Issue 21: July 2008

Articles

Pittsburgh Russian Film Symposium 2008 — The Ideological Occult: Russian Cinema under Putin:

Birgit Beumers: "The 13th Open Russian Animation Festival Suzdal" (2008)
Dina Goder: "Kinoteatr.doc 2008: Some Notes on the Cuffs"
David MacFadyen: “The Presumed Threat of Digital Culture to Russian Cinema

Film Reviews

Jose Alaniz on Khuat Akhmetov’s Wind-Man (2007)
Fiona Bjorling on Aleksandr Khvan’s The Guide-Dog (2007)
Frederick Corney on Vitalii Mel'nikov’s Agitation Brigade “Beat the Enemy” (2007)
Julie Draskoczy on Aslan Galazov’s The Swallows Have Arrived (2006)
Arlene Forman on Arvo Iho's Gooseberries (2007)
Jeremy Hicks on Stanislav Govorukhin’s The Actress (2007)
Laura Pontieri Hlavacek on Aleksandr Petrov’s animated film My Love (2006)
Natalya Rulyova on Tat'iana Voronetskaia’s Inspiring (2007)
Alissa Timoshkina on Aleksandr Kasatkin’s Listening to Silence (2007)

Television

Ulrike Hartmann on Dmitrii Svetozarov’s Crime and Punishment (2007)
Elena Prokhorova on Sergei Ursuliak’s Liquidation (2007)
Peter Rollberg on Sergei (and Fedor) Bondarchuk’s And Quiet Flows the Don (2006)

Central Asia and Turkic-Language Countries: Reviews

Alyssa DeBlasio on Darejan Omirbaev’s Shuga (Kazakhstan, 2007)
Seth Graham on Aiub Shakhobiddinov'sThe Yurt (Uzbekistan, 2007)
Michelle Kuhn on Azif Rustamov’s The House (Azerbaijan, 2007)
Michael Rouland on Rustem Abdrashev’s Kurak Korpe (Kazakhstan, 2007)
Vanita Singh on Mark Weil’s documentary The End of an Era.Tashkent (Uzbekistan, 1996)

Forum for July 2008

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