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Soviet Film: The 1950’s and the 1980’s
Soviet Film: The 1950’s and the 1980’s
Cinema in the 1950’s
Cinema in the 1950’s
The Cranes are Flying
The Cranes are Flying
Ballad of a Soldier
Ballad of a Soldier
Destiny of a Man
Destiny of a Man
Soviet Cinema in the 1980’s
Soviet Cinema in the 1980’s
The Commissar
The Commissar
Repentance
Repentance
Musicals
Musicals
The Greatest Influence on Soviet Film:
The Greatest Influence on Soviet Film:

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Soviet Film: The 1950’s and the 1980’s

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1 Soviet Film: The 1950’s and the 1980’s

Soviet Film: The 1950’s and the 1980’s

2 Cinema in the 1950’s

Cinema in the 1950’s

1951 saw low output in overall production 8 movies produced in that year Low amounts, didn’t mean high quality Nineteenth CPSU Congress passed resolutions to increase film productions 1953 – 20 1954 – 54 1955 - 66 Notable Movies Taras Shevchenko, Belinsky, Test of Fidelity, There Came a Soldier from the Front

Film Poster for Taras Shevenchenko

3 The Cranes are Flying

The Cranes are Flying

Directed by Mikhail Kalatozov in 1957 Script was based on the play Eternally Allive Story about guilt and atonement rather glorious exploits of the characters Explored the use of “perputual motion” shots

4 Ballad of a Soldier

Ballad of a Soldier

Screen play written by Valentin Yezhov Directed by Girgori Chukhrai “..could have become a good father and a wonderful citizen. He could have grown wheat and adorned the earth with gardens. But all he managed in his short life was to become a soldier

5 Destiny of a Man

Destiny of a Man

Directed by Sergei Bondarchuk Based on the short story by Mikhail Sholokhov Very taboo, talked about prisoners of war

6 Soviet Cinema in the 1980’s

Soviet Cinema in the 1980’s

Gorbachev’s Policy of Glasnost opened a whole new opportunity for films Many films finally released including: End of censorship in 1990

7 The Commissar

The Commissar

Directed by Alexander Askoldovin 1967 Not allowed to be shown until the 1980’s Focuses on the individual and not the greater cause Showed how the revolution could corrupt even the most innocent

8 Repentance

Repentance

Directed by Tenghiz in 1984 and released in 1987 Described abuses during Stalin period Extremely popular both in Russia and abroad Caused heated debates and analysis of the time period

9 Musicals

Musicals

Not very popular and widespread Only 14 musicals made after 1950 in all the Soviet bloc countries, including West Germany, Poland, Hungary, Rumania and the USSR Most famous musical is the 1937 classic Volga Volga

10 The Greatest Influence on Soviet Film:

The Greatest Influence on Soviet Film:

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