Call number: DVD-1229



MEDVEDKIN, Aleksandr
Schast´e [Happiness]
Also known as Stiazhateli [The Money Grubbers]
Moskinokombinat, 1934; released 15 March 1935; French version, Slon, 1971
Photography Gleb Troianskii
Production design Aleksei Utkin
Music used in this restored version Modest Musorgskii
Khmyr´			Petr Zinov´ev
Anna, his wife		Elena Egorova
Nun			Liubov´ Nenasheva
With 			V. Uspenskii, G. Mirgorian, V. Lavrent´ev
62 minutes
French titles with optional English subtitles

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MEDVEDKIN, Aleksandr
Beregi zdorov´e [Look After Your Health] [Ménage ta santé]
Gosvoenkino, 1929
Photography V. V. Solov´ev

9 minutes
Silent with Russian titles and optional French or English subtitles

AND

MEDVEDKIN, Aleksandr
Kinogazeta No. 4 [Film Journal No. 4]
Kinopoezd Soiuzkinokhroniki, 1932

10 minutes
Silent with Ukrainian titles and optional French or English subtitles

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KARMAZINSKII, Nikolai
Kak zhivesh´, tovarishch gurnik? [How Are You, Comrade Miner?] [Comment vas-tu, camarade mineur?]
Kinopoezd Soiuzkinokhroniki, 1932
Photography E. Vogorov

10 minutes
Silent with Ukrainian titles and optional French or English subtitles

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KIN, Boris
Konveier [The Conveyer Belt] [Le Convoyeur]
Kinopoezd Soiuzkinokhroniki, 1932
Photography M. Lifshits

11 minutes
Silent with Russian titles and optional French or English subtitles

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MEDVEDKIN, Aleksandr
Derzhi vora [Stop, Thief!] [Au voleur!]
Soiuzkino, 1930
Reconstructed by Nikolai Izvolov, 1988, NII Kinoiskusstva and Muzei kino
Screenplay Aleksandr Medvedkin
Photography M. Vladimirskii
Soundtrack in the reconstruction taken from Igor´ Savchenko's film Garmon´

Petty thief 		V. Maslatsov
Thief tractor driver	Aleksandr Medvedkin
Old watchman		K. Gun
6 minutes
Russian titles with optional French or English subtitles

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MEDVEDKIN, Aleksandr
Tit, ili... Skaz o bol´shoi lozhke [Tit, or the Tale of the Big Spoon] [L'histoire de Tite]
Kinopoezd Soiuzkinokhroniki, 1932
Reconstructed by Nikolai Izvolov, 2000
Screenplay Aleksandr Medvedkin
Photography G. Troianskii
Assistant direcor B. Mitaikin
Text read by Evgenii Margolit

16 minutes
Russian titles with optional French or English subtitles

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio 4:3
Languages Menu languages: French and English
Optional French or English subtitles
Features The extra films listed above
The complete version of Aleksandr Medvedkin's monologue from Chris Marker's film Le Train en marche, 17 minutes, with the voice of François Périer and optional English subtitles
Booklet: 'Marker, Medvedkine, Oeuvres Croisées', including articles and documents edited by Bernard Eisenschitz
Source Arte video


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