Harry Bardeen — He became a student of the Studio School at the Moscow Art Theater. After graduation, he got into the Moscow Gogol Theater, where he worked for several years. But the pleasure of acting did not get. Perhaps this was due to the fact that in the theater at that time mostly plays were made, pleasing to the Soviet authorities. Bored at the Gogol Theater, Bardin, supported by his friends, left the Melpomene temple.In order to earn some bread, HarryYakovlevich took on any work: he wrote scripts for ABVGDakey, read on the radio, voiced cartoons. It was during this period that he had the idea to do animation. Soon Harry Bardin and Vasily Livanov were invited by Sergey Vladimirovich Obraztsov to write a script for the puppet play Don Juan-75. After some time only Garry Yakovlevich worked on the piece, who was now officially arranged in the Obraztsov Puppet Theater as a production director.The premiere of the puppet show was great. For decades, this production has remained one of the most popular in the repertoire of the theater. Soon a proposal came from the director of Soyuzmultfilm to put Harry Bardin a film according to a script he wrote The author could not refuse such a proposal. Thus began his journey into the world of animation.Harry Yakovlevich - the experimenter inanimations. His boldness, enthusiasm, innovation allowed the birth of animated works, which are the treasures of Russian animation. In 1983, Harry Bardin’s short animated film “Conflict” was released on screen, in which he tries his hand at three-dimensional animation. Soon Bardin released several voluminous cartoons, where clay, rope, wire became the material for the characters. The work “Freaks” was created using ordinary wire, but the deep meaning embedded in this short film and the unusual presentation of the material provided the cartoon with international fame.
Pavel Kaplevich — the famous figure of culture and arts of Russia. Most popular as a Russian production designer, as well as a producer of cinema and theater. Not only Honored Artist of Russia (2007), but also a talented and interesting creative person.as born in March 1959 in the seaside city of the Krasnodar Territory of Tuapse. In the late 70s, Pavel became a student of the acting faculty of the Moscow Art Theater School. V.I. Nemirovich-Danchenko. After receiving education, Kaplevich worked for a short time in his specialty at the Leningrad Youth Theater.According to Pavel Mikhailovich, at the age of 23 he begins to try to draw and makes a decision about changing the field of activity and vocation. At the same time, Pavel Kaplevich has no special art education. Openness to experimentation and talent are paying off - in the 90s Kaplevich bursts into the artistic life of the capital as a new bright figure of modern art. At the same time, fruitful work with avant-garde director Mirzoyev results in a long-term successful collaboration, as a result of which masterpieces of theatrical performances are born both on the Russian stage and on foreign ones.
Andrey Movchan — His research focuses on Russia’s economy, the Eurasian Economic Union, and the future of Russia’s economic relations with the EU. Movchan has been a top executive for Russian and international financial institutions since 1993. He was an executive director of Troika Dialog for six years. From 2003 to 2009, Movchan headed Renaissance Investment Management Group, which he founded, and from 2006 to 2008, he was the CEO of Renaissance Credit Bank. He also founded the Third Rome investment company, and was its CEO and managing partner from 2009 until the end of 2013.Movchan is one of Russia’s best known financial managers. He was named “the most successful CEO of an asset management company in Russia” by Forbes in 2006 and “the best CEO of an asset management company” by the Russian magazine Finance in 2008. He has won numerous awards, including the RBC Person of the Year Award in 2006, the Chivas Top 18 Financials Grand Prix in 2007, and SPEAR’s Russia Wealth Management Awards in the Industry Legend category in 2009.Movchan has also authored numerous publications on economics and finance. His op-eds and commentary regularly appear in the media. He won two PRESSzvanie business journalism awards in 2011 and 2013.