Stanislav Sokolov, Moscow
After studies from the VGIK Film School in Moscow with Prof. I. Ivanov-Vano, Stanislav Sokolov worked as an Art Director at the Soyuzmultfilm animation studio. His 1977 director’s debut was Dogada, and he went on to make 10 films in this studio. 1991–2000 he made three films in coproduction with Christmas Films studio (Russia), S4C and BBC (UK) on Shakespeare and the New Testament. 2000–04 he made films on Christian, Muslim and Judaic prayers, and recently completed ‹Hoffmaniada›. Besides filmmaking he teaches art and directing at VGIK, where he created a new Chair of Animation and Computer Graphics and a new Department of Animation and Multimedia.
Hoffmaniada 2007, animated film pilot | Sham Israel (Judaic Prayer) 2003 | Alfatiha: The Moslem Prayer 2001 | Prayer: Our Father 2000 | The Winter’s Tale 1994, 26' | What is Under the Mask? 1991 mixed media, 20' | The Gold Sword 1990, mixed media, 90' | The Great Underground Ball 1988, 20' | The Falling Shadow 1986, 20' | The Black and White Movie 1984, 20' | The Fish Harness 1982, 20' | Hosts without Home 1982, 10' | Soldier and Garden 1980,10' | The Guess 1977, 10'
Dialogue - What is Animation?
Wednesday, 9 December
10:00 at Bourbaki 2