Russian and Soviet Cinema

Ukrainian film studio VUFKU


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The Man With The Movie Camera:Dziga Vertov (1929)

Lenfilm on YouTube

The facilities and land of the Leningrad film studio were nationalized in 1918 and it was established as a Soviet State-funded film industry. Within just a few years it bore several different names, such as "Petrograd Cinema Committee" and "SevZapKino" among various others. In 1923 the nationalized Aquarium garden was merged with "SevZapKino" and several smaller studios to form the Soviet State-controlled film industry in St. Petersburg. During 1924 - 1926 it was temporarily named Leningrad Film Factory Goskino and eventually changed its name several times during the 1920s and 1930s. In 1934 it was named Lenfilm (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lenfilm)


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Chapaev (1934) by Vasil'ev brothers (Братья Васильевы)


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The General Line(1929)- Eisenstein


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Days of Eclipse (1988)-Sokurov


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Sto za odnogo (1941)


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Человек - амфибия (1962). a trailer.

Mosfilm on YouTube

Mosfilm is a film studio often described as the largest and oldest in Russia and in Europe. Its output includes most of the more widely-acclaimed Soviet-era films, ranging from works by Tarkovsky and Eisenstein, to Red Westerns, to the Akira Kurosawa co-production and the epic Война и Мир / War and Peace. (Source: http://www.youtube.com/channel/HCxQThQOtbk6M)


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Battleship Potemkin


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Да здравствует Мексика!=¡Que viva México! (1930)By Sergei M. Eisenstein
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