Stanislav Rostotsky

Stanislav Rostotsky

Director

Stanislav Rostotsky was a Russian Soviet filmmaker (1922-2001).He became obsessed with cinema after watching Sergei Eisenstein’s Battleship Potemkin at the age of five. Between 1955 and 1989, he directed 10 feature films, most famously We’ll Live Until Monday (1968) and The Dawns Here are Quiet (1972). A former soldier himself, the war was a frequent subject of his films, always imbued with unmistakable artistry and a philosophical approach.

Films