伊亞‧哥沙諾夫斯基 Illya Khrzhanovskiy簡介
Ilya Andreyevich Khrzhanovsky (Russian: Илья́ Андре́евич Хржановский; born August 11, 1975) is a Russian film director. He is the son of Andrei Khrzhanovsky (b. 1939), one of the top Russian animation directors, and Mariya Neyman, philologist, editor and script doctor. He is the grandson of artist and actor Yury Khrzhanovsky [ru] (1905—1987).
Educated at the Bonn Academy of Fine Arts (1992–1993) and the All-Russian State Institute of Cinematography (1998) (VGIK), Khrzhanovsky's directorial debut was the production of That Which I Feel (Russian: «То, что чувствую») at the Kukart Festival at Peterhof in 1997. Khrzhanovsky also co-directed Stop (Russian: «Остановка»), which is a short film, together with Artyom Mikhalkov in 1998.
Between 1998 and 2002, Khrzhanovsky worked as a director and producer in commercial advertising. He was also the responsible producer of a Russian TNT Channel TV project The List of Lovers of the Russian Federation, a series directed by leading Russian movie directors. In 2003, the project became a part of the Berlin International Film Festival program, as well as other Russian and international film festivals.