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Animated Soviet propaganda : from the October Revolution to Perestroika

Author: Joan BorstenI E KokarevBoris EfimovF S KhitrukVladimir TarasovAll authors
Publisher: Studio City, CA : Jove Film Distribution, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : Partial animation : RussianView all editions and formats
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From the 1920s to the 1980s, the Soviet regime ordered the production of dozens of animated propaganda films. Their target audience was the Soviet Union itself, and their goal was to win the hearts and minds of the Soviet people. Commentary by leading Soviet film scholars.
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Genre/Form: Animated films
Documentary films
Propaganda films
Historical films
Short films
Nonfiction films
Caricatures and cartoons
History
Caricatures et dessins humoristiques
Material Type: Partial animation, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Joan Borsten; I E Kokarev; Boris Efimov; F S Khitruk; Vladimir Tarasov; Sonia Marshak; Oleg Vidov; Vladimir Papernyĭ; Jove Films (Firm); Kino-studii︠a︡ "Soi︠u︡zmulʹtfilʹm" (Soviet Union)
OCLC Number: 75381929
Language Note: Russian with English subtitles.
Notes: Videodisc release of a 2006 animated documentary series.
Credits: Director,
Performer(s): Commentary: Igor Kokarev, Vladimir Tarasov, Sonia Marshak, Fyodor Khitruk, Oleg Vidov, Vladimir Paperny, Boris Yefimov.
Description: 4 videodiscs (430 min.): sd., b&w and col. ; 4 3/4 in + pamphlet.
Details: DVD; full screen presentation; Dolby digital.
Contents: [1] American imperialists --
[2] Fascist barbarians --
[3] Capitalist sharks --
[4] Onward to the shining future : animation and the Big Soviet Lie. pt. 1. American imperialists: Black & white / Mezrabpomfilm ; directed by I. Ivanov-Vano and L. Amalrik (1933) (2:27) --
Mister Twister / Soyuzmultfilm Studio ; directed by A. Karanovitch (1963) (15:33) --
Someone else's voice / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by I. Ivanov-Vano (1949) (9:23) --
Ave Maria / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by I. Ivanov-Vano (1972) (9:34) --
The millionaire / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by V. Bordzilovsky and Y. Prytkov (1963) (9:57) --
Shooting range / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by V. Tarasov (1979) (19:14) --
Mr. Wolf / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by V. Gromov (1949) (10:04). pt. 2. Fascist barbarians: Kino-Circus / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by L. Amalrik and O. Khodataeva (1942) (3:34) --
Facist boots on our homeland / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by A. Ivanov and I. Vano (1941) (2:41) --
The vultures / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by P. Sasonov (1941) (2:11) --
Newsreels #1-4. What Hitler wants ; Beat the fascist pirates ; Strike the enemy on the front lines and at home ; A mighty handshake / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by V. and Z. Brumberg, A. Ivanov, O. Khodataeva, and I. Ivanov-Vano (1941) (8:11) --
To you, Moscow / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by G. Lomidze (1947) (17:33) --
The adventures of the young pioneers / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by V. Pekar (1971) (17:34) --
The pioneer's violin / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by B. Stepantsev (1971) (7:45) --
Vasilyok / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by S. Aristakesova (1973) (9:40) --
A lesson not learned / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by V. Karavaev (1971) (5:13) --
Attention! wolves! / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by Y. Gamburg (1970) (16:53) --
Tale of a toy / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by B. Ablinin (1984) (9:12) --
We can do it / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by L. Atamanov (1970) (9:24) --
The soldier and the garden (excerpt) / a co-production of Soyuzmultfilm and DEFA Studio (East Germany) ; directed by S. Sokolov (1980) --
We're drawing October (excerpt) / co-production of Soyuzmultfilm and Dresden Trickfilm Studio (E. Germany) ; directed by Y. Gamburg and O. Zaher (1977). pt. 3. Capitalist sharks: Interplanetary revolution / GTK (Goskino Technikum) Mezhrabpom-Rus Studio ; directed by N. Khodataev, Z. Komisarenko, Y. Merkulov (1924) (7:47) --
We'll keep our eyes peeled / directed by members of the N. Khodataev Group (1927) (2:42) --
The shareholder / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by R. Davidov (1963) (23:31) --
Proud little ship / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by V. Bordzilovsky (1966) (17:59) --
Prophets and lessons / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by V. Kotonochkin (1967) (9:32) --
China in flames / GTK (Goskino Technikum) Kino Moscow ; directed by N. Khodataev, Y. Merkulov, Z. Komisarenko) (1925) (37:14). pt. 4. Onward to the shining future : communism: Forward march, time! / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by V. Tarasov (1977) (17:47) --
Soviet toys / Goskino U.S.S.R. ; directed by D. Vertov (1924) (10:44) --
Samoyed boy / Third Factory of Sovkino ; directed by V. and Z. Brumberg, N. Khodataev, O. Khodataeva (1928) (7:02) --
The music box / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by N. Khodataev (1933) (20:18) --
Lenin's kino pravda = Truth in cinema / presumed to be directed by D. Vertov (1924) (:53) --
Results of the XII Party Congress of Cooperation / director unknown (ca. 1925) (3:51) --
Victorious destination / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by L. Amalrik, D Babichenko, V. Pokolnikov (1939) (6:15) --
War chronicles / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by D. Babichenko (1939) (8:59) --
A hot stone / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by P. Sarkissian (1965) (16:37) --
Songs of the years of fire / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by I. Kovalevskaya (1971) (16:51) --
Plus electrification / Soyuzmultfilm ; directed by I. Aksenchuk (1972) (8:58).
Responsibility: films by Jove with Soyuzmultfilm Studio ; written, produced and directed by Joan Borsten.

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From the 1920s to the 1980s, the Soviet regime ordered the production of dozens of animated propaganda films. Their target audience was the Soviet Union itself, and their goal was to win the hearts and minds of the Soviet people. Commentary by leading Soviet film scholars.

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