Pyotr Chardynin


Pyotr Chardynin
Pyotr Ivanovich Chardynin
(Пётр Иванович Чардынин)
Born Pyotr Ivanovich Krasavtsev
February 10, 1873(1873-02-10)
Simbirsk, Russian Empire
(now Ulyanovsk, Russia)
Died August 14, 1934(1934-08-14) (aged 61)
Odessa, USSR (now Ukraine)
Occupation Film director, screenwriter, actor
Years active 1909-1928

Pyotr Ivanovich Chardynin (Russian: Пётр Иванович Чардынин) (10 February [O.S. 28 January] 1873 – 14 August 1934) was a Russian film director, screenwriter, and actor. Pyotr Chardynin, one of the pioneers of the film industry in the Russian Empire, directed over a hundred silent films during his career.

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Biography

Pyotr Chardynin was born Pyotr Ivanovich Krasavtsev on 10 February 1873 in Simbirsk, Russian Empire (now Ulyanovsk, Russia). In 1890 he was admitted to the Drama School of Moscow Philharmonic Society, were he studied under Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko from 1891. After graduating he adopted stage name of Chardynin and started both acting and directing career in provincial Russian theatres in Belgorod, Orekhovo-Zuevo, Uralsk, and Vologda.

In 1908 Chardynin joined the troupe at Vvedensky Narodny Dom in Moscow and, as a part of it, started his film acting career in A XVIth Century Russian Wedding and Song About the Merchant Kalashnikov. In 1909 Chardynin debuted as a director with The Power of Darkness and soon become the principal director for Aleksandr Khanzhonkov's film company. In 1916, however, facing the serious competition from Yevgeni Bauer, Chardynin left the Khanzhonkov and, together with Vera Kholodnaya and several other leading actors joined Dmitriy Kharitonov's studio in Odessa. There Chardynin made several successful films including Molchi, grust... molchi.

In 1920-1923 Chardynin lived and worked in Italy, France, Germany, and Latvia. In 1923 he returned to USSR to work at Odessa Film Studio, where he directed several costume dramas and epics about the history of Ukraine. During the early 1930s Chardynin was banned from directing by Soviet authorities and died in 1934 from the liver cancer.

Filmography

‎Pyotr Chardynin with Russian silent film stars in 1918
Vera Kholodnaya and Vladimir Maksimov in Chardynin's "U kamina" (1917)‎
Vera Kholodnaya and Ossip Runitsch in ‎Chardynin's Molchi, grust... molchi (1918)
  • Ukraziya 1925
  • Dubrowsky, der Räuber Ataman (as Peter Tschardin)1921
  • Rasskaz o semi poveshennykh 1920
  • Molchi, grust... molchi 1918
  • U kamina 1917
  • Mirazhi (short) 1916
  • Drakonovskiy kontrakt 1915
  • Lyubov statskogo sovetnika 1915
  • Venetziansky chulok 1915
  • Teni grekha 1915
  • Potop 1915
  • Natasha Rostova 1915
  • Peterburgskiye trushchobi (co-director) 1915
  • Hromonozhka 1915
  • Katyusha Maslova 1915
  • Komediya smerti (short) 1915
  • Ubogaya i naryadnaya 1915
  • Vlast tmy (short)1915
  • Krizantemy 1914
  • Sorvanets 1914
  • Zhenshchina zavtrashevo dnya 1914
  • Revnost (short) 1914
  • Ty pomnish' li? 1914
  • V rukakh besposhchadnogo roka (short)1914
  • Domik v Kolomne (short) 1913
  • Obryv 1913
  • 1613 (co-director) 1913
  • Dyadushkina kvartira (co-director) 1913
  • Voyna i mir (short) 1913
  • Rabochaya slobodka (short) 1912
  • Kreitzerova sonata 1911
  • Na boykom meste 1911
  • Pikovaya dama (short) 1910
  • Idiot (short) 1910
  • Boyarin Orsha (short)1910
  • Charodeyka (short) 1909
  • Myortvye dushi (short) 1909

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