The Path drawn, 30 min, 1988 director Vladimir Tarasov script Kir Bulychev art directors Svetlana Davydova, Anatoly Fomenko, Tatyana Zvorykina artists Tatyana Stroeva, Irina Sobyanina animators Alexey Bukin, Alexander Mazaev, A. Chernomashentsev, Yuri Kulakov, Yuri Kuzyur director of photography Kabul Rasulov producer Lyubov Butyrina music Alexander Gradsky sound designer Vladimir Kutuzov editing Margarita Mikheeva voice cast A. Gorenbeyn, A. Nikolaev, A. Pokrovskaya, Alexander Pashutin, G. Semenikhin, Alexander Kaidanovsky, Vasily Livanov
Science fiction film based on Kir Bulychev's novella. The cartoon features a song with Sasha Cherny's lyrics.
Andrey Tarkovsky Film Festival brings us back to Vladimir Tarasov's cinema. The director will visit the festival to meet the audiences.
Vladimir Tarasov is a Soviet and Russian animation director and artist, an Honored artist of the Russian Soviet Federal Republic (1989). Tarasov studied in the Moscow Polygraphic Institute in 1965-1970. He started working for Soyuzmultfilm in 1957 first at the drawing department, then as animator, art director, and director since 1973. He is one of the few Russian animation artists developing science fiction themes: Contact (1978, awarded at festivals in Italy and France), Shooting Range (1979), an adaptation of Kir Bulychev's tragic novella The Path (1988). Tarasov's animated short Time Onwards won the FIPRESCI award at the Leipzig Film Festival (1978), Cowboys in Town was awarded at the Zagreb International Animation Festival in 1974. Tarasov currently works at Christmas Films. Member of ASIFA.