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RUSSIA-ACTOR/DEATH
RTXLCD7
May 22, 2009
People stand in front of the coffin of Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky during a funeral ceremony in Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
People stand in front of the coffin of Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky during a funeral ceremony in Moscow...
People stand in front of the coffin of Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky during a funeral ceremony in Moscow May 22, 2009. Yankovsky, who was a Soviet-era sex symbol and star in Andrei Tarkovsky's films, died in the Russian capital on Wednesday at age 65. He will be buried Friday in Moscow's historic Novodevichy cemetery, where Russia's first President Boris Yeltsin rests. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA OBITUARY ENTERTAINMENT)
RUSSIA-ACTOR/DEATH
RTXLCAT
May 22, 2009
People stand in front of the coffin of Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky during a funeral ceremony in Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
People stand in front of the coffin of Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky during a funeral ceremony in Moscow...
People stand in front of the coffin of Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky during a funeral ceremony in Moscow May 22, 2009. Yankovsky, who was a Soviet-era sex symbol and star in Andrei Tarkovsky's films, died in the Russian capital on Wednesday at age 65. He will be buried Friday in Moscow's historic Novodevichy cemetery, where Russia's first President Boris Yeltsin rests. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
RUSSIA-ACTOR/DEATH
RTXLC8W
May 22, 2009
People stand in front of the coffin of Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky during a funeral ceremony in Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
People stand in front of the coffin of Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky during a funeral ceremony in Moscow...
People stand in front of the coffin of Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky during a funeral ceremony in Moscow May 22, 2009. Yankovsky, who was a Soviet-era sex symbol and star in Andrei Tarkovsky's films, died in the Russian capital on Wednesday at age 65. He will be buried Friday in Moscow's historic Novodevichy cemetery, where Russia's first President Boris Yeltsin rests. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
RUSSIA-ACTOR/DEATH
RTXLC6R
May 22, 2009
People stand in front of the coffin of Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky during a funeral ceremony in Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
People stand in front of the coffin of Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky during a funeral ceremony in Moscow...
People stand in front of the coffin of Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky during a funeral ceremony in Moscow May 22, 2009. Yankovsky, who was a Soviet-era sex symbol and star in Andrei Tarkovsky's films, died in the Russian capital on Wednesday at age 65. He will be buried Friday in Moscow's historic Novodevichy cemetery, where Russia's first President Boris Yeltsin rests. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA/
RTXCDY3
March 05, 2009
Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev (L) awards Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky with the Order of Service...
Moscow, Russia
Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev awards Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky with the Order of Service to the...
Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev (L) awards Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky with the Order of Service to the Fatherland (second degree) at the Kremlin in Moscow, March 5, 2009. Medvedev handed out state awards for national service in various disciplines to a few dozen people. REUTERS/Pool/Natalia Kolesnikova (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA
RTX6GQK
June 03, 2008
Russian director Pavel Lugin (L) and director of photography Tom Stern discuss a scene on the set of...
Suzdal, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-CINEMA/IVAN
Russian director Pavel Lugin (L) and director of photography Tom Stern discuss a scene on the set of Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip' in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA
RTX6GQI
June 03, 2008
Actors ride sledges past a puppet hanging from gallows on the set of Russian director Pavel Lungin's...
Suzdal, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-CINEMA/IVAN
Actors ride sledges past a puppet hanging from gallows on the set of Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip' in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Pyotr Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA
RTX6GQG
June 03, 2008
An actor walks on the set of Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan...
Suzdal, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-CINEMA/IVAN
An actor walks on the set of Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip' in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Pyotr Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA
RTX6GQF
June 03, 2008
An actor in the costume of Ivan the Terrible Oprichniki, a personal squad of loyal horsemen notorious...
Suzdal, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-CINEMA/IVAN
An actor in the costume of Ivan the Terrible Oprichniki, a personal squad of loyal horsemen notorious for the mayhem they caused in the population, rides on the set of Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip' in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Pyotr Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA
RTX6GQE
June 03, 2008
Extras act in a scene in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip'...
Suzdal, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-CINEMA/IVAN
Extras act in a scene in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip' in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Pyotr Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA
RTX6GQC
June 03, 2008
Extras act in a scene in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip'...
Suzdal, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-CINEMA/IVAN
Extras act in a scene in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip' in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Pyotr Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA
RTX6GQA
June 03, 2008
Pyotr Mamonov acts in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip'...
Suzdal, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-CINEMA/IVAN
Pyotr Mamonov acts in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip' in front of the Kremlin in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA
RTX6GQ9
June 03, 2008
Pyotr Mamonov (R) acts in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip'...
Suzdal, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-CINEMA/IVAN
Pyotr Mamonov (R) acts in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip' in front of the Kremlin in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA
RTX6GQ6
June 03, 2008
Pyotr Mamonov (L) acts in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip'...
Suzdal, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-CINEMA
Pyotr Mamonov (L) acts in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip' in front of the Kremlin in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA
RTX6GQ5
June 03, 2008
Pyotr Mamonov (R) and Oleg Yankovsky act a scene on set of Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan...
Suzdal, Russia
Pyotr Mamonov and Oleg Yankovsky act a scene on set of Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the...
Pyotr Mamonov (R) and Oleg Yankovsky act a scene on set of Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip' in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, played by Yankovsky, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA
RTX6GQ3
June 03, 2008
Russian actor Pyotr Mamonov (L) and director Pavel Lugin discuss a scene on set of Lungin's movie 'Ivan...
Suzdal, Russia
Russian actor Mamonov and director Lugin discuss a scene on set of Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible...
Russian actor Pyotr Mamonov (L) and director Pavel Lugin discuss a scene on set of Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip' in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA
RTX6GPZ
June 03, 2008
Russian actor Pyotr Mamonov watches a scene on set of Pavel Lungin's movie Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan...
Suzdal, Russia
Russian actor Pyotr Mamonov watches a scene on set of Pavel Lungin's movie Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan...
Russian actor Pyotr Mamonov watches a scene on set of Pavel Lungin's movie Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-FILM/
RTX6GGB
June 03, 2008
Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky walks near a movie prop hanging from gallows on the set of Russian director...
Suzdal, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-FILM/
Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky walks near a movie prop hanging from gallows on the set of Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie "Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip" in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Following paintings and fashion, film-making is the latest thing that is booming in the new Russia, which hopes the industry will bring in annual profits of $900 million by 2011, almost double earnings last year. Picture taken March 20, 2008. To match feature RUSSIA-FILM/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-FILM/
RTX6GGA
June 03, 2008
Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky walks near a movie prop hanging from gallows on the set of Russian director...
Suzdal, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-FILM/
Russian actor Oleg Yankovsky walks near a movie prop hanging from gallows on the set of Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie "Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip" in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Following paintings and fashion, film-making is the latest thing that is booming in the new Russia, which hopes the industry will bring in annual profits of $900 million by 2011, almost double earnings last year. Picture taken March 20, 2008. To match feature RUSSIA-FILM/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA/IVAN
RTR1YLLY
March 21, 2008
Pyotr Mamonov (foreground) acts in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie "Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan...
Suzdal, Russia
Pyotr Mamonov acts in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip'...
Pyotr Mamonov (foreground) acts in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie "Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip" in front of the Kremlin in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (137 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. Picture taken March 20, 2008. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA/IVAN
RTR1YLLX
March 21, 2008
An actor in the costume of Ivan the Terrible's Oprichniki, a personal squad of loyal horsemen notorious...
Suzdal, Russia
An actor in the costume of Ivan the Terrible's Oprichniki rides on the set of 'Ivan the Terrible and...
An actor in the costume of Ivan the Terrible's Oprichniki, a personal squad of loyal horsemen notorious for the mayhem they caused in the population, ride past puppets hanging from gallows on the set of Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie "Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip" in the ancient town of Suzdal, some 220 km (137 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Pyotr Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. Picture taken March 20, 2008. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA/IVAN
RTR1YLLW
March 21, 2008
Actors in the costumes of Ivan the Terrible's Oprichniki, a personal squad of loyal horsemen notorious...
Suzdal, Russia
Actors in the costumes of Ivan the Terrible's Oprichniki on the set of Russian director Pavel Lungin's...
Actors in the costumes of Ivan the Terrible's Oprichniki, a personal squad of loyal horsemen notorious for the mayhem they caused in the population, ride past puppets hanging from gallows on the set of Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie "Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip" in the ancient town of Suzdal, some 220 km (137 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Pyotr Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. Picture taken March 20, 2008. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA/IVAN
RTR1YLLS
March 21, 2008
Pyotr Mamonov (C) acts in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip'...
Suzdal, Russia
Pyotr Mamonov acts in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip'...
Pyotr Mamonov (C) acts in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip' in front of the Kremlin in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. Picture taken March 20, 2008. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CINEMA/IVAN
RTR1YLLR
March 21, 2008
Pyotr Mamonov (R) acts in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip'...
Suzdal, Russia
Pyotr Mamonov acts in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip'...
Pyotr Mamonov (R) acts in Russian director Pavel Lungin's movie 'Ivan the Terrible and Metropolitan Philip' in front of the Kremlin in the ancient town of Suzdal some 220 km (136.7 miles) northeast of Moscow March 20, 2008. Mamonov, a former Rock musician turned devout Orthodox Christian, plays Ivan the Terrible in Lugin's latest film that is centred around the battle between power and moral, the director said on Thursday. The movie portraits the 16th century ruthless autocrat, the first Russian ruler to assume the title of tsar, as he is pitched against Metropolitan Philip, a humanitarian authority and the only notable figure that dared to openly criticise Ivan's bloody excesses. Metropolitan Philip is played by Oleg Yankovsky. Picture taken March 20, 2008. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
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