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Всё только начинается - Netflix

Всё только начинается - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2015-03-23

Всё только начинается - Oleg Kononov - Netflix

Oleg Georgiyevich Kononov (Russian: Олег Георгиевич Кононов, Belarusian: Алег Георгіевіч Конанаў, translit. Aleh Heorhijevič Konanaŭ, Aleh Heorhiyevich Konanaw, born 23 March 1966) is a Russian and Belarusian football coach and a former player. He is the manager of Arsenal Tula.

Всё только начинается - Karpaty Lviv - Netflix

On 9 June 2008, Kononov was invited to take charge of Ukrainian Premier League club Karpaty Lviv following the resignation of Valery Yaremchenko. He brought a new style of play to the team, including the use of a 4-3-3 formation which emphasizes the flanks instead of the usual 4-4-2 formation. At the end of the 2008-09 season, Karpaty finished in the season in middle of the league at 9th place. Kononov enjoyed more success the next season, guiding Karpaty to top 8 in the Ukrainian Cup where they were eliminated by eventual finalists Metalurh Donetsk. They also finished fifth in the league and therefore qualified for the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League, where after impressively passing Galatasaray in the Playoff Round, finished last in Group J with 1 point.

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Деревенская история - Netflix

Деревенская история - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2012-10-13

Деревенская история - Valery Gavrilin - Netflix

Valery Aleksandrovich Gavrilin (Russian: Валерий Александрович Гаврилин, (17 August 1939 – 28 January 1999) was a Russian composer, Honoured Artist of Russia, People's Artist of the USSR and a recipient of the USSR State Prize.

Деревенская история - Musical style - Netflix

The art of Gavrilin is one of the most vivid and striking features of contemporary Russian culture. After having composed “The Russian Music Book” he entered into music of the 1960s in the period of the so-called “neo-folklore wave” which was a kind of parallel to the art of such Russian “country-writers” in the genre prose as Vasili Belov, Viktor Astafiyev, and Vasily Shukshin. The truthful picture of the contemporary life of people, their mood, expectation, hopes and sorrows is presented in Gavrilin's music. Both the esthetics and the style in Gavrilin's art are the vivid example of the neo-romantic. First of all it can be seen in the composer's inclination towards the genre of song mostly favored by romantics, in the ethical and fine development of song forms. To reveal the tragic content the composer uses the developed and symphonized song form which is sometimes close in the manner of intonation to “crying” and “lamentations”. They are traditional genres of a Russian village song. In Gavrilin's instrumental music an appreciable place is given to a programme miniature, to character and genre pieces forming his suites, orchestra suits and variety entertainments. Having been staged in the Naples theatre “San-Carlo” and in the Bolshoy in Moscow by V.Vasiliev, Gavrilin's ballet Anyuta became widely known. Being vocal by nature, Gavrilin's talent has its own unique intonation. Just like his beloved romantics he worships melody. The soul of his music is in a fresh primordial melodiousness. Its pure national character is also expressed in the composer's inclination to the “natural” and “native” harmonies.

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Без следа - Netflix

Без следа - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 40 minutes

Premier: 2012-09-04

Без следа - Desi Slava - Netflix

Desislava Ivanova Doneva (Bulgarian: Десислава Иванова Донева), known by her stage names Desi Slava (Bulgarian: Десислава) or DESS, is a Bulgarian singer, songwriter and producer.

Без следа - Awards and achievements - Netflix

Major international events: - 2007 - Desislava was the first Bulgarian singer to give a concert at London's prestigious Jazz Club “Soho Revue”. The show was titled “Cabaret Desislava” and on the stage with her were Vanco Manojlovic (played with Pink Floyd and The Who) and Matt Cooper of “Инкогнито” - 2008 - MAD Video Music Awards 2008 in Greece. Desislava was the first Bulgarian singer who sang on stage at the Mad Video Music Awards. She sang alongside Greek sex symbol Kostas Martakis. - 2008 her single “Never end” - a dance single, released by Universal Music Spain in the best-selling dance summer compilation - Disco Estrella. Also in 2008, she participated in “Let’s Duet” - a reality show where she had the opportunity to show the audience her amazing performances across genres: Bulgarian folklore, Macedonian songs, disco, rock, metal, r & b, opera, movie music, folk, Greek, Bulgarian and Russian traditional songs. - 2009 her single “My Pleasure, My Pain” - Recorded and produced in London by producer John Themis (worked with Spice Girls, Shugarbabes, Rod Stewart, Boy George, Kylie Minogue, George Michael, etc.), who was also the author of the song. The style of the ballad is a British rock. “My Pleasure, My Pain” was broadcast on MTV. - 2010 – When the great Turkish pop star Mustafa Sandal was in Bulgaria, he chose to invite Desislava to sing with him in his concert in Bulgaria. - 2012 – Desislava was the only performer from Bulgaria, invited to sing at the most prestigious Balkan Awards - Media Music Awards. There, she performed on the same stage as the best Romanian stars. Movie appearances: - 2005 - Desislava’s song “Лъжа” /“Lie”/ became part of the soundtrack and the plot of the Bulgarian film “Lady Z”, which received many Balkan awards. - 2010 - the French television channel “M6” made a documentary about the phenomenon “pop folk” and devoted a great part of it to Desislava. - 2011 - Desislava took part in the Bulgarian sound of 3D “Rio” for 20th Century Fox. - 2011 – She had a major role in the film “Small - Large”, directed by Yassen Grigorov, in partnership with the great photographer Temelko Temelkov. The film was awarded with a “Golden Rose”. - 2012 – She had a major role in the TV series “Столичани в повече” Others: - 2007/2009 - Desislava was the commercial face of the world's largest internet bookmaker Sportingbet. When she signed a contract with “Sportingbet” in 2007, the company's website was blocked for a short period because of a poker game with Desislava, which caused unprecedented interest. - 2010 - Desislava was the only pop folk singer in Bulgaria who was invited to sing with Ruse’ Philharmonic Orchestra and Burgas’ Philharmonic Orchestra. At the end of the year, she was a part of a „FAN TV” tour, the purpose of which was to unite the pop and pop folk genre. The singer performed songs from both styles. 1994 First prize at the Folklore Festival “Slaveyche” Radio “Stara Zagora” 1995 First prize at the folk festival “Petko Zaharieva” 1996 Grand Prix of Folk Festival “Valkana Stoyanova” 1999 Award for live performance at the festival “Golden Mustang” 2000 Award of the “World Arts Festival” in Hollywood (USA) in the section on pop music Award for the hit of the year – “Мъжете всичко искат” /“Men want everything”/ Award of the Audience at the festival “Trakia Folk” - “Бели нощи” /‘White Nights’/ Award of the Jury at the festival “Trakia Folk” - “Бели нощи” /‘White Nights’/ Annual awards of Hit Cocktail - Singer of the year Annual awards of Hit Cocktail – “Ези Тура” - Album of the year Annual awards of Hit Cocktail – “Мила моя, мили мой” Hit of the year Annual awards of ‘Nov Folk’ magazine – “Ези Тура” - Album of the year Annual awards of ‘Nov Folk’ magazine - Best hit singer of the year Annual awards of ‘Nov Folk’ magazine – “Бели нощи” /‘White Nights’/ Song of the year 2002 The audience chart of ‘Planet TV’ – Singer of the year Annual music awards of ‘Planet TV’ – Best singer Annual awards of ‘Nov Folk’ magazine - Singer of the year Annual awards of ‘Nov Folk’ magazine “Мистерия” /‘Mystery’/ – Album of the year Annual awards of ‘Nov Folk’ magazine-“Две сърца” /‘Two Hearts’/ Best Video clip 2004 Annual awards of ‘Nov Folk’ magazine – “Жадувам” /‘I Crave’/ – the best video clip of the year Annual awards of Melo TV Mania–“Бъди добро момче” /‘Be A Good Boy’/ video clip of the year 2005 Annual awards of ‘Nov Folk’ magazine – Best duo for “Казваш че ме обичаш” /“Say you love me”/ Annual awards of ‘Nov Folk’ magazine – Best clip 2006 ‘Nov Folk’ magazine – Music Video of the year – “Някой ден”/„Some day”/ Annual awards of ‘Bliasuk’ magazine – Body of Bliasuk 2007 ‘FHM’ magazine – The sexiest Bulgarian woman Nov Folk Magazine Award for best live performance 2008 Radio Romantica Award for best ballad “Някой ден”/„Some day”/ 2009 Nov Folk Magazine Award for song of the decade for “Бели нощи” /„White nights”/ (1998-2008) Award for successful missions to the Red Cross charity 2011 Radio Romantica Award for Eternal ballad “Забрави за мен” /“Forget about me”/ 2012 Radio Romantica Award for Best voice of radio Romantica Award for Best cover of the magazine “Mr. Big 2013 Radnevo Award - The prize was for the people who have made significant and tangible contributions to the development and prosperity of the town of Radnevo.

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Чёрная комната - Netflix

Black Room. Closed space. The action takes place as it leisurely. You know that every word, every gesture of the characters have a special, secret, yet completely understood the meaning. But you feel: do not miss a single nuance. In each novel - two or three hero. Between them - a real drama, which ends with a bang. Sometimes figuratively and sometimes literally. Continuous: no yesterday and tomorrow. Only here and now. Sometimes the action takes place on the verge of fantasy and reality. And often the fantasies are much more realistic than real life. Black Room, or, as they say theater goers black cabinet - a space in which nothing can be seen until the light will light. Imagine a black background moving people in black velvet No, it's not a horror movie. Partly, of course, a bit scary. But that's only surge from expectations of how to resolve the situation in each novel.

Чёрная комната - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2000-09-22

Чёрная комната - Elena Korikova - Netflix

Elena Yuryevna Korikova (Russian: Еле́на Ю́рьевна Ко́рикова; born 12 April 1972) is a Russian theater and television actress. She is perhaps the best known for her role of Anna Platonova in television series Bednaya Nastya.

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Оттепель - Netflix

1961. Cameraman Viktor Khrustalev and director Egor Myachin are trying to shoot a movie based on the script of their friend, who tragically died.

Оттепель - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2013-12-02

Оттепель - DDT (band) - Netflix

DDT (or ДДТ in Cyrillic) is a popular Russian rock band founded by its lead singer and the only remaining original member, Yuri Shevchuk (Юрий Шевчук), in Ufa (Bashkir ASSR, RSFSR) in 1980. Named after the pesticide DDT, they are one of the better known and most prolific Russian bands of the late 20th and early 21st centuries.

Оттепель - 1998-2004 - Netflix

In May 1998, the band released a new album titled Mir nomer nol' (World number zero) - a concept album which contained influences from industrial music and relied heavily on electronic and computer-generated music. With this program DDT had lost a part of their old fans but found a huge success among the young auditory - a fact which DDT were very pleased by. A new album, Metel' avgusta (Snowstorm of August), contained mostly outtakes from Mir nomer nol as well as songs with more warm and lyrical atmosphere. Since then, the band has won a number of Russian music awards and been awarded humanitarian citations for their creative and charitable work. Shevchuk and his group also regularly travel throughout the C.I.S. and other former Soviet republics to give benefit concerts: in the spring and summer of 2002, 10 out of 11 concerts that the band played were benefits for various social and cultural organizations. The band has transcended Russia, reaching an ever-growing audience in the U.S. and Europe, and for the past 20 years have traveled frequently throughout the world, playing concerts and gaining new fans with their unique sound. Shevchuk's music and lyrics are not only influenced by traditional “western” rock music, but also by the entire scope of Russian folk, classical, and religious music. In many respects, Shevchuk's initial years of struggle as an underground musicians shaped his and, by extension, the band's philosophy toward their art. The question of the music's marketability was never part of the song writing process as there was no “market” in which to compete but only an allegiance to the purity of artistic expression. In 2002 and 2003 DDT released a double album called Yedinochestvo (Singleness). That duologue had even more experimental sound then Mir nomer nol. After the following tour Vadim Kurilev, band's guitarist and bass-guitarist from original Piter line-up, had left a group to begin his solo career. One of Kurilev's last performances as DDT member was released on CD and DVD called Gorod bez okon (A city without windows).

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Дети 90-х - Netflix

Дети 90-х - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 17 minutes

Premier: 2012-10-28

Дети 90-х - Russian declension - Netflix

In Russian grammar, the system of declension is elaborate and complex. Nouns, pronouns, adjectives, demonstratives, most numerals and other particles are declined for two grammatical numbers (singular and plural) and six grammatical cases (see below); some of these parts of speech in the singular are also declined by three grammatical genders (masculine, feminine and neuter). This gives many spelling combinations for most of the words, which is needed for grammatical agreement within and (often) outside the proposition. Also, there are several paradigms for each declension with numerous irregular forms. Russian is more conservative in its declensions than many other modern Indo-European languages (English, for example, has almost no declensions remaining in the language). The complexity of its declensions resembles older languages such as Latin and Ancient Greek more than most modern languages.

Дети 90-х - First declension - Netflix

Most first-declension nouns are feminine, some masculine. The same endings apply for both genders. After a sibilant or a velar (г, к, or х) consonant, и is written. After a sibilant, о is written when stressed; е when unstressed. After a soft consonant, ё is written when stressed; е when unstressed. Examples: рабо́та – a work/job, ба́ня – a bathhouse, кни́га – a book, ли́ния – a line Note: In the instrumental case, -ою and -ею instead of -ой and -ей endings may be encountered in the singular.

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Сеть - Netflix

Сеть - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 43 minutes

Premier: 2008-06-30

Сеть - Russian LGBT Network - Netflix

The Russian LGBT Network (Russian: Российская ЛГБТ-сеть) is a non-governmental LGBT rights organization working for the social acceptance of and protection of the rights of LGBT people in Russia. Founded in 2006, it was reformed into the first (and only) Russian inter-regional LGBT rights organization on October 19, 2008. The organization is a member of the International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) and is led by Russian LGBT rights activist Igor Kochetkov.

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LGBT rights in Russia Gayrussia.ru

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Всё будет хорошо - Netflix

Всё будет хорошо - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2013-10-25

Всё будет хорошо - Alla Pugacheva discography - Netflix

This article contains the full information on the discography the Soviet and Russian singer Alla Pugacheva, which consists of: 34 official singles and 5 additional 20 studio albums 9 foreign albums 2 live albums and 9 compilations official

Всё будет хорошо - 1977 — Зеркало души (Mirror of the Soul) (LP, Мелодия, USSR) - Netflix

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Дыши со мной - Netflix

Дыши со мной - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 48 minutes

Premier: 2010-08-09

Дыши со мной - Elena Temnikova - Netflix

Elena Vladimirovna Temnikova (Russian: Елена Владимировна Темникова, born 18 April 1985) is a Russian singer, television personality and fashion designer. She came to prominence as a contestant in the talent show Star Factory and as one of the three members of the Russian girl group Serebro, which represented Russia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007.

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Как я встретил вашу маму - Netflix

Как я встретил вашу маму - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 24 minutes

Premier: 2010-10-04

Как я встретил вашу маму - How I Met Your Mother - Netflix

How I Met Your Mother (often abbreviated to HIMYM) is an American sitcom that originally aired on CBS from September 19, 2005, to March 31, 2014. The series follows the main character, Ted Mosby, and his group of friends in New York City's Manhattan. As a framing device, Ted, in the year 2030, recounts to his son and daughter the events that led him to meet their mother. The series was created by Craig Thomas and Carter Bays, who also served as the show's executive producers and were frequent writers. The series was loosely inspired by their friendship when they both lived in New York City. Among the 208 episodes, there were only four directors: Pamela Fryman (196 episodes), Rob Greenberg (7 episodes), Michael Shea (4 episodes) and Neil Patrick Harris (1 episode). Known for its unique structure, humor, and incorporation of dramatic elements, How I Met Your Mother has gained a cult following over the years. The show initially received positive reviews, while the later seasons received more mixed reviews. The show was nominated for 30 Emmy Awards, winning ten. In 2010, Alyson Hannigan won the People's Choice Award for Favorite TV Comedy Actress. In 2012, seven years after its premiere, the series won the People's Choice Award for Favorite Network TV Comedy, and Neil Patrick Harris won the award for Favorite TV Comedy Actor. The ninth and final season began airing on September 23, 2013, and concluded on March 31, 2014, with a double-length finale episode, which received polarized reviews from critics and fans alike for its controversial twist ending, as many critics and fans believed it contradicted many of the previous episodes.

Как я встретил вашу маму - Season 3 - Netflix

Barney begins the season with the word, “-dary!” Robin returns from a trip to Argentina with her new boyfriend, Gael (Enrique Iglesias), and Ted must adjust to life as just her friend, while watching Robin and Gael fawning over each other. Marshall and Lily decide to move out on their own, falling in love with a place they cannot afford. Robin learns of Lily's bad credit rating due to her compulsive shopping for designer brands, and forces Lily to tell Marshall. Despite this, they are able to finally secure their dream apartment, only to discover it is in a bad location and more poorly constructed than they thought (the floor is tilted). Barney is slapped for the third time on Thanksgiving, which Marshall dubs “Slapsgiving.” Ted tells his children he met their mother through a story concerning her yellow umbrella. He finds the umbrella at a club and takes it home after attending a St. Patrick's Day party where his future wife was, although they did not meet. Ted attempts to woo Stella (Sarah Chalke), a dermatologist he sees to remove an embarrassing butterfly tattoo. This culminates in a memorable “two-minute date,” which incorporates small talk, dinner, a movie, coffee, two cab rides, and a goodnight kiss, all within two minutes. Robin sleeps with Barney after he comforts her following a break-up with a past Canadian love; Ted is infuriated, and decides to stop being friends with Barney. Meanwhile, an unknown woman begins to sabotage Barney's attempts to hook up. His saboteur is revealed to be Abby (Britney Spears), Stella's receptionist, with a vendetta against him for not calling her after they had sex. In the season finale, Ted gets into a car accident and ends up in hospital after breaking up with Stella. Subsequently, Barney is hit by a bus while he is on his way to visit Ted and receives treatment in the same hospital. Ted realizes Barney really cares about him and they renew their friendship. Barney's true feelings for Robin are revealed while Ted proposes to Stella in an arcade with a toy kangaroo.

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Очень русское ТВ - Netflix

Очень русское ТВ - Netflix

Type: Variety

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2008-03-09

Очень русское ТВ - Vintage (band) - Netflix

Vintage (Russian: Винтаж, translit. Vintazh) is a Russian pop group formed in 2006 by the singer Anna Pletnyova and musician Alexey Romanov. They have released 5 albums and sixteen radio singles, six of which headed the Russian radio-charts. The group is a laureate and nominee of a number of musical awards, including MTV Russia Music Awards, Muz-TV Award, Golden Gramophone Award, RU.TV Award and others. Since 2008 Vintage is a steady laureate of Song of the Year award. In 2011 and 2012 it was named the best group of the year at ZD Awards based on a poll organised by Moskovskij Komsomolets.

Очень русское ТВ - 2010 — present - Netflix

While Vintage was on Live on Love Radio April 16, they introduced a new single titled - (Russian: Микки, transliterated as “Mikki”, Mickey) dedicated to Michael Jackson. The band shot two versions of the video clip for the song - a Russian version and English translation. Despite the fact that the single and video wasn't as successful as their previous tracks, the video was still popular on Internet and became one of the most discussed. On September 11, Европа плюс (Europe Plus), Русское радио (Russkoe radio), Love-радио (Love-radio) and Свежее радио (Svezhee radio) released Vintage's latest song, Roman, “Роман”. The music video was released on Vintage's official Facebook page on October 23. “Roman” became Vintazh's most successful single to date, with over ten million views on the official music video. The follow up single Derevya, Trees in English, was released in the Fall of 2011, followed by their third studio album Anechka, Anny in English.

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Дом для куклы - Netflix

Дом для куклы - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2016-03-26

Дом для куклы - List of theatres in Saint Petersburg - Netflix

Saint Petersburg, Russia is home to more than a hundred theatres and theatre companies. This list includes theatre companies that regularly produce plays and buildings used for theatrical performances. The first permanent professional public theatre in Russia, the “Russian Theatre for the Performance of Tragedies and Comedies” (Русский для представления трагедий и комедий театр) was established in St. Petersburg in 1756 by order of Empress Elizabeth. In 1785 the Hermitage Theatre was opened in the Hermitage palace complex. This is the oldest theatre building in St. Petersburg that has been preserved in its original form.

Дом для куклы - Puppet theatres - Netflix

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Школа - Netflix

Школа - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2010-01-11

Школа - Secondary school - Netflix

A secondary school is both an organization that provides secondary education and the building where this takes place. Some secondary schools can provide both lower secondary education and upper secondary education (levels 2 and 3 of the ISCED scale), but these can also be provided in separate schools, as in the American middle school- high school system. Secondary schools typically follow on from primary schools and lead into vocational and tertiary education. Attendance is compulsory in most countries for students between the ages of 11 and 16. The organisations, buildings, and terminology are more or less unique in each country.

Школа - Theoretical framework - Netflix

School building design does not happen in isolation. The building (or school campus) needs to accommodate: Curriculum content Teaching methods Costs Education within the political framework Use of school building (also in the community setting) Constraints imposed by the site Design philosophy Each country will have a different education system and priorities. Schools need to accommodate students, staff, storage, mechanical and electrical systems, storage, support staff, ancillary staff and administration. The number of rooms required can be determined from the predicted roll of the school and the area needed. According to standards used in the United Kingdom, a general classroom for 30 students needs to be 55 m², or more generously 62 m². A general art room for 30 students needs to be 83 m², but 104 m² for 3D textile work. A drama studio or a specialist science laboratory for 30 needs to be 90 m². Examples are given on how this can be configured for a 1,200 place secondary (practical specialism). and 1,850 place secondary school.

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Дизель Шоу - Netflix

Дизель Шоу - Netflix

Type: Variety

Languages: Russian

Status: Running

Runtime: 57 minutes

Premier: 2015-05-15

Дизель Шоу - Sergei Pugachev - Netflix

Sergei Viktorovich Pugachev, also spelled Sergey Pugachyov, (French: Sergueï Pougatchev, Russian: Серге́й Викторович Пугачёв; born 4 February 1963 in Kostroma, USSR) is a Russian investor and former member of Vladimir Putin's inner circle. He is a Doctor of Technical Sciences and a member of the International Engineering Academy as well as the author of three monographs and 40 research papers. Pugachev moved to the United States in 1994. Before that he lived primarily in France and London. He has major real estate development projects in the United States, France, Luxembourg, Russia and the United Kingdom. At the start of the 2000s, Pugachev had the reputation of the most influential agent of orthodox ideas in Putin's entourage. He introduced Putin to his spiritual father, the governor of the Moscow Sretensky Monastery, Archimandrite Tikhon (Shevkunov), and other senior clerical figures.

Дизель Шоу - Expropriations - Netflix

After leaving the Senate, the Government began confiscating his various properties.

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Охота - Netflix

Охота - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: Russian

Status: Running

Runtime: 80 minutes

Premier: 2016-09-17

Охота - Fox hunting - Netflix

Fox hunting is an activity involving the tracking, chase and, if caught, the killing of a fox, traditionally a red fox, by trained foxhounds or other scent hounds, and a group of unarmed followers led by a “master of foxhounds” (“master of hounds”), who follow the hounds on foot or on horseback. Fox hunting with hounds, as a formalised activity, originated in England in the sixteenth century, in a form very similar to that practised until February 2005, when a law banning the activity in England and Wales came into force. A ban on hunting in Scotland had been passed in 2002, but it continues to be within the law in Northern Ireland and several other countries, including Australia, Canada, France, Ireland and the United States. In Australia, the term also refers to the hunting of foxes with firearms, similar to deer hunting. In much of the world, hunting in general is understood to relate to any game animals or weapons (e.g., deer hunting with bow and arrow); in Britain and Ireland, “hunting” without qualification implies fox hunting (or other forms of hunting with hounds—beagling, drag hunting, hunting the clean boot, mink hunting, or stag hunting), as described here. The sport is controversial, particularly in the UK. Proponents of fox hunting view it as an important part of rural culture, and useful for reasons of conservation and pest control, while opponents argue that it is cruel and unnecessary.

Охота - Economics - Netflix

As well as the economic defence of fox hunting that it is necessary to control the population of foxes, lest they cause economic cost to the farmers, it is also argued that fox hunting is a significant economic activity in its own right, providing recreation and jobs for those involved in the hunt and supporting it. The Burns Inquiry identified that between 6,000 and 8,000 full-time jobs depend on hunting in the UK, of which about 700 result from direct hunt employment and 1,500 to 3,000 result from direct employment on hunting-related activities. Since the ban in the UK, there has been no evidence of significant job losses, and hunts have continued to operate along limited lines, either trail hunting, or claiming to use exemptions in the legislation.

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Вовочка - Netflix

Comedy series "Vovochka" was filmed on the basis of jokes and funny stories from life. Really, who doesn't know the jokes about the boy johnny?!

Show of the channel REN of TV talk about the usual, but cheerful boy who goes to school and is watching his family and likes to joke a lot and make fun of classmates and teachers. The little johnny is constantly late for lessons, so his parents often call the school.

Each episode is a compilation of funny moments and anecdotes, which are filmed in a single unit. All the characters of the series - the face is very witty and never losing heart. Together, they are able to laugh any!

Вовочка - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2000-06-01

Вовочка - Public image of Vladimir Putin - Netflix

The public image of Vladimir Putin concerns the image of Vladimir Putin, current President of Russia, among residents of Russia and worldwide.

Вовочка - Ratings and polls - Netflix

According to public opinion surveys conducted by NGO Levada Center, Putin's approval rating was 81% in June 2007, and the highest of any leader in the world, other than that of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who received a 93% public approval rating in September 1997. Putin's popularity rose from 31% in August 1999 to 80% in November 1999, never dropping below 65% during his first presidency. In January 2013, his approval rating fell to 62%, the lowest point since 2000 and a ten-point drop over two years. Observers see Putin's high approval ratings as a consequence of the significant improvements in living standards and Russia's reassertion of itself on the world scene that occurred during his tenure as President. One analysis attributed Putin's popularity, in part, to state-owned or state-controlled television. A joint poll by World Public Opinion in the US and Levada Center in Russia around June–July 2006 stated that “neither the Russian nor the American publics are convinced Russia is headed in an anti-democratic direction” and “Russians generally support Putin's concentration of political power and strongly support the re-nationalization of Russia's oil and gas industry.” Russians generally support the political course of Putin and his team. A 2005 survey showed that three times as many Russians felt the country was “more democratic” under Putin than it was during the Yeltsin or Gorbachev years, and the same proportion thought human rights were better under Putin than Yeltsin. According to a 2017 survey by the Worldwide Independent Network/Gallup International Association (WIN/GIA), Putin's international reputation has increased significantly over the past two years (43% favorable in 2017 compared with 33% in 2015).

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Человек против мозга - Netflix

Человек против мозга - Netflix

Type: Game Show

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 24 minutes

Premier: 2016-01-18

Человек против мозга - Beat the Brain - Netflix

Beat the Brain is a BBC quiz show that aired on BBC Two from 11 May to 22 June 2015. It was hosted by John Craven, while Josie Lawrence provided the voice of “The Brain,” an image of a disembodied human brain that posed challenges to the contestants and lit up in a variety of neon colors.

Человек против мозга - International versions - Netflix

Legend: Currently airing Ended Future version

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Маэстро - Netflix

The year is 1986. After serving as a machinist for eight months aboard a merchant ship, young sailor Pasha returns to Odessa. It was his love for a girl named Lilly that made this handsome young man embark on such distant travels. Having asked for her hand in marriage, he worked long and hard only to make enough money to buy his own apartment. This was a condition he had to fulfill, imposed by Lilly's father - a man of wealth and standing in the city - otherwise, there would be no wedding.

Маэстро - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 48 minutes

Premier: 2016-10-10

Маэстро - Aram Khachaturian - Netflix

Aram Il'yich Khachaturian (; Russian: Ара́м Ильи́ч Хачатуря́н; Armenian: Արամ Խաչատրյան, Aram Xačatryan; pronounced [ɑˈɾɑm χɑt͡ʃʰɑt(ə)ɾˈjɑn]; 6 June [O.S. 24 May] 1903 – 1 May 1978) was a Soviet Armenian composer and conductor. He is considered to have been one of the leading Soviet composers. Born and raised in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, Khachaturian moved to Moscow in 1921 following the Sovietization of the Caucasus. Without prior music training, he enrolled in the Gnessin Musical Institute, subsequently studying at the Moscow Conservatory in the class of Nikolai Myaskovsky, among others. His first major work, the Piano Concerto (1936), popularized his name within and outside the Soviet Union. It was followed by the Violin Concerto (1940) and the Cello Concerto (1946). His other significant compositions include the Masquerade Suite (1941), the Anthem of the Armenian SSR (1944), three symphonies (1935, 1943, 1947), and around 25 film scores. Khachaturian is best known for his ballet music—Gayane (1942) and Spartacus (1954). His most popular piece, the “Sabre Dance” from Gayane, has been used extensively in popular culture and has been covered by a number of musicians worldwide. His style is “characterized by colorful harmonies, captivating rhythms, virtuosity, improvisations, and sensuous melodies”. During most of his career, Khachaturian was approved by the Soviet government and held several high posts in the Union of Soviet Composers from the late 1930s, although he joined the Communist Party only in 1943. Along with Sergei Prokofiev and Dmitri Shostakovich, he was officially denounced as a “formalist”, and his music dubbed “anti-people” in 1948, but was restored later that year. After 1950 he taught at the Gnessin Institute and the Moscow Conservatory, and turned to conducting. He traveled to Europe, Latin America and the United States with concerts of his own works. In 1957 Khachaturian became the Secretary of the Union of Soviet Composers, a position he held until his death. Khachaturian, who created the first Armenian ballet music, symphony, concerto, and film score, is considered the most renowned Armenian composer of the 20th century. While following the established musical traditions of Russia, he broadly used Armenian and, to lesser extent, Caucasian, Eastern and Central European, and Middle Eastern peoples' folk music in his works. He is highly regarded in Armenia, where he is considered a “national treasure”.

Маэстро - In Armenia - Netflix

Khachaturian was the most renowned Armenian composer of the 20th century, and the most famous representative of Soviet Armenian culture. He has been described as “by far the most important Armenian composer”, the “Armenian Tchaikovsky”, and deemed a key figure in 20th-century Armenian culture. He remains the only Armenian composer to rise to international significance. Khachaturian is highly regarded in Armenia and considered a national treasure. Khachaturian is embraced and celebrated by the Armenian people “as a famous son who earned world-wide recognition”. Şahan Arzruni has described Khachaturian as “the musical ambassador of Armenian culture”. David Marshall Lang noted in his 1970 book on Armenia that “For making Armenia's popular musical heritage known all over the world, his homeland pays him well deserved acclaim.” He had a great influence on the development of Armenian music in the 20th century. “Naturally, he immediately became an example for young national composers and a hero in Armenia,” suggests Maya Pritsker. Khachaturian's influence can be traced in nearly all trends of Armenian classical music traditions (symphonic and chamber), including on Arno Babajanian, a significant Armenian composer of the late Soviet period. His unique symphonic interpretation has influenced Edvard Mirzoyan, Konstantin Orbelyan and others. Khachaturian is credited for bringing Armenian music worldwide recognition. Poet Hamo Sahyan said about Khachaturian: “He became the big denial of our myth of smallness, [he] became the symbol of measuring our small people with the great ones... [He] became our certificate of civilization.”

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Сельский учитель - Netflix

Сельский учитель - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 51 minutes

Premier: 2015-05-18

Сельский учитель - Ivan Pervushin - Netflix

Ivan Mikheevich Pervushin (Russian: Иван Михеевич Первушин, sometimes transliterated as Pervusin or Pervouchine) (15 January 1827—17 June 1900) was a Russian clergyman and mathematician of the second half of the 19th century, known for his achievements in number theory. He discovered the ninth perfect number and its odd prime factor, the ninth Mersenne prime. Also, he proved that two Fermat numbers, the 12th and 23rd, were composite. A contemporary of Pervushin's, writer A. D. Nosilov, wrote: “... this is the modest unknown worker of science ... All of his spacious study is filled up with the different mathematical books, ... here are the books of famous mathematicians: Chebyshev, Legendre, Riemann; not including all modern mathematical publications, which were sent to him by Russian and foreign scientific and mathematical societies. It seemed I was not in a study of the village priest, but in a study of an old mathematics professor ... Besides being a mathematician, he is also a statistician, a meteorologist, and a correspondent”.

Сельский учитель - Number theory - Netflix

2                      127                          −        1              {\displaystyle 2^{127}-1}   and                               2                      126                          (                  2                      127                          −        1        )              {\displaystyle 2^{126}(2^{127}-1)}  , proved prime and perfect by Édouard Lucas seven years earlier. They remained the second largest until 1911, when Ralph Ernest Powers proved that                               2                      89                          −        1              {\displaystyle 2^{89}-1}   is prime and                               2                      88                          (                  2                      89                          −        1        )              {\displaystyle 2^{88}(2^{89}-1)}   is perfect.

Pervushin was a contributor to the International World Congress of Mathematicians of 1893, a part of the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago that became a precursor to the later International Congresses of Mathematicians. However, he did not attend.

2                      61                          −        1        =        2305843009213693951              {\displaystyle 2^{61}-1=2305843009213693951}  

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Веселая карусель - Netflix

Веселая карусель - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 10 minutes

Premier: 1969-05-11

Веселая карусель - Well, Just You Wait! - Netflix

Well, Just You Wait! (Russian: Ну, погоди!, tr. Nu, pogodi!, IPA: [ˈnu pəɡɐˈdʲi]) is a Soviet/Russian animated series produced by Soyuzmultfilm. The series debuted in 1969 and became popular in the Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc countries. The latest episode was produced in 2006. The series follows the comical adventures of a mischievous yet artistic Wolf (Волк), trying to catch — and presumably eat Hare (Заяц). It features additional characters that usually either help the hare or interfere with the Wolf's plans. The original film language is Russian, but very little speech is used, usually interjections or at most several sentences per episode. The series' most common line is the titular “Nu, pogodi!”, recited by the wolf when his plans fail. It also includes many grunts, laughs, and songs.

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Второе восстание Спартака - Netflix

Второе восстание Спартака - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2013-02-09

Второе восстание Спартака - Tatyana Arntgolts - Netflix

Tatyana Albertovna Arntgolts (Russian: Татья́на Альбе́ртовна Арнтго́льц; born 18 March 1982) is a Russian theater and film actress.

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25-й час - Netflix

One day Anna Gromova, a journalist working on the "24 Hours" newspaper, saves the life of the grandson of a mysterious clockmaker. As a reward and a sign of his gratitude, the young man gives her an antique clock that possesses an extraordinary property - it can to take its owner back in time, to a recent past, thus providing an opportunity to change the course of events before they happen. However, the heroine cannot control the movements of time. But when people's lives are in danger, the clock takes Anna farther back, to a time which allows her to avert a looming disaster.

25-й час - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 51 minutes

Premier: 2016-10-17

25-й час - List of people who died in traffic collisions - Netflix

This is a list of notable people who have been killed in traffic collisions. This list does not include those who were killed competing on closed road events whether in motorsport or in competitive cycling events. Passengers of a vehicle are indicated in parentheses on the “mode of transport” field.

This list can be expanded with entries from the Talk page

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Кости - Netflix

Кости - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2016-01-11

Кости - Andrea (Bulgarian singer) - Netflix

Teodora Rumenova Andreeva (born January 23, 1987), best known by her stage name Andrea (Bulgarian: Андреа), is a Bulgarian pop-folk singer. She and the Romanian singer Costi Ionita performed together and released music as Sahara. In 2013, BBC and Payam Forghani described her as a “pop-folk superstar”.

Кости - Biography - Netflix

Andreeva was born in Sofia. She took music lessons at an early age from her aunt who was an opera singer in the Vraca Opera. During her teenage years she entered and won several beauty pageants (Miss Sofia, Miss Tourism Bulgaria). After graduating high school, she signed with Bulgarian record label Payner Music. In 2008, Andrea met Costi Ionita and together they produced the track “Само Мой”. During the next year, they created the duo Sahara Their next hit song Tyalee was released in 2009 and featured the artist Lenox Brown. The song was released worldwide and known abroad by the name “Tyalee”, Избирам Теб in Bulgaria. The English version of the song was produced by Cat Music and soon after Serdar Ortac made a Turkish version with the band Sahara. Sahara released another single called “Bellezza” with Buppy and Geo deSilva. “Bellezza” (Моята Порода) was released in Romania, Bulgaria, Italy and France. In 2010 Andrea released “Неблагодарен” and “Хайде опа”. Andrea and Costi then went to Miami to work on a new track, “I Wanna”, performed with Bob Sinclar and Shaggy. “I Wanna” was released in 2010 in over 50 countries. The next Sahara song was called “Mine” featuring American R&B singer Mario Winans. She was a TV show host for 3 months on UTV Romania. She followed up with the track “Champagne” featuring previous collaborator Shaggy. In May 2012, she joined the biggest music company in Romania, Roton Music, where she released a duet with Gabriel Davi “Only You” and a solo track “Hayati” produced by Adrian Sina (Akcent). Andrea appeared on the cover of the Italian fashion magazine Donna Salon International. In 2014 Andrea released her song with Alek Sandar “Peaceful Place”. CNN also mentioned Andrea's duet with Alek Sandar on Planeta TV Awards. Andrea has won over 30 awards like “Balkan Star” on “Beogradski Pobednik” in Belgrade, "European Performer of the Year on “Kralevski Festival” in Kralevo Serbia, “Balkan Star” on “Montefolk Awards” in Montenegro.

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Всё началось в Харбине - Netflix

Всё началось в Харбине - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 44 minutes

Premier: 2013-01-21

Всё началось в Харбине - Danila Kozlovsky - Netflix

Danila Valerievich Kozlovsky (Russian: Данила Валерьевич Козловский; born 3 May 1985) is a Russian actor and director.

Всё началось в Харбине - Soulless and breakthrough - Netflix

After Kozlovsky starred in the 2012 film Dukhless he became a household name in Russia. He played the lead role of Max Andreev, a young ambitious executive manager who begins to reevaluate his priorities in life and career. The film was a hit and grossed $13 million. He received the National Golden Eagle Award for Dukhless (2012, nomination “Best Cinema Actor”). The film was followed by a sequel in 2015, for which he won the Nika Award as best actor. Kozlovsky played the role of Yegor Dorin, in the 2012 film The Spy, based on the Boris Akunin novel. In 2013 he portrayed ice-hockey player Valeri Kharlamov in the sports drama Legend № 17. The film was a critical and box-office success, earning $29.5 million at the box-office. Danila starred in his first Hollywood film in 2014; he played Dimitri Belikov in the comedy-horror picture Vampire Academy. The year 2016 saw Kozlovsky star in five films — romantic comedy Status: Free, sci-fi action film Hardcore Henry, comedy film Friday, disaster film Flight Crew and historical action film Viking. Out of the aforementioned films, the most popular ones at the box-office were Flight Crew, earning $27 million, and Viking which grossed $34 million. He played count Vorontzov in the film Matilda (2017), which told the story of the romance between Emperor Nicholas II and ballerina Mathilde Kschessinska. The picture became controversial after State Duma deputy Natalia Poklonskaya led a campaign to ban the film on religious grounds. Also in 2017, it was announced that Kozlovsky will appear as Oleg of Novgorod in the sixth season of popular Canadian historical drama Vikings. In 2018 Kozlovsky played a supporting role in Dovlatov. The biographical picture about writer Sergei Dovlatov premiered at the 2018 Berlinale in competition. Danila Kozlovsky's directorial debut Coach was released in 2018.

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Второе дыхание - Netflix

Второе дыхание - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2014-05-12

Второе дыхание - Ekaterina Klimova - Netflix

Ekaterina Aleksandrovna Klimova (Russian: Екатери́на Алекса́ндровна Кли́мова, born January 24, 1978) is a Russian film, theater and TV actress, who started her career in 1999. In 2002, she received Viktor Rozov Award for the Best Actress Under Age 30. One of her notable roles is Dutchess Natalia Repnina in 2003 television series Poor Nastya.

Второе дыхание - Awards - Netflix

Viktor Rozov Award “Crystal Rose” (2000) - Best Actress Under Age 30 for the role of Desdemona in theatre play Otello Medal “For strengthening military cooperation” (Ministry of Defence - 2008) - for role in the film “Second Wind” Annual award “Couple of the Year”, nominated for “Harmony” (with Igor Petrenko, 2010)

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Профессионал - Netflix

Профессионал - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2014-11-13

Профессионал - Uzbek League Top Scorer - Netflix

In Uzbek football, Uzbek League Topscorer (Uzbek: Oʻzbekiston Professional Futbol Ligasi to'purari or Ўзбекистон профессионал футбол лигаси тўпурари) is an annual award by Uzbekistan Football Federation given to the top goalscorer at the end of the Uzbek League season, the top domestic league competition in club football in Uzbekistan, since its creation in 1992. Jafar Irismetov is the only player who won award 3 times and the goalscorer scored most per season with 45 goals in 2000 season. Brazilian forward Rivaldo became the first foreign player won Uzbek League Top Scorer award in 2009, scoring 20 goals.

Профессионал - List of topscorers - Netflix

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Сватики - Netflix

Сватики - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Russian

Status: Running

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2016-05-06

Сватики - Svaty - Netflix

Svaty (Russian: Сваты; Matchmakers) is a Ukrainian comedy series from the production company Kvartal-95. In total, six seasons were created and the musical “Novogodniye Svaty” (Russian: New Year Matchmakers). Also, a television program called “Svaty u pliti” (Russian: Matchmakers at the Stove), a series “Baiki Mityaya” (Russian: Tales of Mityaya) and a cartoon series “Svatiki” (Russian: Little Matchmakers) were created. Premiere screenings of the series aired on the TV channels: Russia-1 (Russia), Inter and 1+1 ICTV (Ukraine), Belarus-1 (Belarus). In July 2017, the shooting of Season 7 began. The series is banned for display on the territory of Ukraine from November 29, 2017. In connection with the ban, the shooting of the seventh season was suspended. 1 + 1 filed a lawsuit against the Ministry of Culture because of Svaty. The court suspended the ban. May 17, 2018 in the District Administrative Court of the city of Kiev held the first court session, which began consideration of the case of “Svaty”.

Сватики - Celebrity cameos - Netflix

Vladimir Turchinsky - cameo in the store (Svaty 1) Philipp Kirkorov - cameo, guest of honor of Massandra Winery (Svaty 4, series 13, Novogodniye Svaty) Alexandra Savelyeva - cameo, singer (Novogodniye Svaty) Sergey Lazarev - cameo, singer (Novogodniye Svaty) Asiya Ahat - cameo, musician (Novogodniye Svaty) Jeanna Friske - cameo, singer (Novogodniye Svaty) Gorod 312 - cameo, band (Novogodniye Svaty) Avraam Russo - cameo, singer (Novogodniye Svaty) Soso Pavliashvili - cameo, singer (Novogodniye Svaty) Potap - cameo, singer (Novogodniye Svaty) Anastasia Stotskaya - cameo, singer (Novogodniye Svaty) Yuri Askarov - cameo, the host of the program (Novogodniye Svaty) Ani Lorak - cameo, singer (Novogodniye Svaty) Sergey Zverev - cameo, singer (Novogodniye Svaty)

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Баллада о бомбере - Netflix

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Баллада о бомбере - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 52 minutes

Premier: 2011-04-25

Баллада о бомбере - Golden Eagle Award for Best Television Motion Picture (Russia) - Netflix

The Golden Eagle Award for Best Television Motion Picture (Russian: Золотой Орёл для лучший игровой телевизионный фильм) is one of twenty award categories presented annually by the National Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences of Russia. It is one of the Golden Eagle Awards, which were conceived by Nikita Mikhalkov as a counterweight to the annual Nika Awards given by the Russian Academy of Cinema Arts and Sciences. Each year the members of the academy choose three nominees from among television films (movies directly released to television), which have been popular in Russia since the 1950s because of their inexpensive production. The movies therefore typically have only Russian titles. The category excludes motion pictures and documentaries, which have their own categories. The first film to be awarded was Spetsnaz. The category was not awarded in 2004 and 2005. The name of the award was changed to Golden Eagle Award for Best Telefilm or Mini-Series (up to 10 series) in 2006, which merged mini-series, awarded in 2004 and 2005 in a separate category, with telefilms. Since then, the award has been won only by mini-series; no telefilms have received the prize. The most recent award in 2012 was made to Белая гвардия, which is based on Mikhail Bulgakov's The White Guard. Gleb Panfilov holds the record for the most wins, with 2; other people with multiple nominations are Andrey Malyokov (with one win and one nomination), Vladimir Bortko (ditto) and Yuri Moroz (with two nominations but no wins).

Баллада о бомбере - Nominations and awards - Netflix

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Рокировка - Netflix

Рокировка - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 52 minutes

Premier: 2004-03-15

Рокировка - Gennadi Poloka - Netflix

Gennadi Ivanovich Poloka (Russian: Генна́дий Ива́нович Поло́ка; 15 July 1930, Kuybyshev – 5 December 2014, Moscow) was a Soviet and Russian film director, screenwriter, producer and actor. People's Artist of Russia (1998). IV Class Order “For Merit to the Fatherland” (2011).

Рокировка - Education - Netflix

After the end of war Poloka tried to enter director's courses, but was rejected for being too young. From 1947 to 1951 he studied at the M.S. Schepkin Higher Theatre School (Institute), actor's lab. In 1957 he graduated from VGIK, finally becoming a film director.

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Всё к лучшему - Netflix

Всё к лучшему - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2016-02-21

Всё к лучшему - Children-404 - Netflix

Children-404 is Russian LGBTI online community on Facebook and on the social networking site VK. The establisher of the community is Lena Klimova, a journalist based in the city of Nizhny Tagil. She is the author of a series of articles on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) teenagers and she published in 2014 a book on the topic. In 2013, she set up an online community on Facebook and on the social networking site VK named Children-404, which provides a space for teenagers to discuss LGBTI issues and support each other.

Всё к лучшему - Inception - Netflix

Lena Klimova, a young journalist from Ekaterinburg, published a series of articles critical of the parliamentary bills against “propaganda of homosexuality”. Afterwards she received an e-mail from a 15-year-old girl who said that she was being bullied by her classmates and her parents because of her homosexuality. The girl wrote that had been on the verge of suicide, but Klimova’s article had made her change her mind. After that Klimova started to research the lives of LGBT adolescents in Russia, and created an online survey. Within under two weeks Klimova had received over a hundred e-mail responses, and that is what made her resolve to create an online support project for LGBT teens. The project consists of two parts: a private “closed” group on the Russian social network VK, whose purpose is to offer psychological assistance to LGBT teens, and in which they can share their problems and get help from adult participants; and open projects on Facebook and VK which publish letters from teens. The popular Spanish newspaper El Mundo wrote the following about the “Children-404” Project in an article entitled “How dangerous to be homosexual in Russia”, writes: "The photos show young faces whose eyes are concealed by placards with the inscription “Children-404”. In numerous letters teens shout “We exist!” in protest against widespread intolerance".

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Его любовь - Netflix

Его любовь - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 43 minutes

Premier: 2013-08-24

Его любовь - Monatik - Netflix

Dmytro Monatyk (Ukrainian: Дмитро “Діма” Монатік; born 1 April 1986 in Lutsk), professionally known as MONATIK, is a Ukrainian singer (primarily in the Russian language) songwriter, dancer, composer. He opened the first semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 on 9 May.

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Ундина - Netflix

Ундина-2 На гребне волны\ https://russia.tv/brand/show/brand_id/13207/

Ундина - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2003-08-25

Ундина - Alexei Lvov - Netflix

Alexei Fyodorovich Lvov (Russian: Алексей Фёдорович Львов) (June 5, 1799 in Reval–December 28, 1870 in Romainiai (now Kaunas)) was a Russian composer. He composed the imperial Russian national anthem Bozhe, tsarya khrani (also known as God Save the Tsar). He wrote the opera Undine in 1846. He was entombed in the Pažaislis Monastery, Kaunas (Lithuania).

Ундина - Musical Compositions - Netflix

Lvov’s musical output includes the following: the Russian Imperial Anthem «Боже, Царя храни» Religious works, e.g. «Иже херувимы» and «Вечери Твоея тайныя» (“Of Thy Mystical Supper”) Bianca and Gualtiero («Бианка и Гвальтьеро»), (opera), 1844 Undina («Ундина») (opera), 1847. The libretto, by Vladimir Alexandrovich Sollogub, was based on Vasily Zhukovsky's translation of Friedrich de la Motte Fouqué's Ondine. (The same libretto was later used by Tchaikovsky.) Lvov's Undina was performed in St Petersburg in 1848. the operettas «Русский мужичок» and Barbara («Варбара»). Concerto for Violin and Orchestra revised version of Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, for soloists, chorus and orchestra 24 Caprices for Violin (24 каприсами) Dramatic Fantasy for violin and cello (an idea which was given to him by Meyerbeer). (Драматической фантазией для скрипки и виолончели)

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Палач - Netflix

4 Шакал 2016-10-17 http://www.tvmaze.com/shows/21147/sakal\ 3 Паук/Гознак 2015-10-19 http://www.tvmaze.com/shows/7370/pauk\ 2 Палач 2015-01-11 http://www.tvmaze.com/shows/7571/palac\ 1 МосГаз 2012-10-29 http://www.tvmaze.com/shows/7592/mosgaz

Палач - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2015-01-11

Палач - Ukrainian–Soviet War - Netflix

The Ukrainian–Soviet War (Ukrainian: Українсько-радянська війна) is the term commonly used in post-Soviet Ukraine for the events taking place between 1917–21, nowadays regarded essentially as a war between the Ukrainian People's Republic and the Bolsheviks. The war ensued soon after the October Revolution when Lenin dispatched the Antonov's expeditionary group to Ukraine and Southern Russia. Soviet historical tradition viewed it as an occupation of Ukraine by military forces of Western and Central Europe, including the Polish Republic's military – the Bolshevik victory constituting Ukraine's liberation from these forces. Conversely, modern Ukrainian historians consider it a failed War of Independence by the Ukrainian People's Republic against the Russian Soviet Republic, ending with Ukraine falling under a Russian-Soviet occupation. Both historical interpretations tend to underplay the part of the anarcho-communist Nestor Makhno, who established the Free Territory and does not quite fit into either interpretation.

Палач - Aftermath - Netflix

The end of the war saw the incorporation of most of the territories of Ukraine into the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic which, on December 30, 1922, was one of the founding members of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). Parts of Western Ukraine fell into under the control of the Second Polish Republic, as laid out in the Peace of Riga. The UNR government, led by Symon Petlura, was forced into exile. For the next few years the Ukrainian nationalists would continue to try to wage a partisan guerrilla war on the Soviets. They were aided by Polish intelligence (see Prometheism); however they were not successful. The last active Ukrainian movements would be mostly eradicated during the Holodomor. Further, the relative lack of Polish support for the Ukrainian cause would cause a growing resentment on the part of the Ukrainian minority in Poland towards the Polish interwar state.

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Города - Netflix

Города - Netflix

Type: Variety

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2013-12-23

Города - Nizhny Novgorod - Netflix

Nizhny Novgorod (Russian: Ни́жний Но́вгород, IPA: [ˈnʲiʐnʲɪj ˈnovɡərət]), colloquially shortened to Nizhny, is a city in Russia and the administrative center (capital) of Volga Federal District and Nizhny Novgorod Oblast. From 1932 to 1990, it was known as Gorky (Го́рький, IPA: [ˈɡorʲkʲɪj]), after the writer Maxim Gorky, who was born there. The city is an important economic, transportation, scientific, educational and cultural center in Russia and the vast Volga-Vyatka economic region, and is the main center of river tourism in Russia. In the historic part of the city there is a large number of universities, theaters, museums and churches. Nizhny Novgorod is located about 400 km (250 mi) east of Moscow, where the Oka River empties into the Volga. Population: 1,250,619 (2010 Census); 1,311,252 (2002 Census); 1,438,133 (1989 Census). The city was founded in 4 February 1221 by Prince Yuri II of Vladimir. In 1612 Kuzma Minin and Prince Dmitry Pozharsky organized an army for the liberation of Moscow from the Poles. In 1817 Nizhny Novgorod became a great trade center of the Russian Empire. In 1896 at a fair, an All-Russia Exhibition was organized. During the Soviet period, the city turned into an important industrial center. In particular, the Gorky Automobile Plant was constructed in this period. Then the city was given the nickname “Russian Detroit”. During World War II, Gorky became the biggest provider of military equipment to the Eastern Front. Due to this, the Luftwaffe constantly bombed the city from the air. The majority of the German bombs fell in the area of the Gorky Automobile Plant. Although almost all the production sites of the plant were completely destroyed, the citizens of Gorky reconstructed the factory after 100 days. After the war, Gorky became a “closed city” and remained one until after the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1990. At that time, the city was renamed Nizhny Novgorod once again. In 1985, the Nizhny Novgorod Metro was opened. In 2016, Vladimir Putin opened the new 70th Anniversary of Victory Plant which is part of the Almaz-Antey Air and Space Defence Corporation. The Kremlin – the main center of the city – contains the main government agencies of the city and the Volga Federal District. The demonym for a Nizhny Novgorod resident is “нижегородец” (nizhegorodets) for male or “нижегородка” (nizhegorodka) for female, rendered in English as Nizhegorodian. Novgorodian is inappropriate; it refers to a resident of Veliky Novgorod, in northwestern Russia.

Города - Nizhny Novgorod Stadium - Netflix

Standing on a spit of the Volga and Oka Rivers in the city center is the international-class Nizhny Novgorod Stadium. This arena will host six games of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. After the World Cup, the stadium will serve as a multipurpose sports complex.

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Сердца за любовь - Netflix

Looking for love? Constantly hang out on dating sites hoping to find that one and only, with whom you live in love and harmony for life? Let's face it honestly: this method is not so reliable. In fact for a photo, suspiciously reminiscent of Ryan Gosling, and the phrase "I love to write poetry and to walk under the moon" can easily hide closed gamer, on a first date with which you will be doing just that to discuss his fight with fire-breathing dragon. Admit it, it is unlikely that pastime, of which you dreamed of? To help you avoid this dirty trick, and not get into the "pig in a poke" CTC Love launches show "Heart of Love" - auction, the main "item" is - the guy dreams! And he will get the girl, who will offer him the maximum number of points. We feel the fight will be hot! See the show "Heart of Love" soon on channel CTC Love and online ctclove.ru online and for free!

Сердца за любовь - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: Russian

Status: Running

Runtime: 24 minutes

Premier: 2016-11-07

Сердца за любовь - Russia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest - Netflix

Russia first competed in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2005. Their first win came in 2006, when the Tomachevy Twins won for Russia with “Vesenniy Jazz”. Their second win came in 2017, when Polina Bogusevich won for Russia with “Wings”. RTR has represented Russia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The broadcaster has selected Ekaterina Ryabova to represent Russia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Kiev with the song “Malenkiy prints”. Ekaterina Ryabova represented Russia once again in 2011 with the song “Kak Romeo i Dzhulyetta”. She was also the first returning artist in the history of the Junior Eurovision.

Сердца за любовь - Commentators and spokespersons - Netflix

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Васильки - Netflix

Васильки - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2013-04-20

Васильки - Iolanta - Netflix

Iolanta, Op. 69, (Russian: Иоланта) is a lyric opera in one act by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. It was the last opera he composed. The libretto was written by the composer's brother Modest Tchaikovsky, and is based on the Danish play Kong Renés Datter (King René's Daughter) by Henrik Hertz, a romanticised account of the life of Yolande de Bar. In the original Danish play, the spelling of the princess's name was “Iolanthe”, later adopted for the otherwise unrelated Gilbert and Sullivan operetta of that name. The play was translated by Fyodor Miller and adapted by Vladimir Zotov. The opera received its premiere on 18 December 1892 in Saint Petersburg.

Васильки - Instrumentation - Netflix

The instrumentation requires the following forces: Strings: violins I, violins II, violas, cellos, and double basses Woodwinds: piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, Cor Anglais, 2 clarinets (B-flat & A), 2 bassoons Brass: 4 horns (all in F), 2 trumpets (B-flat, A), 3 trombones, tuba Percussion: timpani Other: 2 harps

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Деньги - Netflix

Деньги - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 47 minutes

Premier: 2016-04-25

Деньги - Yekaterinburg - Netflix

Yekaterinburg (Russian: Екатеринбу́рг, IPA: [jɪkətʲɪrʲɪnˈburk]), alternatively romanized Ekaterinburg, is the fourth-largest city in Russia and the administrative centre of Sverdlovsk Oblast, located on the Iset River east of the Ural Mountains, in the middle of the Eurasian continent, at the boundary between Asia and Europe. It is the main cultural and industrial center of the oblast. In 2017, it had an estimated population of 1,488,791. Yekaterinburg has been dubbed the “third capital of Russia”, as it is ranked third by the size of economy, culture, transportation and tourism. Yekaterinburg was founded on 18 November 1723, named after Russian emperor Peter the Great's wife, Yekaterina, who later became Catherine I after Peter's death, serving as the mining capital of the Russian Empire as well as a strategic connection between Europe and Asia at the time. In 1781, Catherine the Great gave Yekaterinburg the status of a district town of Perm Province, and built the main road of the Empire, the Siberian Route, through the city. Yekaterinburg became a key city to Siberia, which had rich resources, and was known as the “window to Asia”, a reference to Saint Petersburg as a “window to Europe”. In the late 19th century, Yekaterinburg became one of the centers of revolutionary movements in the Urals. In 1924, after Russia became a socialist state, the city was named Sverdlovsk (Russian: Свердло́вск) after the Bolshevik leader Yakov Sverdlov. During the Soviet Era, Sverdlovsk was turned into an industrial and administrative powerhouse that played a part in the Soviet Union's economy. In 1991, after the fall of the Soviet Union, the city changed its name back to its historical name of Yekaterinburg. Yekaterinburg is one of the most important economic centers in Russia, and the city had experienced economic and population growth recently. Some of the tallest buildings in Russia are located in the city.

Деньги - Urban - Netflix

The Charter of Yekaterinburg establishes a four-link system for the organization of local authorities, which includes: the Head of Yekaterinburg, who serves as the chairman of the Yekaterinburg City Duma, the Yekaterinburg City Duma, the Administration of the City of Yekaterinburg, and the Chamber of Accounts. According to the charter of Yekaterinburg, the highest official of the municipal formation is the head of Yekaterinburg. The head is elected by universal suffrage, but since April 3, 2018, the procedure for direct elections of the Head of the City of Yekaterinburg was abolished. The position is held by Yevgeny Roizman since September 14, 2013. The head of the city is endowed with representative powers and powers to organize activities and guide the activities of the City Duma. In addition, the head of the city exercises other powers: he concludes a contract with the head of the city administration, ensures compliance with the Russian Constitution, Russian legislation, the city charter, and other normative acts. In the event of a temporary absence of the head of Yekaterinburg, his authority under his written order is exercised by the deputy head of Yekaterinburg. The representative body of the municipal formation is the Yekaterinburg City Duma, which represents the entire population of the city. The membership of the Duma is 36 deputies (18 deputies were elected in single-mandate constituencies and 18 in a single electoral district). Deputies are elected by residents of the city on the basis of universal suffrage for a period of 5 years. The executive and administrative body of the municipal formation is the Administration of the City of Yekaterinburg, led by the head of the Administration, currently held by Aleksandr Yacob. The administration is endowed with its own powers to resolve issues of local importance, but it is under the control and accountable to the Yekaterinburg City Duma. The building of the Administration of Yekaterinburg is located on 1905 Square. The Chamber of Accounts is a permanently operating body of external municipal financial control. The Chamber is formed by the apparatus of the City Duma and is accountable to it. The Chamber consists of the chairman, deputy chairman, auditors and staff. The structure and number of staff of the chamber, including the number of auditors, is determined by the decision of the City Duma. The term of office of the Chamber staff is 5 years. The Chamber of Accounts is a legal entity.

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Один в один! - Netflix

"Odin v odin!" (One to one) is an Russian talent show based on the Spanish series Your Face Sounds Familiar. The show began airing on 3 March 2013 on Channel One Russia and its first season ended on 26 May 2013. http://www.1tv.ru/sprojects/si=5895

The second season had been airing from 2 March 2014 to 15 June 2014 on Rossiya-1 Channel. http://russia.tv/brand/show/brand_id/58992/\ The third season has aired since 8 February 2015. The show involves celebrities (actors, television personalities, comedians) portraying various iconic singers each week. The show challenges celebrities to perform as different iconic music artists every week, which are chosen by the show's "Randomiser". They are then judged by a panel of celebrity judges. Each celebrity becomes transformed into a different singer each week, and performs an iconic song and dance routine well known by that particular singer. The 'randomiser' can choose any older or younger artist available in the machine, or even a singer of the opposite sex, or a deceased singer.

The contestants receive points from the judges based on their singing and dance routines, as well as voted from the other competitors. Every judge scales the competitors from 2 to 12 (excluding 11, so called Eurovision System), with each competitor in a different position of the scale. The competitor every judge considers as the best of the week will be in the position with 12 points, while the worst will be in the position with 2 points. Then, the contestants count with 5 points to give to their fellow competitor. The total score of each contestant is then counted by summing the points from judges and the others competitors' votes.

Один в один! - Netflix

Type: Variety

Languages: Russian

Status: Running

Runtime: 120 minutes

Premier: 2013-03-03

Один в один! - Russian boxing - Netflix

Russian boxing (Russian - Кулачный бой Kulachniy Boy “fist fighting, pugilism”) is the traditional bare-knuckle boxing of Russia.

Один в один! - History - Netflix

The earliest accounts concerning the sport date to the 13th century. Supposedly, fist fighting was practiced even prior to the Christianization of Kievan Rus', at celebrations dedicated to Perun. Metropolite Kiril, in 1274, created another one of many personally-instituted rules, declaring expulsion from Christianity for any of those who fist-fight and do not sing a prayer or hymn at the burial of someone who died during a fist fight. The government itself never supported, but also never opposed fist fighting. Russian boyars used the sport as mass entertainment, and acquired the best fighters for competitions. The fights most often took place in holiday times and in crowded places. In winter it took place on ice. First the young children fought, then every pair was more grown up than the previous, ending with the last and most notable fist fighters. In two orders released in 1684 and 1686 fist fighting was forbidden, but the sport continued to live. All regions had their heroes at the sport, but the region with the most famous ones historically is Tula. There are documents saying Peter the Great liked to organize fist fights “in order to show the ability of the Russian people”. In 1751, a mass fist fight took place on a street in Saint Petersburg, which came to the attention of Empress Elizabeth of Russia. After that the Empress forbade the organization of fist fights on the territory of Moscow and Saint Petersburg. During the reign of Catherine the Great, the popularity of fist fighting was growing again, and it is said that Count Orlov was a good fist fighter himself and even invited notable fist fighters to compare powers. In 1832, Nicholas I of Russia completely forbade fist fights as “harmful fun”.

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Метод - Netflix

The series centers on Rodion Meglin, a detective of the Russian Police who also leads a secret life as a vigilante, hunting down criminals who have slipped through the cracks of the justice system.

Метод - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Running

Runtime: 52 minutes

Premier: 2015-10-18

Метод - Azerbaijan - Netflix

Azerbaijan ( AZ-ər-by-JAHN; Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan [ɑːzæɾbɑjˈd͡ʒɑn]), officially the Republic of Azerbaijan (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan Respublikası [ɑːzæɾbɑjˈd͡ʒɑn ɾespublikɑˈsɯ]), is a country in the South Caucasus region of Eurasia at the crossroads of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. It is bounded by the Caspian Sea to the east, Russia to the north, Georgia to the northwest, Armenia to the west and Iran to the south. The exclave of Nakhchivan is bound by Armenia to the north and east, Iran to the south and west, and has an 11 km long border with Turkey in the north west. The Azerbaijan Democratic Republic proclaimed its independence in 1918 and became the first democratic state in the Muslim-oriented world. The country was incorporated into the Soviet Union in 1920 as the Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic. The modern Republic of Azerbaijan proclaimed its independence on 30 August 1991, prior to the official dissolution of the USSR in December 1991. In September 1991, the Armenian majority of the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region seceded to form the Republic of Artsakh. The region and seven adjacent districts outside it became de facto independent with the end of the Nagorno-Karabakh War in 1994. These regions are internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan pending a solution to the status of the Nagorno-Karabakh, found through negotiations facilitated by the OSCE. Azerbaijan is a unitary semi-presidential republic. The country is a member state of the Council of Europe, the OSCE and the NATO Partnership for Peace (PfP) program. It is one of six independent Turkic states, an active member of the Turkic Council and the TÜRKSOY community. Azerbaijan has diplomatic relations with 158 countries and holds membership in 38 international organizations. It is one of the founding members of GUAM, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. A member of the United Nations since 1992 after its independence, Azerbaijan was elected to membership in the newly established Human Rights Council by the United Nations General Assembly on 9 May 2006. Its term of office began on 19 June 2006. Azerbaijan is also a member state of the Non-Aligned Movement, holds observer status in World Trade Organization, and is a correspondent at the International Telecommunication Union. The Constitution of Azerbaijan does not declare an official religion and all major political forces in the country are secularist. However, the majority of the population are of Muslim background. More than 89% of the population is Shia. Most Azerbaijanis, however, do not actively practice any religion, with 53% stating religion has little to no importance in their lives, according to Pew Research Center and Gallup polls. Alcohol and non-Islamic places are also permitted. Azerbaijan has a high level of human development which ranks on par with most Eastern European countries. It has a high rate of economic development and literacy, as well as a low rate of unemployment. However, the ruling party, the New Azerbaijan Party, has been accused of authoritarianism and human rights abuses.

Метод - Cuisine - Netflix

The traditional cuisine is famous for an abundance of vegetables and greens used seasonally in the dishes. Fresh herbs, including mint, cilantro (coriander), dill, basil, parsley, tarragon, leeks, chives, thyme, marjoram, green onion, and watercress, are very popular and often accompany main dishes on the table. Climatic diversity and fertility of the land are reflected in the national dishes, which are based on fish from the Caspian Sea, local meat (mainly mutton and beef), and an abundance of seasonal vegetables and greens. Saffron-rice plov is the flagship food in Azerbaijan and black tea is the national beverage. Azerbaijanis often use traditional armudu (pear-shaped) glass as they have very strong tea culture. Popular traditional dishes include bozbash (lamb soup that exists in several regional varieties with the addition of different vegetables), qutab (fried turnover with a filling of greens or minced meat) and dushbara (sort of dumplings of dough filled with ground meat and flavor).

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Всё только начинается - Netflix

Всё только начинается - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2015-03-23

Всё только начинается - Oleg Kononov - Netflix

Oleg Georgiyevich Kononov (Russian: Олег Георгиевич Кононов, Belarusian: Алег Георгіевіч Конанаў, translit. Aleh Heorhijevič Konanaŭ, Aleh Heorhiyevich Konanaw, born 23 March 1966) is a Russian and Belarusian football coach and a former player. He is the manager of Arsenal Tula.

Всё только начинается - Krasnodar - Netflix

He took over the management of FC Krasnodar early in the 2013–14 Russian Premier League and led them to Europe for the first time in their history, finishing 5th in the league and qualifying for the 2014–15 UEFA Europa League. In 2014-15 season they defeated, among others, Real Sociedad in the Europa League qualifiers and advanced to the group stage. They did not qualify for the knockout phase. Midway through the 2014–15 Russian Premier League competition, they reached the 2nd spot in the standings. He resigned from his Krasnodar position on 13 September 2016.

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Прости - Netflix

Прости - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2016-09-24

Прости - Dnevniki - Netflix

Dnevniki (Russian: Дневники) is Russian pop rock band Korni's second album. The album “Dnevniki” is a solo records of each participant quartet.

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За живе! - Netflix

За живе! - Netflix

Type: Talk Show

Languages: Russian

Status: Running

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2015-04-20

За живе! - Hey, Slavs - Netflix

“Hey, Slavs” is a patriotic song dedicated to the Slavic peoples. Its lyrics were first written in 1834 under the title “Hey, Slovaks” (“Hej, Slováci”) by Samuel Tomášik and it has since served as the anthem of the Pan-Slavic movement, the Sokol physical education and political movement, the SFR Yugoslavia and as the anthem of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro. The song is also considered to be the unofficial second ethnic anthem of the Slovaks. Its melody is based on “Mazurek Dąbrowskiego”, which has also been the national anthem of Poland since 1926, but the Yugoslav variation has a slower tempo, is more accentuated, and does not repeat the last four lines as it repeats the last two lines.

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Красная королева - Netflix

Красная королева - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 48 minutes

Premier: 2015-10-05

Красная королева - Boris Klyuyev - Netflix

Boris Vladimirovich Klyuyev (Russian: Бори́с Влади́мирович Клю́ев; born July 13, 1944, Moscow, USSR) is a Soviet and Russian film and theater actor, teacher, professor. The actor of the Maly Theatre since 1969. People's Artist of Russia (2002).

Красная королева - Awards - Netflix

Order of Friendship (1999) Order of Honour (2008) TEFI (2012)

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Шерлок Холмс - Netflix

Шерлок Холмс - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 44 minutes

Premier: 2013-11-18

Шерлок Холмс - Elizaveta Boyarskaya - Netflix

Elizaveta Mikhailovna Boyarskaya (Russian: Елизаве́та Миха́йловна Боя́рская, born 20 December 1985 in Leningrad) is a Russian theater and film actress.

Шерлок Холмс - Career - Netflix

In 2001 she made her debut in the serial film “National Security Agent 3”, and in 2004 she acted in the German film Downfall. Her first major role in film was the role of Tanya in the film directed by Vasily Chiginsky “The First After God” (2005). Another significant role was of Vera in the film directed by Alla Surikova “You Will not Leave Me”, where Elizabeth acted together with her father, Mikhail Boyarsky. She received wide popularity with the 2006 film “Park of the Soviet Period” and Timur Bekmambetov's picture The Irony of Fate 2 (2007). It was planned that in the film The Return of the Musketeers, or The Treasures of Cardinal Mazarin Elizaveta Boyarskaya will play the role of daughter of d'Artagnan, but later this role was performed by Lyanka Gryu. Elizabeth refused this role, because at the same time she simultaneously starred in the film The Admiral and in the 12-episode film “I Will Return.” In addition, Elizaveta said she did not find the script by Yungvald-Khilkevich particularly impressive. In the movie The Admiral (2008), Boyarskaya played Anna Timiryova, the beloved of Admiral Alexander Kolchak. Then there were roles in the films “Do not Tell”, “Five Brides”, “Happy New Year, Moms!”, Sherlock Holmes, Status: Free, Anna Karenina: Vronsky's Story. Boyarskaya in 2012, voiced Baba Yaga in the cartoon Three heroes on the distant shores, and in 2016 she gave her voice to the wolf Bianca in the cartoon Sheep and Wolves.

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Реальные пацаны - Netflix

Realnye patsany can be described as humorous. The plot revolves around a workplace, buddies, and a TV show. The main genre is foreign. In terms of style, Realnye patsany is a sitcom. In approach, it is realistic. It is set, at least in part, in an urban environment. Realnye patsany is located in Russia. It takes place in contemporary times. Summary: A year ago, TNT broadcaster went on to a bold experiment, whereby a simple perm guy Nick has not got to jail. Severe punishment was replaced with a probationary period, but with one condition: to Nicholas clock operator the charge of TNT.

Реальные пацаны - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2010-11-08

Реальные пацаны - TNT (Russian TV channel) - Netflix

TNT (Means: Your New Television. Russian: ТНТ, Твоё Новое Телевидение, Tvoyo Novoye Televideniye, or Television of new Millennium (Russian: ТНТ, Телевидение нового тысячелетия, Televideniye Novogo Tisyachelyetiya)) is a Russian federal TV channel founded in 1997 and considered one of the five most popular TV channels in Russia. In the beginning of 2012, it reached more than 104 million people. The target audience is viewers 14 to 44 years old, but its core demo is 18 to 30. The channel focuses on entertainment, specializing mostly on TV shows and comedy series. Since 2001, it has been member of the Gazprom-Media Holding, the flagship TV channel of the sub-holding Gazprom-Media Entertainment TV, founded in 2015.

The TNT business model is a television network. Its main source of income is advertisements. The TV signal passes through a system of the TNT’s regional TV stations as well as to the company’s regional partners. Those, in turn, get part of the advertising time within the framework of the content provided by TNT. The TNT channel delivers its signal via a number of satellites in four different orbits that allow its 27 television stations and more than 350 subdivisions to receive it in the corresponding time zones. The TNT signal is then received and further redistributed by the local network stations broadcasting to most big cities as well as 5,900 smaller communities of the Russian Federation. TNT reserves 100% of authors’ rights to all original shows and owns two of the largest production companies in the country: Comedy Club Production and Good Story Media. It also has exclusive contracts with a number of leading Russian showrunners. Dom-2 Comedy Club Bitva extrasensov (The Battle of extrasensory) NNF (Inexplicable, yet a Fact) Interny (Interns) Univer Univer. Novaya obschaga Real Boys (Russia) Zaycev+1 DeFF4onki Since 2016, TNT-TeleNet JSC is directed by Artur Janibekyan, head of the sub-holding Gazprom-Media Entertainment TV.

Реальные пацаны - 2002–2005 - Netflix

Prior to the 2002–03 season, the TNT channel did not have any special policy; it was aimed at a wide range of viewers, broadcasting documentaries, cartoons, television series, etc. There were perspectives for the TNT to get re-profiled into a sports channel, with such a kind of concept the channel claimed to go on air within the broadcast of the 6th frequency channel in Moscow, but lost to the competition. In the fall of 2002, this idea was partially realized - a TNT-Sports program, created with the participation of “NTV Plus Sport”, was added to the broadcasting grid. At first, it was broadcast in the daytime, but in 2003, due to low ratings, its broadcast was shifted to the night block, and later on stopped. Not having the means to buy and produce blockbusters, TNT focused on new and cheaper broadcasting forms, and this approach proved itself reasonable: the TNT's audience soon increased significantly, from the initial 2.7% to 5.4% at the end of 2002. The rating breakthrough was primarily due to the including a notorious talk show “Okna” hosted by Dmitry Nagiyev into the grid, as well as adding to it several other programs launched with the participation of a new team of managers led by Roman Petrenko, the former CEO of the STS. On November 15 the “old-fashioned” TNT aired the last TV program called “Today’s day”, which show managed very rapidly to become the least popular and the least-rated though it used to be extremely popular before. In the end of 2002, the channel developed its new concept of “The TNT helps you!”. The TNT began to position itself as “a unique TV channel that does not only entertain but also assists you”, and since February 1, 2003 it has completely changed the topics of its shows as well as the entire broadcasting grid. One of the first programs created within the new concept was “Moscow: Instructions for the Proper Use”, which replaced “Today’s Day”. In general, the priority areas of the TNT were “reality shows” and a variety of alternative entertainment programs. The closed joint-stock company “TNT-Teleset” was transformed into an open one. With the direct participation of Roman Petrenko and Dmitry Troitsky, a number of low-rating and low-profitable projects were closed on the channel, and replaced by some original ones: “The Forbidden Zone”, “The Famine”, “Reparation School”, “The Taxi”, “The Child Robot” , “Big Brother”, “Dom”, “Dom-2”. Broadcasting of the “Dom-2” show became a “springboard” for the career of some popular TV hosts: Ksenia Sobchak, Kseniya Borodina and Olga Buzova: . Since September 1, 2003, the animated block “Nickelodeon on TNT” started going on air in the morning and in the daytime. Also in September, the TNT began broadcasting a comedy series “Sasha + Masha”, which has since then become one of the most rated products of the TNT channel. 5 seasons had been filmed, and the show continued until September 2005, after which it was broadcast once again. In April 2005, the staged talk show of Dmitry Nagiyev “Okna” stopped being aired, and the TNT started broadcasting instead an even more shocking program “Sex with Anfisa Chekhova”, which can be characterized as a “television erotic show”. Creating the program “Comedy Club” for the TNT turned out to be a very significant event. Actually, this was a television version of a stand-show, invented by several players of the KVN team “New Armenians” two years earlier: . The show “Comedy Club” for many years have become a symbol of the TNT promoting a whole galaxy of “resident”-standuppers on the TV screen, generating a fashion for the so-called “new kind of humor”.

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Барсы - Netflix

Барсы - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2015-05-15

Барсы - Kazakhstan Basketball Championship - Netflix

The Kazakhstan Basketball Championship (Russian: Чемпионата Казахстана по баскетболу) is the highest professional basketball league in Kazakhstan, it is organised by the National Basketball Federation Kazakhstan. Its official designation in full is: Basketball Championship of the Republic of Kazakhstan for men's teams (National league) (Russian: Чемпионата Республика Казахстан по баскетболу среди мужских команд (Национальной лиги)). Kazakhstan is a member of FIBA Asia, as the country lies partly in Asia, and Kazakhstan Championship sides have played in its competitions such as the FIBA Asia Champions Cup, however the country also partly lies in Europe, and the league's teams have participated in FIBA Europe competitions such as the FIBA EuroChallenge and the FIBA Europe Cup as well. The league's clubs therefore are also eligible to, and often do compete in, Eastern European regional leagues such as the Baltic League and the VTB United League, which also operates as the top-tier national domestic league for Russia. Barsy Atyrau are the champions as of the 2015–16 season, after winning their 2nd overall title that season.

Барсы - 2015–16 teams - Netflix

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Джинн - Netflix

Джинн - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 44 minutes

Premier: 2016-11-12

Джинн - Ergash Karimov - Netflix

Ergash Karimov (Uzbek: Ergash Karimov, Эргаш Каримов; Russian: Эргаш Каримов) (October 26, 1935 – August 4, 2009) was an Uzbek stage actor who received critical acclaim for his roles in theater, film, and television. Karimov is best known for his roles in the 1972 Uzbek sketch comedy Uchrashuv. Karimov was nicknamed the King of Uzbek Comedy during his long career in the Soviet Union. Scenes from some of his films during the 1970s are considered to be classics within Uzbek and Soviet comedy. Karimov received many honorary titles and awards, including the title People's Artist of the Uzbek SSR (1990) and the Order of People's Honor (1999).

Джинн - Life and work - Netflix

Ergash Karimovich Karimov was born on October 26, 1935. He graduated from the Tashkent Institute of Arts in 1958. That same year he started working at the Surkhandarya Theater. Later he worked as assistant director, director, and creative director at the Yoshlik TV Studio of the Uzbekistan Broadcasting Company. Karimov was married to actress Rozaxon Karimova. Karimov is best known for his roles in the 1972 Uzbek sketch comedy Uchrashuv. In one of the segments of the film, Karimov portrays a naive chemistry student who is not able to decipher the chemical formula for water. Karimov's character concludes that there are no atoms in water, as they could be used to create a bomb. Karimov is also known for his portrayal of a dishonest religious man in the highly acclaimed Uzbek adventure film Shum bola. Karimov remained largely unemployed after Uzbekistan became independent following the break-up of the Soviet Union. He lived in Tashkent with little income during the last few years of his life, according to Uzbek film director and producer Ali Hamroyev. Karimov died on August 4, 2009, at his home in Tashkent at the age of 73. He was no relation to Islam Karimov, the current President of Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan's state controlled media, which is heavily censored, did not report on Karimov's death.

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Тульский-Токарев - Netflix

Тульский-Токарев - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2010-03-01

Тульский-Токарев - Tula Arms Plant - Netflix

Tula Arms Plant (Russian: Тульский оружейный завод, translit. Tulsky Oruzheiny Zavod) is a Russian weapons manufacturer founded by Tsar Peter I of Russia in 1712 in Tula, Tula Oblast as Tula Arsenal. Throughout its history, it has produced weapons for the Russian state. Its name was changed from Tula Arsenal to Tula Arms Plant during the Soviet era.

Тульский-Токарев - See also - Netflix

KBP Instrument Design Bureau Wolf Ammunition Barnaul Cartridge Plant Red Army Standard Ammunition

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Карамель - Netflix

Карамель - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2011-11-07

Карамель - Alexander Lenkov - Netflix

Alexander Sergeyevich Lenkov (Russian: Алекса́ндр Серге́евич Ленько́в; 17 May 1943 – 21 April 2014) was a Soviet-Russian film, stage and voice actor. He is probably best known for his voice acting in animated films and dubbing the foreign movies to Russian. He is the Russian voice of Mundungus Fletcher in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 (2010). Alexander Lenkov was born in the town of Rasskazovo in Tambov Oblast, Russia, in 1943. His family soon moved to Moscow where he had lived ever since. In 1961–64 studied at the school-studio of Yuri Zavadsky at the Mossovet Theatre. Upon graduation Lenkov became an actor of the Mossovet Theatre. Lenkov was a character actor whose career spanned over five decades. He starred in over a hundred feature and television films and in over 60 theatre productions. Taught at Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (a.k.a VGIK) in 2004–2014. In 2001 he received two TEFIs for his work on television. Was awarded the Honored Artist of Russia in 1980 and the People's Artist of Russia in 1997.

He was married to his childhood sweetheart Elena from early 1960s until his death. The couple had a daughter Ekaterina (b. 1969) together. Lenkov died from a long illness on 21 April 2014 in Moscow, aged 70. He was buried at the Troyekurovskoye Cemetery in Moscow.

Карамель - Filmography - Netflix

1964 — Uninvented Story (Непридуманная история) as Felix Fonyakpv 1964 — Spring Troubles (Весенние хлопоты) as Radik 1964 — The Keys of Skies (Ключи от неба) — Semen Lagoda 1965 — Give me a complaints book (Дайте жалобную книгу) as Pavlik 1966 — Royal Regatta (Королевская регата) as Lyonya 1971 — Bat'ka (Батька) as Sashok 1972 — We Wait You, Boy (Ждём тебя, парень) as Petka 1973 — Break a Leg! (Ни пуха, ни пера) as Petr 1973 — Vasili Tyorkin (Василий Тёркин, TV) as Vasili Tyorkin 1974 — Teens in the Universe (Отроки во Вселенной) as Executor Robot 1974 — Unforgotten Song (Незабытая песня) as Kurchonok 1974—2013 — Yeralash (Ералаш, TV show) — different characters 1975 — '29 Spring (Весна двадцать девятого) as Maksim 1975 — Circus in the Circus as Alyosha 1976 — Secret, For All The World Only (По секрету всему свету) — Deniska's dad 1976 — Mark Twain Stories (Рассказы Марка Твена) as reporter 1976 — Soldier And Mother (Солдат и мать) as Soldier 1977 — Vacation, Which Did Not Take Place (Отпуск, который не состоялся) as Andrey Ukhtomski 1978 — Schedule For After Tomorrow (Расписание на послезавтра) as Igor Nikolaevich 1979 — Spring Olympic Games, Or Chorus Chief (Весенняя Олимпиада, или Начальник хора) as Ryzhkin 1980 — And Endless Battle... From The Alexander Blok Life (И вечный бой... Из жизни Александра Блока) 1980 — Extraordinary Circumstances (Чрезвычайные обстоятельства) as Sasha Kulagin 1981 — Ugly Elsa (Безобразная Эльза, TV) as Pertti Oras 1982 — Take Him Alive (Взять живым) as Ptitsyn 1982 — Whose You Are, Old Stuff? (Вы чьё, старичьё?) as Valerian 1983 — Black Magic And White Magic (Магия чёрная и белая) as Valentin Dmitrievich 1983 — Adventures of Petrov and Vasechkin, Usual and Incredible (Приключения Петрова и Васечкина, обыкновенные и невероятные) as Strange Yardman 1984 — Makar The Pathfinder (Макар-следопыт) as Timofei 1985 — Winter Cherry (Зимняя вишня) as Veniamin 1986 — Snow Queen Mystery (Тайна Снежной Королевы) as Snowman 1987 — Mysterious Inheritor (Загадочный наследник) as Gryaznov 1988 — Little Vera (Маленькая Вера) as Mikhail Petrovich 1988 — Island of Rusty General (Остров Ржавого генерала) as Robot Baba Yaga 1989 — There Are Dark Nights In The Sochi City (В городе Сочи тёмные ночи) as Lena's father 1989 — The Village of Stepanchikovo And Its Inhabitants (Село Степанчиково и его обитатели) as Yezhevikin 1989 — Cowberries In The Forest (Во бору брусника) as Kirill 1990 — Sanit Zone (Сэнит зон) — Zykin 1991 — Talking Monkey (Говорящая обезьяна) as Maryin 1991 — Funeral On Second Floor (Похороны на втором этаже) as Burry 1991 — Devil Incarnate (Исчадье ада) as Heinrich 1992 — Good Night (Доброй ночи) as Slavik 1992 — Spiderweb (Паутина) as Grisha 1992 — Tractor Drivers 2 (Трактористы 2) as Muscovite 1993 — No Tricks, Please! (Давайте без фокусов!) as Customer 1993 — Love Desire (Желание любви) as Guest 1993 — Silence Code (Кодекс Молчания 2) as Makarov 1993 — Idiot's Dreams (Мечты идиота) as Croupier 1993 — About Foma The Businessman (Про бизнесмена Фому) as Comrade Basurmanov 1994 — Winter Cherries 3 (Зимняя вишня 3) as Veniamin 1995 — Tram In Moscow (Трамвай в Москве) as tram technician 1995 — On the Corner, Near by Patriarch Ponds 2 (На углу, у Патриарших-2, TV series) as Arkady 1996 — Agape (Агапе) — Pasha 1996 — Return of Battleship (Возвращение броненосца) — episode 1996 — Pages of Theater Parody (Страницы театральной пародии) — Pierre d'Aurebour 1996 — Strawberries (Клубничка, TV series) as Belyanchikov 1998 — Prince Yuri Dolgorukiy (Князь Юрий Долгорукий) as Poacher 1998 — The Barber of Siberia (Сибирский цирюльник) as Scientist 1999 — Directory of Death (Директория смерти) as Astrologist 2000 — Turetski March (Марш Турецкого) as Spirin 2001 — Drakosha and Co. (Дракоша и компания) as Konovalov 2002 — Ha! (Ха!, TV series) 2002 — Provincialists (Провинциалы, TV series) as Director 2002 — Brigada (Бригада, TV series) 2002 — Bad Habit (Дурная привычка) as Surgeon 2002 — Alexander Pushkin (Александр Пушкин) 2003 — Dark Horse (Тёмная лошадка) as Adam Borisovich 2003 — Siberia Girl (Сибирочка) 2003 — There is an Idea (Есть идея) 2004 — That Queen of Spade (Эта пиковая дама, TV) as Marek 2004 — Reflections (Отражения) 2004 — Thieves and Prostitutes. Space Flight Is the Prize (Воры и проститутки. Приз — полёт в космос) 2004 — Hello, Dweeb! (Hello, Дохлый!) 2005 — The Check Kiss (Контрольный поцелуй) 2005 — War Man (Человек войны) as Urban 2006 — What Woman Wants (Чего хочет женщина) 2006 — The Pursuit of the Angel (Погоня за ангелом) as Homeless 2006 — Paparazza (Папараца) as Aleksey Alekseevich 2006 — Dad The Handyman (Папа На Все Руки, TV series) as Neighbour 2006 — Big Girls (Большие девочки) as Isaac Newton or Saveliy Piskunov 2006 — Happiness Rails (Рельсы счастья, TV series) as Old man 2008 — Yermolovs (Ермоловы, TV series) as Castle ward 2009 — The Book of Masters (Книга мастеров) as senior gem-cutter 2009 — Bullet is Fool 2 (Пуля-дура 2. Агент почти не виден) as Pavel Nikitich 2010 — Toys (Игрушки, TV series) as Leopold Dormidontov 2010 — Detective Samovarov (Сыщик Самоваров, TV series) as Yefim Moiseyevich 2010 — Flowers From Liza (Цветы от Лизы) as Khariton 2011 — Caramel (Карамель, TV series) as Lev Radkovich 2012 — Interns (Интерны, TV series) as Natan Kupitman 2012 — Da Girlz (Деффчонки, TV series) as Viktor Borisovich 2013 — Teacher In Law (Учитель в законе, TV series) as Grey-haired

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Гадкий утенок - Netflix

Гадкий утенок - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 43 minutes

Premier: 2011-03-26

Гадкий утенок - Igor Podgorskiy - Netflix

Igor Vladimirovich Podgorskiy (Russian: Игорь Владимирович Подгорский (September 4, 1922 – December 26, 1975) was one of The Greatest Soviet Animators, who worked in the “Golden Era” of Soviet animation. He contributed to more than one hundred cartoons. Many of these cartoons have become The International and The National Classics.

Гадкий утенок - Filmography - Netflix

1955—The Enchanted Boy(Заколдованный мальчик) 1956—The Ugly Duckling (Гадкий утёнок) 1957—The Snow Queen (Снежная королева) 1958—Gribok-teremok (Грибок-теремок) 1960—The Adventures of Buratino (Приключения Буратино) 1960—It Was I Who Drew the Little Man (Человечка нарисовал я) 1961—The Key (Ключ) 1970—Kanikuly Bonifatsiya (Каникулы Бонифация) 1970—Film, Film, Film (Фильм, Фильм, Фильм)

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Веселая карусель - Netflix

Веселая карусель - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 10 minutes

Premier: 1969-05-11

Веселая карусель - Well, Just You Wait! - Netflix

Well, Just You Wait! (Russian: Ну, погоди!, tr. Nu, pogodi!, IPA: [ˈnu pəɡɐˈdʲi]) is a Soviet/Russian animated series produced by Soyuzmultfilm. The series debuted in 1969 and became popular in the Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc countries. The latest episode was produced in 2006. The series follows the comical adventures of a mischievous yet artistic Wolf (Волк), trying to catch — and presumably eat Hare (Заяц). It features additional characters that usually either help the hare or interfere with the Wolf's plans. The original film language is Russian, but very little speech is used, usually interjections or at most several sentences per episode. The series' most common line is the titular “Nu, pogodi!”, recited by the wolf when his plans fail. It also includes many grunts, laughs, and songs.

Веселая карусель - Directors - Netflix

Vyacheslav Kotyonochkin − 1-18 Vladimir Tarasov − 17-18 Aleksey Kotyonochkin − 19-20

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Мой - Netflix

Мой - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2009-02-21

Мой - My Darling Clementine - Netflix

My Darling Clementine is a 1946 American Western film directed by John Ford and starring Henry Fonda as Wyatt Earp during the period leading up to the gunfight at the OK Corral. The ensemble cast also features Victor Mature (as Doc Holliday), Linda Darnell, Walter Brennan, Tim Holt, Cathy Downs and Ward Bond. The title of the movie is borrowed from the theme song “Oh My Darling, Clementine”, sung in parts over the opening and closing credits. The screenplay is based on the fictionalized biography Wyatt Earp: Frontier Marshal by Stuart Lake, as were two earlier movies, both named Frontier Marshal (released in 1934 and 1939, respectively). My Darling Clementine is regarded by many film critics as one of the best Westerns ever made.

Мой - Critical reception - Netflix

The film is generally regarded as one of the best Westerns made by John Ford and one of his best films overall. At the time of its release, Bosley Crowther lauded the film and wrote, “The eminent director, John Ford, is a man who has a way with a Western like nobody in the picture trade. Seven years ago his classic Stagecoach snuggled very close to fine art in this genre. And now, by George, he's almost matched it with My Darling Clementine ... But even with standard Western fiction—and that's what the script has enjoined—Mr. Ford can evoke fine sensations and curiously-captivating moods. From the moment that Wyatt and his brothers are discovered on the wide and dusty range, trailing a herd of cattle to a far-off promised land, a tone of pictorial authority is struck—and it is held. Every scene, every shot is the product of a keen and sensitive eye—an eye which has deep comprehension of the beauty of rugged people and a rugged world.” The Variety reviewer wrote, “Trademark of John Ford's direction is clearly stamped on the film with its shadowy lights, softly contrasted moods and measured pace, but a tendency is discernible towards stylization for the sake of stylization. At several points, the pic comes to a dead stop to let Ford go gunning for some arty effect”. The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported a 100% approval rating with an average rating of 8.9/10, based on 28 reviews. In 1991, the film was deemed “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” by the Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry; it was among the first 75 films entered into the registry. Fifty years after its release, Roger Ebert reviewed the film and included it in his list of The Great Movies. In 2004, Matt Bailey summarized its significance: “If there is one film that deserves every word of praise ever uttered or written about it, it is John Ford's My Darling Clementine. Perhaps the greatest film in a career full of great films, arguably the finest achievement in a rich and magnificent genre, and undoubtedly the best version of one of America's most enduring myths, the film is an undeniable and genuine classic.” In the British Film Institute's 2012 Sight & Sound polls, seven critics and five directors named it one of their 10 favorite films.

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Убить Сталина - Netflix

Autumn 1941. German hordes descended to Moscow. Here they are holding back the heroic efforts of Soviet soldiers and the early onset of cold winter. But the situation at the front is very heavy, barely managed to contain the enemy. The leadership of the Reich decides to strike a crushing blow and cunning - to kill Stalin. Perform the operation requested a special group of officers from the team "Abwehr" "Brandenburg-800", which helps deeply embedded in our army Nazi agent. Stand in the way of an enemy smart and brave officers of the MGB...

Убить Сталина - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2013-11-04

Убить Сталина - Ekaterina Vilkova - Netflix

Ekaterina Nikolaevna Vilkova (Russian: Екатери́на Никола́евна Вилко́ва; born 11 July 1984) is a Russian film and theater actress. She is an actress, known for Black Lightning (2009), Hipsters (2008) and The PyraMMMid (2011).

Убить Сталина - Personal life - Netflix

On 1 May 2011 she married Ilya Lyubimov a Russian actor. On 11 February 2012 she gave birth to a daughter, named Pavla. On 6 April 2014, she gave birth to a son named Peteux.

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Кандидат - Netflix

Кандидат - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 24 minutes

Premier: 2016-10-24

Кандидат - Doctor of Philosophy - Netflix

A Doctor of Philosophy (PhD or Ph.D.; Latin Philosophiae doctor) is the highest academic degree awarded by universities in most countries. PhDs are awarded for programs across the whole breadth of academic fields. The completion of a PhD is often a requirement for employment as a university professor, researcher, or scientist in many fields. Individuals who have earned a Doctor of Philosophy degree may, in most jurisdictions, use the title Doctor (often abbreviated “Dr”) or, in non-English speaking countries, variants such as “Dr. Phil.” with their name, and may use post-nominal letters such as “Ph.D.”, “PhD” (depending on the awarding institute). The requirements to earn a PhD degree vary considerably according to the country, institution, and time period, from entry-level research degrees to higher doctorates. During the studies that lead to the degree, the student is called a doctoral student or PhD student; a student who has completed all of their coursework and comprehensive examinations and is working on their thesis/dissertation is sometimes known as a doctoral candidate or PhD candidate (see: all but dissertation). A student attaining this level may be granted a Candidate of Philosophy degree at some institutions. A PhD candidate must submit a project, thesis or dissertation often consisting of a body of original academic research, which is in principle worthy of publication in a peer-reviewed journal. In many countries, a candidate must defend this work before a panel of expert examiners appointed by the university. Universities sometimes award other types of doctorate besides the PhD, such as the Doctor of Musical Arts (D.M.A.) for music performers and the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) for professional educators. In 2005 the European Universities Association defined the Salzburg Principles, ten basic principles for third-cycle degrees (doctorates) within the Bologna Process. These were followed in 2016 by the Florence Principles, seven basic principles for doctorates in the arts laid out by the European League of Institutes of the Arts, which have been endorsed by the European Association of Conservatoires, the International Association of Film and Television Schools, the International Association of Universities and Colleges of Art, Design and Media, and the Society for Artistic Research. In the context of the Doctor of Philosophy and other similarly titled degrees, the term “philosophy” does not refer to the field or academic discipline of philosophy, but is used in a broader sense in accordance with its original Greek meaning, which is “love of wisdom”. In most of Europe, all fields (history, philosophy, social sciences, mathematics, and natural philosophy/sciences) other than theology, law, and medicine (the so-called professional, vocational, or technical curriculum) were traditionally known as philosophy, and in Germany and elsewhere in Europe the basic faculty of liberal arts was known as the “faculty of philosophy”.

Кандидат - National variations - Netflix

In German-speaking nations; most Eastern European nations; successor states of the former Soviet Union; most parts of Africa, Asia, and many Spanish-speaking countries, the corresponding degree to a Doctor of Philosophy is simply called “Doctor” (Doktor), and the subject area is distinguished by a Latin suffix (e.g., “Dr. med.” for Doctor medicinae, Doctor of Medicine; “Dr. rer. nat.” for Doctor rerum naturalium, Doctor of the Natural Sciences; “Dr. phil.” for Doctor philosophiae, Doctor of Philosophy; “Dr. iur.” for Doctor iuris, Doctor of Laws).

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Опергруппа - Netflix

Опергруппа - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 46 minutes

Premier: 2009-04-27

Опергруппа - Andrei Belyanin - Netflix

Andrei Olegovich Belyanin (born 24 January 1967, Astrakhan) is a Russian science fiction and fantasy writer, who wrote at least 15 novels with many of then selling over 2 million copies. He is especially known for humour and parody in his fiction. Belyanin's novels are mostly ironical chrono-operas, where the pun is based on anachronisms. Belyanin is married. He had a son, Ivan, who was kidnapped in 2004 for sake of ransom. Although the kidnappers were arrested a few days after, Ivan Belyanin was found dead, as they killed him at the day of the kidnapping. The criminals, brothers Kirill and Ivan Kostylev, both were sentenced to prison.

Опергруппа - Novels - Netflix

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Карусель - Netflix

After working for six months in a military hospital in Chechnya, a surgeon Oleg Korneev going back home. Suddenly, he ordered off for a few days in Grozny. But to get to the destination Oleg fails: on the road, his car explodes. Having learned from his superiors that he was missing, his wife, Toma, decides to track him down.

Карусель - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2005-08-01

Карусель - Semyon Reznik - Netflix

'Semyon Reznik (Russ.Семён Ефимович Резник) (b. 1938 in Moscow) is a Russian writer, journalist, man of letters and historian, noted in particular for his study of the blood libel and the resurgence of Neonazism in Russia. He was the longtime editor of the important Soviet era biographical book series “Lives of Remarkable People” (“ЖЗЛ”) to which he also contributed several items as an author. He emigrated to the United States in 1982, where he became a radio personality and a writer for the Russian desk of the Voice of America. He is a member of the International PEN Club; member of the Union of Writers of Moscow. In 2016 he wrote an open letter to Aaron Sorkin in which he expressed his support for Donald Trump, called Sorkin “talkative underwit” and “shameless demagogue” and suggested that he leaves the United States, because “it will improve the environment”, “the air will become cleaner”.

Карусель - List of Publications - Netflix

Николай Вавилов. М., «Молодая гвардия» (серия ЖЗЛ), 1968. Мечников. М., «Молодая гвардия» (серия ЖЗЛ), 1973. Владимир Ковалевский. Трагедия нигилиста. «Молодая гвардия» (серия ЖЗЛ), 1978. Раскрывшаяся тайна бытия. Эволюция и эволюционисты. М., «Знание», 1976. Четвертое измерение мира. Moscow, «Знание», 1977. Завещание Гавриила Зайцева. Moscow, «Детская литература», 1981. Лицом к человеку. Подступы к биографии В.В. Парина. Moscow, «Знание», 1981. Дорога на эшафот. Paris-New York, «Третья волна», 1982. Хаим-да-Марья. Историко-документальная фантасмагория. Washington, «Вызов», 1986. Кровавая карусель. Две исторические повести. Washington, «Вызов», 1988. Кровавая карусель. Moscow, ПИК, 1991. Красное и Коричневое. Книга о советском нацизме. Washington, «Вызов», 1991. The Nazification of Russia. Washington, “Challenge Publication”, 1996. Растление ненавистью. Кровавый навет в России. Историко-документальные очерки о прошлом и настоящем. Moscow-Jerusalem, Даат/Знание, 2001. Вместе или врозь? Заметки на полях книги А.И. Солженицына “Двести лет вместе”. Moscow, «Захаров», 2003. «Выбранные места из переписки с друзьями. Часть 1». «Мосты» (Журнал литературы, искусства, науки и общественно-политической мысли), 2004 № 3, стр. 146-230.

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Воровка - Netflix

Воровка - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2001-09-03

Воровка - Alexander Herzen - Netflix

Aleksandr Ivanovich Herzen (also Aleksandr Ivanovič Gercen, Russian: Алекса́ндр Ива́нович Ге́рцен; April 6 [O.S. 25 March] 1812 – January 21 [O.S. 9 January] 1870) was a Russian writer and thinker known as the “father of Russian socialism” and one of the main fathers of agrarian populism (being an ideological ancestor of the Narodniki, Socialist-Revolutionaries, Trudoviks and the agrarian American Populist Party). With his writings, many composed while exiled in London, he attempted to influence the situation in Russia, contributing to a political climate that led to the emancipation of the serfs in 1861. He published the important social novel Who is to Blame? (1845–46). His autobiography, My Past and Thoughts (written 1852–1870), is often considered the best specimen of that genre in Russian literature.

Воровка - See also - Netflix

Malwida von Meysenbug Pluralism

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Адвокат - Netflix

Адвокат - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2004-04-26

Адвокат - Dick Advocaat - Netflix

Dirk Nicolaas Advocaat (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈdɪk ˌɑtfoːˈkaːt] ( listen); born 27 September 1947) is a Dutch former football player and manager. Advocaat was successful as a football player and as a coach, including two stints with the Netherlands national team. He has coached a number of clubs in the Netherlands and abroad (including the Russian club Zenit Saint Petersburg, with which he won the 2008 UEFA Cup Final), as well as the national teams of a number of countries, including South Korea, Belgium and Russia. His nickname is “The Little General”, a reference to his mentor.

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Снайперы: Любовь под прицелом - Netflix

Снайперы: Любовь под прицелом - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 49 minutes

Premier: 2012-05-01

Снайперы: Любовь под прицелом - Tatyana Arntgolts - Netflix

Tatyana Albertovna Arntgolts (Russian: Татья́на Альбе́ртовна Арнтго́льц; born 18 March 1982) is a Russian theater and film actress.

Снайперы: Любовь под прицелом - Career - Netflix

In 1999 Arntgolts made her acting debut in the youth drama series Prostiye istiny (The Simple Truth), in which she played student Katya Trofimova. In 2008 Arntgolts participated in the Channel One show Lednikoviy Period (Ice Age), where celebrities paired with professional figure skaters and each week competed by performing ice dancing routines. Her partner was Maxim Staviski.

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Всё смешалось в доме - Netflix

Всё смешалось в доме - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2006-10-31

Всё смешалось в доме - Karina Razumovskaya - Netflix

Karina Vladimirova Razumovskaya (Russian: Кари́на Влади́мировна Разумо́вская, born 9 March 1983) is a Russian theater and film actress).

Всё смешалось в доме - Biography - Netflix

Karina Razumovskaya was born in Leningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union (now Saint Petersburg, Russia) As a young girl in 1989, she made her debut in the film “Slowing Down in the Heavens”. When she finished school, she entered the Russian State Institute of Performing Arts after which, in 2004, began working at the Tovstonogov Bolshoi Drama Theater.

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Дубровский - Netflix

Дубровский - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2014-05-04

Дубровский - Vladimir G. Dubrovskii - Netflix

Vladimir G. Dubrovskii (Russian: Владимир Германович Дубровский; born in 1965) is the head of Laboratory of physics of nanostructures at St. Petersburg Academic University, a leading research scientist at Ioffe Institute, and a professor at St. Petersburg State University and ITMO University.

Дубровский - Publication record - Netflix

Dubrovskii has authored and co-authored more than 500 research papers in leading technical journals and conferences, with more than 200 journal papers indexed by WoS. His Hirsh-index is 35 (WoS).

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Masha and the Bear - Netflix

The aim of "Masha and the Bear" series is simple and urgent at the same time — the series tries to introduce eternal truths to a child in a clear and entertaining way, to present the world in its diversity and to reveal positive features of any situation. The series also tries to explain the logic of actions in various difficult situations and helps to struggle with your own weak points in an unobtrusive way.

Masha and the Bear - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Russian

Status: Running

Runtime: 7 minutes

Premier: 2009-05-01

Masha and the Bear - Nick Jr. (India) - Netflix

Nick Jr. India is a channel devoted to toddlers and a part of the Nickelodeon India franchise.

Masha and the Bear - Current shows - Netflix

Blaze and the Monster Machines Dora the Explorer Go, Diego, Go! Jalebi Street Masha and the Bear Masha's Tales Max & Ruby PAW Patrol Peppa Pig Rusty Rivets Shimmer and Shine

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Васильки - Netflix

Васильки - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2013-04-20

Васильки - Iolanta - Netflix

Iolanta, Op. 69, (Russian: Иоланта) is a lyric opera in one act by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. It was the last opera he composed. The libretto was written by the composer's brother Modest Tchaikovsky, and is based on the Danish play Kong Renés Datter (King René's Daughter) by Henrik Hertz, a romanticised account of the life of Yolande de Bar. In the original Danish play, the spelling of the princess's name was “Iolanthe”, later adopted for the otherwise unrelated Gilbert and Sullivan operetta of that name. The play was translated by Fyodor Miller and adapted by Vladimir Zotov. The opera received its premiere on 18 December 1892 in Saint Petersburg.

Васильки - Instrumentation - Netflix

The instrumentation requires the following forces: Strings: violins I, violins II, violas, cellos, and double basses Woodwinds: piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, Cor Anglais, 2 clarinets (B-flat & A), 2 bassoons Brass: 4 horns (all in F), 2 trumpets (B-flat, A), 3 trombones, tuba Percussion: timpani Other: 2 harps

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Марш Турецкого - Netflix

Марш Турецкого - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2000-10-15

Марш Турецкого - Andrey Kavun - Netflix

Andrey Kavun (Russian: Андрей Олегович Кавун) (Birth (1969-12-09)December 9, 1969) is a Russian film director and screenwriter of Ukrainian origin, notable for historical drama film Kandahar (Кандагар). In 1999 he graduated from the directing department of VGIK (workshop of Vladimir Khotinenko).

Марш Турецкого - Filmography - Netflix

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Подозрение - Netflix

Подозрение - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 44 minutes

Premier: 2015-02-06

Подозрение - Petar Poparsov - Netflix

Petar Pop-Arsov (Bulgarian: Петър Попарсов) (August 14, 1868 in Bogomila, present day Čaška Municipality, Republic of Macedonia – January 1, 1941 in Sofia, Bulgaria) was a Bulgarian revolutionary from Macedonia, one of the founders of “The Committee for Obtaining the Political Rights Given to Macedonia by the Congress of Berlin” from which, as Petar Poparsov says in his writings, later developed the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization (IMRO), known prior to 1902 as Bulgarian Macedonian-Adrianople Revolutionary Committees (BMARC). His last name is sometimes rendered 'Poparsov' or 'Pop Arsov'. Scholars consider him a Bulgarian while in the Republic of Macedonia he is regarded as an ethnic Macedonian.

Подозрение - Young Macedonian Literary Society - Netflix

In 1891 he is one of the founders of Young Macedonian Literary Society in Sofia and its magazine Loza (The Vine). The purpose of the society was twofold: the official one was primarily scholarly and literary. One of the purposes of the magazine of Young Macedonian Literary Society was to defend the idea the dialects from Macedonia to be more represented in Bulgarian literature language. The articles where historical, cultural and ethnographic. The authors of this magazine clearly considered them as Macedonian Bulgarians, but the Bulgarian government suspected them of the lack of loyalty and some separatism and the magazine was promptly banned by the Bulgarian authorities after several issues.

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Пропавшие без вести - Netflix

Пропавшие без вести - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 48 minutes

Premier: 2013-12-02

Пропавшие без вести - List of journalists killed in Russia - Netflix

The dangers to journalists in Russia have been well known since the early 1990s but concern over the number of unsolved killings soared after Anna Politkovskaya's murder in Moscow on 7 October 2006. While international monitors mentioned a dozen deaths, some sources within Russia talked of over two hundred fatalities. The evidence has since been examined and documented in two reports, published in Russian and English, by international organizations. These revealed a basic confusion in terminology that explained the seemingly enormous numerical discrepancy: statistics of premature death among journalists (from work accidents, crossfire incidents, and purely criminal or domestic cases of manslaughter) were repeatedly equated with the much smaller number of targeted (contract) killings or work-related murders. The Remembrance Day of Journalists Killed in the Line of Duty in Russia is observed on 15 December every year.

Пропавшие без вести - 2000–2002 - Netflix

2000 1 February – Vladimir Yatsina, a photocorrespondent with ITAR-TASS. On his first and only trip to Chechnya he was kidnapped and later killed (by a group of Wahhabis some suggest). Homicide [J]. 10 February – Ludmila Zamana, Samara. Homicide. Conviction [nJ]. 9 March – Artyom Borovik, Sovershenno sekretno periodical and publishing house, director and journalist. Sheremetyevo-1 Airport, Moscow. Incident not confirmed [?J]. 22 March – Luisa Arzhieva, correspondent for Istina mira newspaper (Moscow). Avtury, Chechnya. Crossfire [?J]. 17 April – Oleg Polukeyev, Homicide. 1 May – Boris Gashev, literary critic. Homicide. Conviction [nJ]. 13 May – Alexander Yefremov, Chechnya. A photojournalist with west Siberian newspaper Nashe Vremya, Yefremov died when militants blew up a military jeep in which he was travelling. On previous assignments, Yefremov won acclaim for his news photographs from the war-torn region. Crossfire [J]. 16 July – Igor Domnikov, from Novaya Gazeta, Moscow. Struck over the head with a hammer in the stairwell of his Moscow apartment building, Domnikov was in a coma for two months. His murderer was identified in 2003 and convicted in 2007. The men who ordered and organised the attack have been named by his paper but not charged. Homicide [J]. 26 July – Sergei Novikov, Radio Vesna, Smolensk. Shot in a contract killing in stairwell of his apartment building. Claimed that he often criticized the administration of Smolensk Region. Homicide [?J]. 21 September – Iskander Khatloni, Radio Free Europe, Moscow. A native of Tajikistan, Khatloni was killed at night in an axe attack on the street outside his Moscow apartment block. His assailant and the motive of the murder remain unknown. A RFE/RL spokeswoman said Khatloni worked on stories about the human-rights abuses in Chechnya. Homicide [nJ]. 3 October – Sergei Ivanov, Lada-TV, Togliatti. Shot five times in the head and chest in front of his apartment building. As director of largest independent television company in Togliatti, he was an important player on the local political scene. Homicide. Gang responsible on trial [nJ]. 18 October – Georgy Garibyan, journalist with Park TV (Rostov), murdered in Rostov-on-Don [nJ]. 20 October – Oleg Goryansky, freelance journalist, press & TV. Murdered in Cherepovets, Vologda Region. Conviction [nJ]. 21 October – Raif Ablyashev, photographer with Iskra newspaper. Kungur, Perm Region. Homicide [nJ]. 3 November – Sergei Loginov, Lada TV (Togliatti). Incident not confirmed [nJ]. 20 November – Pavel Asaulchenko, cameraman for Austrian TV, Moscow. Contract killing. Conviction of perpetrator [nJ]. 23 November – Adam Tepsurkayev, Reuters, Chechnya. A Chechen cameraman, he was shot at his neighbour's house in the village of Alkhan-Kala (aka Yermolovka). Tepsurkayev filmed most of Reuters' footage from Chechnya in 2000, including the Chechen rebel Shamil Basayev having his foot amputated. Homicide (war crime) [J]. 28 November – Nikolai Karmanov, retired journalist. Lyubim, Yaroslavl Region. Homicide [nJ]. 23 December – Valery Kondakov, freelance photographer. Killed in Armavir, Krasnodar Region [nJ]. 2001 1 February – Eduard Burmagin, Homicide. 24 February – Leonid Grigoryev, Homicide [nJ]. 8 March – Andrei Pivovarov, Homicide. 31 March – Oleg Dolgantsev, Homicide [nJ]. 17 May – Vladimir Kirsanov, chief editor. Kurgan, Urals Federal District. Homicide [J]. 2 June – Victor Popkov, Novaya gazeta contributore, died in Moscow Region hospital. Wounded in Chechnya two months earlier. Crossfire [J]. 11 September – Andrei Sheiko, Homicide [nJ]. 19 September – Eduard Markevich, 29, editor and publisher of local newspaper Novy Reft in Sverdlovsk Region. Shot in the back in a contract killing, homicide [J]. 5 November – Elina Voronova, Homicide [nJ]. 16 November – Oleg Vedenin, Homicide. 21 November – Alexander Babaikin, Homicide [nJ]. 1 December – Boris Mityurev, Homicide. 2002 18 January – Svetlana Makarenko, Homicide. 4 March – Konstantin Pogodin, Novoye Delo newspaper, Nizhni Novgorod. Homicide. 8 March – Natalya Skryl, Nashe Vremya newspaper, Taganrog. Homicide [?J]. 31 March – Valery Batuyev, Moscow News newspaper, Moscow. Homicide [nJ]. 1 April – Sergei Kalinovsky, Moskovskij Komsomolets local edition, Smolensk. Homicide [nJ]. 4 April – Vitaly Sakhn-Vald, photojournalist, Kursk. Homicide. Conviction [nJ]. 25 April – Leonid Shevchenko, Pervoye Chtenie newspaper, Volgograd. Homicide [nJ]. 29 April – Valery Ivanov, founder and chief editor of Tolyattinskoye Obozrenie newspaper, Samara Region. Contract killing [J]. 20 May – Alexander Plotnikov, Gostiny Dvor newspaper, Tyumen. Homicide. 6 June – Pavel Morozov, Homicide. 25 June – Oleg Sedinko, founder of Novaya Volna TV & Radio Company, Vladivostok. Contract killing, explosive in stairwell [nJ]. 20 July – Nikolai Razmolodin, general director of Europroject TV & Radio Company, Ulyanovsk. Homicide. 21 July – Maria Lisichkina Homicide [nJ]. 27 July – Sergei Zhabin, press service of the Moscow Region governor. Homicide [nJ]. 18 August – Nikolai Vasiliev, Cheboksary city, Chuvashia. Homicide. Conviction [nJ]. 25 August – Paavo Voutilainen, former chief editor of Karelia magazine, Karelia. Homicide [nJ]. 4 September – Leonid Kuznetsov, “Periodicals of Mari-El” publishing house, Yoshkar-Ola. Incident not confirmed [?J]. 20 September – Igor Salikov, head of information security at Moskovskij Komsomolets newspaper in Penza. Contract killing [nJ]. 26 September – Roderick (Roddy) Scott, Frontline TV Company, Great Britain. Crossfire [J]. 2 October – Yelena Popova, Homicide. Conviction [nJ]. 19 October – Leonid Plotnikov Homicide. Conviction [nJ]. 26 October – Tamara Voinova (Stavropol) and Maxim Mikhailov (Kaliningrad), Dubrovka theatre siege (“Nord Ost” show), Moscow. Terrorist Act [nJ]. 21 December – Dmitry Shalayev, Kazan, Tatarstan. Homicide. Conviction [nJ]. 2003–2005 2003 7 January – Vladimir Sukhomlin, Internet journalist and editor, Serbia.ru, Moscow. Homicide. Off-duty police convicted of his murder. Those behind the contract killing were not convicted[J]. 11 January – Yury Tishkov, sports commentator, Moscow. Contract killing [nJ]. 21 February – Sergei Verbitsky, publisher BNV newspaper. Chita. Homicide [nJ]. 18 April – Dmitry Shvets, TV-21 Northwestern Broadcasting, Murmansk. Deputy director of the independent TV-21 station (Northwestern Broadcasting), he was shot dead outside the TV offices. Shvets' colleagues said the station had received multiple threats for its reporting on influential local politicians. Contract killing [nJ]. 3 July – Yury Shchekochikhin, Novaya gazeta, Moscow. Deputy editor of Novaya gazeta and a Duma deputy since 1993. He died just a few days before his scheduled trip to United States to discuss the results of his journalist investigation with FBI officials. He investigated the Three Whales Corruption Scandal that allegedly involved high-ranking FSB officials. Shchekochikhin died from an acute allergic reaction. There has been much speculation about cause of his death. The investigation into his death has been opened and closed four times. Homicide [J]. 4 July – Ali Astamirov, France Presse. Went missing in Nazran [?J]. 18 July – Alikhan Guliyev, freelance TV journalist, from Ingushetia. Moscow. Homicide [nJ]. 10 August – Martin Kraus, Dagestan. On way to Chechnya. Homicide [nJ]. 9 October – Alexei Sidorov, Tolyatinskoye Obozreniye, Togliatti. Second editor-in-chief of this local newspaper to be murdered. Predecessor Valery Ivanov shot in April 2002. Homicide. Supposed killer acquitted [?J]. 24 October – Alexei Bakhtin, journalist and businessman, formerly Mariiskaya pravda. Mari El. Homicide [nJ]. 30 October – Yury Bugrov, editor of Provincial Telegraph. Balakovo, Saratov Region. Homicide. Conviction [nJ]. 25 December – Pyotr Babenko, editor of Liskinskaya gazeta. Liski, Voronezh Region. Homicide [nJ]. 2004 1 February – Yefim Sukhanov, ATK-Media, Archangelsk. Homicide. Conviction [nJ]. 23 March – Farit Urazbayev, cameraman, Vladivostok TV/Radio Company, Vladivostok. Incident not Confirmed [nJ]. 2 May – Shangysh Mongush, correspondent with Khemchiktin Syldyzy newspaper, Tuva. Homicide [?J]. 9 May – Adlan Khasanov, Reuters reporter, died in Grozny bomb attack that killed Chechen President Ahmed Kadyrov. Terrorist Act [J]. 9 June – Paul Klebnikov, chief editor of newly established Russian version of Forbes magazine, Moscow. Contract killing, alleged perpetrators put on trial and acquitted. Homicide [J]. 1 July – Maxim Maximov, journalist with Gorod newspaper, St Petersburg. Body not found. Homicide [J]. 10 July – Zoya Ivanova, TV presenter, Buryatia State Television & Radio Company, Ulan Ude, Buryatia. Homicide [nJ]. 17 July – Pail Peloyan, editor of Armyansky Pereulok magazine, Moscow. Homicide [nJ]. 3 August – Vladimir Naumov, nationalist reporter, Cossack author (Russky Vestnik, Zavtra), Moscow Region. Homicide [nJ]. 24 August – Svetlana Shishkina, journalist, Kazan, Tatarstan. Homicide. Conviction [nJ]. 24 August – Oleg Belozyorov, Moscow-Volgograd flight. Terrorist Act [nJ]. 18 September – Vladimir Pritchin, editor-in-chief of North Baikal TV & Radio Company, Buryatia. Homicide [?J]. 27 September – Jan Travinsky (St Petersburg), in Irkutsk as political activist for election campaign. Homicide. Conviction [nJ]. 2005 23 May – Pavel Makeyev, reporter for TNT-Pulse Company, Rostov-on-Don. Run down while photographing illegal street racing. Incident not Confirmed [?J]. 28 July – Magomed Varisov, political analyst and journalist, shot dead near his home in Makhachkala, Dagestan. He “had received threats, was being followed and had unsuccessfully sought help from the local police” according to Committee to Protect Journalists. Sharia Jamaat claimed responsibility for the murder. Homicide [J]. 31 August – Alexander Pitersky, Baltika Radio reporter, Saint Petersburg. Homicide [?J]. 3 September – Vladimir Pashutin, Smolensky Literator newspaper, Smolensk. Not Confirmed [nJ]. 13 October – Tamirlan Kazikhanov, head of press service for Anti-Terrorist Center of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs's Main Department for the Southern Federal District, Nalchik. Crossfire [J]. 4 November – Kira Lezhneva, reporter with Kamensky rabochii newspaper, Sverdlovsk Region. Homicide. Conviction [nJ].

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