Call number: V-126


Women in Soviet Cinema: "I am an ox, I am a horse, I am a man, I am a woman" Directed by Sally Potter
Produced by Penny Dedman
Includes interviews with Kira Muratova, Lana Gogoberidze, Nataliia Riazantseva, Inna Churikova, Nonna Mordiukova and Maia Turovskaia
50 minutes

AND

MAMEDOV, Murat
V Voskresen´e utrom [Sunday Morning]

Ukrainian Documentary Film Studios, 1987
16 minutes
In Russian with English subtitles

AND

FRELIKH, Oleg
Prostitutka [Prostitute]
(Ubitaia zhizn´iu)

Belgoskino, 1926; released 15 March 1927
Co-director: Noi Galkin
Screenplay: Noi Galkin and E. Demidovich
Intertitles: Viktor Shklovskii
Photography: Al´fons Vinkler
Editing: Esfir´ Shub

Nadezhda Tyrkina		Vera Orlova
Petr, her husband		V. Iaroslavtsev
Liuba				E. Iarosh
Aunt Varvara			Ol´ga Bonus
Vasil´ Dmitrich, a neighbour	Ivan Lagutin
Man´ka, a prostitute		E. Sheremet´eva
Shura, a komsomolets		Aleksandr Ledashev
Madame				E. Teplykh
Kondrat´ev a meat-trader	P. Tamm
Birman, a doctor		L. Krasina
Passer-by			Mark Donskoi
85 minutes
Intertitles in Russian, English and Chinese

All three films broadcast in Women Call the Shots
Channel Four, 9 April 1990

Source: Channel Four
System: Pal


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