This tendency was particularly marked in Iskusstvo kino, the sole cinema periodical at the time, which in one issue alone featured derogatory analyses of Western (and particularly American) film by Vsevolod Pudovkin, Sergei Gerasimov, and the screenwriter Boris Chirskov.
Sovetskie kinotrofei v Amerike," Iskusstvo kino, no.
Just this point was made time and again in a special discussion of the film in the March 1965 issue of Iskusstvo kino [The Art of Cinema], at the time the USSR's leading film journal.
The comments are typical of the Iskusstvo kino discussion not only for their criticism that the film's formal experimentation overwhelmed its narrative content (the "frenzied" camera blocking any connection to the "tragic" events it records) but, more specifically, for the manner in which the comments map this form/content opposition as one of space/time.
films," says Daniil Dondurei, president of Dubl-D cinema research company and editor of cinematic art magazine Iskusstvo Kino
3) See Iurii Tsiv'ian and Evgenii Toddes, "'Ne kinogramota, a kinokul'tura": kino i literatura v tvorchestve Iuriia Tynianova', Iskusstvo kino
, 7 (1986), 88-98 (pp.
Hoffmanniana ha sido publicada en la octava edicion de Iskusstvo Kino
8) Professor Shcherbenok refers to the article on Krest'iane by Peter [Petr] Bagrov in the January 2007 issue of the online journal KinoKultura and to studies of Partiinyi bilet by Evgenii Margolit in Iskusstvo kino, no.
For Brodsky's memoir, see Joseph Brodsky, "Spoils of War," in his On Grief and Reason: Essays (London: Hamish Hamilton, 1995), 3-21; and compare Apollon Davidson, "Besnovataia deistvitel'nost'," Iskusstvo kino, no.
3) Cited in Dovzhenko's diaries: Aleksandr Dovzhenko, 'Operatsiia bez narkoza: Dnevnikovye zapisi', Iskusstvo kino
, 9 (1996), 73-75 (p.
From Vladimir Pomerantsev's "On Sincerity in Literature" in the December 1953 issue of Novyi mir to Vladimir Nekrasov's "On Words Great and Simple" in the May 1959 issue of Iskusstvo kino
, literary (and film) criticism has most clearly articulated what we understand as the "literary politics" of the Thaw.
In 1936, the United States produced roughly 600 films, France 120, and Germany 100, according to Iskusstvo kino