Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow in collaboration with the Soyuzmultfilm Museum of Cinema and Film Studio present an exhibition"Andrei Khrzhanovsky: my circle"dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the outstanding director and screenwriter of animated films.
The exposition included drawings, sketches, movie clips and working materials for them, created by friends and colleagues of Andrei Khrzhanovsky, who worked with Yulo Sooster, Vladimir Yankilevsky, Yuri Nolev-Sobolev, Nikolai Popov, Sergey Barkhin and others. The exhibition will also show sketches for a new, still unfinished film by the author: "The Nose, or the Conspiracy of" Not Such "" based on Nikolai Gogol’s novel "The Nose."
Andrei Khrzhanovsky - People's Artist of the Russian Federation, Laureate of the State Prize of the Russian Federation, State Prize of the RSFSR named after N.K. Krupskaya, Prize of the Government of the Russian Federation, prefers when he is called the director of animated films. That's right - from the Latin word anima, which means: "soul", - recently, cartoons have begun to be called in our country. The former name comes from the Latin multus and in relation to cinema can be translated as "the art of multiplication." According to the director, "... as long as we are talking about art, the soul here looks more appropriate."