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Grigori KOZINTSEV
Григорий КОЗИНЦЕВ
Grigori KOZINTSEV
Leonid TRAUBERG
Леонид ТРАУБЕРГ
Leonid TRAUBERG
 
USSR, 1934, 98 mn 
Black and white, fiction

Maxim's youth

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Юность Максима

 

 La Jeunesse de Maxime

 Yunost Maksima


 
Directed by : Grigori KOZINTSEV (Григорий КОЗИНЦЕВ), Leonid TRAUBERG (Леонид ТРАУБЕРГ)
Writing credits : Grigori KOZINTSEV (Григорий КОЗИНЦЕВ), Leonid TRAUBERG (Леонид ТРАУБЕРГ)
 
Cast
Boris BLINOV (Борис БЛИНОВ)
Boris CHIRKOV (Борис ЧИРКОВ) ...Maxime
Stepan KAIUKOV (Степан КАЮКОВ) ...Dema
Valentina KIBARDINA (Валентина КИБАРДИНА) ...Natacha
A. KULAKOV (А. КУЛАКОВ) ...Andreï
Mikhail TARKHANOV (Михаил ТАРХАНОВ) ...Polivanov
Pavel VOLKOV (Павел ВОЛКОВ) ...L’ouvrier
 
Cinematography : Andrei MOSKVIN (Андрей МОСКВИН)
Production design : Yevgeni ENEJ (Евгений ЕНЕЙ)
Music : Dmitriy SHOSTAKOVICH (Дмитрий ШОСТАКОВИЧ)
Sound : Ilya VOLK (Илья ВОЛК)
Production : Lenfilm,
Restauration : Mosfilm (1965)
Release date in Russia : 27/01/1935
 

Awards :
First prize Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 1935

Plot synopsis
revolutionary. Part 1 of the “Maxim” trilogy. 1st Prize at the 1st Soviet IFF in Moscow (1935). For the trilogy, the main members of the crew and cast received the Stalin Prize (first class): G. Kozintsev, L. Trauberg, B. Chirkov (1941).
Source : www.lenfilm.ru
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- L'Année 36 au Forum des images, Paris (France), 2016
- Festival of Central and Eastern Film , Wiesbaden (Germany), 2012
- Pordenone Silent Film Festival, Pordenone (Italy), 2011
- Festival "Vivat Kino Rossii", St Petersburg (Russia), 2011
- Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 2007
- Europalia Russia 2005, Brussels (Belgium), 2005
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 1935


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