Film
Russian map. (2001 - 2005)

Film-document №41557 3 series, Duration: 2:49:24.005 to collection Price category --

Series 1 0:26:01

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Producer Lennauchfilm (LNF)

Director: I.Sideljnikov

Script writers: I.Sideljnikov

Operators: V.Golounin

Recordist: zvukooperator M.Shemarov

Annotation

The collapse of the Soviet Union and its consequences from the point of view of economic geography. The change in the balance of power in the world. Modern Russia's national interests.

Series №1 Russian map

The first film tells about the geography and natural resources of Russia's geopolitical interests of the state, political processes and conflicts that occurred after the collapse of the USSR.

Newsreel autumn Leningrad 70s.:

Streets, Summer Garden, channels.

Newsreel of the former Soviet republics 90s.

Calendar

2001

Industry; Finance; Ecology; Towns and countries; Foreign policy; Wars, conflicts and disasters; Domestic policy

Series №2 The second film

The second film cycle dedicated to Russia's entry into the global market, says about the economy, domestic politics and demography Russia beginning of the 2000s.

Winter village.

Shooting Russian north, polar bears.

Newsreel dancing Yeltsin.

Chubais, Nemtsov, Kiriyenko, Chernomyrdin, Stepashin, Kasyanov, Yeltsin and Putin in office.

Riots on Manezh Square in 2001.

Calendar

2002

Finance; Foreign policy; Social life; Domestic policy

Series №3 Third film

The film reflects on the future of the Russian Federation.

Filming Chukotka, Sakhalin, BAM.

Roman Abramovich.

Calendar

2003

Industry; Finance; Towns and countries; Social life; Domestic policy

Series №4 The film is the fourth

The fourth film talks about the new Russian developments in transport, construction and industry.

Filming MMC "Norilsk Nickel" Putoransky reserve in Taimyr Arhangelkoy area.

Calendar

2005

Industry; Finance; Transportation; Ecology; Towns and countries; Social life; Domestic policy; Construction