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Soviet Ekran Movie Screen #24 1928

M Getmansky, M Slutskov, A Rezaystev

  • Year: 1928
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: Cinema
  • Dimensions: Width: 23.00cm Height: 31.00cm
Constructivist film magazine Soviet Movie Screen, issue number 24, 12th June 1928. Printed in Moscow. Weekly magazine on recent developments in film in the USSR. Photograph on front cover with a scene from the film ‘Girl with a Distant River’. A photographic still from the film ‘People in Leather Helmets’ is on the back cover. A photomontage of the recent project of Sovkino ‘Little Ones and Big Ones’, a film directed by D. Bassalivo on the back cover. List of some artwork inside: The ‘Story about an Unfortunate Event’ is accompanied by surrealist paintings to illustrate the story by A. Rezaistev; a cartoon strip entitled ‘Not much Humour’ by M. Getmansky; two photo cartoons of D. Bertov, one entitled ‘Six parts of Peace’ the other entitled ‘The Eleventh’ by M. Clutskovo; a photomontage entitled ‘Diverse Little Country’ shows recent events in Soviet film and cinema. Including a still from a Sovkino film about the Lenin Mountains in Moscow. Very good condition, a small red cross in the top left corner of the front cover, stain, small tear on bottom of the spine. 15 pages.
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