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Golden Eagle Award for Best Leading Actress (Russia)

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Golden Eagle Award for Best Leading Actress
Awarded for Best Leading Actress of the Year
Country Russia
Presented by National Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences of Russia
First awarded 2002
Currently held by Elena Lyadova in Leviathan (2014)
Website Official site of the National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia

The Golden Eagle Award for Best Leading Actress (Russian: Премия «Золотой Орёл» за лучшую женскую роль в кино) is one of twenty award categories presented annually by the National Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences of Russia. It is one of the Golden Eagle Awards, which were conceived by Nikita Mikhalkov as a counterweight to the Nika Award established in 1987 by the Russian Academy of Cinema Arts and Sciences.[1]

Each year the members of the academy choose three leading actresses and the film as a perception. The first actress to be awarded was Natalya Gundareva for the film Rostov-Papa.[2] The most recent award was made to Elena Lyadova in Leviathan.[3] Anna Mikhalkova holds the record for the most wins (with two out of three nominations). Chulpan Khamatova and Renata Litvinova were equally nominated, but have not received the award to date. Other actress with multiple nominations are Elena Lyadova (with two wins in a row), Kseniya Rappoport (with two wins) and Oksana Fandera (with 2 nominations).

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Contents

Nomineess and Awardees

Key
Sign Meaning
dagger The international title is not known
# Indicates the winner
Year Actress International title Original title Transliterated title
(per BGN/PCGN standard)
Ref(s)
2002 Natalya Gundareva# (unknown)dagger Ростов-папа Rostov-Papa [2]
2002 Julia Vysotskaya House of Fools Дом дураков Dom Durakov [4]
2002 Tuyara Svinoboeva River Река Reka [4]
2003 Irina Pegova# The Stroll Прогулка Progulka [5]
2003 Renata Litvinova Sky. Plane. Girl Небо. Самолёт. Девушка Nebo. Camolyot. Devushka [6]
2003 Viktoriya Tolstoganova Magnetic Storms Магнитные бури Magnitnye Buri [6]
2004 Alyona Babenko A Driver for Vera Водитель для Веры Voditel' dlya Very [7]
2004 Anna Mikhalkova Our Own Свои Svoi [8]
2004 Natalya Surkova Our Own Свои Svoi [8]
2005 Alla Demidova# The Tuner Настройщик Nastroyshchik [9]
2005 Alisa Freindlich On Upper Maslovka Street На Верхней Масловке Na Verkhney Maslovke [10]
2005 Chulpan Khamatova Garpastum Гарпастум Garpastum [10]
2006 Anna Mikhalkova# (unknown)dagger Связь Svyaz' [11]
2006 Renata Litvinova It Doesn't Hurt Me Мне не больно Mne ne Bol'no [12]
2006 Yevgeniya Simonova Ellipsis Многоточие Mnogotochie [12]
2007 Evgenya Dobrovolskaya# Artistka Артистка Artistka [13]
2007 Ksenya Kutepova Travelling with Pets Путешествие с домашними животными Puteshestvie c Domashnimi Zhivotnymi [14]
2007 Mariya Shalayeva Mermaid Русалка Rusalka [14]
2008 Kseniya Rappoport# Yuri's Day Юрьев день Yurev Den' [15]
2008 Darya Moroz (unknown)dagger Живи и помни Shchivi i Pomni [16]
2008 Chulpan Khamatova Paper Soldier Бумажный солдат Bumazhnyy Soldat [16]
2009 Natalya Negoda# (unknown)dagger Бубен, барабан Buren, Baraban [17]
2009 Svetlana Kryuchkova (unknown)dagger Похороните меня за плинтусом Pokhoronite Menya za Plintusom [18]
2009 Chulpan Khamatova (unknown)dagger Событие Sobytie [18]
2010 Anjorka Strechel# The Edge Край Kray [19]
2010 Ekaterina Klimova We Are from the Future 2 Мы из будущего 2 My iz Budushchevo 2 [20]
2010 Oksana Fandera (unknown)dagger Про любоff Pro Lyuboff [20]
2011 Kseniya Rappoport# (unknown)dagger Два дня Dva dnya [21]
2011 Nadezhda Markina Elena Елена Elena [22]
2011 Oksana Fandera Brothel Lights Огни притона Ogni pritona [22]
2012 Anna Mikhalkova# (unknown)dagger Любовь с акцентом Lyubov s aktsentom [23]
2012 Renata Litvinova (unknown)dagger Последняя сказка Риты Poslednaya skazka Rity [24]
2012 Roza Khairullina The Horde Орда Orda [24]
2013 Elena Lyadova# The Geographer Drank His Globe Away Географ глобус пропил Geograf globus propil [25]
2013 Yulia Aleksandrovna (unknown)dagger Горько! Gorko! [26]
2013 Svetlana Ivanova Legend No. 17 Легенда № 17 Legenda № 17 [26]
2014 Elena Lyadova# Leviathan Левиафан Leviafan [3]
2014 Darya Moroz The Fool Дурак Durak [27]
2014 Yulia Peresild Weekend Weekend [Уик-энд] Weekend [Uik-end] [27]

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References

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