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Mrs. Larisa Isaeva
Our highlights list includes the worldwide critical and box-office success THE RUSSIAN ARK by Alexander Sokurov (Official Selection in Cannes Film Festival 2002; winner IFC VISIONS AWARD Toronto Film Festival 2002). Co-produced by HBS and Egoli Tossell Film AG (Germany), filmed entirely in the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Sokurov’s breathtaking film recreates 300 years of the Russian history and culture. HBS has also produced more than 20 TV events and participated in the following productions:
• Joint projects with the Guggenheim Museum and with such TV-companies as ABC (USA), NBC, ARD, ZDF (Germany),
• Co-production of the Emmy Award-winning, landmark concert film PAUL McCARTNEY IN RED SQUARE in 2003,
• Full-length feature film TRANCE by Teresa Villaverde, co-production with Gemini Films. TRANCE premiere screening was held in Cannes IFF in 2006,
• BORDER 1918 co-produced with Jounifilmi (Finland), Svensk Filmindustri (Sweden), Studio 217 (Russia) in 2007-2008,
• Full-length feature film THE LAST STATION by Michael Hoffman, co-production with Germany / UK / Russia in 2008-2009.
To 1986: Faculty of Literature, Saint-Petersburg State University
1986-93: Library File Editor, Saint-Petersburg State University; and then Deputy Director of the University Library.
Since 1992: Works with ABC (USA) as a local producer in Saint-Petersburg (news and special projects)
1993: Founds Hermitage Bridge Studio, a controlling interest in which belongs to the State Hermitage Museum (Saint-Petersburg, Russia). The Studio has partial use of the resources of Lenfilm Studios.
1993 – Present – HBS has produced TV programs, feature films and documentaries (). As General Director of HBS Andrey Deryabin works as production manager, line producer, associate producer, producer and scriptwriter in movie business.
1997 – “Twinning”: Three-session workshop for co-productions, organized by international program MEDIA – EUREKA.
2005 – EAVE participant. It receives support from the MEDIA PlusProgramme of the European Community, the French Community of Belgium and the partners who host the workshops since 1988. The aim of the programme is to renew and improve production and co-production methods and to encourage co-operation.
Languages: native Russian; spoken and written English; reading knowledge of Polish/Ukrainian.
Aims: To form a bridge between the worlds of Russian and Eastern/Western cinema.
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