Chingiz Narynov

Chingiz Narynov



Chingiz Narynov (born September 11, 1980) is a Russian director, producer, and screenwriter. He is best known for his work on the feature film “The White Tiger” (2015), which he both wrote and directed.

Narynov was born in Moscow, Russia, and raised in a small rural village in the Caucasus Mountains. He attended school in Moscow, and then the Moscow Institute of Cinematography (VGIK).

Narynov began his career as an assistant director on several Russian films and television shows. He then went on to write and direct his first feature film, “The White Tiger”, which was released in 2015. The film was met with critical acclaim, and won several awards, including the Best Feature Film Award at the Moscow International Film Festival.

In 2017, Narynov wrote and directed his second feature film, “The Last Step”. The film received positive reviews, and was selected as the Russian submission for the Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film.

Narynov is currently working on his third feature film, “The Dream Catcher”. The film is set in modern-day Russia, and follows a young man as he embarks on an epic journey to find his dreams. Narynov is also developing a remake of the classic Russian film “Nina”.

Narynov is well-known for his unique visual style and his ability to capture the beauty and emotion of his stories. He is a highly sought-after director, and has worked with some of the biggest names in the Russian film industry. He is also a mentor to many aspiring filmmakers, and is passionate about nurturing new talent in the industry.

Narynov’s work has been praised for its cinematic beauty, emotional depth, and its exploration of the human condition. He has become one of the most acclaimed directors in Russian cinema, and his work is admired all over the world.

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