Issue 27: January 2010

Articles

David MacFadyen: Cinematic Abuse as Self-Affirmation: Russian Video Mash-ups, Illegal Social Networking, and the Rise of Bekmambetov’s “Office Plankton”

Maria Vinogradova: Amateur Cinema in the Soviet Union and the Leningrad of Film Amateurs in the 1970s-1980s

Festival Reports

Dar'ia Borisova: Kinoshok 2009: The Expiring Principle of Soviet Brotherhood

AAASS 2009 Roundtable on Young Kazakh Cinema

Birgit Beumers: Waves, old and new, in Kazakh Cinema

Jane Knox-Voina: Young Kazakh Filmmakers:  New “New Wave” on the Road

Stephen M. Norris: The Gifts of History: Young Kazakh Cinema and the Past

Eugénie Zvonkine: “Kazakhstan Rules the World:” Satybaldy Narymbetov’s Mustafa Shokai (2008) and the Rewriting of History

 

Film Reviews

Anders Banke: Newsmakers by Olga Mesropova
Il’ia Demichev: Like a Crawfish by Masha Kowell
Nikolai Dostal’: Petia on the Way to Heaven by David Gillespie
Natalia Ivanova: Robin by Vlad Strukov
Rano Kubaeva: figa.ro by Chip Crane
Iurii Moroz: Pelagiia and the White Bulldog by Fred Corney
Pavel Ruminov: Circumstances by Lucy Fischer
Larisa Sadilova: Sonny by Jasmijn van Gorp
Ivan Solovov: Elder Wife by Andrei Khrenov
Vera Storozheva: Spring will Soon be Here by Elena Monastireva Ansdell
Igor’ Voloshin: I Am by Elena Prokhorova
NISI-MASA Project: Cinetrain by Tim Harte

DoubleView: Karen Shakhnazarov’s Ward No 6

Caucasus and Central Asia

Ernest Abdyjaparov: Thief in Love (KYR) by Viera Langerova
Albert Mkrtchyan: Dawn on a Sad Street (ARM) by Margarit Ordukhanyan

 

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Updated: 14 Jan 10