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INA and co-producer Arte just released a 52’ documentary that sheds light on the Russian artistic revolution. This film documents the rising of new artistic movements inspired and formed by the Revolution.
Russia, February 1917. A series of strikes rocks the capital Saint Petersburg, bringing to an end centuries of Tsarist rule. New artistic movements flourish including Rayonism, Suprematism, and Constructivism, each bolder, more inventive than the last.
Revolutionaries and artists march side by side, with Malevich, Goncharova, Kandinsky, Rodchenko serving as figureheads and playing an active role in building the new society.
Fifteen years later, under Stalin’s yoke, avant-garde artists have no choice but to adopt a naturalist aesthetic, more accessible to the masses, and realist painters are placed on a pedestal.
However, following Stalin’s death, a new generation of artists emerges such as Deyneka, followed by Bulatovand and Kabakov, who excel in circumventing the rules in order to revive creativity and innovation in forms.
Using archive images, documents and filmed footage, along with research into graphic design, the film tells the story of the rise of movements that, in a flourish of activity, helped shape 20th century art.
These artists and their work may be found at the Grand Palais in Paris which currently runs the “RED – Art and Utopia in the land of Soviets” exhibition until July 1, 2019.
Director: Pierre-Henri Gibert
Producer: Sylvie Cazin - INA
New Footage Library – Progress
East Germany the country is no more, but its films live on. Progress is a German archive of the complete film heritage of East Germany from 1946-1990. See the world from the other side of the Iron Curtain.
Tomorrow is The Day – footageMarketplace
The annual get-together of footage professionals is tomorrow Wednesday 15th May. A not-to-be-missed event with over 30 footage libraries and organisations exhibiting and excellent seminars to attend.
footageMarketplace Rolls Out This Week
Wednesday 15th May is the day, 195 Piccadilly (home of BAFTA) the place to meet the best in the footage industry and network with fellow professionals and attend the cutting-edge seminars.
Historic Films Hails Two New Libraries!
The US historic content supplier has acquired new material from two interesting and unusual sources: Alternate Beat TV, with interviews with punk and rock musicians from the 1980s, and Kent State 1970 – student 8mm footage of the violent protests that resulted in the deaths of four young people.
Meet Huntley Film Archives in May at footageMarketplace
Huntley Film Archives is a documentary footage library with a collection of over 80,000 films spanning a century of worldwide historic and social change. Their collection includes some of the earliest films from the 1880s up to more recent events of the 1980s and you can meet them in person at footageMarketplace on 15th May.
Find Out More About footageMarketplace’s Seminars
Nine outstanding speakers are coming to footageMarketplace on 15th May to inform, educate and give you insights into their specialist area of the footage industry. These seminars are free, but last year were standing-room only, so you need to get there early.
LOLA Clips Flies with Eagle Vision
LOLA Clips has now added a huge catalogue into its rapidly growing slate of partnerships like ITV GE and STUDIOCANAL with EagleVision. They are a leading producer and distributor of music based documentaries and high quality live concerts, covering all genres through Jazz, Blues and Soul to Pop and Rock.
First Set of FOCAL Award Nominations Announced
FOCAL International now unveils its first set of nominations for the 16th FOCAL Awards: the world’s only major awards competition dedicated to the promotion and celebration of archival footage and its contribution to the creative and cultural industries.
NaturePL Swoops into footageMarketplace on 15th May
Come and meet the nature specialists at footageMarketplace in London on May 15th and find out more about their growing video offering. footageMarketplace is the best annual event to network, communicate and deal face to face with industry players.
Meet IWM Film at footageMarketplace
One of the premier footage libraries exhibiting on 15th May at footageMarketplace will be IWM Film, showcasing their immense collection of conflict-related material, particularly of the First and Second World Wars.
A Robot Dog Dances
The advent of robots and automation may make huge changes in our lives. Here is a video from Boston Dynamics which gives you an idea of what robots are capable of – dancing to funk music!
Why Hippos are the Deadliest Animals!
The vegetarian Hippopotamus kills more people than lions, tigers or bears. These heavyweights may live up to 60 years, and males weigh up to 1,500 kg (3,310 lb) and 1,300 kg (2,870 lb) for females.
Newly-digitised NATO Archive Footage Now Available from IWM
Following an extensive digitisation project commissioned by NATO, over 2000 titles of official footage are available for licencing via IWM Film. This project is part of an exclusive global licencing distribution partnership, marking 70 years of the political-military alliance.