In anticipation of the opening of the I all-Union Congress of Soviet writers. (1934)

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Scene №1 In anticipation of the opening of the I all-Union Congress of Soviet writers

Panorama of the hall in Uritsky Palace (Tauride) during a conference of the Leningrad writers in August 1934.

The speaker of the floor.

Writers Vyacheslav Shishkov, Aleksei Tolstoy in the courtroom.

A guest of the conference of chelyuskinets ' S. Semenov.

Tikhonov N. With. participants read a letter of the conference Stalin.

Conference participants applauded.

Meeting in Moscow, the French writer A. barbyusa.

Barbusse gives autographs.

Persons found.

Barbusse sits in the car.

The car pulls away from the station.

The participants of the writers ' conference speak from the podium.

A. Serafimovich among the delegates of the 1st Congress of Soviet writers.

Conversing with each other delegates.

Acts I. Babel.

The delegates in the meeting room of the Congress.

Persons exposed delegates, among them Babel.

The conference of Belarusian writers read from a tribune the appeal to Stalin.

The members of the presidency stand up and applaud.

Conducting filming in the courtroom 1 of the Congress of Soviet writers.

Types of the Bureau and the meeting room.

Heideman R. P. among the members of the Presidium.

Artists sketching a portrait of one of the speakers

The delegates of the Congress.

Writer V. V. Vishnevsky listens to the speech through the earpiece.

The faces of the delegates.


Tihonov Nikolaj Semenovich -- writer, poet
Shishkov Vyacheslav Yakovlevich -- writer
Tolstoj Aleksej Nikolaevich -- writer, social activist
Barbyus Anri -- French writer
Serafimovich (Popov) Aleksandr Serafimovich -- writer, journalist
Babelj Isaak Emmanuilovich -- writer, playwright
Vishnevskij Vsevolod Vitaljevich -- writer, playwright, journalist
Ejdeman Robert Petrovich -- military leader