Other movies involving Tarkovsky

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Graphic Missing I Am Twenty
(Orig.: Mne dvadtsat let, aka. Zastava Ilijcha)


Dir.: Marlen Khutsiyev
Tarkovsky as actor
Soviet Union, 1964
Duration: 189 min
Aspect Ratio 1.37:1, Format 35 mm B/W

Graphic Missing The First Teacher
(Orig.: Pervy uchitel)


Dir.: Andrey Mikhalkov-Konchalovsky
Co-scripted by Tarkovsky (uncredited) with Chingiz Aitmatov and Mikhalkov-Konchalovsky
Soviet Union, 1965 (Kirghizfilm, Mosfilm)
Duration: 109 min
Aspect Ratio 1.37:1, Format 35 mm B/W

Sergey Lazo
(Orig.: Sergei Lazo)


Dir.: Alexander Gordon (Tarkovsky's brother-in-law) 1967
Duration:
Aspect Ratio 1.37:1, Format 35 mm B/W


According to Alexander Gordon's Memoirs:

  • Tarkovsky as actor (uncredited) prob. cut scene
  • Tarkovsky as screenwriter (uncredited)
  • Tarkovsky as editor (uncredited)
Graphic Missing Tashkent the Bread City aka. Tashkent, City of Plenty
(Orig.: Tashkent - gorod khlebnii)


Dir.: Shukhrat Abbasov
Co-scripted by Tarkovsky (uncredited) and Mikhalkov-Konchalovsky according to François Albera (Positif no. 310, Dec 1986)
Soviet Union, 1968 (or, 1969)(Uzbekfilm)
Duration: 100 min
Aspect Ratio 1.37:1, Format 35 mm B/W

Graphic Missing One Chance in a Thousand aka. A Chance in a Thousand
(Orig.: Odin shans iz tysyachi)


Dir.: Bagrat Oganesyan, Leonid Kosharjan/Kokhariyan (or, Katcharian/Kotcharian in U.S. spelling). LeFanu adds Konchalovsky's name here.
Tarkovsky as co script writer, artistic director according to François Albera (Positif no. 310, Dec 1986)
Soviet Union, 1968 (or, 1969)
Duration: 100 min
Aspect Ratio 2.35:1 (Anamorphic), Format 35 mm Color

Cast: Anatoli Solonitsin, Nikolai Grinko and others. Script: Leon Kokhariyan, Arthur Makarov, Andrei Tarkovski. Production: Odessa films studio. About the film: 1942. A detachment of the scouts-commandos landed in an enemy rear escapes from German ring. Led by the captain Migunko they reached a motor road, where they detained an automobile machine with Dvigubski, who works with agents of enemy intelligence. The captain makes a decision to penetrate the into recruiting center with the help of Dvigubski… Distribution (1969, 19th place) - 28.6 mln. spectators.

Graphic Missing The End of the Chieftain aka. The End of Ataman
(Orig.: Konets atamana)


Dir.: Shaken Aimanov (or, Ayimanov) (1914-70)
Tarkovsky as co-scriptwriter, according to François Albera (Positif no. 310, Dec 1986)
Soviet Union, 1971 (Kazakfilm)
Duration:
Aspect Ratio 2.35:1, Format 35 mm Color

Graphic Missing The Sharp-tasting Grapes
(Orig.: Terpkiy Vinograd)


Dir.: Bagrat Oganisian
Tarkovsky artistic advisor
1973
Duration: 80 min
Aspect Ratio 1.37:1, Format 35 mm Color

Graphic Missing The Ferocious One
(Orig.: Liuti)


Dir.: Tolomush Okeev (or, Okeyev)
Co-scripted by Tarkovsky, according to François Albera (Positif no. 310, Dec 1986)
Soviet Union, 1973
Duration: 90 min
Aspect Ratio 1.37:1, Format 35 mm

Graphic Missing Fortune-telling by a Daisy
(Orig.: )


Tarkovsky as artistic director
1978
Duration:
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Graphic Missing Look Out, Snake!
(Orig.: Beregis! Zmei!)


Dir.: Zakhid Sabitov
Script written by Tarkovsky
Soviet Union, 1979 (Uzbekfilm)
Duration:
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