2 hours 30 min. play about Marina Tsvetaeva.
Animation. Bremenskie muzykanty, Po sledam bremenskikh muzykantov, Kot v sapogakh.
Animation. Russian language edition. 5 cartoons.
2 DVDs, English subtitles. Awards: Grand Special Jury Prize Palme dArgent and Ecumenical Jury Prize at the Cannes IFF, 1972; FIPRESCI Prize at the Karlovy Vary IFF, 1972; Prize for Best Actress (Natalya Bondarchuk) at the Panama IFF, 1973 Director: Andr
Fairy Tales. Children's Movie. Gorky Film Studio, 1976. Color. Running time: 81 minutes. Sub-titles: English, Russian, French, German, Dutch, Spanish and more. Includes Russian, English, French and Spanish soundtracks.
This film is inspired and based on Chekhov's play 'Platonov.' The action occurs in the countryside, at a wealthy estate where Russians gather to socialize. The schoolteacher Mikhail Platonov, who arrives with his new (if slightly dull) wife Sasha, is sh
This new documentary film from Nikita Mikhalkov ('Burnt by the Sun') traces the fate of emigrants from the 'first war,' mainly the so-called 'war immigrants.' The authors attempt to understand the motivations for these people, how their lives took shape o
The film is based on the Chekov play 'Tatiana Repina' and the short story 'Difficult People.' At his wedding, the groom is horrified to see in the church crowd, his former mistress - who had recently committed suicide. In Russian with subtitles in Russi
30 minutes. In color and B/W. Biographical documentary on the poet and Nobel prize winning author. Pasternak is also well known inside of Russia for his translations of Shakespeare.
A mono play about the life of Anna Akhmatova and her generation. Performed by talented actress, Zhanna Vladimirskaia. Outstanding performance and music accompaniment. 2 hours 25 minutes.
This film is based on the early stories by the outstanding Soviet writer Maxim Gorky. There are several interwoven love lines in this beautiful, poetic drama: between the horse thief Zobar (played by Grigore Grigoriu) and the beautiful Gypsy girl Rada (p
Poetry by Joseph Brodsky read by Zhanna Vladimirskaia in this mono-play.
A movie closely based on short stories by Fedor Dostoevsky.