Timur Bekmambetov is one of the most successful filmmakers in Russian history, known for Night Watch (2004) and its sequel Day Watch (2006), Wanted (2008), Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012) and Ben-Hur (2016). As a producer, he received an APSA nomination for The Snow Queen 2 (2014) and Rezo (2018). He has also produced international hits including Unfriended (2014) and Searching (2018), both of which pioneered the use of narrative being told through on-screen technology like phone and laptop screens.

Accolades

Leo Gabriadze and Timur Bekmambetov
Best Animated Film, 2018

Rezo (Znaesh’, mama, gde ya byl)

Best Animated Film, 2018

Rezo (Znaesh’, mama, gde ya byl)

Winner, Best Animated Feature Film, 2018 Rezo is an animated documentary movie told and painted by Rezo Gabriadze, a prolific Georgian artist, writer and creator…

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Timur Bekmambetov and Yuri Moskvin and Diana Yurinova and Alexey Tsitsilin
Best Animated Film, 2015

The Snow Queen 2: The Snow King (Snezhnaya Koroleva 2: Snezhnyy Korol) (Snezhnaya Koroleva 2: Snezhnyy Korol)

Best Animated Film, 2015

The Snow Queen 2: The Snow King (Snezhnaya Koroleva 2: Snezhnyy Korol) (Snezhnaya Koroleva 2: Snezhnyy Korol)

After their victory over the Snow Queen, the trolls have developed a taste for freedom. Having played a major role in the victory, the troll…

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Films

Rezo
2017

Rezo (Znaesh’, mama, gde ya byl)

Russian Federation
2017

Rezo (Znaesh’, mama, gde ya byl)

Winner – Best Animated Feature Film, 2018 Rezo is an animated documentary movie told and painted by Rezo Gabriadze, a prolific Georgian artist, writer and…

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The Snow Queen 2: The Snow King (Snezhnaya Koroleva 2: Snezhnyy Korol)
2014

The Snow Queen 2: The Snow King (Snezhnaya Koroleva 2: Snezhnyy Korol) (Snezhnaya Koroleva 2: Snezhnyy Korol)

Russian Federation
2014

The Snow Queen 2: The Snow King (Snezhnaya Koroleva 2: Snezhnyy Korol) (Snezhnaya Koroleva 2: Snezhnyy Korol)

After their victory over the Snow Queen, the trolls have developed a taste for freedom. Having played a major role in the victory, the troll…

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