By types: Documentaries | Feature films | Scientific films | Educationals
Documentary, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:34A 11/14/2012
About the visit of the President of Guinea Seku Ture to the Moscow.
In Moscow on an official visit to President of the Republic of Guinea, Sekou Toure - a major political figure, a distinguished fighter for freedom and independence of African nations.
Documentary, 5 parts, Duration: 0:46:10A 11/14/2012
About Congo's struggle for independence.
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:20:06A 11/14/2012
About festivities in Leopoldville on the occasion of the proclamation of independence of Congo.
Documentary, 1 part, Duration: 0:10:04A 11/14/2012
About the revolutionary reforms in Cuba.
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:19:04A 11/14/2012
The film tells about the Royal Ballet of Cambodia.
In 1960 the Soviet Union during the visit of the Prince of Cambodia Narodoma Sianusa acted Royal Cambodian ensemble.
The ensemble was created by the Queen of Cambodia Kossomak Ksarireat, which was the stage director and dance.
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:18:46A 11/14/2012
About books of the Soviet Union and their authors, books by Russian classics, scientific, political books, books for childres, textbooks.
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:20:07A 11/14/2012
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:18:31A 11/14/2012
On the All-Union Conference of the winners of brigade competition and best workers of Communist Labor.
From 27 to 30 May 1960 in Moscow, in the Grand Kremlin Palace All-Union Conference held foremost competitions and shock brigades of communist labor.
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:15:07A 11/14/2012
On the beginning of the Asuan Dam construction.
Documentary, 3 parts, Duration: 0:25:55A 11/14/2012
A film about the cultural relations between the USSR and France.
Tours of the theater "Comedie Francaise" in Moscow.
Fragments of the performances "Tartuffe," "Don Giovanni" (synchronous).
Speech by French artists at the Bolshoi Theater.
A fragment of the ballet "Crystal Palace" (synchronous).
Tancujut LA Dade, M. Botstsoni.
Speech by the French violinist M. Okler (synchronously) at the Concert Hall named after Tchaikovsky.