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Famous film director Mikheil Tumanishvili died2010-12-23 17:13
Famous Russian film director Mikheil Tumanishvili died in Moscow at the age of 76, Echo of Caucasus reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As was reported by Union of Cinematographers, last respects will be paid to the honoured arts worker of Russia at Moscow House of Cinema.
Mikheil Tumanishvili is the son of stage director and scriptwriter Iosiph Tumanishvili.
His first independent movie was called Backlash screened in 1981. His other famous works include such movies as Avaria, Cop's Daughter; Wolf Killer and Turetski's March.
Tumanishvili also filmed in this latter movie.