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Man With a Movie Camera (1929) back to product details  

Director: Dziga Vertov, Dziga Vertov
Screenwriter: Dziga Vertov, Dziga Vertov
Cinematographer: Mikhail Kaufman, Mikhail Kaufman
Screen Story: Dziga Vertov, Dziga Vertov
Editor: Elizaveta Svilova, Elizaveta Svilova


Screen Formats:B&W
Sound:5.1 Dolby Digital,PCM stereo
Features:
Original score composed and performed by the Alloy Orchestra, based on musical instructions written by Dziga Vertov
Audio essay written by Yuri Tsivian

Chapters:
Side #1 --
0. Scene Index
1. Opening Credits [2:48]
2. The Beginning [6:25]
3. Work Day Begins [9:02]
4. Open For Business [5:08]
5. Still Life, In Motion [8:26]
6. Emergency [6:46]
7. Power: Coal, Steel, Silk and Water [5:35]
8. Work Day Ends. Playtime Begins [8:04]
9. Exercise [3:42]
10. Special Effects [5:46]
11. The Pace Increases [6:07]
12. Ending Credits [:12]

Awards:
  • 1995 won Film Presented from Telluride Film Festival.
  • This title is currently unavailable on disc or is no longer in-print.

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