Leonid Prudovsky

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Leonid Prudovsky
Born (1978-05-24) May 24, 1978 (age 42)
Other namesLeon Prudovsky
OccupationFilm director, producer, scriptwriter and actor.
Years active2003-present

Leonid Prudovsky (Hebrew: לאוניד פרודובסקי; Russian: Леонид Прудовский) (born May 24, 1978) is an Israeli film director, producer, screenwriter and actor.


Leon (Leonid) Prudovsky was born in 1978 in Leningrad, USSR (today: St. Petersburg, Russia) and immigrated to Israel at the age of 13. He graduated from Tel Aviv University, the Film and TV department in 2004. His diploma work, a short film Dark Night, was nominated for Student Academy Award in 2005, and won numerous awards in prestigious international film festivals such as 62nd Venice International Film Festival, Jerusalem Film Festival, Beijing, Palm Springs International Film Festival, New York, Bucharest and many others.[1]

In 2006 he co-wrote and directed a TV hour film Like a Fish out of Water for channel 2, winning several TV awards as well as nomination for Israeli TV Academy. In 2009 he co-wrote and directed his first feature film Five Hours from Paris, selected as a Discovery for Toronto International Film Festival and winning Haifa, Napoli and Nice Film Festivals. In 2010 he directed a 4-episodes series Troyka, featuring leading Israeli and Russian actors. He served as an artistic adviser for the Israeli Film Fund and the Jerusalem Film Fund, a script adviser for Tel Aviv University and Sam Spiegel Film School in Jerusalem and directed promotional clips for TV during many years. His last short film Welcome and … Our Condolences premiered in Haifa International Film Festival.


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  1. ^ Anderman, Nirit “35 reasons not to cut the film budget”, Ha'aretz. Retrieved on 20 September 2012.
  2. ^ University of Theatre and Film Arts, Budapest “Budapest Cinematography Master Class: Participants 2003”, Budapest Cinematography. Retrieved on 20 September 2012.
  3. ^ Gersherson, Olga “Aliya to The Movies. Russian and Israeli Cinema”, Jewish Quarterly. Published on 3 May 2011. Retrieved on 20 September 2012.
  4. ^ 2Team Productions (2004) Ltd “Welcome and … our Condolences. Leon Prudovsky”, 2Team Productions (2004) Ltd. Retrieved on 20 September 2012.
  5. ^ "Семейный альбом (2015) - информация о фильме - российские фильмы и сериалы - Кино-Театр.РУ". www.kino-teatr.ru. Retrieved 2016-02-09.
  6. ^ My Neighbor, Adolf, retrieved 2019-05-20
  7. ^ "My Neighbor, Adolf". 2teamproductions.com. Retrieved 2019-05-20.

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