Jeremy Noble

Jeremy Mark Noble (born 9 July 1960) is an English writer, screenwriter, playwright and actor.[1][2]

Jeremy Noble
BornJeremy Mark Noble
(1960-07-09) 9 July 1960 (age 60)
Stanborough Park, Garston
OccupationWriter, screenwriter, playwright, actor
EducationMA English Literature
Alma materMagdalene College Cambridge

Early life and educationEdit

Noble attended King's School, Bruton, and read English Literature at Magdalene College, Cambridge, where he was supervised by the poet Geoffrey Hill, and graduated with a 2:1 in 1987. He won a Half Blue for polo, playing for Cambridge University against Oxford University (Cambridge won 3-2, 7 June 1987). He was Honorary Treasurer for Cambridge University Polo Club.[3]

CareerEdit

Noble moved to St. Petersburg, Russia, to become a writer.[4] He has since worked with various Russian cultural figures including Valery Gergiev, Alexander Sokurov, and Vladimir Bortko.[5]

Noble has written for The Washington Post,[6] St. Petersburg Press,[7] PN Review,[8] Literary Review,[9] Open Democracy Russia,[10] and Open Russia.[11] He has written extensively about Russian ballet, and for Dance Magazine.[12]

Noble has translated extensively from Russian into English, for major arts organisations and events,[13] the President of the Russian Federation,[14] and the Mayor of Moscow.[15]

Noble wrote the English-language dialogue for the 2005 film The Sun (directed by Alexander Sokurov). His play Marlene Made Me was shortlisted for the UK International Playwriting Festival, 2004. He was co-writer and guest historian for Glamour Puds, Series 2 Episode 9.[16]

He has been seen on Russian TV in the role of Dr Paulson in Peter the Great: The Testament, directed by Vladimir Bortko, and on Ukrainian TV in the role of President of the Council of Vampires in Split, directed by Vlad Lanne.[17]

Noble wrote the English-language dialogue for the 2015 film Dusha shpiona (in English The Soul of a Spy),[18] directed by Vladimir Bortko, starring Malcolm McDowell, Liam Cunningham, Sandrine Bonnaire, Fyodor Bondarchuk, and Andrey Chernyshov.

Noble co-wrote the book for Kingmaker the Musical, which received its premiere at the St James Theatre, London, 31 March 2015.[19]

He is the editor of Opposing Forces: Plotting the new Russia,[20] a published account of the conversation in Red Square, Moscow, between opposition leader[21]Alexei Navalny and the Polish intellectual and former dissident Adam Michnik.

His first novel Villa Eilenroc was published in 2016.[22]

Writing and acting creditsEdit

List of television, film and theatre credits
Year Title Notes
1995 The Glorious Tradition: A History of Russian Ballet Video film in two volumes; written and narrated by Jeremy Noble
1996 Smith Miranda Theatre, New York
1998 Tchaikovsky's Death
2004 Marlene Made Me Shortlisted UK International Playwriting Festival, 2004
2005 The Sun (in Russian Солнце) English-language dialogue by Jeremy Noble

Premiere: Berlin Film Festival 2005

Screened: New York Film Festival 2005

Screened: Toronto International Film Festival 2005

Screened: Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2005

2008 Дилер (in English The Dealer) Created, and co-written by Jeremy Noble [23]

Episode 1 Портрет Императора (in English Portrait of an Emperor)

Writers: Jeremy Noble, Albina Shulgina, Vadim Mikhailov

Episode 2 Наследница (in English The Heiress)

Writers: Jeremy Noble, Albina Shulgina, Vadim Mikhailov

Episode 3 Memento Mori (in English Memento Mori)

Writers: Jeremy Noble, Albina Shulgina, Vadim Mikhailov

Episode 4 Осквернители Могил (in English Tomb Raiders)

Writers: Jeremy Noble, Albina Shulgina, Vadim Mikhailov

Episode 5 Подделка (in English Fake)

Writers: Jeremy Noble, Albina Shulgina, Vadim Mikhailov

Episode 6 Портрет Неизвестноо (in English Portrait by an Unknown Artist)

Writers: Jeremy Noble, Albina Shulgina, Vadim Mikhailov

Episode 7 Старуха На Обочине (in English An Old Woman on the Edge)

Writers: Jeremy Noble, Albina Shulgina, Vadim Mikhailov

Episode 8 Медные Всадники (in English The Bronze Horsemen)

Writers: Jeremy Noble, Igor Shiritz

2010 Glamour Puds Season 2, Episode 9; co-writer and guest historian Jeremy Noble
2011 A Drunken Foreigner in Streets of Broken Lights (in Russian Улицы разбитых фонарей) Othello of the Northern Palmyra, Series 11 Episode 17 (in Russian Отелло Северной Пальмиры, 17 серия)[24]
2011 Dr Paulson in Peter the Great: The Testament (Петр Первый. Завещение. Rossiya TV, Russia) Premiere: "Rossiya 1" TV channel on 14 May 2011 (parts 1 and 2), and 15 May (parts 3 and 4).
2012 President of the Council of Vampires in Split (in Russian Сплит) Premiere: TET TV, Ukraine, 2011
2015 Dusha shpiona (in English The Soul of a Spy) English-language dialogue by Jeremy Noble

2015 Montreal World Film Festival: Official Selection

2015 Kingmaker the Musical Book by Jeremy Noble, Bill Robinson, Sophie Austin

Premiere: St James Theatre, London, 31 March 2015

BibliographyEdit

  • Noble, Jeremy (2016). Villa Eilenroc. London: Egret Press. ISBN 978-0-993386947
  • Noble, Jeremy (2016). Opposing Forces: Plotting the new Russia. London: Egret Press. ISBN 978-0-993386961
  • Noble, Jeremy (2000). Millennium of Russian Ballet 2001: Desk Diary. London: Russian Steppes. ISBN 978-1-928563068
  • Noble, Jeremy (1999). St. Petersburg: A Century of Russian Ballet - Desk Diary 2000. London: Russian Steppes. ISBN 978-1-928563006

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Biography Jeremy Noble", at kino-teatr.ru; retrieved 6 November 2012.
  2. ^ Evgenii Shapovalov, "Hero: Jeremy Noble, in the past – a British millionaire, today – a Russian screenwriter" Sobaka magazine, November 2006; pp. 194-197; retrieved 7 November 2012.
  3. ^ "Cambridge University Polo Club".
  4. ^ Kristina Moskalenko, Jeremy Noble, Джереми Ноубл: о русской экзотике, русской душе и карьере в России (in English 'Jeremy Noble: A Russian exotic, a Russian soul, and a career in Russia'), Angliya, 31 August 2016; retrieved 1 January 2018.
  5. ^ "The Soul of a Spy".
  6. ^ Jeremy Noble, "AFTER THE FALL; The Once-Elite Kirov Dancers Have Gained Artistic Freedom-But They May Have Lost Far More", The Washington Post, 6 March 1994; retrieved 6 November 2012.
  7. ^ Jeremy Noble, "Colours of Matisse Run Riot Inside The Hermitage", St. Petersburg Press, Number 20, 21–27 September 1993, front cover.
  8. ^ Jeremy Noble, "Soviet Facts and Russian Fiction", PN Review 94, Volume 20 Number 2, November - December 1993; pp. 8-10; retrieved 6 November 2012.
  9. ^ Jeremy Noble, "Strolls with Pushkin Abram Tertz", Literary Review, April 1994, p. 45.
  10. ^ Jeremy Noble, "Dear David", oDR, 2 September 2013; retrieved 1 January 2018.
  11. ^ Jeremy Noble, "Russian Propaganda is Sexually Transmitted", Open Russia, 18 January 2017; retrieved 1 January 2018.
  12. ^ Jeremy Noble, "Power of St. Petersburg: Maryinsky Legends", Dance Magazine, June 1999, Vol. LXXIII No. 6,pp. 57-64.
  13. ^ "Catalogue of the exhibition Lexus Hybrid Art 2011" at Artplay Design Centre, Moscow; translated into English by Jeremy Noble; 17 July 2012; retrieved 7 November 2012.
  14. ^ "Catalogue for the Best of Russia 2010 photography exhibition, with introduction by Dmitry Medvedev, President of the Russian Federation" Archived 23 October 2012 at the Wayback Machine at Winzavod Contemporary Art Centre, Moscow; translated into English by Jeremy Noble; January, 2012; retrieved 7 November 2012.
  15. ^ "Catalogue for the Best of Russia 2011 photography exhibition, with introduction by Sergei Sobyanin, Mayor of Moscow" Archived 23 October 2012 at the Wayback Machine, at Winzavod Contemporary Art Centre, Moscow; translated into English by Jeremy Noble; January, 2012; retrieved 7 November 2012.
  16. ^ "Careme in Russia"; Glamour Puds Season 2 Episode 9; first broadcast on Channel 4, 11 March 2010; guest historian, and co-written by Jeremy Noble; retrieved 7 November 2012.
  17. ^ "Сплит".
  18. ^ "Dusha shpiona".
  19. ^ "Kingmaker the Musical".
  20. ^ "Opposing Forces: Plotting the new Russia".
  21. ^ "Russia upholds ban on Putin's biggest rival Alexei Navalny from running in 2018 election".
  22. ^ "Villa Eilenroc".
  23. ^ "Дилер".
  24. ^ ""Улицы разбитых фонарей-11" (2011)".

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