Kino-Nedelya Cinema Weekly #3 1925
- Year: 1925
- Country: Russia
- Language: Russian
- Movement: Constructivism
- Subject: Cinema
- Dimensions: Width: 26.00cm Height: 34.50cm
Kino-Nedelya is a magazine focusing on the world of cinema. Cover contains a still from "Minaret of death", movie directed by V. Viskovsky, Russian and Soviet director, screenwriter and theatre and film actor. Based on the Bukhara legend of the XVI century. Constructivist photomontage on the back cover for a film Abort - Abortion. Contributing journalist were A. Belenson, V. Kaluzhsky, Ch. Chaplin, L. Grabar and A. Flit. Published by "SEVZAPKINO-MEZHBROM", 40 000 copies. Poor condition, staining, rubbings, tears and losses of material on the margins and on the spine. Two pages and covers are detached. Rusty paperclip, one paperclip is missing, frayed pages. 14 pages.
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