Mikhail Patlasov graduated as a feature film director from the workshop of I. Khamrayev at the St. Petersburg State University of Cinema and Television in 2011. He also studied at the Russian State Institute of Cinematography (VGIK), workshop of Professor I. Yasulovich.
Films made by M. Patlasov as a student: documentaries: Indian Cinema, Drain, short feature films: Poem of the Manneken Pis, The World Crisis, An Infectious Tragedy and also The black curl and I need a room based on the stories by Averchenko.
Mikhail Patlasov was one of the winners of the VI Student Films Festival, PITERKIT 2006, and received the top theater prize of St. Petersburg Golden Soffit - 2012 in Debut nomination.
The performance Antibodies is the director’s debut at the theatre.