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Soviet Screen Sovetsky Ekran #24 1929

P Ezersky

  • Year: 1929
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: Film
  • Dimensions: Width: 23.00cm Height: 31.00cm

Original vintage Constructivist film magazine Soviet Screen Sovetsky Ekran #24 June 1929. It was a weekly magazine on recent developments in film in the USSR. The front and back covers feature an actor I. Lavrov as an old peasant and V Terekhov as a member of the Komsomol in the 1929 Soviet film Kak nado i ne nado, produced by Mezhrabpomfilm. The issue includes various advertisements; the articles about the work of cinemasж the creation of a film Kak nado i ne nado (Kozha) about villages; the screenings of expeditions to Africa in Berlin; a photograph of the scene in the circus from the film Smertniy nomer, a 1929 Soviet drama film, directed by Heorhy Krol, based on the story by Borisa Zhitkova “Udav”; cinemas for factory workers; new inventions in cinema, such as the the Tagefon system, a Soviet sound film system with an optical combined soundtrack, developed by Pavel Tager in 1926; photographs of cotton crops in Samarkand; the film War Horses (Konnitsa skachet), a Soviet drama film, directed by Nikolai Beresnev and based on Nikolai Tikhonov’s novel “War Horses”; new trends in German cinema; and others. Published by publishing house Teakinopechat, 15 pages. Fair condition, tears on the spine, browning, stain.

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