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Alexandra Snezhko-Blotskaya

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Alexandra Gavrilovna Snezhko-Blotskaya (Russian: Александра Гавриловна Снежко-Блоцкая, February 21, 1909 in Volchansk, Russian Empire – December 29, 1980 in Moscow Oblast, Soviet Union) was a Soviet animated film director. She was a longtime collaborator with Ivan Ivanov-Vano.

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  • ✪ Daughter of the sun 1963 Doch' Solntza English & Español subs Ru animation
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Soyuzmultfilm 1963 The daughter of the sun written by Yu. Strizhevsky After a folktale from the people of the north directed by Alexandra Snezhko-Blotskaya art director lldar Urmanche music Vitaly Geviksman cameramen Ye. Rizo, N. Klimova sound Boris Filchikov animators Victor Arsentiev, Vladimir Morozov, Boris Butakov, Violetta Kolesnikova, Boris Chani, O. Stolbova, V. Dolgikh, S. Zhutovskaya, Konstantin Chikin, Vladimir Krumin, Elizabeth Komova, Vladimir Balashov voice artists Sergei Tseits, Alexei Konsovsky, Erast Garin, George Millyar, Michael Troyanovsky, Sergei Martinson, M Novokhizhin, A Khvylya lt was so long ago that none of the elders remembers how long. The sun ceased to shine over the tundras. Everything remained dark in summer as well as winter. The people despaired and went to see a shaman. l brought you these skins, old man. Give us back the sun! ''Ekeneku... diak... erkerek'' The Light! Eh! Yep! Now you may leave! You had too little skins to trade. - Too few. We have given you what we had! We are cheated upon. l'll ask the Sun itself why it has become dark in the tundra Kutili! Did you hear that? l heard it all, father He will not get far. Right! Go... May the the spirits help you. lt's my turn to help you spirits instead, father Do not go, Etuvgi! You will die in the tundra. l have promised, mama. l must go. How can l thank you? Help me to find the Sun. l do not know where the sun is. lf you want...l take you to the wise man of the deer maybe he can help you. Tungak! Tungak! Come...e....e What do you want, North-Wind The hunter Etuvgi wants to get access to the Sun lf he passes by here: Kill him! Go and stand guard on the peak so that no one will pass. l know where you want to go. l will help you. Those are no longer simple skies They will only help the kind-hearted. but the bad hearted... better not use them! You have done me well, father of the deer. Those are my ski's! - Yours? Who are you? l am Etuvgi, the hunter. You want to fight? Yes! l want to... Here, drink... Refresh yourself a bit. Thank you for being so good to me! Raven, do you know where the Sun is? l know. You are brave. So for you, the more dangerous route should be a piece of cake. ...if you know what you do. See that top? Cruel birds keep the watch there for Tungak. lf you have rope and a hook of bone... l can help you. Listen, let me tell you... that with these skis you can not only go on top of the snow but also on top of the clouds put them on... and... wait! When clouds are approaching, justjump on, and leap from one to the other. and in the end you'll reach the cabin of the Sun What did you come for? - To talk with you. Why do you keep yourself hidden? Why don't you shine for people anymore? - l'm sick. l can't shine anymore because the cold weather kidnapped my daughter: Spring. And if l save your daughter... will you shine again? lf you show strenght... and if you give your blood in the attempt to rescue Spring l promise l will shine again. This is a stone from my oven that will help you when you need it. My reindeer will take you to where the cold lives... From there you will have to decide for yourself what needs to be done Hey, Frost! Come...e...e...e lt seems that Tungak did not stop the hunter Etuvgi Since he is now coming this way..y...y...y! Ahh, you came, did you? - l came And why did you come? - l came for Spring. Why did you kidnap her from the Sun? Where are you hiding her? l will hide you in the same way! ...if you sacrifice your blood for her... The end Subs by Eus Translated from Spanish subs



Snezhko-Blotskaya was born in Volchansk near Kharkov (modern Ukraine), before her family moved to Shatura, near Moscow. There she graduated from art studios of Ivan Rerberg and Ilya Mashkov.

Snezhko-Blotskaya started her film career as designer for Soyuzkinokhronika in 1932. Since 1936 she became a constant collaborator and aidee to Ivan Ivanov-Vano, a patriarch of Russian animation. She participated as a co-director in many of his films including famous The Humpbacked Horse and The Snow Maiden. Her first solo feature-length film was The Enchanted Boy (1955), based on The Wonderful Adventures of Nils by Selma Lagerlöf.

Most of Snezhko-Blotskaya's films were fantasy based on folk tales and books by authors like Alexander Pushkin and Rudyard Kipling. In the 1970s she directed a series of five animated shorts based on Greek mythology.

She died in 1980 at the age of 71 at her home in Zheleznodorozhny, Moscow Oblast.


Second unit director for Ivanov-Vano

Solo director

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