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Victor Ginzburg was born on 6 April, 1959 in Moscow, Russia, is a Film director, film producer, screenwriter. Discover Victor Ginzburg's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 61 years old?

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Occupation Film director, film producer, screenwriter
Age 62 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 6 April 1959
Birthday 6 April
Birthplace Moscow, Russia
Nationality Russia

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2019

Ginzburg’s student film Hurricane David, a short documentary about victims of cerebral palsy expressing themselves through art therapy, won the GrandPrize at the 1983 Mason Gross Film Festival in Syracuse, New York. Ginzburg next directed Alien Probe, a short film scored to the music of New Order's "Blue Monday" that led to Ginzburg's entry into the music video industry. Ginzburg followed up with several successful music videos for various artists, including Pat Benatar, Lou Reed, Belinda Carlisle and Jody Watley. His music video for Bob Pfeiffer "Maybe It's Stupid” was nominated for Best Music Video in the 1987 New York Film and TV Festival.

Ginzburg’s first feature-length documentary The Restless Garden (1993) was filmed in Moscow in 1991 and documented the cultural and sexual revolution taking place during the fall of the Soviet Union. The film premiered at the Boston International Film Festival in 1994. The film was provocative because of its eroticism and depiction of nudity and led to Ginzburg directing . Ginzburg directed several episodes for the HBO documentary television series Real Sex.

Generation P was shown at many international film festivals and had mostly positive reviews. "Director and co-writer Victor Ginzburg serves a vital cocktail that suggests a mix of “Brazil,” David Mamet’s media-spin satires, rabbit-hole tales and theme comedies such as “How to Succeed in Advertising,” along with a dominant Russian gene that keeps things fresh and unique." Anita Katz, The San Francisco Examiner

"Director Victor Ginzburg brings a deadpan, Strangelovian ambiance to his adaptation of Victor Pelevin’s cult novel, and the result is a film that irresistibly draws you into its increasingly delirious world" Dan Persons, Cinefantastique

“The film’s success, in all senses, is even more remarkable when one realizes that this is Ginzburg’s first full-length feature film. Generation P should vault its director Victor Ginzburg, to the top rank of filmmakers working in Russian today." Anthony Anemone, Kinokultura

2013

"...One of the year's true cinematic sleepers...a cultural firebomb. Director Victor Ginzburg takes the audience on a long, strange trip through the minefield of 21st century Russia, juxtaposing elements of absurdist comedy, underground crime thriller and – in several hilariously imagined psychedelic scenes – the mysterious quests of Andrei Tarkovsky." Steve Dollar, The Wall Street Journal

2011

Victor Lvovich Ginzburg is a Russian-Scottish director, producer and screenwriter who has worked on films, commercials and music videos. He is best known for the film Generation P (2011).

Generation P premiered in Russia in the spring of 2011 and proved to be both a critical and box office success, generating over $4.6 million in Russian box office receipts that summer, higher than any other domestic Russian film during the spring-summer 2011. The film also won several awards at international film festivals, including the Crystal Globe Jury Prize at the Karlovy Vary IFF, Sputnik over Poland Audience Award ”, Jury “Special Mention” at the Sofia IFF and the Almaty IFF "Best Feature Film" award. It was also selected to the Vanguard Program of the Toronto IFF, and New Directors/New Films at MoMA and Lincoln Center.

In 2011 Ginzburg acquired film rights to another Victor Pelevin book “Empire V”, the unofficial sequel to Generation P.

2006

In 2006, after a ten-year period of simultaneously running a successful music video and commercial creative boutique “Room” and developing screenplays, Ginzburg began pre-production on a Russian language film Generation P, based on the best-selling Russian novel of the same name by Victor Pelevin. Due to its political and irreverent content, Generation P could not secure Russian government backing and had to be financed independently. The film, which Ginzburg co-wrote, directed and produced, took five years to complete as a result.

1990

"This film is a little bit Matrix; by way of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, an early 1990s version of Mad Men, some Being John Malkovich, Fight Club, Thank You For Smoking and a little bit of both Eyes Wide Shut and The Lord of the Rings films thrown in for good measure. I know you’re all like W -T -F, yo. How is that even POSSIBLE?...” H.Blain, Liveforfilms

1959

Victor Lvovich Ginzburg was born in 1959 in Moscow, a grandson of a famous pianist Grigory Ginzburg. At the age of 15, he emigrated to the United States with his mother. He went on to study literature at the New School of Social Research and filmmaking at the School of Visual Arts in New York.