Alexey Fedorchenko was born in 1966 in Sol-Iletsk, in the Orenburg Region of Siberia. After engineering studies he worked on space defence projects in a factory in Sverdlovsk (Ekaterinburg). In 1990, he became an official economist and then deputy director of the Sverdlovsk State Studio. Since 2000, he has managed the studio’s production department, and participated in the production of over 80 films. He has studied dramaturgy at the Russian National Film Institute, and written screenplays for documentaries that were awarded numerous prizes at festivals worldwide. Since 2004, Alexey Fedorchenko is a co-owner, film director and general producer of the 29th February Film Company. Currently he lives and works in Ekaterinburg.
Extraordinary Concert (doc., 2000), David (doc., 2002), Children of White Grave (doc., 2003), The First on the Moon (2005), Shosho (2006), Railway (2008), Banya Day (doc., 2008), Shuvgey Wind (doc., 2009), Silent Souls (2010), Australia (doc., 2012), Chronoeye (short, 2012), Celestial Wives of the Meadow Mari (2012), Angels of Revolution (2014), Breathing (short, 2017), Anna’s War (2018), Cinema of the Era of Change (doc., 2019), Last Dear Bulgaria (2021), Coin of the Malawi Country (doc., 2021), Big Snakes of Ulli-Kale (2022)