Call number: DVD-4250

Dziga Vertov. Tri pesni o Lenine

On 2 DVDs

This is DVD 2

Kino-Pravda No. 21. Leninskaia Kino-Pravda. Kino-poema o Lenine [Kino-Pravda No. 21. Lenin Kino-Pravda. A Film Poem about Lenin]

Proizvodstvo Kul´tkino, Moscow, 13 January 1925; released 22 January 1925
For the anniversary of the death of Vladimir Il´ich Lenin 21 January 1924 - 21 January 1925
A work by Dziga Vertov
Cameramen: Grigorii Giber, Aleksandr Levitskii, Aleksandr Lemberg, Petr Novitskii, Mikhail Kaufman, Eduard Tisse and others

43 minutes 20 seconds
Russian titles, optional German and English subtitles, reconstructed by Filmmuseum München, no added music track


Kino-Pravda No. 22. Krest´ianskaia Kino-Pravda. V serdtse krest´ianina Lenin zhiv. Kinorasskaz [Kino-Pravda No. 22. Peasant Kino-Pravda. Lenin is Alive in the Heart of the Peasant. A Film Story]

Kul´tkino, released 13 March 1925
Director: Dziga Vertov
Editor: Elizaveta Svilova
Cameramen: Mikhail Kaufman, Aleksandr Lemberg, Ivan Beliakov

19 minutes 22 seconds
Russian titles, optional German and English subtitles, no added music track


Dziga Vertov
Peter Konlechner / Österreichisches Filmmuseum, Vienna, 1974/2014, commissioned by Norddeutscher Rundfunk, Hamburg, but not broadcast at the time

Director: Peter Konlechner
Assistant director and editor: Tamara Epp
Script: Peter Konlechner
Photography: Walter Kindler, Michael Epp

54 minutes
In German with optional English subtitles, with some Russian with German voiceover

Region code 0
Aspect ratio 1.17:1, 1.33:1, 1.37:1, 4:3
Languages Optional German and English subtitles
Features Interview with Elizaveta Svilova by Peter Konlechner, Vienna, May 1970, video but no sound, 5 minutes 44 seconds
Elizaveta Svilova presents a screening of Tri pesni o Lenine at the Austrian Film Museum, 20 May 1970, audio, in Russian with German translation and optional English subtitles, 9 minutes 39 seconds
20-page bilingual booklet
Source Vienna, Edition Filmmuseum 86

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