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Alexander Rodnyansky’s Cyprus Company Faces Bankruptcy Lawsuit

A German court has filed a $2.3 million insolvency action against a film company owned by famed Russian producer Alexander Rodnyansky ('Leviathan,' 'Loveless'), claiming it owes money to creditors of now-defunct German film group A Company.

German Court Orders $2.28M Payout by Alexander Rodnyansky’s A.R. Films

A German court has ordered a company owned by famed Russian producer Alexander Rodnyansky (Loveless, Leviathan) to pay out $2.28 million (€2 million) in a lawsuit linked to the insolvency proceedings of German production and licensing group A Company.

Oscar Winner Kevin Macdonald and ‘Leviathan’ Producer Team Up for Pre-Holocaust Doc

Russian producer Alexander Rodnyansky ('Loveless,' 'Leviathan') is teaming up with Oscar-winning director Kevin Macdonald to make a documentary focused on the little known pre-Holocaust refugee crisis that played out around 1938.

Golden Arch Awards: Oscar-Nominated ‘Loveless’ Wins Best Movie

The film also won for best director and cinematography at the ceremony honoring movies from 32 countries in Eastern Europe and West Asia.

East-West: The Golden Arch Award Established in Russia for Eurasian Movies

The inaugural ceremony of the local version of the Golden Globes is scheduled for April 14.

‘Loveless’ Director Andrey Zvyagintsev Teams With Paramount on First TV Series

Paramount Television will produce the as-yet-untitled Russian-language thriller, which the filmmaker developed with screenwriting partner Oleg Negin.

‘Leviathan’ Star Stirs Controversy, Says Russians Are “Rude” and “Arrogant”

Alexei Serebryakov, star of Andrei Zvyagintsev's Golden Globe-winning film, is facing a backlash in his home country after making the statements.

Roger Deakins Wins American Society of Cinematographers Award

The winner of the ASC feature competition went on to win the Oscar in six of the past 10 years.

‘Salyut-7’ Wins Best Russian Movie at Golden Eagles Ceremony

Meanwhile, Andrei Zvyagintsev picks up the best director’s award for Oscar-nominated 'Loveless.'

ASC Awards: ‘Mudbound’ Cinematographer Rachel Morrison Becomes First Woman Nominated in Features

Roger Deakins, Bruno Delbonnel, Hoyte Van Hoytema and Dan Laustsen are also nominated in the category.

Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick the Best Foreign-Language Films of 2017

From a Chilean character study about a grieving trans woman to a French cannibal flick, a scathing indictment of Israeli military culture, a hushed Japanese family drama and more, here are the best foreign-language movies of the year.

Andrey Zvyagintsev’s ‘Loveless’ Trailer Previews a Son’s Disappearance (Exclusive Video)

The tense drama, which won the Cannes jury prize, is Russia's foreign-language film Oscar submission.