Yevgenia Panfilova

Costume designer

Studied at the 1905 Moscow Art Academy, the Moscow Art Theatrе School, and the Polygraphic Institute. She has worked in theatre and cinema since the age of 16. She created her first costumes with Pavel Kaplevich for Vladimir Mirzoev's production of Twelfth Night (1999) and The Taming of the Shrew (1999) at the Stanislavsky Drama theatre.

She has designed costumes for more than 80 productions in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Krasnodar, Yaroslavl, Vilnius, and Riga. She has worked at: the Chekhov Moscow Art theatre, the Tovstonogov Bolshoi Drama Theatre, the Pyotr Fomenko Workshop Theatre, the Pokrovsky Chamber Stage, the Bolshoi Theatre, the Tabakov Theatre, the Mossoviet Theatre, Oleg Menshikov's 814 Theatre Association, the Yermolova Theatre, the Roman Viktyuk Theatre, the Pushkin Theatre, the Satirikon Theatre, the Malaya Bronnaya Theatre, the Vakhtangov Theatre, the Sovremennik Theatre, the National Youth Theatre, the ET CETERA Theatre, Novaya Opera, Drugoi Theatre, the Obraztsov Puppet Theatre, the Meyerhold Center, the Contemporary Play School, the School of Dramatic Art, and others.

She has collaborated with Roman Viktyuk, Yevgeny Kamenkovich, Kirill Serebrennikov, Andrei Moguchy, Konstantin Raikin, Nina Chusova, Oleg Menshikov, Sergei Golomazov, Pavel Safonov, Vladimir Ageev, Iosif Reichelgauz, Olga Subbotina, Marfa Gorvits, Yakov Lomkin, Yelena Poldi, Oleg Dolin, Gleb Cherepanov, Alexander Khukhlin, Mikhail Krylov, Igor Yatsko, Polina Agureeva, Alyona Lapteva, and Yevgeny Ibragimov.

She created the costumes for the operatic scenes in Pavel Lungin's film, The Queen of Spades (2016).

She worked as an artist at the Hope for Disabled Children charity festivals in 2013 and 2014. and many other social events.

Laureate of: the Seagull Prize (2004), the Moskovsky Komsomolets newspaper Prize (2007), the Golden Mask National Theatre Award (2015).
Nominee for the Nika National Film Award (2016), and the Golden Sofit theatre award (St. Petersburg 2017-2018).