Documentary, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:50.89G 3/13/2018
Documentary, 3 parts, Duration: 0:29:40.978G 3/13/2018
The film is about a sports club handball
Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:10:06.697G 2/9/2018
Documentary, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:51.252G 2/5/2018
The film tells about the motoball team "Avtomobilist" from Elista.
Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:32.2G 11/30/2017
1. From "AMO" to "KAMAZ" (cars of the plant "AMO", "ZIL", "Moskvich", "GAZ" construction of the plant for the production of trucks KAMAZ).
2. "Memory cells" (selection of tobacco).
3. "The first multi-shuttle" (weaving factory).
4. From the foreign chronicle: covering the track with snow for ski jumping from a springboard in Czechoslovakia; Applying polymer coating instead of snow on the ski track in England.
Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:44.492G 11/28/2017
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:19:51A 10/2/2017
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:20:08A 10/2/2017
Documentary, 1 film, Duration: 0:25:54.96S 12/26/2016
It's no secret that football has traditionally been the most popular game in many countries around the world, including in Russia.
However, the fans almost do not know anything about how this sport is in its infancy in our country.
It is not strange, but Russian football was really my father.
His name was George Duperron.
The Frenchman on his father, German mother, but a true Russian patriot, he made an enormous contribution to the development of sport in Russia, that he was destined to become the founder of the national football.
Documentary, 1 film, Duration: 0:26:49.006S 12/26/2016
The end of the 90s of the last century was a time when a Russian tennis started talking seriously in the world.
After decades of lagging behind in this sport, our compatriots suddenly and decisively broke into the world tennis elite.
Although more accurate to say - our compatriots.
In fact, unknown to anyone until then Russian girls from all over the former Soviet Union - Moscow and St.
Petersburg, Riga and Siberia - step by step began to win prestigious tennis tournaments in the United States and France, Australia and Spain.
There is enough to mention the names of Anna Kournikova and Anastasia Myskina, Maria Sharapova and Anna Chakvetadze, Dinara Safina and Elena Dementieva, Svetlana Kuznetsova and Jane Doe.
We have before us a list of the world's tennis stars of the first magnitude.
Their performance in any tennis tournament makes this event significant sporting event, and their well-deserved fame and popularity nationwide can not be questioned.
However, why it happened that way in the Russian women's tennis?
What turned out to be caused by such a bright and spectacular breakthrough of our compatriots in the world tennis elite?
The price paid for the victory, high fees and worldwide fame, of course, great.
But these girls have made their choice, and nothing spared.
Another thing is what they believe themselves now - the Russian women, an American or Spaniard?