Pjotr Buslow

Name: Pjotr Wiktorowitsch Buslow (Пётр Викторович Буслов) Director / Producer


Birthdate: 01.06.1976

Nationality: Russian

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Biography:  Buslow born in Chabrowsk, Soviet Union studied at the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography in Moscow. In 2003 he made ​​his debut film ‘Bimmer‘ . The budget of the film was $ 700,000 . Previously, he played a 1.6 million U.S. dollars. Bumer was awarded at several Russian Film Festivals. Buslow turned then in 2006 the continuation ‘Bumer 2’ ( Бумер Фильм второй .) .
He was also director of the television series Nasha Russia ( Наша Russia) and 2009 together with Alexei German, Boris Khlebnikov, Kirill Serebrennikov and Ivan Vyrypaev one of the five directors of the film ‘Korotkoje samykanije’, which was shown at the Film Festival in Venice in 2009.
In 2010 he was one of the five Russian directors who at the sponsored by Wrigley’s short film project, called ‘experiment FIVE’ took part with his film ‘Sunrise/ Sunset’.
In 2011 he directed the film ‘Vysotsky – Thank you for my life‘, a film about the poet and actor Wladimir Semjonowitsch Wyssozki.


In October 2015 Buslow released his Film ‘Родина/ Motherland‘, written by Alexey Shipenko and Adrej Migatschev, and produced by Actober Films and CTB Film Company.

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P.  Buslow is married and lives with his family in Moscow.