Issue 57: July 2017

Articles

Evgenii Margolit: The Soviet Program at the 1932 Venice Film Festival
Sardana Savvina: Cinema in Yakutia, or Sakha-Cinema

Festival Reports
Birgit Beumers: Native Cinema from the Arctic Circle
Vida Johnson: Kinotavr 28: Genre, Variety, Relevance

Special Feature
Valerii Fomin: Polka 2: Zapreshchennye fil'my [Forbidden Films] (1993)

Reviews

Sergei Aksenov: Moscow, I Tolerate You by Theodora Kelly Trimble
Fedor Bondarchuk: Attraction by Andrew Chapman
Oksana Bychkova, Aksin’ia Gog, Natal’ia Kudriashova, Renata Litvinova, Natal’ia Nazarova, Anna Parmas, Avdot’ia Smirnova: Petersburg: Only for Love by Olga Mukhortova
Konstantin Feoktistov: Three Bogatyrs and the Sea King by Lora Mjolsness
Sergei Kachkin: Perm-36: Reflexion (doc.) by Frederick C. Corney
Nikolai Khomeriki: The Icebreaker by Chip Crane
Dmitrii Kiselev: Spacewalk by Natalija Majsova
Andrei Kravchuk: The Viking by Denise J. Youngblood
Pavel Lungin, Queen of Spades by Katherine Bowers
Aleksandr Mindadze: My Good Hans by Ellina Sattarova
Aleksei Petrukhin: The Teacher by Olga Klimova
Sergei Solov'ev: Ke-dy by Lilya Kaganovsky
Aleksei Tsitsilin: Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice by Natalie Kononenko
Il’ia Uchitel’: Big Village Lights by Holly Myers


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