Video — 1 videodisc (279 min.) : sound ; b&w ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (21 pages : illustrations; 15 cm) Sound: digital; optical. Digital: video file; Blu-ray; all region.
Man with a camera (1929)
Enthusiasm: symphony of the Donbas (1931)
Three songs about Lenin (1934)
Kino eye (1924)
Kino Pravda (1922-1925).
A collection of Russian experimental documentary films by Dziga Vertov, who used in his films several cinematic techniques (split screens, multiple superimpositions, variable speeds, et cetera) to present urban life from dawn to dusk.
Correspondence, writings, reports, government documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to life in Russia prior to the 1917 Revolution; the persecution of the Jews in Russia and their emigration to Germany, 1904-1906; Soviet financial and commercial policy, 1918-1925; the purchase of 600 locomotives by the Soviet government from Sweden, 1920; and the German socialist Karl Liebknecht.
Writings, correspondence, notes, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to the Russian Revolution and Soviet foreign policy; various aspects of Soviet society from 1917 to World War II, including economic conditions and labor; and nineteenth and twentieth century European history in general. Includes drafts of and working materials for an unpublished book-length documentary study by M. T. B. Spalding and Xenia Joukoff Eudin, "Origins of Soviet Foreign Policy, 1917-1920." Also includes newspaper and periodical issues published in Belgium immediately after its liberation in 1945, and reproductions of paintings in the Tretiakov State Gallery, Moscow.