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2 Russian (Soviet) cinema

3 The birth of Russian “great mute” The way from attraction to the art. Producers, directors, actors. Russian cinema in revolutionary period.

4 Aleksandr Drankov Entrepreneur and director of film “Ponizovaya Volnitsa” about Stepan Razin. It was a screen version of very popular song.

5 Ivan Mozzhuhin In the 1918th year Mozzhukhin plays his most famous role - Father Sergius in the Jacob Protozanov’s film and leaves Russia.

6 Vera Holodnaya

7 Apogee of “great mute” in 20 th S.Eizenshtein V.Pudovkin A.Dovzhenko These outstanding masters not only reflected the revolution, they have revolutionized the nature of cinema, changed its language.

8 Sergey Eizenshtein

9 The Battleship“Potemkin”(1925) The rebellion at the “Potemkin” in 1905 is shot as a drama about contraposition of violence and brotherhood of the people.

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11 V.Pudovkin "Mother“ "The End of St. Petersburg“ “Descendant of Chinghis Khan“.1928.

12 A.Dovzhenko “Arsenal” “The Earth».1930

13 30 th - the life of the country and the cinema. Sound – revolution in the cinema. Musical films. Cinema and ideology

14 “Chapaev”(1934) "Chapaev" by Vasilyev brothers is a film about civil war. The main figure of this film is Red Army commander Chapaev.

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16 Musical movies Musical comedies by director G.Alexandrov : «Jolly fellows» (1934) “The Circus» (1936) «Volga-Volga» (1938)

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18 Cinema aesthetics in the period of the "thaw“. The “new wave” of Soviet film directors and two main trends in their creation. The censorship pressure. Its role in the cinema development. Our cinema in the middle of XX century.

19 “The Cranes are Flying”(1957) Transformation of military subject: M.Kalatozov rejects the heroic tone and pays attention to the personal life and feelings.

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22 “Ballad of a Soldier”(1959) The film by director Gregory Chukhray is not so much about a war - it is a film about human relations during the war.

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24 The young hero in Russian cinema 60 th. M. Hutsiev." I'm 20 years" (1964). 1.They combine methods of fiction and documentary films. G. Daneliya.“ “I walk around Moscow" (1964). 2.They move action to inner life of the characters.

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27 Screen versions of classical literature Director Grigori Kozintsev : " This tragedy depicts a man who is not between life and death, but between one era and another."

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29 Screen versions of classical literature S. Bondarchuk reprodukted the writer's thought on interconnection individual destiny with the destiny of the nation.

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32 “Second birth“for comedy in th. E.Riazanov. L.Gaiday. G.Danelia.

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37 Vasily Shukshin-director There Is Such a Lad Your Son and Brother Pechki- lavochki.1972 The Red Snowball Tree.1974

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39 A.Tarkovskiy

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