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Aleksandr Grigorevich ZARKHI Edit Profile

Film director and scriptwriter

Aleksandr ZARKHI, USSR Film director and scriptwriter. Member, Organization Committee, USSR Union of Cinematography Workers; Honoured Art Worker of Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic since 1955. Order of Red Banner of Labor; Stalin Prizes, 1941, 1946. Member, Communist Party, since 1948.

Background

ZARKHI, Aleksandr was born in 1908.

Career

Since 1928 in film work. Actor, assist, director and director. Codirected: “Goryachie denechki” (Hot Days) (1935).

“Deputat Baltiki” (Baltic Deputy) (1937). “Chlen pravitelstva” (Member of the Government) (1939). “Yego zovut Sukhe-Bator” (Sukhe-Bator is his Name) (1942).

“Razgrom Yaponii” (The Defeat of Japan) (1945). Directed “Vysota” (The Height) (1957).

Politics

Member, Communist Party, since 1948.

Membership

Member, Communist Party, since 1948.