Stanislav Rostotsky

Active - 1957 - 1989  |   Born - Apr 21, 1922   |   Died - Aug 10, 2001 in Vyborg, Russia  |   Genres - Drama, War

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A prolific Russian director who studied under Sergei Eisenstein at the State Cinematography Institute in Moscow following World War II, Stanislav Rostotsky (born Stepan Stepanov) directed a wide variety of films that ranged from such deadly serious topics as WWII (Dawns Here Are All Quiet [1972]) to an Oscar-nominated film about a dog's life (White Bim Black Ear [1970]).

Rostotsky died of heart failure in the Russian city of Vyborg in August of 2001. He was 79.

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