Svetlana Filippova was born in 1968 in Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan. Graduating in 1991 from Kazakh State University, she went on to complete The High Course for scriptwriters and film directors as animation film director in 1997. One of the most famous animation women in Russia, this well-known artist features in the Second Edition of Animacam three of her movies:
The night has come was her first animation work. The artist, using new amazing technique and introducing novelties in animation view and art- experimenting and using arena technique- tries to explain us a simple message: The night is indivisible, it is same for all, but it is different for eeverybody. With Sarah's Tale, looking for a different way to tell a universal story, and finding a new picture and image in animation, with amazing drawings and worked background into a black and white production. How many times do you have to lose love before you loose yourself? And what does this mean if you are a poet? And in case of a poet within Russian Revolution?
A film with Russian archive material of 1920th - 1930th and modern animation.
That's the matter of Three love stories, the incredible historic tale featured, drawed, animated and created by Svetlana.