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A Journey Through Russian Fantastik Cinema

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From the Tsars to the Stars: A Journey Through Russian Fantastik Cinema
August 11 ? 24

Presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, Seagull Films and the American Cinematheque in collaboration with Concern Mosfilm, Russian State Archive Gosfilmofond and M-Film Studio.

Web link: http://www.filmlinc.c...­

Russian cinema has an inspired tradition of fantastic filmmaking, drawn equally from modern technology and ancient folkloric traditions, and resulting in a treasure trove of cult classics that remain sadly unknown to American audiences. Beginning with the pioneering animation of Ladislaw Starewicz, through the silent classics Aelita: Queen of Mars and A Spectre Haunts Europe and on through Vasili Zhuravlev?s early talkie Cosmic Voyage, science fiction and fantasy have remained important presences throughout the history of Russian filmmaking.

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