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KINO: The Russian Cinema Series

Cinema has been the predominant art form of the first half of the twentieth century, at least in Europe and North America. Nowhere was this more apparent than in the former Soviet Union, where Lenin's remark that 'of all the arts, cinema is the most important' became a cliché and where cinema attendances were until recently still among the highest in the world.

The continuing aim of our KINO series is to situate Russian, Soviet and ex-Soviet cinema in its proper historical and aesthetic context, both as a major cultural force and as a crucible for experimentation that is of central significance to the development of world cinema culture.

Series Editor: Richard Taylor
Advisory Board: Birgit Beumers, Julian Graffy, Denise Youngblood

A Sergei Eisenstein Selected Works
Alexander Medvedkin
Bed and Sofa
Burnt by the Sun
Cinema in Central Asia: Rewriting Cultural Histories
Dmitri Shostakovich: A Life in Film
Dziga Vertov: Defining Documentary Film
Ivan the Terrible
Kira Muratova
Little Vera: The Film Companion 8
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Nikita Mikhalkov
Repentance
Russia on Reels: The Russian Idea in Post-Soviet Cinema
Soviet Cinema: Politics and Persuasion Under Stalin
Storm Over Asia
The Cinema of Alexander Sokurov
The Cinema of Tarkovsky: Labyrinths of Space and Time
The Cranes are Flying
Towards a Theory of Montage: Sergei Eisenstein Selected Works: v. 2

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