Boris Yukhananov (RU)

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Boris Yukhananov is a director, a theoretician of theatre, video, film and television production, a novelist, poet, artist and educator. He graduated from the Voronezh State Institute of Arts, specializing in acting for theatre and cinema (1979), and from GITIS (Russian Theatre Arts Academy), specializing in theatre direction in the studio of Anatoly Efros and Anatoly Vasilyev (1986). He created Theatre-Theatre, the U.S.S.R.’s first independent theatre company, in 1985. He was a co-founder of the Parallel Cinema film movement (1986), which was known under the name of CINE FANTOM (it comprised a journal, newspaper, festival, film studio and distributor, as well as the first Russian film club). Yukhananov’s video works include The Mad Prince video novel in 1000 cassettes (1986-1993), Uncontrolled for Anybody (1995), Da Dauny!/Yes, Downs! (1997), a documentary video-mystery titled Edification/ Nazidanie and others.
Since 1986 Yukhananov has staged over 40 productions on various stages in Moscow. Yukhananov was appointed artistic director of the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre in 2013. Under his guidance, the theatre was completely reconfigured and reconstructed as a multicultural space for the contemporary world. Under Yukhananov’s direction, the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre has become a space that supports and encourages daily interaction among people who are interested in every aspect of culture.

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