Efim Dzigan

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Efim Lvovich Dzigan (Russian: Ефим Дзиган) (14 December 1898 – 31 December 1981) was a Soviet film director. Dzigan was born in Moscow. In 1938, his film If War Comes Tomorrow was presented in Cannes; in 1941, Dzigan was awarded the Stalin Prize for it.

Filmography (partial)

Director

  • First Cornet Streshniov (1928)
  • White Rider (1929)
  • The Court Must Proceed (1930)
  • Woman's World (1932)
  • The Sailors of Kronstadt (Мы из Кронштадта) (1936)
  • If War Comes Tomorrow (1938)
  • Dzhambul (1947 )
  • Prologue (1956)
  • Wind from the East (1959)
  • Eternal Fire (1964)
  • Torrents of Steel (1968)
  • North, South, East, West (1971)

Awards

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