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26th 'Il Cinema Ritrovato' Festival

Bologna (Italy) - 23 June 2012 - 30 June 2012

https://festival.ilcinemaritrovato.it/en/ - http://www.cinetecadibologna.it/cinemaritrovato2012

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Ivan Pyr’ev, Mosfilm's Enigma After the wonderful surprises of last year’s retrospective on Boris Barnet, this year we are paying tribute to another Soviet master of musical films, comedy and drama. Undoubtedly, many of Pyr’ev’s films, such as The Party Card or Cossacks of Kuban, are historically ambiguous in their support of the regime – but how can we not admire a filmmaker who was able to represent that gigantic fraud with such musicality and humor? Mostly known for musicals starring his wife Marina Ladynina, Pyr’ev also directed Six O'Clock in the Evening After the War, one of the most extraordinary films on the Second World War. Genuinely interested in Russian folklore and traditions, in other films, such as Song of Siberia, Pyr’ev became a true poet.

Russian or Soviet films

 


The Cossacks of Kuban, 1949

(Кубанские казаки)


Ivan PYRIEV
(Иван ПЫРЬЕВ)


The Tale of Siberian Land, 1947

(Сказание о земле сибирской)


Ivan PYRIEV
(Иван ПЫРЬЕВ)


Six O'Clock in the Evening After the War, 1944

(В шесть часов вечера после войны)


Ivan PYRIEV
(Иван ПЫРЬЕВ)


The Party Card, 1936

(Партийный билет)


Ivan PYRIEV
(Иван ПЫРЬЕВ)