his first feature film, the black comedy “The Voice of the Dead.” The film was an instant success, winning multiple awards and garnering critical praise. Artem quickly followed up with his second feature film, “The Price of Forgetting,” which was released in 2018. The film was another success, earning multiple awards and earning Artem a nomination for Best Director at the Russian Film Academy Awards.
In 2019, Artem’s third feature film, “The Unforgiving,” was released. The film was a psychological thriller that earned him multiple awards and critical acclaim. He followed up with his fourth feature film, “The Edge of Heaven,” in 2020. The film was an intense drama that earned him multiple awards and a nomination for Best Director at the Golden Globe Awards.
In 2021, Artem released his fifth feature film, “The River of Life.” The film was a science-fiction drama that earned him multiple awards and critical acclaim.
Artem Lurchenko is one of the most talented and innovative filmmakers in Russia today. His films have earned him multiple awards and critical acclaim. His unique vision and storytelling style have made him one of the most sought-after directors in the industry. He is sure to continue to make a mark in the world of film for years to come.