Maria Arlamovsky

Maria Arlamovsky

Director, Writer


Maria Arlamovsky is a Russian director, screenwriter, and editor who has worked on a number of acclaimed films and television shows. Born in Moscow in 1975, she began her career as an editor in the late 1990s, working on music videos and short films. In 2002, she directed her first feature film, The Spy in the Glass House. The film was an instant hit, and won a number of awards, including the Nika Prize for Best Director.

Arlamovsky went on to direct several more feature films, including the romantic comedy Love Without Borders, and the dark thriller The Man Who Wasn’t There. She also directed television shows such as the crime drama The Lawyer, and the documentary series Women of Power. In 2012, she directed her most successful feature film to date, the epic historical drama The Great War, which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

In addition to her work as a director, Arlamovsky has also been involved in the production of several films, including the horror film The Witch, and the drama Motherland. She has also edited several films, including the award-winning drama The Edge of Heaven. In recent years, she has focused on developing her own projects, and is currently in pre-production for her next feature film, The Last Night, which is set in a post-apocalyptic world.

Arlamovsky is a highly respected figure in the Russian film industry, and her films have been praised for their strong female characters and powerful messages. Her style of filmmaking is unique, combining elements of realism and fantasy to create stunning visuals. She is an ardent advocate for women’s rights, and her films often explore themes of feminism and gender equality. She is also a vocal supporter of LGBT rights, and her films often feature LGBT characters and themes.

Arlamovsky is committed to creating meaningful films that will leave a lasting impression on audiences. She is an inspirational figure in the Russian film industry, and has helped pave the way for other female directors to make their mark in the industry.

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