The Idea

"The Master and Margarita" Movie Announcement by Alexander Golberg Jero


The creative mind of Alex Goldberg Jero is currently working on the new CGI animation film Master and Margarita. Goldberg Jero is the first winner of the famous First Surround Music Awards, winning the Best New Surround Music Composition award, presented by United Entertainment 2002. His projects have been acclaimed by enthusiasts and experts. His expansive experience in the industry includes composing more than 200 high definition audio titles, which were praised by critics in the surround music sector.

Alex Goldberg Jero will bring his surround music magic to The Master and Margarita film in a way that audiences have never seen before. His work will bring an atmospheric magic to the dark and twisted storyline of The Master and Margarita, which is about the story of the devil going to Moscow in disguise as a professor, causing trouble in the societal elite. The Master is an author of an unpublished novel dying in a psychiatric hospital, and his lover, Margarita, decides to sell her soul to the devil in order to save her beloved.

The Master and Margarita, written by the Soviet author Mikhail Bulgakov between 1928 and 1940. The book, written during the Stalinist government, reflects the darkness of that period. Stalin banned it because of its content, as it could have caused trouble to the country. It is one of the most famous books in literature and many of its phrases have become idioms and sayings; for example, "cowardice is the most terrible of vices."

The novel has been translated into more than 40 languages and it is one of the most acclaimed works of literature globally. Its animation film will be a success both in Russiaand overseas, because of its literary value as well as because of the work going behind it. It will be definitely loved by any type of audience, from children to adults. Alex Goldberg Jero will bring his talent into every scene of the film, breathing life into it and turning it into a true masterpiece.

About Alexander Goldberg Jero
Born in Moscow, Golberg Jero was raised in a classical music environment. He graduated from Moscow Music College and State Academy in 1996, then moved to New York City, where he studied at the prestigious Parsons School of Design. He worked with multiple New York artists before moving to Detroit, where he started performing multichannel surround sound techno music, which also took roots from classical music. He is a well-rounded artist, with knowledge that goes from traditional musical approaches to technology, and, of course, soundtracks. 


Image of Alexander Golberg Jero will be used to create the Character of Woland.


The classic Russian novel The Master and Margarita will be turned into an incredible animation feature film soon, and its promising production is already suggesting that it will be a success. The story has a world-famous literary background. It was written by the Soviet writer Mikahil Bulgakov between 1928 and 1940, then banned by the Stalinist government because of its then-controversial subject matters. The national and international appeal of the film is definitely expected thanks to the notoriety of the novel, that will attract large audiences to theatres, besides younger audiences that will be interested in the magical storyline and, of course, its animation element. 

The original story is about the character of the Master, a writer of an unpublished book who ends up in a psychiatric hospital because of his ideologies, which contrast with the ones of the government. His wife, Margarita, sells her own soul to the devil, masked as Professor Woland, in order to save her husband from doom. 

Alexander Goldberg Jero, a critically-acclaimed and award-winning producer and music composer, will work one this exciting new animation film, bringing his musical talent and technological abilities into its production. Born in Moscow and musically educated in America, Alexander Goldberg Jero will bring his unique approach into The Master and Margarita. From soundtrack to narrative to character design, Goldberg Jero will bring new and fresh inspirations into the production of this exciting new film. 

Interestingly, his very own image will be used to create the character of Professor Woland, the devil himself, as a basis to create the perfect antagonist. Woland is arguably one of the most famous and original evil characters in literature, and definitely one of the most unusual representations of the devil. Finding the perfect features for the animated film version of The Master and Margarita is something that only an expert producer like Goldberg Jero could be able to do. Of course, the famous music composer and Woland do not share much in common in terms of their personalities, but Jero’s facial features are perfect for the design of a character that will not only be the perfect villain, but also a charming and multi-faceted one. 

The fact that Goldberg Jero will work on the film as a producer is a guarantee that he will contribute to the character design with his talents and knowledge, so audiences should definitely not expect a boring antagonist. The producer will bring his own unique approach to Woland, both from a visual and directorial outlook, raising audience’s excitement for the film’s future release.  

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Margarita's Flight

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Eternal Refuge

Project Beneficiary

Sergey Shilovsky


Sergei Shilovsky had this to say: “My grandmother Elena Sergeevna was Bulgakov’s wife for eight years, until the death of the writer in 1940. Because of her love for Bulgakov, Elena Sergeevna divorced my grandfather, who was a high-ranking and well-off person. He was the general of the Red Army. If you remember, Margarita escaped her husband who was a big Soviet official. There is rich history in my family after this happened. The children of this divorce were divided. The elder son of this couple, my uncle, stayed with his father who would later marry Alexei Tolstoy’s daughter. My father went on to live with Elena Sergeevna and Bulgakov. This is how I became the owner of the rights to his works.”


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