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Andrei Tarkovsky’s objective in Ivan’s Childhood was, in his own words, “to establish whether or not I had it in me to be a director.” He succeeded brilliantly: this austere, minimalist, and poetic film was the first major accomplishment .

Vsevolod Pudovkin

The five principles of editing

Aleksandr Sokurov. Photo by Luka Umek.

“Even God Was Overcome by Laziness”: An interview with Aleksandr Sokurov

Sergei Mikhailovich Eisenstein

Sergei Mikhailovich Eisenstein

Sergei Mikhailovich Eisenstein

Sergei Mikhailovich Eisenstein

The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1926)

Vsevolod Pudovkin, the silent revolutionary

In 1926 a young Russian escaped from prison on a block of ice - and changed the course of film history. Jonathan Jones on the work of Vsevolod Pudovkin

Sergei Loznitsa - film director

Sergei Loznitsa - film director

Sergei Loznitsa - film director

Sergei Loznitsa - film director

Russian Empire & Soviet Cinema: The Silent Era - Movie List on mubi.com

Sergei Eisenstein (Jan 1898 - Soviet filmmaker, who theorized that film montage is ideographic writing with revolutionary potential. Eisenstein created iconic films such as Battleship Potemkin and Alexander Nevsky…

International Cinema Review: Yevgeni Bauer | Twilight of a Woman's Soul, After Death, and The Dying Swan

three films by yevgeni bauer alone in a society of dependants by Douglas Messerli V.

Vera Karalli and Vitold Polonsky in THE DYING SWAN (1917)

Vera Karalli and Vitold Polonsky in THE DYING SWAN (1917)

Movie Review - Storm over Asia - THE SCREEN; The Silver Fox Skin. - NYTimes.com

Movie Review - Storm over Asia - THE SCREEN; The Silver Fox Skin. - NYTimes.com

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