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The development of Soviet cinema. (1935)

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Scene №1 The development of Soviet cinema

Panorama of the building studio.

Film Archives staff at work.

Fast film.

A roll of film on a pasteboard.

Stacking of the film box.

Boxes with parts of the film "Chapaev", "Kirov", "Thunderstorm", "Youth of Maxim" on the table.

People sit in the cafeteria theater.

People in the foyer of the theater read the newspaper, play chess, read newspapers.

The orchestra in the foyer of the cinema.

People dancing.

Projectionist charges reel of film into the projector.

Children in the theater.

Projectionist runs the projector.

The screen is shown animated film.

Those viewers.

View of the cinema during the children's session.

Cameramen stand in a row in front of movie cameras on tripods.

Cameramen sit in a truck, loaded his cinematographic equipment.

The operator is shooting the streets of Moscow from the body of the moving truck.

The operator rotates the handle cameras.

IV Stalin KE Voroshilov from the rostrum of the Mausoleum welcome the participants of the demonstration on Red Square on November 7, 1934.

A general view of Red Square during a parade of military equipment (above).

View of the bow of the icebreaker deck (above).

The cameraman shoots the ice behind the icebreaker in the Arctic.

The shadow of the icebreaker in ice.

The cameraman standing on the beach, reduces storm surges.

The cameraman is shooting, standing at the plate electromagnetic crane.

Cameramen are shooting from the plane.

Personnel

Stalin Stalin - statesman and political figure
Kliment Voroshilov - statesman and political leader, military leader

Calendar

1934 07/11/1934 1935

Locations

Moscow
Arctic

Seasons

Autumn
Winter

Movie; Political figures; Life and leisure; Demonstrations; Arctic and Antarctic