Once Upon a Time There Lived Kozyavin (1966, short), A Glass Concertina (1968, short), Kaleidoscope-71. The Wardrobe (1971, short), Cupboard (1971), The Butterfly (1972, short), In the World of Fables (1972, short), A Wonderful Day (1975, short), No Less Than a Miracle (1976), The House Build by Jack (1976, short), I Fly to You As a Memory (1977, short), And I Am with You Again (1980, short), The Autumn (1982, short), The King's Sandwich (1985, short), My Favourite Time (1987), School of Fine Arts (1987-1990), Lion with a Grey Beard (1994, short), Oleg Kogan. Life After Life (1996, TV doc), A Long Journey (1997, short), Meetings with Pushkin (1999, doc), A Lullaby for Cricket (1999), Dreams About the Artistic and the Public (2000, doc), Let's Fly Away! (2002), I Love You (2002), One and a Half Cat (2002, short), Room and a Half (2009), Nos ili zagovor netakikh/The Nose or Conspiracy of Mavericks (2019)
More info: Wikipedia, Andrey Khrzhanovsky
Andrey Khrzhanovsky at IFFR
Room and a Half
A unique journey to the earlier life of Nobel Prize winning Russian poet Joseph Brodsky and the USSR, the country of his youth. The film, a perfect blend of different styles - fiction, animation and historical footage - creates an unforgettable atmosphere of St. Petersburg in the 1950s and 1960s.
The Nose or Conspiracy of Mavericks
Cheerfully grim look at the 20th century's follies anchored in Gogol's proto-Surrealist novella The Nose. Milestone by a giant of Soviet/Russian animation.