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Paradzhanov, Sergeĭ 1924-1990

Overview
Works: 212 works in 563 publications in 11 languages and 4,824 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Historical films  Biographical films  Film adaptations  Biography  Romance films  History  Melodramas (Motion pictures)  Fantasy films  Screenplays 
Roles: Director, Author of screenplay, Author, Restager , Scenarist, Interviewee, Dedicatee, Film editor, Artist, Honoree, fmd, Other, Performer, Composer
Classifications: PN1997, 791.4372
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Tini zabutykh predkiv by Sergeĭ Paradzhanov( Visual )

43 editions published between 1959 and 2013 in 3 languages and held by 648 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A deeply heartfelt story set during the early part of the 20th century in the Ukrainian Carpathians, centering on Ivan whose life is marked with sadness. First his brother is killed while saving him from a falling tree. Then his father is murdered, forcing Ivan and his mother to live in poverty. He falls in love with Marichka, the daughter of the man responsible for his father's death. Marichka drowns rescuing a lamb from a river, but Ivan remains devoted to her. He marries another, but he finds no solace in their childless marriage and his wife Palagna, seeing that their union is doomed, turns to the sorcerer Yurko. In a tragic struggle Yurko kills Ivan, and the whole village mourns his death
Nṛan guyně = The color of pomegranates( Visual )

9 editions published between 2001 and 2013 in Armenian and Russian and held by 423 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Stylized biography of noted eighteenth century Armenian poet and troubadour Sayat Nova, based on his writings. It depicts the poet's life in eight sections, from childhood to death, rich with symbols of sacred and secular Armenian life
Ashik Kerib by Sergeĭ Paradzhanov( Visual )

33 editions published between 1988 and 2009 in 6 languages and held by 414 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Retells Lermontov's fable of a wandering minstrel trying to earn enough money to marry the girl he loves. Tableaux are combined with intertitles, images of early Russian artwork and a blend of traditional and contemporary musical form, all combining to form a unique cinematic experience."
Legenda Suramis tsikheze = Legend of Suram fortress by Sergeĭ Paradzhanov( Visual )

29 editions published between 1984 and 2011 in 4 languages and held by 300 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This film, based on an old Georgian legend, is dedicated "to all the Georgian soldiers who died for their country." In ancient Tbilisi, an inexplicable force causes a fortress to crumble as soon as it is rebuilt. When Durmishkhan, a young servant of the king, is freed, he takes leave of Vardo, his betrothed, to make his fortune. In this pursuit he is aided by the merchant Osman-aga. Forgetting his first love, Durmishkhan marries another and has a son. Consulting an elderly seer, Vardo learns of Durmishkhan's whereabouts, his marriage and the birth of his firstborn; she assumes the role of fortune-teller when the old woman dies. Soon after, emissaries arrive seeking the solution to Suram Fortress's chronic instability. Vardo advises them that the structure will remain standing only if it is fortified with gold. That is to say, a handsome, blue-eyed youth with golden locks must be sealed up in its walls in order for it to remain fast. The young man marked for martyrdom is Zurab, Durmishkhan's son. The directors divide their narrative into chapters "each embodying a specific religious concept, depicted in striking tableaux vivants, emblematic gestures or formalized movement."
Nṛan guyně = Sergei Paradjanov's The color of pomegranates by Sergeĭ Paradzhanov( Visual )

21 editions published between 1969 and 2018 in 3 languages and held by 119 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Stylized biography of noted eighteenth century Armenian poet and troubadour Sayat Nova, based on his writings. It depicts the poet's life in eight sections, from childhood to death, rich with symbols of sacred and secular Armenian life
Nṛan guyně( Visual )

1 edition published in 2018 in Armenian and held by 99 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"A breathtaking fusion of poetry, ethnography, and cinema, Sergei Parajanov's masterwork overflows with unforgettable images and sounds. In a series a tableaux that blend the tactile with the abstract, The Color of Pomegranites revives the splendors of Armenian culture through the story of the eighteenth-century troubadour Sayat-Nova, charting his intellectual, artistic, and spiritual growth through iconographic compositions rather than traditional narrative. The film's tapestry of folklore and metaphor departed from the realism that dominated the Soviet cinema of its era, leading authorities to block its distribution, with rare underground screenings presenting it in a restructured form. This edition features the cut closest to Parajanov's original vision, in a restoration that brings new life to one of cinema's most enigmatic meditations on art and beauty"--Container
The legend of the Surami fortress( Visual )

6 editions published between 1969 and 2007 in 5 languages and held by 91 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"A film version of a well-known Georgian folk-tale. A young boy has to be immured into the walls of a fortress in order to stop it from crumbling to pieces"--IMDb website
Kollazh na fone avtoportreta : zhiznʹ--igra( Book )

2 editions published between 2005 and 2008 in Russian and held by 52 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Short works by and about Sergeĭ Paradzhanov, with biographical material and commentary by K. T︠S︡ereteli
The legend of Surami Fortress ; Ashik Kerib = The lovelorn minstrel by Sergeĭ Paradzhanov( Visual )

7 editions published between 2000 and 2001 in 3 languages and held by 47 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Legend of Suram fortress (1985): The Georgians' repeated efforts at building a fortress against invaders fail until a fortune teller remembers an old prophecy that the son of her erstwhile lover must be bricked up alive in order for the fortress to stand
The colour of pomegranates by Sergeĭ Paradzhanov( Visual )

20 editions published between 1968 and 2011 in 7 languages and held by 42 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A biography of the Armenian troubadour Sayat Nova (King of Song) reveals the poet's life more through his poetry than a conventional narration of important events in Sayat Nova's life
Red pomegranate by Sergeĭ Paradzhanov( Visual )

7 editions published between 1969 and 1990 in Armenian and English and held by 36 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The words of 17th century Armenian poet Arutuin Sayadian, also known as "Sayat Nova" (The King of Song), are captured in this visual pastiche which is both a stylized biography of the writer and a tribute to his work. Charted into eight sections of his life from childhood to death, the film is rich in symbols of the sacred and secular life and of the country, a country said to have suffered as Sayat Nova suffered and as Christ did. In a memorable scene, Parajanov marks out the map of Armenia with the scarlet juice of three bleeding pomegranates. (Does not circulate)
The films of Sergei Paradjanov( Visual )

2 editions published in 2008 in Multiple languages and Ukrainian and held by 30 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ivan falls for the daughter of the man who murdered his father; a wandering troubadour must travel for one thousand and one nights; a fortune-teller declares that a boy must be walled up alive in a fort to keep it from crumbling; follows the life of eighteenth century poet and musician Sayat-Nova
Nṛan guyně( Visual )

1 edition published in 2018 in Armenian and held by 29 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"A breathtaking fusion of poetry, ethnography, and cinema, Sergei Parajanov's masterwork overflows with unforgettable images and sounds. In a series a tableaux that blend the tactile with the abstract, The Color of Pomegranites revives the splendors of Armenian culture through the story of the eighteenth-century troubadour Sayat-Nova, charting his intellectual, artistic, and spiritual growth through iconographic compositions rather than traditional narrative. The film's tapestry of folklore and metaphor departed from the realism that dominated the Soviet cinema of its era, leading authorities to block its distribution, with rare underground screenings presenting it in a restructured form. This edition features the cut closest to Parajanov's original vision, in a restoration that brings new life to one of cinema's most enigmatic meditations on art and beauty"--Container
Ambavi Suramis??isa = The legend of Surami fortress( Visual )

8 editions published between 1997 and 2007 in Georgian and held by 29 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Georgians' repeated efforts at building a fortress against invaders fail until a fortune teller remembers an old prophecy that the son of her erstwhile lover must be bricked up alive in order for the fortress to stand. The young man sacrifices himself to save his country
Seven visions by Sergeĭ Paradzhanov( Book )

8 editions published between 1992 and 1998 in 3 languages and held by 29 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Born in Tblissi in 1924, Armenian director Sergei Paradjanov came to International attention with his 1964 film Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors, which won 16 awards in festivals around the world. His success was not to last, however. An outspoken critic of the overly harsh treatment of writers and intellectuals in the then Soviet Union, Paradjanov was quickly blacklisted and repeatedly imprisoned, at one point spending five years in a heavy labor camp." "Shortly before his death from cancer in 1990, Paradjanov collected together the scenarios of six films he was never permitted to make. To these he added the scenario of Sayat-Nova, so that this work may be known in its original, complete form. As Galia Ackerman writes in her introduction, Seven Visions "restores to the history of world cinema what the Soviet regime successfully suppressed for so long." This translation, the first book either by or on Paradjanov to appear in English, bears ample witness to the talent of this unique artist, a director that Tarkovsky considered "a genius.""--BOOK JACKET
Sayat nova La couleur de la grenade by Sergeĭ Paradzhanov( Visual )

13 editions published between 1968 and 2013 in 3 languages and held by 29 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Ce film relate l'histoire du pl.us grand poète arménien du 18e siècle, en proposant une série de tableaux vivants représentant les moments clés de la vie du poète."
Tini zabytih predkov = Les chevaux de feu by Sergeĭ Paradzhanov( Visual )

4 editions published between 1983 and 2006 in Ukrainian and French and held by 26 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

L'action du film se déroule au début du XXème siècle, dans les Carpates. Deux familles de Goutzouls, les Palitchouk et les Gouténiouk, se détestent depuis des générations. Mais Ivanko Palitchouk et Maritchka Gouténiouk, qui ont grandi ensemble depuis l'enfance, sont devenus inséparables et projettent de se marier en dépit de l'antagonisme de leurs familles. Mais la veille de leur noce, Ivan doit partir travailler comme valet dans les alpages. Maritchka, qui ne veut pas l'attendre tout l'hiver, cherche à le rejoindre dans la montagne. Voulant sauver un agneau égaré, elle se tue en tombant dans une rivière
La légende de la forteresse de Souram by Sergeĭ Paradzhanov( Visual )

10 editions published between 2003 and 2013 in Georgian and Undetermined and held by 25 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ce film, dédié aux vaillants guerriers géorgiens de tous les temps qui donnèrent leur vie pour leur patrie, s'inspire d'une vieille légende : pour se protéger des envahisseurs, les Géorgiens construisirent une forteresse ; mais, au niveau du toit, le mur s'écroula. La voyante dit alors "pour que le mur tienne, il faut emmurer un beau garçon". On trouva ce beau garçon qui, au nom de la liberté de sa patrie, se laissa emmurer vivant. La forteresse put être construite. "Nous avons essayé de donner un sens philosophique à l'héroïsme et non pas de filmer la réalité des faits."
Les chevaux de feu by Sergeĭ Paradzhanov( Visual )

10 editions published between 1964 and 2013 in 3 languages and held by 20 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Adapté de la nouvelle "Les ombres des ancêtres oubliés", Les chevaux de feu est un conte situé dans les Carpates orientales sur la tragédie d'un amour impossible entre Ivan et Maritchka, dont les familles se détestent. Plus qu'une histoire d'amour impossible entre fiancés de clans ennemis, ce film fut un éblouissement. Paradjanov y décrit des rites, des couleurs, des traditions médiévales, la force brute des éléments. Avec cette oeuvre majeure, le cinéaste obtint une reconnaissance internationale [Jaquette]
Tini zabutykh predkiv( Visual )

17 editions published between 1964 and 2011 in Ukrainian and English and held by 18 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ivan perde tragicamente l'adorata Marichka, figlia dell'assassino di suo padre. Dopo un lungo lutto, il ragazzo sposa Palagna: il suo cuore però appartiene sempre a Marichka, e per riconquistarlo Palagna decide di rivolgersi a una strega... (LaFeltrinelli)
 
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Pʻarachanean, Sargis 1924-1990

Paradjanian, Sakis

Paradjanian, Sarkis.

Paradjanian Sarkis 1924-1990

Paradjanov, Sergei.

Paradjanov, Sergei 1924-1990

Paradjanov, Sergej

Paradjanov, Sergey 1924-1990

Paradjanov, Serghiej 1924-1990

Paradjanov, Sergo 1924-1990

Paradjanov, Sergueï

Paradjanov, Sergueï 1924-1990

Paradjanov, Serguei͏̈ Iosifovitch

Paradjanov Sergueï Iosifovitch 1924-1990

Paradjnov, Sergueï

Paradschanow, S. 1924-1990

Paradschanow, Sergei 1924-1990

Paradschanow, Sergej 1924-1990

Paradžanian, Sakis

Paradżanian, Sarkis.

Paradžanin, Sakis

Paradžanjan, Sarkis.

Paradžanjan, Sarkis 1924-1990

Paradžanov, S.

Paradžanov, S. 1924-1990

Paradžanov, S.I. 1924-1990

Paradžanov, Serge

Paradžanov, Sergej

Paradžanov, Sergej 1924-1990

Paradžanov, Sergej I. 1924-1990

Paradžanov, Sergej Iosifovič 1924-1990

Paradžanov, Sergìj.

Paradžanov, Serhij 1924-1990

Paradžanov, Serhij Josypovyč 1924-1990

Paradżanow, Serge

Paradżanow, Sergiej.

Paradżanow, Siergiej

Paradzhanian, Sarkis.

Paradzhanian, Sarkis 1924-1990

Paradzhanov, Sergei.

Paradzhanov, Sergeĭ 1924-1990

Paradzhanov, Sergeĭ Iosifovich 1924-1990

Paradzhanov, Sergo

Paradzhanov, Serhii.

Paradz︠h︡anov, Serhiĭ 1924-1990

Paradzjanov, Sergej 1924-1990

Parajanian, Sarkis 1924-1990

Parajanov, Sergei.

Parajanov, Sergei 1924-1990

Parajanov, Sergej 1924-1990

Paraǰanov, Sergey 1924-1990

Parajanov, Sergueï

Paraǰanyan, Sargis Hovsepi 1924-1990

Sergei Paradjanov

Sergei Paradschanow armenischer Filmregisseur

Sergei Paradžanov

Sergei Parajanov Soviet film director

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Siergiej Paradżanow

Siergiej Paradżanow radziecki reżyser filmowy pochodzenia ormiańskiego

Szergej Joszifovics Paradzsanov Örmény filmrendező

Σεργκέι Παρατζάνωφ

Параджанов, С.И 1924-1990

Параджанов, Сергей

Параджанов, Сергей 1924-1990

Параджанов Сергей Иосифович 1924-1990

Параджанов, Сергей (Сергей Иосифович), 1924-1990

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Параджанов Сергій Йосипович

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Параджанян, Саркис 1924-1990

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Сергей Параджанов

Сяргей Іосіфавіч Параджанаў

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