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Aleksandr Sokurov

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Aleksandr Sokurov

Aleksandr Sokurov is a renowned Russian filmmaker who has often been categorized as a world cinema auteur for his striking, poetic style of filmmaking. He is well known for using long takes and disorienting surrealistic effects to create intense psychological states of atmosphere. His filmography includes noteworthy works such as Mother and Son (1997), Russian Ark (2002), and The Sun (2005). His films often contain spiritual and philosophical themes, reflecting his Russian Orthodox beliefs. He is also known for his unique visual style with an emphasis on muted colors and an intimate feel. His films have won numerous awards, including the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, the FIPRESCI Prize, and the Golden Peacock Award at the International Film Festival of India.

Aleksandr Sokurov, Russian filmmaker, world cinema auteur, Mother and Son, Russian Ark, The Sun, Golden Lion, FIPRESCI Prize, Golden Peacock Award, spiritual themes, philosophical themes, Russian Orthodox beliefs, visual style, muted colors, intimate feel

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