Zatyeryanny V Sibri


1h 47m 1991

Brief Synopsis

In the 1950s, a British archeologist working in Iran is accused of being a spy and is imprisoned by the KGB in a camp in Siberia.

Film Details

Also Known As
Lost In Siberia
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Dda Public Relations
Location
Yaroslavl, Soviet Union; Bukhara, Uzbekistan, Soviet Union

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 47m

Synopsis

In the 1950s, a British archeologist working in Iran is accused of being a spy and is imprisoned by the KGB in a camp in Siberia.

Crew

Vilen Amirkhanyan

Production Supervisor

N Balandina

2nd Assistant Director

G Belavina

Other

A Bessolitsin

Set Designer

V Bit-bairo

Camera Operator

M Blank

Music Associate

James Brabazon

Associate Producer

James Brabazon

Screenwriter

Benjamin Brahms

Executive Producer

A Bredis

Other

Paul Carr

Rerecording Mixer

V Chirikov

Consultant

Danny Coulson

Negative Cutting

N Demin

Other

Leonid Desyatnikov

Music

Brendan Donnison

Adr Casting (Lyps Inc)

Y Fidelgolts

Consultant

Valery Fried

Screenwriter

Gagik Gasparyan

Producer

Y Gavrilova

Other

Christopher Gawor

Associate Producer

N Gorbunova

Other

Constantine Gregory

Post-Production Dialogue Supervisor

Arabella Hutter

Assistant Film Editor

John Iles

Dolby Stereo Consultant

Y Ivanova

Makeup

Lieutenant-colonel Y Kalinin

Consultant (Home Affairs)

O Kalymova

1st Assistant Director

V Karasev

Associate Sound Editor

Z Karpukhina

Assistant Film Editor

D Katin

2nd Assistant Director

Noel Kelly

Production Runner (United Kingdom)

Y Kharitonov

Set Designer

Vitali Klimenkov

Special Effects

Vitali Klimenkov

Art Director

M Kopylkova

2nd Assistant Director

Yuriy Korotkov

Screenwriter

V Krechet

Stills Photographer

V Levitski

Camera Assistant

T Lichmanova

Costume Designer

I Malski

Consultant

Nancy Manningham

Dialogue Coach

N Martynovna

Costume Assistant

B Maslennikova

Negative Grading

A Mikhnev

Other

Major-general P Mischenkov

Consultant (Home Affairs)

Alexander Mitta

Screenwriter

K Molodzov

Makeup Assistant

Alexander Moody

Producer

U Naksju

Consultant

Y Nekrasov

Music Recordist

A Pavlova

Makeup Assistant

Brian Paxton

Rerecording Mixer Assistant

M Pazilov

Set Dresser

Y Popova

Sound Design

D Poverennova

Camera Assistant

A Schkelle

Set Designer

V Sergeyev

Camera Assistant

Libby Shearon

Unit Publicist

Vladimir Shevtsik

Director Of Photography

P Shilov

Other

V Sklyarov

Lighting Supervisor

S Skripka

Music Conductor

Anthony Sloman

Editor

Lionel Strutt

Adr Mixer (United Kingdom)

V Sukhinin

Other

N Veselovskaya

Editor

S Vorobyov

Stunt Supervisor

A Voronina

Other

L Yazykova

Assistant Film Editor

A Yevmina

Special Effects

Valery Yurkevitch

Art Director

G Zhavoronkova

Assistant Film Editor

L Zhilina

Set Dresser

Film Details

Also Known As
Lost In Siberia
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Dda Public Relations
Location
Yaroslavl, Soviet Union; Bukhara, Uzbekistan, Soviet Union

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 47m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

The United Soviet Socialist Republics

Released in United States 1991

Released in United States January 1992

Released in United States May 1991

Released in United States October 1991

Released in United States September 1991

Shown at American Film Market (AFM) II in Santa Monica October 21-27, 1991.

Shown at Cannes Film Festival (Directors Fortnight) May 9-20, 1991.

Shown at Montreal World Film Festival (Cinema of Today & Tomorrow) August 22 - September 2, 1991.

Shown at Palm Springs International Film Festival January 8-15, 1992.

Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 5-14, 1991.

Debut production for Spectator Entertainment International.

Completed shooting October 1990.

Released in United States 1991 (Shown at Montreal World Film Festival (Cinema of Today & Tomorrow) August 22 - September 2, 1991.)

Released in United States October 1991 (Shown at American Film Market (AFM) II in Santa Monica October 21-27, 1991.)

Released in United States January 1992 (Shown at Palm Springs International Film Festival January 8-15, 1992.)

Released in United States September 1991 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 5-14, 1991.)

Released in United States May 1991 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival (Directors Fortnight) May 9-20, 1991.)