Call number: DVD-1695



Les plus grands réalisateurs russes

This consists of the following eight films:

DOVZHENKO, Aleksandr
Iagodka liubvi [Love's Berry] [Le petit fruit de l'amour]

also known as 'Parikmakher Zhan Kolbasiuk' and 'Zhenit´ba Kapki'
VUFKU, Ialta, 1926
Screenplay Aleksandr Dovzhenko
Photography Daniil Demutskii and I. Rona
Production design I. Suvorov

Zhan Kolbasiuk, a hairdresser				N. Krushel´nitskii
Girl							M. Chardynina-Barskaia
Toy shop buyer						D. Kapka
Fat man who buys a 'berry' instead of a doll		N. Zamykovskii
Old man on whom the fat man offloads the 'berry'	V. Lisovskii
Fat client						A. Belov
Fop on whom the fat man offloads the 'berry'		L. Chembarskii
Photographer						N. Zemgano
Girl on the boulevard					K. Zapadnaia
Seltzer water seller					N. Nademskii
25 minutes
French titles only, added music track

AND

KHODATAEV, Nikolai
Organchik [The Litle Organ] [Little Music Box] [Le Petit Orgue] [L'Orgue Positif]

Fabrika khudozhestvennoi mul´tiplikatsii Moskovskogo Kino-kombinata, 1934; released 31 October 1934
Script A. Gaiamov, Nikolai Khodataev, based on episodes from Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin's works 'Povest´ o gorode Glupove i ego obitateliakh' and 'Pompadury i Pompadurshi'
Photography N. Emanov
Production design G. Echesistov, Nikolai Khodataev, Daniil Cherkes
Music G. Lobachev

20:18 minutes
Russian titles, French subtitles

AND

MARDZHANOV, Konstantin
Trubka kommunara (Parizh 71-go goda) [The Communard's Pipe (The Paris of 71)] [La Pipe du Communard]

Goskinprom Gruzii, 1929; released 14 February 1929 (Tiflis), 30 August 1929 (Moscow)
Screenplay Konstantin Mardzhanov, based on the novella by Il´ia Erenburg
Photography S. Zabozlaev
Production design V. Sidamon-Eristov

Roux, a stone-mason 	Uchangi Chkheidze
His little son, Jules	Serezha Zaboslaev
Auntie Louise		Veriko Andzhaparidze
Lieutenant		A. Zhorzholiani
Gabrielle de Bonivette	T. Menzon
Woman Communard		T. Chavchavadze
Butcher			Sh. Gambashidze
47 minutes
Russian titles, French subtitles, added music track

AND

GARDIN, Vladimir
Kreitserova sonata [The Kreutzer Sonata] [La Sonate à Kreutzer]

Russkaia Zolotaia seriia, 1914; released 3 November 1914
From the story by Lev Tolstoi
Photography Anatolii Levitskii
Production design Boris Mikhin

Poznyshev		Boris Orskii
His wife		Elizaveta Uvarova
Her mother		Lidiia Sycheva
Lev Tolstoi		Mikhail Tamarov
28 minutes
Russian titles, French subtitles, added music track

AND

GONCHAROV, Vasilii, HANSEN, Kai, URAL´SKII, Aleksandr and others
1812 god ("Otechestvennaia voina", "Nashestvie Napoleona", "Borodinskii boi") [1812] ("The Fatherland War", "The Invasion of Napoleon", "The Battle of Borodino")

Khanzhonkov and Pathé Frères, 1912; released 25 August 1912
Directors Vasilii Goncharov, Kai Hansen, Aleksandr Ural´skii and others
Script under the direction of HQ Colonel Afonskii (Afanas´ev?)
Photography Georges Meyer, Aleksandr Levitskii, Louis Forestier, Aleksandr Ryllo, Fedor Bremer and others
Production design Csesław Sabiński, V. Fester and others
Napoleon Pavel Knorr, Vasilii Serezhnikov

33 minutes
Russian titles, French subtitles, added music track

AND

SLAVINSKII, Evgenii
Baryshnia i khuligan [The Lady and the Hooligan] [La Demoiselle et le Voyou]

Aktsionernoe obshchestvo Neptun, 1918
Screenplay Vladimir Maiakovskii
Photography Evgenii Slavinskii
Design V. Egorov

Teacher			A. Rebikova
Hooligan		Vladimir Maiakovskii
School director  	F. Dunaev
44 minutes
French titles only, added music track

AND

PUDOVKIN, Vsevolod AND SHPIKOVSKII, Nikolai
Shakhmatnaia goriachka [La Fièvre des Echecs] [Chess Fever]

Mezhrabpom- Rus´, 1925; released 21 December 1925
Screenplay Nikolai Shpikovskii
Photography Anatolii Golovnia
Editor Vsevolod Pudovkin

The Chess Fanatic		Vladimir Fogel´ 
Vera				Anna Zemtsova
Man trying to board tram 	Anatolii Ktorov
Policeman			Ivan Koval´-Samborskii
Housepainter			Mikhail Zharov
Pharmacist			Iakov Protazanov
Pharmacist's assistant		Iulii Raizman
With: 				Fedor Otsep, Boris Barnet, Konstantin Eggert and the chess 
				masters José Raúl Capablanca, Torre, Marshall, Il´in-Zhenevskii, 
				Reti, Yates, P. Baksheev, Grunfel´d and Spielmann
20 minutes
Russian titles, French subtitles, added music track

AND

EIZENSHTEIN
Dnevnik Glumova [Glumov's Diary]

1923

3 minutes 43 seconds
Silent, no text, no added music track

DVD
Region code 2
Aspect ratio 4:3
Languages French titles
Features Film and chapter selection
Source Bach Films


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