Your Theatre.. (1978)

Film-document №8110 2 parts, Duration: 0:19:34, Black-white to collection Price category A

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Khanyutin A.

Script writers: Novogrudskiy A.

Operators: Orzhekhovskiy U.


About the amateur theatreon the Krasnaya Presnya led by V. Spesivtsev.


Culture and Arts

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Amateur theatrical group in Moscow under the leadership of artistic director V. Spesivtseva: an interview with actor, director, rehearsing the play "I come to give you freedom."

Reel №1

A girl sings a song (synchronous) - CU.

In the hall sat chief director and actors Spesivtsev his theater - LS., CU.

Boy and girl reading fables (synchronous) - CU.

Boy performs a composition of his own (synchronous inaudible) - CU.

Girl singing to the sound recording Alla Pugacheva song "Harlequin" (synchronous) - CU.

Actor Youth Theatre is our operator on the building yard theater, opens the door, goes inside, hall theater, where there is a rehearsal of the play "I come to give you freedom" by Shukshin - LS.

The boys set decoration - LS., CU., PNRM.

The general meeting of all members of the theater, the hall is directed Spesivtsev - LS.

The girl reported the presence of those present (synchronously) - CU.

Members of the cast, girls and boys are interviewed about their attitude to the theater (synchronous) - CU.

A scene from "Romeo and Juliet" (synchronous) - CU.

Actors listen guidance director - CU.

Spesivtsev instructs the actors in rehearsal (synchronous) - MS., CU.

Actors wear costumes play - MS.

Reel №2

Spesivtsev deals with elements of ballet with the actors in a special room (synchronous) - CU., MS.

Dance rehearsal with knives on stage - different.

Spesivtsev at the rehearsal and is interviewed about his theater (synchronous) - MS., CU.

A scene from "Romeo and Juliet" (synchronous) - CU.

Are a boy and a girl, a young man tells of how the theater not only joined them on stage, but in real life (synchronous) - MS.

Actors prepare for the play, a scene from "Romeo and Juliet" (synchronous) - MS. CU.