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Man With A Movie Camera (Chelovek s kinoapparatom) (BFI)

Man With A Movie Camera (Chelovek s kinoapparatom) (BFI)

Released on 22 July 2002

Format: DVD | Rating: Exempt from Classification

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'Man With a Movie Camera' is an extraordinary piece of filmmaking, a montage of urban Russian life showing the people of the city at work and at play, and the machines that keep the city going. It was Vertov's first full-length film, and he used all the cinematic techniques at his disposal - dissolves, split screen, slow motion and freeze-frames - to produce a work that is exhilarating and intellectually brillant. This special edition DVD features a choice of three soundtacks to accompany the film: A soundtrack composed and performed by the Alloy Orchestra, who have closely followed Vertov's notes on music to accompany the film. A new score from In the Nursey, who successfully toured the UK with the film last year. Their score deploys the latest music technology to create a soundtrack that reflects Vertov's own progressive filmmaking techniques. A commentary by Yuri Tsivian, the leading historian of Russian silent camera. His provocative and stimulating account makes this masterpiece of documentary cinema accessible as never before.
  • Two Musical Scores: The Alloy Orchestra Playing The Original Score And A New Score By Electronic Duo In The Nursery
  • Commentary By Russian Cinema Expert Yuri Tsivian
  • Filmmakers Bios.
  • Original Poster Images
  • Film Notes
certificateExempt from Classification
directorDziga Vertov
duration1 hour and 10 minutes
languagesNone (Silent)
region2
year1929