There's an English translation of a TV interview with Boris Gelfand, and as the interview is substantive I recommend it as worth your time. Better still, the documentary film "The 61st Album" is available on that page, which looks at Gelfand's development as a player from his younger years, in part through the eyes of his doting father, and covers his very near miss in the world championship match with Viswanathan Anand in 2012 and its immediate aftermath. The film won an award, and rightly so. I very heartily recommend it, though I should point out that a couple of utterly unnecessary girlie pics make it potentially unsuitable for younger kids. (Better: just find that spot and skip over it.) That's a pity, as the movie could otherwise be watched by anyone of any age, and it is the kind of movie that could make for a great parent-child bonding experience. Anyway, that's obviously your decision to make, parents, but with that one minor caveat I recommend the film to chess player and non-chess player alike.
HT: David McCarthy