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Dziga VERTOV
Дзига ВЕРТОВ
Dziga VERTOV
 
USSR, 1926, 53 mn 
Black and white, silent, documentary

A Sixth Part of the World

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Шестая часть мира

 

 La Sixième partie du monde

 shestaya chast mira


 
Directed by : Dziga VERTOV (Дзига ВЕРТОВ)
Writing credits : Dziga VERTOV (Дзига ВЕРТОВ)
Cinematography : Ivan BELIAKOV (Иван БЕЛЯКОВ), S. BENDERSKY (С. БЕНДЕРСКИЙ), Mikhail KAUFMAN (Михаил КАУФМАН), N. KONSTANTINOV (Н. КОНСТАНТИНОВ), Aleksandr LEMBERG (Александр ЛЕМБЕРГ), I. STRUKOV (И. СТРУКОВ), Yakov TOLCHAN (Яков ТОЛЧАН), P. ZOTOV (П. ЗОТОВ)
Editing : Yelizaveta SVILOVA (Елизавета СВИЛОВА), Dziga VERTOV (Дзига ВЕРТОВ)
Production : Central Documentary Studio of Russia
Release date in Russia : 1926
 

DVD with subtitles
Editeur : Filmmuseum. 2010.
intertitres en russe, sous-titres en anglais et allemand

Plot synopsis
A Sixth Part of the World is Vertov's "state of the USSR report", an extraordinary compilation of images from throughout the Soviet Union that chronicles the spread of the Bolshevik Revolution as well as the technological changes affecting the lives of Soviet citizens. Constructed like a piece of music (a contrapuntal structure, recurring themes, crescendos and diminuendos, prestos and lentos, etc.), A Sixth Part of the World is a film of undiminished power and formal artistry.
Source : www.seagullfilms.com
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Fondation Jérôme Seydoux. Octobre 1917, une révolution en images, Paris (France), 2017
- Avant-gardes russes du Centre Pompidou, Paris (France), 2011
- Month of documentaries, Lyon (France), 2008
- Europalia Russia 2005, Brussels (Belgium), 2005


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