Literary scholar, translator, and award-winning screenwriter. She is also Lead researcher at the Department of Correlation of Russian and Foreign Literature at Pushkinsky Dom – the Institute of Russian Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences. She has authored numerous articles on Russian-German literary connections. Marina Koreneva translated F. Nietzsche, R.M. Rilke, H. Hesse, S. Nadolny, W. Genazino, P. Handke, W. G. Sebald. She produced play adaptations for the Russian-language stage productions by Luk Perceval in Thalia-Theater and Baltiysky Dom Theatre: Othello (2003), Macbeth (2014), Romeo and Juliet (2018) and others. She composed German dialogues for the films by Alexander Sokurov Molokh (1999), Faustus (2011), and others. She was the Cannes Film Festival Award for the Best Screenplay (Molokh, 1999, directed by Sokurov).