The Inner Circle
1992, dir. Andrei Konchalovsky
Russian dubbing – Ivan

To Those That Come After
1999, docudrama
Co-director, co-screenwriter, actor
2000, radioplay, dir. Marlen Khutziyev
Voice of Pushkin
Rehearsing Pushkin
2001, TV play
Co-director, actor
The Adagietto, Mahler's Fifth Symphony
2001, dance program

The dance/pantomine solo was performed by Yevgeny as part of the tenth anniversary celebration of The Russian Seasons State Dance Company.
Andrei Belykh. Hunting Down an Angel, or The Four Loves of a Poet and Prophet
2002, documentary, dir. Andrei Osipov
Paulo Coelho's The Alchemist
2003, audiobook
The Nutcracker
2004, animated
Voice of the Prince/the Nutcracker
Die sieben letzten Worte unseres Erlösers am Kreuze
2004, oratorio, dir. Yuri Bashmet

Franz Joseph Haydn's Die sieben Worte (1787) and Sofia Gubaidulina's composition by the same name (1982) were performed by the Moscow Soloists Chamber Orchestra on December 19, 2004 at Moscow's Pushkin Museum as part of the annual December Evenings Music Festival.
Playing Shakespeare
2004, documentary, dirs. Mikhail Kozakov and Maksim Shikhov

Actor Mikhail Kozakov's docudrama, an attempt to evaluate Shakespeare's place in the Russian theater of the latter half of the 20th century, includes footage from famous Shakespearean productions, among them Peter Stein's Hamlet.
First Night with Oleg Menshikov
2004, The NTV Channel's New Year's special, dir. Maksim Vitorgan

The holiday concert featured a performance of the Beatles' Can't Buy Me Love by the group Pyatnizza with a saxophone solo by Yevgeny Mironov.
The Virtuosos of Moscow Turn 25
2005, anniversary concert
Performed the part of an angry audience member in a humorous interlude
Yevgeny Mironov. Nothing Personal
2006, documentary, dir. Pyotr Shepotinnik
Wolfhound of the Grey Dog Clan
2006, dir. Nikolai Lebedev
Dubbing – Tylorn

It Doesn't Hurt
2006, dir. Aleksei Balabanov
Dubbing – Misha

Tales of the Old Piano
2006, animated
Voice of the Cat
100 Minutes of Poetry
2006, dir. Kirill Serebrennikov

On October 26, 2006, an evening of poetry reading entitled 100 Minutes of Poetry was held at the Polytechnical Museum of Moscow as part of the TERRITORIЯ Festival. Choosing their locale in honor of the legendary poetry readings that took place at the Museum during the early part of the 20th century, stage director Kirill Serebrennikov and leading Russian actors joined forces to present contemporary poetry to a wide audience in a cutting-edge, exciting visual format. The works of young poets were performed by distinguished artists of stage and screen, accompanied by music, sound effects, video and graphics.
2007, liturgical drama, dirs. Kirill Serebrennikov and Teodor Currentzis

The second annual TERRITORIЯ Festival was concluded with an event that was simultaneously the Russian premiere of the oratorium De temporum fine comoedia by German composer Carl Orff (1895-1982) and the first joint effort by director Kirill Serebrennikov and conductor Teodor Currentzis. The would-be creators of a new era in Russian theater, who propose to get rid of the stale clichés in stage representation in favor of new forms, have chosen to deliver their message through one of the oldest peformance genres which has stood the test of time – liturgical drama, or the mystery play, a complex collective religious ritual that includes theatrical elements. This ambitious project, which embraced the parallel history of two 20th-century empires – Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany – became a philosophical dispute on the nature of atheism. The drama, featuring a lights show, a massive orchestra, and renowned stage actors and opera singers supported by a cast of theater students from all over Russia, was performed once, on October 14, 2007, as part of the TERRITORIЯ Festival in Moscow.
Romeo and Juliet
2009, musical drama, dir. Vladimir Pankov
Special video apperance as Escalus, Prince of Verona
Phonogram of Passion
2010, erotic thriller, dir. Nikolai Lebedev
Co-producer, recipient of the 2010 Snyato! Awards Special Prize
Belka and Strelka, Star Dogs
2010, winner of the 2010 Golden Eagle Award for Best Animated Film
Voice of Venya the Rat
On My Own Two Feet
2010, documentary, dir. Nataliya Shaginian-Needham
Narrator, cameo appearances
Three Days in the Life of Yuri Gagarin
2011, documentary, dir. Aleksandr Slavin
The Rooster Towel
2011, radioplay
Yevgeny Mironov reads the Mikhail Bulgakov story for "Radio of Russia"

Yevgeny Mironov. Name as Obligation
2011, documentary, dir. Konstantin Smilga