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* ''Film/{{Sunstroke}}'' (2014)


!!Filmography (selected, director of film unless otherwise stated):
* ''Film/IStepThroughMoscow'' (1964, dir. Creator/GeorgiDanelia) was his first acting role.

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!!Filmography (selected, director of film unless otherwise stated):
* ''Film/IStepThroughMoscow'' (1964, dir. Creator/GeorgiDanelia) was his first acting role.
!!Nikita Mikhailkov as director



* ''Film/AnUnfinishedPieceForPlayerPiano'' (1977)

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* ''Film/AnUnfinishedPieceForPlayerPiano'' (1977)''Film/CloseToEden'' (1992) originally titled ''Urga''.
* ''Film/BurntByTheSun'' (1994) is Mikhalkov's most famous film, and is set in the time of UsefulNotes/JosefStalin. Mikhailkov plays a high-ranking officer, Comdiv Sergei Petrov.
* ''Film/TheBarberOfSiberia'' (1998) is another historical epic starring Creator/OlegMenshikov. Mikhailkov appears as Tsar Alexander III.
* ''[[Film/{{Twelve}} 12]]'' (2007), a Russian remake of ''Theatre/TwelveAngryMen''. Mikhailkov stars as the jury foreman.

!!Mikhailkov as actor only:



* ''Oblomov'' (1980) is based on the novel by Ivan Goncharov.
* ''Film/{{Kinfolk}}'' (1981)



* ''A Cruel Romance'' (1984, dir. Creator/EldarRyazanov)
* ''Film/DarkEyes'' (1987)
* ''Film/{{Autostop}}'' (1990)
* ''Film/CloseToEden'' (1992) originally titled ''Urga''.
* ''Film/BurntByTheSun'' (1994) is Mikhalkov's most famous film, and is set in the time of UsefulNotes/JosefStalin. It is one of four Russian films to win the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar.
* ''Film/TheGovernmentInspector'' (1996, dir. S. Gazanov) is based on the Creator/NikolaiGogol play ''Theatre/TheInspectorGeneral''.
* ''Film/TheBarberOfSiberia'' (1998) is another historical epic starring Creator/OlegMenshikov.



* ''[[Film/{{Twelve}} 12]]'' (2007), a Russian remake of ''Theatre/TwelveAngryMen''.

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* ''[[Film/{{Twelve}} 12]]'' (2007), a Russian remake of ''Theatre/TwelveAngryMen''.


* ''Film/TheGovernmentInspector'' (1996, dir. S. Gazanov)is based on the Creator/NikolaiGogol play ''Theatre/TheInspectorGeneral''.

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* ''Film/TheGovernmentInspector'' (1996, dir. S. Gazanov)is Gazanov) is based on the Creator/NikolaiGogol play ''Theatre/TheInspectorGeneral''.


Nikita Sergeyevich Mikhalkov (born 21 October 1945) is a Russian director and actor, and head of the Cinematographers' Union. His family has a tradition of art, as his father wrote children's books and the lyrics to the Soviet and Russian anthems, his mother was a poetess descended from artists, and his brother Creator/AndreiKonchalovsky is an accomplished film director in his own right.

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Nikita Sergeyevich Mikhalkov (born 21 October 1945) 1945 in Moscow, Russia) is a Russian director and actor, and head of the Cinematographers' Union. His family has a tradition of art, as his father wrote children's books and the lyrics to the Soviet and Russian anthems, his mother was a poetess descended from artists, and his brother Creator/AndreiKonchalovsky is an accomplished film director in his own right.


Nikita Sergeyevich Mikhalkov (born 1945) is a Russian director and actor, and head of the Cinematographers' Union. His family has a tradition of art, as his father wrote children's books and the lyrics to the Soviet and Russian anthems, his mother was a poetess descended from artists, and his brother Creator/AndreiKonchalovsky is an accomplished film director in his own right.

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Nikita Sergeyevich Mikhalkov (born 21 October 1945) is a Russian director and actor, and head of the Cinematographers' Union. His family has a tradition of art, as his father wrote children's books and the lyrics to the Soviet and Russian anthems, his mother was a poetess descended from artists, and his brother Creator/AndreiKonchalovsky is an accomplished film director in his own right.


* ''StationForTwo'' (1983, dir. Creator/EldarRyazanov)

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* ''StationForTwo'' (1983, ''Film/StationForTwo'' (1982, dir. Creator/EldarRyazanov)


Mikhalkov studied acting at the Moscow Art Theater and the Vakhtangov Theater, and later studied film at VGIK, where he met future celebrity director Creator/AndreiTarkovsky. Since then, his films have become famous at home and abroad. Unlike Creatir/AndreiTarkovsky, or his brother Creator/AndreiKonchalovsky, Mikhalkov has made more conventional, crowd-pleasing films, and has avoided auteur projects. On the one hand, many of his films have been at the top of Russian box-office history. On the other hand, he has been accused of being too conservative and not provocative enough.

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Mikhalkov studied acting at the Moscow Art Theater and the Vakhtangov Theater, and later studied film at VGIK, where he met future celebrity director Creator/AndreiTarkovsky. Since then, his films have become famous at home and abroad. Unlike Creatir/AndreiTarkovsky, Tarkovsky, or his brother Creator/AndreiKonchalovsky, Mikhalkov has made more conventional, crowd-pleasing films, and has avoided auteur projects. On the one hand, many of his films have been at the top of Russian box-office history. On the other hand, he has been accused of being too conservative and not provocative enough.


* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Whenever Music/EduardArtemyev does the score.


* ''StationForTwo'' (1983, dir. EldarRyazanov)
* ''A Cruel Romance'' (1984, dir. EldarRyazanov)

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* ''StationForTwo'' (1983, dir. EldarRyazanov)
Creator/EldarRyazanov)
* ''A Cruel Romance'' (1984, dir. EldarRyazanov)Creator/EldarRyazanov)



* ''Literature/TheStateCounsellor'' (2005)

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* ''Literature/TheStateCounsellor'' (2005)(2005, dir. Filipp Yankovsky)

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* UsefulNotes/RedOctober



* TsaristRussia

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* ''Literature/TheStateCounsellor'' (2005)


* ''Film/BurntByTheSun'' (1994) is Mikhalkov's most famous film, and is set in the time of UsefulNotes/JosefStalin. It is one of three Russian films to win the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar.

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* ''Film/BurntByTheSun'' (1994) is Mikhalkov's most famous film, and is set in the time of UsefulNotes/JosefStalin. It is one of three four Russian films to win the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar.


* ''12'' (2007), a Russian remake of ''Theatre/TwelveAngryMen''.

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* ''12'' ''[[Film/{{Twelve}} 12]]'' (2007), a Russian remake of ''Theatre/TwelveAngryMen''.


* ''Film/BurntByTheSun'' (1994) is Mikhalkov's most famous film, and is set in the time of IosifStalin. It is one of three Russian films to win the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar.

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* ''Film/BurntByTheSun'' (1994) is Mikhalkov's most famous film, and is set in the time of IosifStalin.UsefulNotes/JosefStalin. It is one of three Russian films to win the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar.

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