Ivan Aksenchuk

Ivan Aksenchuk

Director

Ivan Aksenchuk born in 1918 was a renowned Soviet animator at Soyuzmultfilm, who worked in the traditional hand-drawn technique. He started working under Alexander Ivanov and Evgeny Migunov and since 1953 became a director himself. He often worked on fairy tales from different countries, among them: the Romanian “Nut twig” (1955), the Uzbek – “Aist” (1956), the Italian – “Boy from Naples” (1958). Many noted his intelligence and the ability to get along with people of any age, especially young people – novice animators, trainees, trainees.

Films