Larisa
Malukova

Larisa<br/>Malukova

Larisa
Malukova

 

Film critic, columnist for the newspaper Novaya Gazeta. Honored Cultural Worker of the Russian Federation (2004).

Larisa graduated from the Moscow State Institute of Music named after A. G. Schnittke and then the Academy of Theater Arts (faculty of theatre history and criticism) in 1984. She has a PhD in Art Criticism (1990). Her PhD thesis was entitled “The Interconnection of Arts. Theater and cinema in the 20s”. She was a laureate of the Mikhail Levitin's Memorial Prize (1996). She was awarded the Russian Cinema Media prize (2002), the Prize of the Russian Guild of Film Critics (2003, 2006, 2013), the Prize of the Belye Stolby Cinema Festival (the Best Film Critic of the Year nomination, 2005, 2008, 2017), the “Lavr” Cinema Prize for the film Frida Against the Background of Frida, the Golden Pen Prize of the Union of Journalists of Russia. She is the author of articles in such magazines as “Iskusstvo kino”, “Seans”, “Teatr”, “Sovetskiy film”, “Sovetskiy ekran”, “Ogonyok” and others. She is the creator and compiler of a miscellany “The 90s. The Cinema that We Lost”. She is the author of the “Sverkh/Kino” book devoted to modern Russian animated films. She is the scriptwriter of the documentaries such as Frida against the Background of Frida, Extraordinary Adventures of Diego Diegovich in the Land of the Bolsheviks, Look, it’s the Sky, Pushkin Square, The Fate of the Carousel, German and Karmalita, Nana+Irakly=Cinema, If not only Kolya Shatrov and other films.