Issue 14: October 2006

Articles:

Svetlana Khokhriakova: Starless, Prize-less: The Moscow International Film Festival 2006
Adam Lowenstein: From the Tsars to the Stars: A Journey Through Russian Fantastik Cinema (Lincoln Center Program, August 2006)
Elena Plakhova: Victims of Euphoria: The 17th Open Russian Film Festival (Kinotavr 2006)
Birgit Beumers: Cannes 2006: The Russian Presence

Film Reviews:

Seth Graham on Denis Neimand's Junk
Ulrike Hartmann on Il'ia Maksimov's Dobrynia Nikitich and the Snake Gorynych
Stephen Hutchings on Petr Buslov's Bimmer 2
Olga Klimova on Aleksei Balabanov's It Doesn't Hurt
David MacFadyen on Oksana Bychkova's Piter FM
Alexander Prokhorov and Erin Alpert on Marina Goldovskaia's Anatolii Rybakov: The Russian Story
Oleg Sulkin on Kirill Serebrennikov's Playing the Victim
Olga Surkova on Konstantin Lopushanskii's The Ugly Swans
Denise Youngblood on Vasilii Chiginskii's First After God

Central Asian Film Reviews:

Gulnara Abikeyeva on Sergei Bodrov, Ivan Passer and Talgat Temenov's Nomad
Michael Rouland on Nurbek Egen's The Wedding Chest
Gulbara Tolomushova on Nurbek Egen's The Wedding Chest

TV Series Reviews:

Stephen Norris on Andrei Kavun's Cadets
Dawn Seckler on Dmitrii Fiks's Balzac Age, or All Men are Bast?

 

The first issue of Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema is due out in November 2007.

The 50th edition of the London Film Festival is running from 18 October - 2 November 2006.Three Russian films (Pavel Lungin's Island, Boris Khlebnikov's Free Floating and Konstantin Lopushanskii's Ugly Swans) are screening.

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