Film
Live and Create for People. (1959)

Film-document №5118 2 parts, Duration: 0:18:54, Black-white to collection Price category A

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Grigorev R.

Operators: Makaseev B., Opryshko P., Piskarev K.

Anouncers: Khmara L.

Annotation

The III Congress of Soviet writers.

Historical background

May 18-22, 1959 in the Kremlin opened III Congress of Soviet Writers.

Temporary description

Moscow. The Third Congress of Soviet Writers. The congress delegates in the hall, the presidium. Among those present: A. Twardowski. BROVKI. Sergei Mikhalkov, M. Isakovsky, A. Tokombaev, Malyshko, S. Current, A. Venulova, P. Tichina, S. Mukanov, Leonov, Ilya Ehrenburg, D. Lindsay and J. McCall (UK) , N. Hikmet (Turkey), A. Seghers (Germany), K. Zemensky, FR Kozlov, EA Furtseva, Malinovsky, representatives of writers' delegations from foreign countries (India, Korea, Iraq, China ). Speakers (synchronous): Khrushchev, Mao Dun (China), A. Lana (France), J. Ivashkevich (Poland), F. Bonoski (USA), J. Scala (Czechoslovakia), M. Mahdial Jawahir (Iraq), V. Ivanov, M. Rylsky, A. Twardowski, Tikhonov.

Reel №1

Are the books of Maxim Gorky.

Hands take one of the books, leafing through it - CU.

Readers at the counter in the bookstore - MS., PNRM.

Visitors in the reading room - MS.

PNRM. on the cover of the book - CU., MS.

The courtyard of the Kremlin are writers - LS.

Go writers Aaly Tokombaev and Tvardovsky - MS.

Are poets Michael Isakovsky and Petrus Hinge - CU.

Pioneers tie tie Sergei Mikhalkov - MS.

A group of writers in the Kremlin: Yuri Lebedinsky, Leonid Sobolev, Kornei Chukovsky, Irakli Abashidze - CU.

Includes a group of delegates in the Great Kremlin Palace.

On the sidelines of the poet Andrei Malyshko and Tuvan writer Salchak Toka - CU.

Lithuanian poet Antonis Venclova.

Poet, academician Pavlo Tichina.

Kazakh writer sadit Mukanov - CU.

Hall with delegates of the congress - LS.

The Presidium consists of NS Khrushchev and others - LS.

The Presidium: AI Mikoyan, MA Suslov, A. Kirichenko, FR Kozlov, L. Brezhnev, EA Furtseva, NG Ignatov, OV Kuusinen, NS Khrushchev - LS.

Congress opens Konstantin Fedin - MS.

The report appears first secretary of the Union of Soviet Writers Alexei Surkov (synchronous) - LS., MS.

Listening and applauding delegates.

Speakers: Oleg Goncharov, Mirza Ibragimov, Boris Polevoy, Uzbek playwright Camille Yashen, Moldovan writer Andrei Lupan Kornei Chukovsky Gabit Musrepov.

Powered editorial board of the newspaper "respect of persons."

Draws artist.

Delegates to the sidelines near the stand with the newspaper.

Cartoons of Sholokhov, Simon and others

On the sidelines talking Leonid Leonov and British writers Jack Lindsay and Ewan McColl.

Indian writer Banaras Das Chaturvedi.

Turkish writer Nazim Hikmet.

German writer Anna Seghers.

Critic Cornelius Zelinsky talking with friends from Korea - CU.

Artist paints portraits of writers.

Hand draws a portrait - CU.

In the hall sat foreign visitors - CU.

Speaks Chinese writer Mao Dun, is presented to the Congress on silk painting.

Speakers: Arman Lapu (France), Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz (Poland), Philip Bonoski (USA), John Scalia (Czechoslovakia), Muhammad Mahdi al-Jawahar (Iraq)

Reel №2

Speakers: Vsevolod Ivanov, Maxim Rylsky, Alexander Twardowski.

At the podium: NS Khrushchev, AI Mikoyan, MA Suslov, FR Kozlov, OV Kuusinen, AI Kirichenko, LI Brezhnev, EA Furtseva, NG Ignatov, NA Mukhitdinov - MS.

NS stands Khrushchev (synchronously) - MS.

Listening and applauding delegates - LS., MS., CU.

Konstantin Simonov greeting reads the Central Committee of the CPSU.

Reception in the Kremlin.

PNRM. chandeliers with George Hall at present - LS.

Party and government leaders talk in St.

George's Hall with writers.

NS Khrushchev talking to writers.

EA Furtseva talks to writer Leonid Leonov.

FR Kozlov talks to writer.

RY Malinowski talks with Ilya Ehrenburg, NS Khrushchev talking to A. Twardowski - MS.

Animation: page of the book, it imprinted the image of working people.