Ivan the Terrible – Part 1

Eisenstein’s final epic recounts the story of the 16th century Tsar Ivan IV and his struggles to establish his rule. The great director began...
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Ivan the Terrible – Part 2

The second part of the history of Ivan the Terrible. (Russ., Eng. & Heb. subt.)
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Alexander Nevsky

In 1938, Eisenstein finally managed to complete a feature film with sound. The timely subject he chose was the Russian hero who drove back the...
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The Mirror

In his most complex and personal work, Andrei Tarkovsky conveys the history of the Soviet Union. Melding the personal with the national and the...
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The Cranes Are Flying

Winner of the Palme d’Or at Cannes 1958, the film opens with the last sunrise on the Soviet Union’s horizon before it enters WWII. Veronika is a...
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Moscow Does not Believe in Tears

A trio of young women come to Moscow during the late 1950s to seek work and love. Vladimir Menshov’s melodrama was a hit in the Soviet Union and the...
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Solaris

Dubbed the "Russian answer to 2001: A Space Odyssey" in the Western press, "Solaris" is based on a novel by one of Eastern Europe's great science...
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Stalker

Stark, eerie, cerebral story of a man called Stalker, who guides two intellectuals through the “Zone”, a mysterious, forbidden wasteland. A slow,...
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City Zero

An engineer is sent to an isolated city to meet the director of the company. From the start he encounters strange occurrences and things become...
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The Ascent

The Ascent is a stepping stone in Soviet cinema. Survival and sacrifice, the value of life and ideology are some of the subjects Schepitko tackles in...
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Come and See

German-occupied Belarus, 1943. Klimov’s hyper-realistic masterpiece describes the atrocities of war as seen through the eyes of a 15-year-old...
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