Director Vladimir Krasnopolsky died at the age of 90. About it reported in the Union of Cinematographers of the Russian Federation.
The report says that "in the 90th year of life, our friend and colleague passed away."
Vladimir Krasnopolsky graduated from the Faculty of History and Philology of the Ural University (1955), as well as the directing department of VGIK. Since 1962, he was a director at the Sverdlovsk film studio, and since 1964 - a director at the Mosfilm film studio.
Together with Valery Uskov, he made films and television series. In particular, these are "Shadows Disappear at Noon", "Father and Son", "Ermak", "Eternal Call", "Two Fates", "Provincials", "House with Lilies" and others.
He was also the People's Artist of the RSFSR, laureate of the State Prize of the USSR and the Lenin Komsomol Prize.