Natalya Guzeeva

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Natalya Guzeeva
BornKiev, USSR
OccupationAuthor, scriptwriter
Genreschildren's film, children's literature
SpouseMichael Margulis (husband)
ChildrenElena Margulis

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Natalya Guzeeva, the author of the book and literary script “23 insults” is one of the most known children’s book authors and cinematographers in Ukraine (previous Soviet Union). Her characters “Petryk Pyatochkin” and “Kapitoshka” have been important companions during childhood for many generations and her books have sold over 7 million copies.


Natalya Guzeeva's roles are various: writer, screenwriter, translator, member of National Union Cinematographers of Ukraine (NUCU), Laureate of the State Prize of Lesya Ukrainka (2015). The character, “Petryk Pyatochkin” is 30 years old and enjoys great popularity in form of books and animation series. This redhead boy has become a nation-wide symbol and a psychological term for a child who is a fidget and a dreamer. From Businessman, to politicians, to advertisers, the quotes of the cartoons of “Kapitoshka” and “Petryk Pyatochkin” have become a common sense.

Scripts of animated movies[edit]

  • "Kapitoshka”, directed by Boris Khranevich
  • “Vozvrashaisya, Kapitoshka!” (“Come back, Kapitoshka”), directed by Boris Khranevich
  • “Yak Petryk Pyatochkin slonykiv rakhuvav” (“Petryk Pyatochkyn”), directed by Aleksandr Viken
  • "Love and death of ordinary potatoes", dir. N. Marchenkova, In 1990 nominated for the National Cinema Award "Nick".
  • "The Work on Grandfather", dir. N. Marchenkova
  • "This is something else", dir. N. Marchenkova
  • "Sweet Life", dir. L. Tkachikova (plot from the collection "We are Women"
  • "It was boring", dir. L. Tkachikova
  • "Poplar", dir. V. Kostylyov, based on the poem by T. Shevchenko
  • "Mavi Adventures", 4 episodes of an animation series for French television, 1995
  • "Khalabudka", dir. M. Depoyan, 2014 (NSCU Award for Best Motion Picture 2014 Winner State Prize for them. Lesya Ukrainka, 2015, Special jury prize at the festival "Alpinale", Austria, 2015. Prize for the best children's film "Golden Brick", International Animation Festival "Animax Skopje Fest "Macedonia, 2015
  • “Myshko and Dzvinka” animated series, directed by L. Tkachikova, 2016-2018.


Publishing series:

  • “Veselka” (“Rainbow”), “Azbuka” (“Alphabet”), “Chas Maystriv” (“Time of Maters”), Edipress, Staroho Leva (“Old Lion's”), etc. Edition of over 7 million copies.
  • “Nevidimka” (“Invisible”) was published in Germany
  • “Divchinka Olenka” (“Girl Olenka”) was published in Italy, Kazakhstan and Belarus.

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