Fedor Sergeyevich Bondarchuk (Russian: Фёдор Серге́евич Бондарчу́к born May 9, 1967) is a Russian film director, actor, producer, clipmaker, TV host. He is a founder of a production company Art Pictures Studio, creator of acclaimed movie The 9th Company (original title Russian: "9 рота") which became the most profitable Russian movie at the box office of 2005, the film won 7 movie awards and was 8-time nominated. In 2006 The 9th Company was a candidate from Russia to be nominated on Academy Award. Also Fedor Bondarchuk is producer of the 2006 film Heat, where he starred as himself with his mother Irina Skobtseva. Fedor directed a dilogy The Inhabited Island (1st part of it was the most profitable movie on the CIS area in 2009). Bondarchuk is a winner of TEFI award in 2003 (Tefi is the Russian equivalent of Emmy award) in nomination “The best host of the entertainment tv-show”. He is a winner of Golden Eagle Award in 2012 as the Best Actor.