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The poetic travelogue A Sixth Part of the World and the "visual symphony" The Eleventh Year mark the beginning of Dziga Vertov's most creative period, which peaked in the canonical film Man with the Movie Camera. This 2-disc set presents the two rare masterpieces in a new transfer and with new soundtracks by British composer Michael Nyman. The bonus features offer materials on the methods of the filmmaker, as well as an introduction to the Vienna research project on Vertov, "Digital Formalism."
Sestaja čast' mira (A Sixth Part of the World) - Soviet Union 1926 - Directed by: Dziga Vertov - Assistant and editor: Elizaveta Svilova - Director of Photography: Michail Kaufman - Produced by: Goskino, Moscow - Premiere: October 19, 1926 (Berlin)
Odinnadcatyj (The Eleventh Year) - Soviet Union 1928 - Directed by: Dziga Vertov - Assistant and editor: Elizaveta Svilova - Director of Photography: Michail Kaufman - Produced by: VUFKU, Kiev - Premiere: March 21, 1928 (Kiev)
Im Schatten der Maschine. Ein Montagefilm (In the Shadow of the Machine. A Compilation Film) - Germany 1928 - Directed by: Albrecht Viktor Blum, Leo Lania - Produced by: Filmkartell "Weltfilm", Berlin - Premiere: November 9, 1928 (Berlin)
Vertov in Blum. Eine Untersuchung (Vertov in Blum. An Investigation) - Austria 2009 - Written and directed by: Adelheid Heftberger, Michael Loebenstein, Georg Wasner - Produced by: Österreichisches Filmmuseum, Vienna - First release
Edited by: Österreichisches Filmmuseum, Vienna
DVD authoring: Ralph Schermbach
DVD supervision: Michael Loebenstein, Adelheid Heftberger, Georg Wasner
First edition December 2009, Second edition August 2010
|Artist(s)||Dziga Vertov, Micheal Nyman, Albrecht Victor Blum, Leo Lania|
|Format||2DVD PAL Interzone/region-free, 4:3, Dolby Digital 2.0|
|Language(s)||Russian, English, German|
|Runtime||DVD1- 73min, DVD2 - 41min|
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