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Yuri MOROZOVIcarus: History of Rise and Fall.
Icarus. Inga (working title). Screenplay for color feature based on the novel The Fourth Turnabout by P.Lebedinsky. Directorial shooting script by Sergei Paradjanov.
Inga / Icarus by Sergei Paradjanov. A chronicle of censor bans and permissions.
               (Published by Yuri Morozov).
The materials on Paradjanovs never-materialized project  (first published in Ukrainian film journal Kino-Kolo).
Annette MICHELSON. Where Is Your Rupture?: Mass Culture and the Gesamtkunstwerk.
This article describes the artistic practices of Andy Warhols Factory and his ideas as one of the ways for an implementation of the Gesamtkunstwerk.
Maya TUROVSKAYA. The Amazons of Russian Film Avant-Garde.
An account of the artistic careers and tragic fates of Esther Shub, Alexandra Khokhlova, Yelizaveta Svilova and Lily Brik, who played an important part in Soviet film avant-garde of the twenties.
Semiramide PUMPIANSKAYA: I Dreamt of Working at the Film Studio (interviewed by Eugene Tsymbal).
S.N.Pumpianskaya, a veteran documentary filmmaker, presents not so well-known facts  from Dziga Vertovs biography and witnesses to a verbatim report of an exposing meeting supporting the campaign against the cosmopolitan filmmakers held at the Central Documentary Film Studio on March 1415, 1949.
Unknown Screenplays by Osip Brik.
               The Adventures of Elvist (Shooting Script). Cleopatra                            (Libretto of a screenplay). An Opening Night (Libretto of                                               a screenplay). 
                              (Publication, introduction and comments by                                                       A.V.Valiuzhenich).
Osip Brik and Cinema.  Materials for the topic. (Publication, introduction and comments by R.M. Yangirov).
Osip Maksimovich BRIK (18881945) was a journalist, writer and philologist, one of the founders and active participants of The Society for the Study of Poetic Language (OPOIAZ), playwright, theatre scholar, founder and editor-in-chief of The Art of the Commune newspaper (Petrograd, 19181919), as well as of the magazines LEF (19231925) and New LEF (19271928). He served on the boards of the leading organizations and institutions that set down the ideas of the artistic avant-garde in Soviet Russia and  implemented the concepts of social commission and production art, such as Komfut, the Department of Fine Arts at Narkompros, INKhUK (the Institute of Artistic Culture), VKhUTEMAS (the Higher Artistic-Technical Workshops), LEF, REF.  He was the first publisher, editor and biographer of his friend, poet Vladimir Mayakovsky. This publication brings to light the unknown materials from Briks creative heritage.
The movie is really good, convincing, but its not Chapayev... The records of the conversations of Boris Shumiatsky with Joseph Stalin after film shows. Years 19351937.
               (Publication, introduction and comments by A.S.Troshin).
Final part of the publication (see first part in issue 61).
Arkady BERNSHTEIN. Daniil Sagal. A Tree of Life.
Daniil Lvovich SAGAL (1909 2002) was a famous Soviet film actor. The article covers his work with Vsevolod Meyerhold, film roles and dramatic relations with his family which emigrated to the US.
Sergei KAPTEREV. Billy Wilder. Belated Obituary.
The article investigates the process of the well-known film directors integration into Hollywood system and his main artistic principles.
Alexander DANILIN. Film Addiction, or The Drug of Mass Culture.
A renowned psychiatrist examines the processes that form the spectators dependence on the screen images replacing the mental images of his/her individuality with the latter.
Yuri SAAKOV. Four Deferments of Grigory Alexandrov.
The essay recounts how Sergei Eisenstein helped Grigory Alexandrov to evade compulsory military service in the twenties.
Young Pudovkin. Materials for creative biography. (Publication, introduction and comments by  R.M. Yangirov).
Publication of Vsevolod Pudovkins love letter and short stories dedicated to a poet Vera Zviagintseva.
Natalia GROMOVA. Russian Hollywood on the Chinese border.
Vladimir LUGOVSKOI. From the Notebooks.
               The City of Sleep Good Night.
Natalia VENZHER. Sparrow Night.
                              (Publication prepared by N.A.Gromova).
This selection of materials shows life and work of an acclaimed Russian poet Vladimir Lugovskoi during his sojourn in Tashkent and Alma-Ata after evacuation (in particular, he was an author of the lyrics for Sergei Eisensteins Ivan the Terrible).
Eugene MIGUNOV. About, Apropos and Relating to...Alma-Ata. College years (19411943).
               (Publication, introduction and comments by G.N.Borodin).
E.T.Migunov could have become one of the most challenging innovators of Russian animation, if he wouldnt be unjustly fired from Soyuzmultfilm Studio. In his memoirs he describes the life of VGIK (National Film School) students from the Department of Animation during their WW2 evacuation to Alma-Ata.
Alexander IVANOV. On Screen and Beyond (Novel of Life). (Submarine T9).
               (Publication, introduction and comments by P.A.Bagrov).
These exquisitely expressive memoirs of film director A. Ivanov cover his evacuation from Leningrad and work on his film Submarine T9.
Unknown Cinema. Colloquy at the National Institute of Fine Arts (St. Petersburg).
               (Prepared by A.A. Artiukh).
The participants of the colloquy, which took place in October 2002, discuss films and filmmakers that were not studied by or unknown to Russian film scholars.