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Emma Bobrova

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Emma Bobrova
Native nameЭмма Боброва
BornEmma Bobrova
(1993-01-05) January 5, 1993 (age 28)
Almaty, Kazakhstan
🏳️ NationalityRussian Jewish
Emma Lourié
🏳️ Citizenship United States
🎓 Alma materCalifornia Institute of the Arts
💼 Occupation
actress, filmmaker, model, visual artist

Emma Bobrova (Russian: Эмма Боброва, born January 5, 1993), also known as Emma Lourié, is an actress, filmmaker, model and visual artist. She is often referred to as the ‘muse of avant-garde,’ and is known for her work with James Franco, The Wooster Group, Philippe Grandrieux, Lewis Klahr, Lars Jan, Zanete Skarule and many others. She has appeared in such films as Zeroville (2019) and Fable (2019), which has been a part of Riga International Film Festival and Modernism Week in Palm Springs.[1][2][3][4] She is also one of the founders and original members of Punk Rock Film Circle, a film society and a production company, which focuses on making art films and has starred in more than 25 of their films.[5][6][7]

Early Life[edit]

Emma was born on January 5, 1993 in Almaty to a Russian Jewish family and moved to Los Angeles at the age of 15. She attended private boarding art high school and went on to graduate from California Institute of the Arts.[8][9]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role
2009 Forget-Me-Not Girl
2015 My Time with the Desendants of Atlantis Emma
2016 Power Vicki
Poison Cleopatra
Delay Action Agnes
Breathless Patricia
2017 Spectrum Kitty
Run-Through Debbie
Rose is a.. Rose
Red
Mak Sasha
Lavender
In the Mirror Room
Why is it so dark in here?
Hallway Triptych
Now I Feel Like the King
Every First Love of Yours..
2018 River of Pearls Margo
Coco's Coco
2019 Orange Guinevere
Fable Actress
Zeroville Movie Star Ghost
2020 False Cosmos Grace
Coloring Book Charlotte
A Sudden Usually Amy
Fast Tracking Nico
Chinatown Jane

References[edit]

  1. Kultūra, DELFI (2019-08-20). "Riga IFF īsfilmu programmas atklāšanā – sešas spilgtas pirmizrādes". delfi.lv (in latviešu). Retrieved 2020-09-17.
  2. "Rīgas Starptautisko kino festivāla īsfilmu programmu atklās ar sešām pirmizrādēm | Ziņas | LETA". www.leta.lv. Retrieved 2020-09-17.
  3. "RIGA IFF īsfilmu programmas atklāšanā – sešas spilgtas pirmizrādes". Rīts.lv, Latvijas kultūras portāls (in latviešu). 2019-08-20. Retrieved 2020-09-17.
  4. "RIGA IFF īsfilmu programmas atklāšanā – sešas spilgtas pirmizrādes | Dzeltenais.lv". www.dzeltenais.lv (in latviešu). 2019-08-20. Retrieved 2020-09-17.
  5. "Девушка из Алматы строит успешную карьеру в Голливуде". 365info.kz (in русский). Retrieved 2020-09-17.
  6. "Fabula". RIGA IFF. Retrieved 2020-09-17.
  7. "Fable". Poets & Writers. 2019-12-30. Retrieved 2020-09-17.
  8. "Казахстанская актриса Эмма Боброва - девушка-андеграунд". mk-kz.kz (in русский). Retrieved 2020-09-17.
  9. "Девушка из Алматы строит успешную карьеру в Голливуде". 365info.kz (in русский). Retrieved 2020-09-17.


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