Incredible what you can accomplish in one minute. It really is a long time. An excellent film!
Soviet ToysCreated before the classics that would forever enshrine Dziga Vertov as a cinematic innovator (most famously THE MAN WITH THE MOVIE CAMERA), this line-drawing cartoon offers a broad satire of the monarchist, religious, capitalist society his compatriots had just overthrown. Comparable to Winsor...Subscribe to to watch now
Kino-Pravda XXI (excerpt)This animated Soviet brevity, excised from the twenty-first episode of Dziga Vertov's Kino-Pravda series, dwells on the anniversary of the death of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. This particular sequence highlights a handful of developments in the U.S.S.R. at the time that the film...Subscribe to to watch now
Stride, Soviet!STRIDE, SOVIET! is a film intended to publicize, in the run-up to local elections, the work and accomplishments of the Moscow municipal council or "soviet." Dziga Vertov attempts a different kind of lecture film, one that disposes of staid commentary in favor of sharp visual conflicts that mimic...Subscribe to to watch now
Man with a Movie CameraThis dawn-to-dusk view of the Soviet Union offers a montage of urban Russian life, showing the people of the city at work and at play, and the machines that endlessly whirl to keep the metropolis alive. It was Vertov's first full-length film and it employs all the cinematic...Subscribe to to watch now
Anniversary of the Death of Lenin with a jibe at Capitalism by the great Dzig Vertov. this is an excerpt from his legendary film KINO PRAVDA.
The message was not entirely clear to me. My best guess is this: After Lenin’s death the USSR and the CPSU were mainstreamed, becoming less revolutionary and less proletarian, changes...
Dear Mr. Stalin, Please don't shoot any arrows into my eyes. Thanks.