Nikolay Khomeriki op IFFR
Nikolay KHOMERIKI (1975, Moscow, Russia) studied film directing mostly in France, at La Femis. From 2001 to 2005 he took classes from Eric Rohmer. He was an assistant at Philippe Garrel's Les amants réguliers (2005) and made his own directing debut with the fantasy drama 977 (2006). Like his second feature, Tale in the Darkness (2009), it was screened at the Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival.
Tyozka (2002, short), Tempête/Tempest (2004, short), Vdvoyom (2005, short), 977 (2006), Skazka pro temnotu/Tale in the Darkness (2009), Churchill (2009, TV), Noch dlinnoyu v zhizn (2010), Belyaev (2011), Serdca bumerang/Heart's Boomerang (2011), Sindrom Drakona (2011, TV)