Yuliana Slashcheva is a media manager widely recognized for her expertise in communications, and from 2017, Chairman of the Board of Soyuzmultfilm animation studios. She graduated from the Moscow Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences in 1996 with a degree in marketing. While studying, she also worked for the US company Quasar Communications and the newly-launched public relations agency Mikhailov & Partners. From 2002 to 2004 Yuliana headed the department for corporate communications at ESN Group. In 2004 she became a partner and consultant at BBDO Group and was in charge of establishing the group’s PR agency. In 2005, she returned to Mikhailov & Partners as president of the company, where she led over 200 public-relations campaigns, with three of her projects winning the prestigious “Silver Ray” prize. In 2013-2016, as general director of CTC Media, Yuliana was able significantly to improve communications with investors and advertisers and diversify the holding. The recipient of many professional awards, in 2015 and 2017 Yuliana was ranked among the top media executives by the Kommersant Publishing House. In 2015, The Hollywood Reporter listed her in its list of “20 Most Powerful Women in Global TV.”

Accolades

Stanislav Sokolov and Yuliana Slashcheva and Boris Mashkovtsev and Nikolai Makovsky and Sergei Strusovsky
Best Animated Film, 2018

Hoffmaniada

Best Animated Film, 2018

Hoffmaniada

For director Stanislav Sokolov, Hoffamniada is the culmination of over ten years work on a story about the Prussian literary master of the early 19th…

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Films

Hoffmaniada
2017

Hoffmaniada

Russian Federation
2017

Hoffmaniada

For director Stanislav Sokolov, Hoffamniada is the culmination of over ten years work on a story about the Prussian literary master of the early 19th…

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