Gennady Sokolsky - biography, date of birth, place of birth, filmography, clips, Director, Writer, Design.
December 1, 1937, Moscow - December 27, 2014, in the same place - Soviet, Russian director-animator, production designer and animator, illustrator.
From 1959 to 1961 he studied at animation courses at the Soyuzmultfilm studio. After graduating from the courses, he was accepted into the studio staff and for several years was considered one of the best animators of the Soyuzmultfilm studio .
Since 1969 he began to work independently as a director. He made his debut in the first, legendary edition of the anthology "Merry Carousel", under the artistic direction of Roman Kachanov. In this almanac, Gennady Sokolsky filmed the plot "Well, wait!", In which the images of the Wolf and the Hare first appeared. Subsequently, director Vyacheslav Kotenochkin was successfully involved in the development of plot collisions between these characters for a long time.
Switching to directing, Sokolsky staged a number of animated films that have become prominent representatives of the animation industry of the USSR. As a director, he staged a full-length trilogy, a Soviet-Japanese film (co-directed by K. Yoshida) "The Adventures of a Lolo Penguin", which had a wide worldwide distribution.
By the mid-90s, he gradually moved away from animation, taking up book graphics.
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