Ukrainian film supervisor, manufacturer and also media magnate Alexander Rodnyansky is establishing a tv series based upon the book “All the Kremlin’s Men” by acclaimed Russian reporter Mikhail Zygar, Rodnyansky told Selection publication.
The series, which Rodnyansky described as a Russian “House of Cards,” will chart the surge of Vladimir Putin from a small KGB officer to head of state.
“‘ All the Kremlin’s Men’ will reveal to the worldwide target market just how step by step, Putin’s mind liquified into conspiracy theory concepts, and also just how individuals around him exploited his deep fears and also skepticism of Western values, which he constantly saw as negative lies,” Rodnyansky said.
The book by Zygar, which appeared in 2016 and focused on a series of interviews with Putin’s inner circle, came to be a bestseller and sold greater than 100,000 duplicates in Russia alone. Nobel Prize laureate Svetlana Alexievich called it “the most serious study of the occasions that took place in the previous 20 years.”
The collection will be created by Rodnyansky’s L.A.-based manufacturing firm AR Content. No air day was introduced.
Rodnyansky is among the globe’s most successful manufacturers as well as media magnates. His Russian-language movies have been box-office successes at home as well as abroad, with films like “Leviathan” as well as “Loveless” gathering myriad honors at European film festivals as well as around the world.
His Russian media business, CTC Media, was the very first Russian media firm to trade publicly on NASDAQ.