Telecast
theme (1998) 18.08.1998

Film-document №82319 1 part, Duration: 0:38:05 to collection Price category --

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Anchorperson: Yulij Gusman

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The program starts with a quote writer Vasily Aksenov's novel "a New sweet style":

"...

The inmost of this topic can be embodied among the bustle of people in the Studio, among people who intend to do this film with me.

The Director must be able to defend their inspiration, that is, in principle, it should be able to hide it.

Some things I just can't say someone else..."

Along with invited to the Studio by writer-dissident facilitator to talk about the eternal and the transitory, the popularity, literature and democracy, Russian ambiguities and, of course, about the Russian soul.

The conversation is built in the form of a conditional "friendly court", "witnesses" Vasily Aksenov was made by the writers Vladimir Voinovich and Aleksandr Kabakov, Professor Olga MATIC, musician Alexei Kozlov.

The program includes excerpts of the play "the whirlwind" (on the book by E. S. Ginzburg) and the feature film "Colleagues" (1962, directed by A. N. The sugars).

Personnel

Aksenov V. P. -- Russian writer, Professor of Russian literature, honorary member of the Russian Academy of arts, a public figure. B. A. Akhmadulina-poet, writer, translator, public figure. Khrushchev N. With. - Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR, hero of the Soviet Union, Three times Hero of Socialist Labor. Voinovich V. N. -- writer, poet, playwright, writer, honorary member of the Russian Academy of arts, a public figure. Kabakov A. A.-Russian journalist, writer, editor, writer, publicist, columnist. Matić (Pavlov) O. B. -- American literary critic and scholar of Russian origin, Professor Emeritus of the Department of Slavonic studies, University of California at Berkeley. Kozlov A. S. -- saxophonist, jazz musician, composer, performer, actor, writer, publicist, founder of the musical group "Arsenal". Okudzhava B. sh. -- poet, singer, composer, screenwriter, actor.

Calendar

1960s

Literati; Biography