Diana Galimzyanova

Diana Galimzyanova

Director and Screenwriter

Moscow, Russia

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About Diana

Diana Galimzyanova is a filmmaker and video artist based in Moscow, Russia. Her award-winning short films were accepted to more than seventy festivals in twenty countries, and her art pieces have been a part of group exhibitions in multiple countries. Her award-winning debut feature film, the first ever female-directed Russian film noir with reverse chronology, The Lightest Darkness is now available on VOD.

vimeo.com/ondemand/thelightestdarknessfilm

Loglines

  • A Fangirl

    A Fangirl Horror When a young woman goes to see her favorite band playing live, she brings a big sports bag of sharp tools with her.

Credits

  • Murder Girl

    Murder Girl (2020)
    Film (Horror) Director A narcissistic serial killer blogger must get rid of a stalker who terrorizes her before he reveals a secret that could destroy her popularity or before he gets her first.

  • Akramrya

    Akramrya (2018)
    Documentary (Documentary and Short) Director

  • The Perfect Life of a Perfect Couple in a Perfect House: Season 42

    The Perfect Life of a Perfect Couple in a Perfect House: Season 42 (2018)
    Film (Drama and Short) Director

  • The Lightest Darkness

    The Lightest Darkness (2017)
    Film (Mystery, Thriller and Film-Noir) Director When a neurotic private eye who struggles to finish the case takes a train voyage, his own dark secrets begin to reveal themselves.

  • Minotauress

    Minotauress (2017)
    Film (Horror and Short) Director An ancient story of a minotaur told from the point of view of the female minotaur.

  • Imaginary Fiend

    Imaginary Fiend (2015)
    Film (Drama, Thriller and Short) Director Everything goes wrong when an agoraphobic misanthropist orders himself an imaginary enemy.

  • February 28

    February 28 (2014)
    Film (Drama and Short) Director Guarded and aloof cancer survivor is trying to return to the normal life and forget the horrors of the defeated disease that are still haunting her. She finds a new job but it seems that she has nothing in common with other people. Socially withdrawing herself, she is stuck inside her own world filled with despair and flashbacks. Written by Diana Galimzyanova

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