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Animated Soviet Propaganda - American Imperialists

Posted on: January 8, 2007 | Views: 768 | Comment

Part 1 of 4 of the Documentary "Animated Soviet Propaganda" From 1924 to perestroika the USSR produced more than 4 dozen animated propaganda films. They weren't for export. Their target was the new nation and their goal was to win over the hearts and minds of the Soviet people. Anti-American, Anti-British, Anti-German, Anti-Capitalist, Anti-Fascist, some of these films are as artistically beautiful as the great political posters made after the 1917 revolution which inspired Soviet animation. A unique series. With a unique perspective. Includes interviews with the directors of the animated films which are still alive and commentary by a leading Soviet film scholar. Two hours of documentary and six hours of animated films:

Black and White, 1933, directed by I. Ivanov-Vano and L.
Mister Twister, 1963, A. Karanovitch, Soyuzmultfilm Studio.
Someone Else's Voice. 1949. I. Ivanov-Vano. Soyuzmultfilm.
Ave Maria, 1972, I. Ivanov-Vano. Soyuzmultfilm.
The Millionaire, 1963, V. Bordzilovsky and Y. Prytkov, Soyuzmultfilm.
Shooting Range, 1979, V. Tarasov. Soyuzmultfilm.
Mr. Wolf, 1949, directed by V. Gromov. Soyuzmultfilm.

OVERVIEW COMMENTATORS:
Igor Kokarev, Professor of Film Sociology, Russian State Film School
Vladimir Tarasov, director/ artist "Shooting Gallery"
Dr. Sofia Marshak, PhD, great-granddaughter of children's poet Samuel Marshak Amalrik. Mezrabpomfilm.

More Information at: www.russiananimation.com 

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imperialism • animation • soviet • traditional • propaganda • revolution • communism • conspiracy • fascism • bolshevik • capitalism • 20s • imperialist • historic