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Vladimir ROMASHKOV
Владимир РОМАШКОВ
Vladimir ROMACHKOV
 
Russia, 1908, 15 mn 
Black and white, silent, fiction

Stenka Razin

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Стенька Разин (Понизовая вольница)

 

 Stenka Razine

 Ponizovaya Volnitsa (Ponisobaya volnitsa


 
Directed by : Vladimir ROMASHKOV (Владимир РОМАШКОВ)
Writing credits : Vasili GONCHAROV (Василий ГОНЧАРОВ)
 
Cast
Yevgeni PETROV-KAZHEVSKI (Евгений ПЕТРОВ-КАЖЕВСКИЙ)
 
Cinematography : Aleksandr DRANKOV (Александр ДРАНКОВ), Nikolay KOZLOVSKY (Николай КОЗЛОВСКИЙ)
Produced by : Aleksandr DRANKOV (Александр ДРАНКОВ)
Production : A. Drankov
Release date in Russia : 15/10/1908
 

Plot synopsis
The first Russian feature.
«Having spent enormous amounts of money, human labor and time I did everything in my power to ensure that the technical and artistic level of the movie is appropriately high for an epoch-making film in our cinema» (Aleksandr Drankov).
 

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Sten’ka Razin has the distinction of being the first Russian dramatic production — a tribute to the determination of its producer, Aleksandr Drankov. When his first seventeen actualities failed to win serious attention in early 1908, he answered the widespread call for Russian-made films with Sten’ka Razin. This account of the popular brigand leader who dallied with a captured Persian princess was adapted from a traditional ballad “From the Island to the Deep Stream” and Drankov commissioned original music to accompany his film from no less than Ippolitov-lvanov, then head of the Moscow Conservatoire. Energetic promotion ensured the film’s commercial success and launched Drankov’s career as a producer.
Source : www.milestonefilms.com

Selected in the following festivals :
- Fondation Jérôme Seydoux. L'âge d'or du cinéma muet russe (1908-1934), Paris (France), 2015
- Les rencontres culturelles Russenko, Le Kremlin-Bicêtre (France), 2011
- Russische Filmwoche in Berlin, Berlin (Germany), 2008
- 'Il Cinema Ritrovato' Festival, Bologna (Italy), 2008
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2008

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