Tue 16.07.13
Tue 16.07.13

RusClub #3



(NL) RusClub is een platform voor Russische cinema. Elke maand organiseert nadine een cinema avond samen met Alexandra Dementieva ( die het publiek doorheen de geschiedenis van de Russische cinema gidst aan de hand van twee geselecteerde films. 
De volgende RusClub vindt plaats op dinsdag 16 juli in Plateau (Herdersstraat 30, Elsene). De deuren openen om 7u30 en de eerste film start om 8u.
(EN) RusClub is a platform for Russian cinema. Every month nadine hosts a cinema-evening where Alexandra Dementieva ( selects two Russian movies and guides you through the history of Russian cinema. 
Next RusClub will take place on Tuesday 16 July at Plateau, Rue du Berger 30 Herdersstraat in Ixelles, Elsene. The doors open at 7:30pm and the first movie starts at 8pm. 
Selection 16/07 
Ivan the Terrible (Part 1) 1944
director: Sergei Eisenstein 
During World War II, with the German army approaching Moscow, Eisenstein was one of many Moscow-based filmmakers who were evacuated to Almaty, in the Kazakh SSR. There, Eisenstein first considered the idea of making a film about Tsar Ivan IV, aka Ivan the Terrible, whom Joseph Stalin admired, seeing him as the same kind of brilliant, decisive, successful leader that Stalin aspired to be.
The first film, Ivan The Terrible, Part I, was filmed between 1942 and 1944, and released at the end of that year. The film presented Ivan as a national hero, and won Joseph Stalin's approval (and even a Stalin Prize).
Russian Animation Films (Second World War period)
Beat the Fascist Pirates 
director: O. Khodataeva, art director: P. Nosov
Strike the Enemy on the Front Lines and at Home!
director: V. & Z. Brumberg
A mighty handshake
director: O. Ivanov, art director: A. Filippov, L. Pozdneev, Y. Popov
To you Moscow
director: Grigory Lomidze