Call number: DVD-4268


Eizenshtein - Panzerkreuzer Potemkin AND Oktjabr

On 2 DVDs

This is DVD 1, containing

EIZENSHTEIN, Sergei
Bronenosets Potemkin [The Battleship Potemkin] [Panzerkreuzer Potemkin]

Goskino (First Factory), 1925; released 18 January 1926
Screenplay: Nina Agadzhanova-Shutko, Sergei Eizenshtein
Production manager: Iakov Bliokh
Assistant director: Grigorii Aleksandrov
Director's assistants: Aleksandr Antonov, Mikhail Gomorov, Aleksandr Levshin, Maksim Shtraukh
Photography: Eduard Tisse
Production design: Vasilii Rakhal´s
German adaptation: Piel Jutzi
Score for this edition: Edmund Meisel, performed by Deutschen Filmorchester Babelsberg conducted by Helmut Imig

Vakulinchuk				Aleksandr Antonov
Lieutenant Giliarovskii			Grigorii Aleksandrov
Captain Golikov  			Vladimir Barskii
Matiushenko, a sailor			Mikhail Gomorov
Petty Officer				Aleksandr Levshin
Smirnov					Zavitok
Officer					Marusov
Recruit					I. Bobrov
Woman with pig				Iuliia Eizenshtein
Woman with pram				Beatrice Vitodli
Aba, the boy killed on the Steps	Aba Glauberman
His mother 				Prokopenko
Sailor with no legs			Korobei
Teacher with pince-nez			N. Poltavtseva
Student					Zelenin
Odessa Revolutionary 			Konstantin Fel´dman
Anti-Semitic provocateur		Glotov
Woman on the Steps			Repnikova
Mess Officer				Andrei Fait
Priest					Putiata
Journalist				Brodskii
With: Maksim Shtraukh
72 minutes
German release version, with German intertitles and optional English and French subtitles

AND

EIZENSHTEIN, Sergei
Bronenosets Potemkin [The Battleship Potemkin] [Panzerkreuzer Potemkin]

Goskino (First Factory), 1925; released 18 January 1926; German sound version, 1930
Screenplay: Nina Agadzhanova-Shutko, Sergei Eizenshtein
Production manager: Iakov Bliokh
Assistant director: Grigorii Aleksandrov
Director's assistants: Aleksandr Antonov, Mikhail Gomorov, Aleksandr Levshin, Maksim Shtraukh
Photography: Eduard Tisse
Production design: Vasilii Rakhal´s
German adaptation: Piel Jutzi
Score for this edition: Edmund Meisel
Soundtrack for this edition: Alois Johannes Lippl

Vakulinchuk				Aleksandr Antonov
Lieutenant Giliarovskii			Grigorii Aleksandrov
Captain Golikov  			Vladimir Barskii
Matiushenko, a sailor			Mikhail Gomorov
Petty Officer				Aleksandr Levshin
Smirnov					Zavitok
Officer					Marusov
Recruit					I. Bobrov
Woman with pig				Iuliia Eizenshtein
Woman with pram				Beatrice Vitodli
Aba, the boy killed on the Steps	Aba Glauberman
His mother 				Prokopenko
Sailor with no legs			Korobei
Teacher with pince-nez			N. Poltavtseva
Student					Zelenin
Odessa Revolutionary 			Konstantin Fel´dman
Anti-Semitic provocateur		Glotov
Woman on the Steps			Repnikova
Mess Officer				Andrei Fait
Priest					Putiata
Journalist				Brodskii
With: Maksim Shtraukh
49 minutes
German sound version, 1930, with optional English and French subtitles

AND

TVARDOVSKII, Vladislav
Vintik-Shpintik [The Little Screw] [Die kleine Schraube]

Sovkino, Leningrad, 1927; released 2 May 1927
Screenplay: Nikolai Agnivtsev, based on his poem 'Vintik-Shputnik'
Photography: Evgenii Bogorov
Animation: Aleksandr Presniakov, Igor´ Sorokhtin, Viacheslav Kuklin, Sergei Zhukov
Reconstructed by Petr Bagrov, Il´dar Iakubov, Anna Mal´gina at Gosfil´mofond, Moscow, 2014

11 minutes
Russian titles, with optional German, English and French subtitles, silent with no added music score

DVD
Region code 0
Aspect ratio 1.33:1, 4:3
Languages Optional English and French subtitles
Features Restored
24-page trilingual booklet with essays by Thomas Tode, Richard Siedhoff, Stefan Drössler and Petr Bagrov
Source Edition Filmmuseum, 82

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