Soviet Montage
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Soviet Montage
...in which we think thru montage editing, Eisenstein and legacy
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Soviet Montage Video Essay

Here's  the first cut* of Soviet Montage Cinema, produced by Al Lagman and Toby Roca for Film100 under Prof. Anna Cosio. So, this could be a fine example of the type of online document (a film) you could make for #film2700 group project! 

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Influence & Impact on Contemporary Films

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This short essay makes good connections between the ideas espoused by Soviet filmmakers and more contemporary (recognizable to us) uses of motage. Have you seen these films? Did you notice the elements highlighted in the article? Could your group (project) for #film2700 put together this type of document? Yes!

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Some Characteristics of Soviet Montage

Here's a fine introductory essay about editing features of Soviet montage. Can you jive this material with the #film2700 textbook and course notes?

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Battleship Potemkin

Full Battleship Potemkin (Eisenstein, 1925), seminal to film history. The most famous scene, the Odessa Steps Sequence, starts around 47:00. Watch and pay attention to how the story is told through editing, the most important aspect of Soviet film of the period.

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