Boris Bushmelev, actor, director of “Tsvetika-Seven-Tsvetka”, died – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Soviet, Russian director, screenwriter and actor Boris Bushmelev died at the age of 83. Post about it appeared on the website of the Union of Cinematographers of the Russian Federation.

“Our friend and colleague, the director of feature films, screenwriter, artist Boris Bushmelev, is gone. We offer our condolences to family and friends,” the obituary says.

Boris Bushmelev was born in 1937 in Moscow. He graduated from the Faculty of Geography of Moscow State University in 1960 and the directing department of VGIK in 1969. Since 1968 he worked as a production director at the “Ekran” and at “Mosfilm”.

He directed the films “The Wheel”, “The Seven-Color Flower” – a short film adaptation of Kataev’s fairy tale, “The Suffering of the Young Hercules”, “The Evening Labyrinth”, “Itches, You Are Fired!”, “Arbat Motive”, “Our American Boria” others.

He wrote scripts for the animated film “A Car Lover’s Dream” and the documentaries “Chagall”, “Malevich” and “Repin”.

As an actor, the viewer is familiar with an unpretentious social comedy with Leonid Kuravlev and Tatiana Peltzer “Everything for You”.

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