Sergei Davidoff

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Sergei Davidoff is a producer, director and author. His novel “Тюрьмерика” (Jail) about prisoners in the United States was written in a US prison where the author was not supposed to be, however… In his book he vividly describes inmates’ everyday life as well as sorrows and joys of the American prisoners. “Тюрьмерика” (Jail) is the first book of the trilogy. Next two books are planned to be released in 2021. The novel is currently in the process of translation into several foreign languages. Sergei started his career in 1990s in the genre of documentary film production in Moldova (former USSR), then continued his education at the American Film Institute (AFI) in Los Angeles. His credits include “To Each His Own Cinema”, “The Closer” and “Childhood”. His short film “Sweet Dreams” was premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and then screened at more than fifty international film festivals. “To Each His Own Cinema” was released at the Cannes Film Festival.

Sergei Davidoff is a producer, director and author. His novel “Тюрьмерика” (Jail) about prisoners in the United States was written in a US prison where the author was not supposed to be, however… In his book he vividly describes inmates’ everyday life as well as sorrows and joys of the American prisoners. “Тюрьмерика” (Jail) is the first book of the trilogy. Next two books are planned to be released in 2021. The novel is currently in the process of translation into several foreign languages. Sergei started his career in 1990s in the genre of documentary film production in Moldova (former USSR), then continued his education at the American Film Institute (AFI) in Los Angeles. His credits include “To Each His Own Cinema”, “The Closer” and “Childhood”. His short film “Sweet Dreams” was premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and then screened at more than fifty international film festivals. “To Each His Own Cinema” was released at the Cannes Film Festival.