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Festival of Banned Soviet Films to be Held in Moscow
19.08.2011 00:05
Festival of Banned  Soviet Films to be Held in Moscow

A large-scale festival dedicated to repressed films of the Soviet epoch will be held for the first time in Russia in the Film Club at Vinzavod from 29 August to 20 September.


“The Shelf. Released Cinema. Part 1” is the title of the unique festival.


The history of “shelf” cinema is almost 60 years old, starting from 1929 and finishing in 1985. Lots of unwanted films were destroyed and cut, whereas only some of them remained on the shelf for many years in their original form.


The program of the first part of festival includes feature, documentary and animation films of the years 1929-1953.


Show of every film will be accompanied with a lecture by leading film experts and connoisseurs in the history of Soviet cinema.





Author: Vera Ivanova

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