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Майя - Maya Turovskaya - Netflix
Maya Iosifovna Turovskaya (Russian: Майя Иосифовна Туровская; born October 27, 1924, Kharkov, Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, USSR) is a Soviet and Russian theatrical and film critic, film historian, screenwriter, and culturologist. She was awarded the Nika Award in 2007 for her contribution to cinematographic sciences and criticism.
Майя - Biography - Netflix
Maya Turovskaya was born in Kharkov. In 1947 she graduated from the philological faculty of Moscow State University, and in 1948 - the theater department of GITIS, where she was a student of Abram Efros. She became a member of the Union of Soviet Writers in 1960, and a member of the USSR Union of Cinematographers in 1966. In 1969, it was the first time since 1949 that it was recruited by a research associate at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations . Since 1973, she worked as a leading researcher at the Institute of Theory, History of Cinema. She has been published in Theater, Soviet Screen, The Art of Cinema, Kinovedcheskie Zapiski, Moscow Observer and other publications. The author of the retrospective of the Cinema of the Totalitarian Epoch at the International Film Festival in Moscow in 1989. She is the author of a number of documentaries, including Mikhail Romm's famous film Triumph Over Violence (co-authored with Romm and Khanyutin), and numerous monographs devoted to theater and cinema. She completed her doctorate in Art History in 1983. Since 1992 she has lived in Munich.
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