KINO-EYE THE WRITINGS OF DZIGA VERTOV PDF

Dziga Vertov b. Working in the USSR in the s—s, Vertov led the radical Kino-Eye Cine-Eye collective, which championed a new film language that would draw on the unique mechanical and audiovisual properties of cinematography, rather than on theatre or literature traditions. His polemical resistance to narrative fiction films contributed to the development of avant-garde documentary techniques in the Soviet Union and abroad. Long after Vertov fell out of favor in his native country, his work continued to influence international documentary cinema and political media groups. Vertov maintained that filmmakers should seek out and expose the hidden social and political forces that govern life, using moving images and sound to shape spectator consciousness. His films were in dialogue with several avant-garde art movements, and he often experimented with different film techniques in hopes of both depicting and transforming reality.

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Dziga Vertov b. Working in the USSR in the s—s, Vertov led the radical Kino-Eye Cine-Eye collective, which championed a new film language that would draw on the unique mechanical and audiovisual properties of cinematography, rather than on theatre or literature traditions. His polemical resistance to narrative fiction films contributed to the development of avant-garde documentary techniques in the Soviet Union and abroad. Long after Vertov fell out of favor in his native country, his work continued to influence international documentary cinema and political media groups.

Vertov maintained that filmmakers should seek out and expose the hidden social and political forces that govern life, using moving images and sound to shape spectator consciousness. His films were in dialogue with several avant-garde art movements, and he often experimented with different film techniques in hopes of both depicting and transforming reality.

Moreover, Vertov argued that media technology, especially the movie camera and the wireless radio, would radically change how human beings navigated the world and how they understood their place in society.

His theoretical writings are foundational to the discipline of film studies and to writings on film cinematography and montage.

His seminal film Man with a Movie Camera Chelovek s Kinoapparatom is a cornerstone of film courses worldwide. Dziga Vertov was a prolific writer and essayist, publishing several manifestos calling for a new Soviet film language. Many of his best-known early texts were published on behalf of the Kino-Eye filmmaking collective, which Vertov co-founded and led. He also published independent lectures and kept personal diaries. Most of this first collection was translated into English in Vertov , which includes an influential introduction by editor Annette Michelson.

Vertov remains the primary source for most English-language scholarship on Vertov. In the past decade, the Moscow Eisenstein Centre released two major tomes of primary Vertov texts and documents, published in Russian in Vertov and Vertov The Austrian Film museum, which holds a much smaller collection of Vertov documents, also published a survey of its materials in German with English translation in Tode and Wurm DOI: Krupnym Planom.

Moscow: Iskusstvo, Collection of memoirs and reprinted essays written by early Soviet nonfiction filmmaker Esfir Shub. In Russian. Taylor, Richard, and Ian Christie. The most comprehensive collection of translated essays, manifestos, and decrees that define early Russian cinema and the establishment of early Soviet cinema.

Tode, Thomas, and Barbara Wurm, eds. Includes an overview of the collection holdings, accompanied by photographs and translations of document excerpts into both German and English. In German and English. Tsivian, Yuri. Lines of Resistance: Dziga Vertov and the Twenties. Vertov, Dziga. Edited by Sergei Drobashenko. Includes most of his best known and frequently cited articles and manifestos.

Edited by Annette Michelson. Berkeley: University of California Press, Iz Nasledija: Dramaturgicheskije Opyty. Edited by Aleksandr Deriabin and D. Moscow: Eisenstein Center, Vertova-Svilova, Elizaveta Ignatieva. Dziga Vertov V Vospominaniiakh Sovremennikov. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content on this page.

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She received a bachelor's degree in from Brooklyn College. She pursued graduate studies in art history and philosophy at Columbia University and the University of Paris. While in France she wrote and edited for several publications and translated the essays of Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir. She returned to New York in

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