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Télécharger Various - The Soviet Influence: From Turksib To Night Mail
Interprète: Various
Titre: The Soviet Influence: From Turksib To Night Mail
Publié sur: 19 Sep 2011
Label: British Film Institute
Pays: UK
Style: Soundtrack, Leftfield, Ambient
N° de catalogue: BFIB1130
Genre: Musique Electronique / Scène, Écran
Classement: 4.8
Votes: 909
Formats: Blu-ray, Mono DVD, DVD-Video, PAL
taille FLAC: 2307 mb
taille MP3: 1638 mb

Tracklist

1Night Mail
Film Director – Harry WattLyrics By [Verse] – W H AudenMusic By – Benjamin Britten
22:30
2From North To South, From South To North
3The Country Comes To Town
Film Director – Basil Wright
21:17
4Australian Wines
Composed By, Performer, Recorded By – Neil Thomas Film Director – Paul Rotha
2:38
5Night Mail
Film Director – Harry WattLyrics By [Verse] – W H AudenMusic By – Benjamin Britten
22:30
6Shadow Of The Mountains
Composed By, Performer, Recorded By – Neil Thomas Film Director – Arthur Elton
20:11
7Water
8The Attack Is Launched
9Out To The Hills And Steppes
10The Barrier Between
11 Turksib 74:46
12The Face Of Britain
Film Director – Paul RothaNarrator – Arthur John Cummings
18:23
13 -
14The Workers' Topical News No. 1
Composed By, Performer, Recorded By – Neil Thomas
4:37

Crédits

  • Composed By, Performer, Recorded ByGuy Bartell (tracks: BD-1.1 to BD-1.5, DVD-1.1 to DVD-1.5)
  • Film DirectorViktor Turin (tracks: BD-1.1 to BD-1.5, DVD-1.1 to DVD-1.5)
  • Film Director [English Version]John Grierson (tracks: BD-1.1 to BD-1.5, DVD-1.1 to DVD-1.5)
  • FluteSuzi Gage (tracks: BD-1.1 to BD-1.5, DVD-1.1 to DVD-1.5)

Remarques

Dual disc edition:
Disc 1: BD50 | 1080p | 24fps | PCM mono audio
Disc 2: DVD9 | PAL | Dolby Digital mono audio (320 kbps)

Codes-barres

  • Barcode: 5035673011300

Album

The Soviet Influence: From Turksib to Nightmail The small number of Russian films which were shown in Britain in the late 1920s and early 1930s excited Russian: Турксиб is a 1929 Soviet documentary film directed by Viktor Alexandrovitsh Turin documenting the building of the TurkestanSiberia Railway. The rail line stretched northeast from Tashkent to Almaty and on to Novosibirsk. The film contrasts the open desert and sand, with the order of rails and movement of machines. The Turkic people ride horses and camels and rear sheep. This drama is set against the dry steppe as it is converted into a cotton growing region. In the early 1930s, under the nervous eye of the censor, Soviet propaganda films were shown in Britain. They played a central role in developing ideas about film as an art-form. Joined: Tue Jun 28, 2005 1:59 pm. Location: Cheltenham, England. Re: The Soviet Influence: From Turksib to Night Mail. 4 Post by antnield Mon May 23, 2011 11:31 am. Album Tracks. About & Images. Similar Releases. Water - The Soviet Influence: From Turksib To Night Mail - Various. The Barrier Between - The Soviet Influence: From Turksib To Night Mail - Various. Out To The Hills And Steppes - The Soviet Influence: From Turksib To Night Mail - Various. The Attack Is Launched - The Soviet Influence: From Turksib To Night Mail - Various. From North To South, From South To North - The Soviet Influence: From Turksib To Night Mail - Various. The Workers' Topical News No. 1 - The Soviet Influence: From Turksib To Night Mail - Neil Thomas. The first release in this occasional series, entitled From Turksib to Night Mail, explores the profound effect that the classic, yet little-seen silent Soviet documentary Turksib Viktor Turin, 1929 had on British documentary films, including the celebrated Night Mail. Turksib is a bold and exhilarating film which brilliantly illustrates the problems faced by regional farmers and trades people, and highlights the need for the Turkestan-Siberian railway. Dazzling, arresting, and yet curiously overlooked, this fine example of Soviet montage cinema was presented to British audiences in 1930 in a. This unique and fascinating release explores this influence through the formal and thematic relationships between Viktor Turin's extraordinary, yet little-seen, silent documentary Turksib 1929, and a number of British documentary films, including the celebrated Night Mail 1936. Similar titles you might also like. You can also suggest completely new similar titles to The Soviet Influence: From Turksib to Nightmail in the search box bel. A middle-class Russian, Victor Turin was educated in the States MIT, learnt the movie business at the Vitagraph, became a western fan and returned to the Soviet Union to direct the great 78-minute documentary Turksib about the heroic transformative building of the railway linking Turkestan to Siberia. Night Mail. Director: Various artists Viktor Turin, Henry Watt, et al Distributor: BFI Rated: PG Release date: 2011-09-19 Website. Turksib 1929 directed by Soviet filmmaker Viktor Turin is about the construction of the Turkestan-Siberian railway. It's a silent film documentary of contrasting visions. The land of the central plains and deserts of Soviet Asia being torn asunder by the labour of man was intended as a positive image by the propaganda machine of the Communists. It was meant, at the outset of a time of global depression, to demonstrate the upgrading of the means of transp. About This Item. We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. Soviet Influence From Turksib to Night Mail 2PC 503567301130 Movies Originally released in 2011. Movie Genre. We're committed to providing low prices every day, on everything. So if you find a current lower price from an online retailer on an identical, in-stock product, tell us and we'll match it. webapp branch. Finally, the much heralded Night Mail Harry Watt, Basil Wright, 1936 closes out the collection. It is the culmination of the Soviet influence over British documentarians with all the techniques garnered through the years focused to pinpoint precision on a thoroughly British film. The documentary features music composed by the great Benjamin Britten and a poem by the equally great W. Auden and tells of a mail train traveling from London to Scotland, This is the Night Mail crossing the border, Bringing the cheque and the postal order, begins the film with Audens famous lines as the wheel

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