By Birgit Beumers
- The newest and thorough assurance of Russian, Soviet and post-Soviet cinema, which additionally successfully fills gaps within the present scholarship within the field
- This is the 1st quantity on Russian cinema to discover particularly the background of motion picture theatres, studios, and academic institutions
- The editor is without doubt one of the so much tested and an expert students in Russian cinema reports, and contributions come from best specialists within the box of Russian experiences, movie experiences and visible Culture
- Chapters contemplate the humanities of scriptwriting, sound, creation layout, costumes and cinematography
- Provides 5 photos of key figures in Soviet and Russia movie background, whose works were a little bit neglected
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A Companion to Russian Cinema (CNCZ - Wiley Blackwell Companions to National Cinemas) by Birgit Beumers