The Man With a Movie Camera

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Time Out says

An analytical account of the State of the (Soviet) Union at a crucial transitional stage, this is one of the most seminal and therefore controversial films in the history of cinema. Vertov's exhilarating and often hilarious exploration of the relations between cinema, actuality and history opened up all the issues Godard, the avant-gardes, and political film-makers have been wrestling with ever since. The film cannot easily be slotted into any single tradition, because it poses all the questions about the status of representation which dominant cinema represses. A truly radical and liberating work.

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US release:

Mon Sep 16, 1929

Duration:

69 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Dziga Vertov

Screenwriter:

Dziga Vertov

Cinematography:

Mikhail Kaufman

Editor:

Dziga Vertoz, Elizaveta Svivlova

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