Man with a Movie Camera (Alloy Orchestra) 1929 - Человек с киноаппаратом




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Published on Jul 18, 2011

Человек с киноаппаратом - คนที่มีกล้องถ่ายหนัง - Дзига Вертов - एक मूवी कैमरा के साथ मनुष्य - Людина з кіноапаратом - એક મુવી કેમેરા સાથે મેન - L'uomo con la macchina da presa - ఒక సినిమా కెమెరా తో ద - Dziga Vertov - 持攝影機的人 - Living Russia - これがロシヤだ - Der Mann mit der Kamera - مردی با دوربین - L'Homme à la Camera - Άνθρωπος με την Κινηματογραφική Μηχανή - Man with a Movie Camera - אדם עם מצלמה - Homem com uma câmera de filme - 映画用カメラを持つ男

Реставрация: Красный кофе

Dziga Vertov's experimental film grew out of his belief, shared by his editor, Elizaveta Svilova (who was also his wife), and his cinematographer, Mikhail Kaufman (also his brother), that the true goal of cinema should be to present life as it is lived. To that end, the filmmakers offer a day-in-the-life portrait of a city from dawn until dusk, though they actually shot their footage in several cities, including Kyiv, Kharkiv and Odesa. After an opening statement, there are no words in the film (neither voice-over nor titles), just dazzling imagery, kinetically edited - as a celebration of the modern city with a marked emphasis on its buildings and machinery.

New composition performed by the Alloy Orchestra (1995), based on notes left by Vertov. It incorporates sound effects such as sirens, babies crying, crowd noise, etc.

Эксперименты с «киноглазом» и «радиоухом» ставили своей целью отказ от литературного (титры, сценарий) и театрального (игра актёров) элементов в кино, предлагали «заменить искусство, и прямо содействовать жизнестроению, минуя эстетическое посредничество».

This movie use for nonprofit educational purposes.


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