Rustam Ibragimbekov was a Soviet and Azerbaijani screenwriter, playwright, and producer, well known beyond his home Azerbaijan and the former Soviet Union.
Rustam Ibragimbekov moved on from Azerbaijan Oil and Chemistry Institute, then, at that point, considered scriptwriting and movie coordinating at the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography in Moscow.
How did Rustam Ibragimbekov Die?
Rustam Ibragimbekov died at his home in Moscow, on 11 March 2022, at the age of 83.
Rustam Ibragimbekov Cause of Death
Ibragimbekov died after a long illness at his home in Moscow, on 11 March 2022.
Rustam Ibragimbekov Children
Rustam Ibragimbekov is survived by two children namely; Fatima Ibragimbekova and Fuad Ibragimbekov.
Fatima Ibragimbekov is an actress and writer, known for A Trap for the Ghost, (2011) and Fuad Ibragimbekov is also a writer and producer who was born on March 31.
Rustam Ibragimbekov Wife
Rustam Ibragimbekov married two wives namely; Shohrat Ibrahimbeyova and Lyudmila Dukhovnaya.
The marriage between Rustam Ibragimbekov and Shohrat Ibrahimbeyova resulted in the birth of Fuad Ibrahimbeyov, however, they divorced along the way.
Ibragimbekov married actress Lyudmila Dukhovnaya with whom he had a daughter named Fatima.
Lyudmila is an actress who was born on 23 October 1944. She hails from Baku, Azerbaijan. The actress has risen to prominence for her roles in the films The Golden Goose, Find That Girl
Rustam Ibragimbekov Awards
- Honoured Artist of Azerbaijan SSR (23.12.1976)
- Lenin Komsomol Prize (1979) – for the screenplays of White Sun of the Desert (1969), A Tale Chekist (1969) and plays Home on the Sand (1976), Interrogation, or Moment of Truth (1978)
- State Prize of Azerbaijan SSR (1980) – a script for the film Birthday (1978)
- USSR State Prize (1981) – for the screenplay Interrogation (1979)
- State Prize of the Russian Federation (1993) – a script for the film Urga (1991); for the screenplay of the film Burnt by the Sun (1994); for the screenplay of the film White Sun pusyni (1969); for the screenplay of the film The Barber of Siberia (1998)
- Academy Award (“Oscar”) for Best Foreign Language Film, Burnt by the Sun (1994, American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences)
- Honoured Artist of Russia (December 28, 1995)
- Grand Prix of the MTF of the Commonwealth of Independent States countries (1998)
- Order of Merit for the Fatherland, 3rd class (9 February 1999) – for outstanding contribution to the development of national cinematography
- Prize for best feature film of the Interregional Festival “Eurasia Kaleidoscope” (2000)
- Diploma of the Moscow City Duma (2009)
- Honorary member of the Arts
- Golden Orange (2011)