Kino-Nedelya Cinema Weekly #4 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. Special issue commemorating first anniversary of Lenin's death. Constructivist from cover with a design echoing Black Square painting by Kazimir Malevich. This issue contains articles on Lenin's involvement in the cinema industry, stills from the movies "Behind the lines of White Army", "Minaret of death", "Eye for eye gas for gas" and "Stepan Khalturin". Back cover features a constructivist photomontage for a film Mikrob Kommunizma - Microbe of Communism. Page 17 contains an interview with Sergey Eisenstein. Contributing journalist were A. Boltyansky, S. Serov, N. Mukhin, S. Bezborodov. Published by "SEVZAPKINO-MEZHBROM", 40 000 copies. Fair condition, staining, rubbings, tears and losses of material on the margins and on the spine. Covers are partially detached. Two pages are detached. Rusty staples, frayed pages. 22 pages.