born: Leningrad, Russia
bred: NeW yOrK cItY
B.F.A. (Film & TV): NYU's Tisch School Of The Arts
I'm proud to offer my technical film knowledge, my writing, editing, and directing abilities; and I treasure most my commitment to inspirit any creative family I work with, awakened by my fifteen month adventure around the world — the best picture I've ever seen.
I’m shaken and stirred by new places, new faces, all the while traveling within my own undiscovered self.
I'm available for all kinds of creative endeavors: features, shorts, documentaries, music videos, fashion films, photography assignments, and travelogues.
. . . and may my words get into all kinds of hands; and may yours end up in mine.
- Boris Riabov
Name: Boris A. Riabov
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Occupation: Filmmaker, Screenwriter, Editor, Cinematographer, Assistant Editor, Photographer (Still) and Videographer
Television (Comedy and Reality-TV) Miscellaneous Crew Each episode contains a regime of multiple challenges in teams, independently or against specific jokers in a head to head challenge. Every time they fail to complete a task the joker will receive a red thumbs down. The joker with the most thumbs down after the series of challenges is the loser who has to complete an extremely embarrassing or difficult task in which the jokers cannot say no to. These Loser Challenges have consisted of dangerous stunts and some scary scenes! Written by Sam Sneddon
3 Teams: A Youth Sports Story
Film (Documentary) Editor Over 40 million kids play Youth Sports in America and One Man--Rob, a dad, a son of a coach, a former NCAA Division 1 player thinks the way we approach youth sports today has gone terribly wrong. He sets out to find the problems and seek solutions meanwhile coaching his three kids' (8, 11 & 13 years old) basketball teams. 3 Teams: A Youth Sports Story hopes to shed some light on the issues that face parents and coaches of youth sports and hopefully provide some answers and ways for the kids to have fun and take home some lessons for life. Written by Anonymous
Film (Short and Thriller) Editor A Russian immigrant deals with the sick and twisted aftermath of a pre-partum depression. Her older lover impregnates her, and a series of hallucinations ensue.
A Day in the Life of a Dancist American
Film (Documentary, Short, Comedy, History and 1 More) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director A day in the shoes of a Dancist American in New York City, set against the historical journey of the Dancist followers' strife in the turbulent cultural climate of the mid-twentieth century.
Make Way for My Way
Film (Short, Drama, Music and Romance) Editor Witness the last twenty-four hours of friendship between Arthur Abbey and Paul Carnival: two young musicians dealing with the imminent departure of Paul for the Navy to provide for his wife, Veronica, and their infant son, Christopher.
Film (Thriller) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 25 year old Danny Hill's grandmother just died giving Danny the chance to move into her enormous rent controlled apartment in Manhattan. Danny must lock himself in for twelve days before he can take over the lease. There's just one problem -- he may not be the only occupant. Written by anonymous
Momma Would Be Proud
Film (Short and Drama) Visual effects A troubled inmate lures his guards into his world and uses them to attempt an escape.
Film (Short and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Sam, a lost soul, wanders aimlessly through the waterfront streets of Brooklyn when he happens upon three men who attempt to rob him. Realizing he hasn't anything of value, they take out their frustrations on him until a stranger appears from the darkness and rescues him. The stranger carries Sam to a late night bar where they sit for a cup of coffee. In the ensuing conversation the men get to know each other and we learn of the life-changing incident that that has caused them to cross paths on this night. Written by Anonymous
New York University (New York, NY)