Kazakhfilm

Kazakhfilm
Joint-stock company
Industry Film
Founded 1934 (studio of a newsreel)
September 12, 1941 (1941-09-12) (films studio)[1]
Headquarters Al-Farabi ave., 176, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Key people
Yermek Amanshayev, President
Products Motion pictures, television films, animated films
Website kazakhfilmstudios.kz

Kazakhfilm (Kazakh: Қазақфильм, Qazaqfilm, pronounced [qɑzɑqfilm]; Russian: Казахфильм) is a Kazakh film studio, located in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

History

The Alma-Aty studio of a newsreel was founded in 1934.

In 1938, the first Kazakh movie Amangeldy was created.

The Alma-Aty film studio (feature films) was organized in 1941.

Kazakhfilm Cinema Studio was named after Shaken Aimanov, outstanding national film director, in 1984.

In 2005, KazakhFilm launched its first big production, “Nomad," which involved investments in technology and talent amounting to $37 million. This boosted the domestic film industry. “Nomad” was followed by “Mongol,” (2007) another big-budget epic.[2]

Productions

Filmography

The company has made films since 1961.[3]

  1. Ironiya lyubvi (2010)
  2. Rebirth Island (2004)
  3. Ompa (1998)
  4. The Asian (1991)
  5. Gibel Otrara (1991)
  6. The Last Stop (1990)
  7. Vlyublyonnaya rybka (1990) (TV)
  8. Ainalaiyn (1990)
  9. Gamlet iz Suzaka, ili Mamaya Kero (1990)
  10. Manchzhurskiy variant (1989)
  11. Prikosnoveniye (1989)
  12. Woman of the Day (1989)
  13. Igla (1988)
  14. Balkon (1988)
  15. Desant (1988)
  16. Troye (1988)
  17. Voin (1988)
  18. Vyshe gor (1988)
  19. Neprofessionaly (1987)
  20. Snaypery (1987)
  21. Iskusstvo byt smirnym (1987)
  22. Kto ty, vsadnik? (1987)
  23. Skazka o prekrasnoy Aysulu (1987)
  24. Vyyti iz lesa na polyanu (1987)
  25. My Home on the Green Hills (1986)
  26. Wild Pigeon (1986)
  27. Boysya, vrag, devyatogo syna (1986)
  28. The Victims Have No Grievance (1986)
  29. Tayny madam Vong (1986)
  30. Troynoy pryzhok Pantery (1986)
  31. Turksib (1986)
  32. The Cheetah Comes Back (1985) (TV)
  33. Leti, zhuravlik (1985)
  34. Sestra moya, Lyusya (1985) (TV)
  35. Znay nashikh! (1985)
  36. Chelovecheskiy faktor (1984)
  37. Primite Adama! (1984)
  38. Sladkiy sok vnutri travy (1984)
  39. Voskresnye progulki (1984)
  40. God drakona (1983)
  41. Sultan Beybars (1982)
  42. Trizna (1982)
  43. Falconer (1980) (TV)
  44. Gontsy speshat (1980)
  45. Kogda tebe dvenadzat let (1979)
  46. Pogonya v stepi (1979) Vkus khleba (1979)
  47. Transsibirskiy ekspress (1978) (TV)
  48. Leto v zooparke (1977)
  49. Moya lyubov na tretyem kurse (1976)
  50. Pritcha o lyubvi (1976)
  51. The Fierce One (1974)
  52. Pesn o Manshuk (1974)
  53. Konets atamana (1973)
  54. Shok and Sher (1972)
  55. Doroga v tysyachu verst (1968)
  56. Za nami Moskva (1968)
  57. Zvuchi tam-tam! (1968)
  58. Tam, gde tsvetut edelveysy (1966)
  59. Zemlya ottsov (1966)
  60. Menya zovut kozha (1964)
  61. Perekrestok (1963)
  62. Pesnya zovet (1961)

Cartoons

A list of cartoons made by the studio.[4]

  1. Pochemu u Lastochki Hvostik Rozhkami (Why the Swallow Has the Tail with Little Horns) - 1967
  2. Aksak-Kulan - 1968
  3. Hvostik (The Little Tail) - 1969
  4. Medved' i Zayac (The Bear and the Hare) - 1969
  5. Prevraschenie (The Transmutation) - 1969
  6. Kausar-Bulak (Klad) (Kausar-Bulak) - 1970
  7. Sbornik Mikromul'fil'mov N 1 (The Collection Of Micro Cartoons) - 1970
  8. Shramy Starogo Erkena (The Scars of Old Erken) - 1970
  9. Zhavoronok (The Skylark) - 1970
  10. Golubaya Planeta (The Blue Planet) - 1971
  11. Hodzha-Nasyr - Stroitel' (Hodga-Nasir - The Builder) - 1971
  12. Lyubitel' Odinochestva (Solitude-Lover) - 1971
  13. Svyatoj Osel (The Saint Donkey) - 1971
  14. Tri Zhelaniya (Three Wishes) - 1971
  15. Tri Tankista (Soldatskaya Skazka) (Three Tankmen) - 1972
  16. Goluboj Kon' (The Blue Horse) - 1973
  17. Hodzha-Nasyr - Bogohul'nik (Prozrenie) (Hodga-Nasir - The Blasphemer) - 1973
  18. Mal'chik-Oduvanchik (Boy-Dandelion) - 1973
  19. Volshebnaya Svirel' (Auen) (The Big Reed-Pipe) - 1973
  20. Derzhis', Rebyata! (Steady, Boys) - 1974

References

  1. "Kazakhfilm history". Archived from the original on 2011-11-30.
  2. "Kazakhfilm Supports Young Filmmakers, National Image". astanatimes.com.
  3. "Kazakhfilm Studios". IMDbPro.com. Retrieved 2012-06-27.
  4. "Production Company". The Big Cartoon Database. Retrieved 2012-06-27.
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