The film studio “Non-stop production”, which shot “Stalingrad”, “Chernobyl”, “Leviathan” and “Dylda”, lost its main founder. Film director and producer Alexander Rodnyansky ceased to be its owner.

Alexander Rodnyansky ceased to be the owner of the studio that shot “Leviathan”, “Stalingrad” and “Chernobyl”

Rodnyansky himself told RBC about Rodnyansky’s departure from Non-Stop Production. According to him, he will focus more on the production of international films and series for global distribution. Whether he sold his stake in the study, Rodnyansky did not respond.

Alexander Rodnyansky owned a 99.8% stake in Non-Stop Production. The full share went to Alexander Chukanov, who was appointed head of the studio a week before the deal. 0.1% each in the company belongs to Cypriot and Luxembourgish companies.

Non-Stop Production film studio is known for producing several blockbusters and international award nominated films like Stalingrad, Leviathan, Dylda, the first part of Inhabited Island.

In 2021, Non-Stop Production worked with a turnover of 456 million rubles with a net loss of 155.6 million rubles.

Author:

Kirill Bilyk

Source: RB

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