Kino-Nedelya Cinema Weekly #22 1924
- Year: 1924
- 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. It has wide range of subjects from news, articles about plays to advertisement of upcoming movies. Constructivist photomontage by N. Sverchkov on the front cover for the movie Red Partisans. Movie is directed by V. Viskovsky, Russian and Soviet director, screenwriter and theatre and film actor, and depicts the struggle of the Siberian partisans against the army of Kolchak. This issue contains stills from the movies "Monsieur Bocaire", "Flower girls" and "Their destiny". Contributing journalist were A. Lipyansky, N. Yudin and Mavr. Published by Nauchno-Hudozhestvennuy Sovet Sevzapkino, 12 000 copies. Fair condition, staining, rubbings, tears and losses of material on the margins and on the spine. Rusty staples, pages are frayed. 10 pages.