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There are over 1,100 Russian films in the Bobst Avery Fisher Collection including the following series:
1. Entsiklopediia Mastera Kino.
A collection of 245 classic Soviet films made between 1927 and 1953, remastered on DVD, and a supplemental list of 55 films. Some on order. (Title list below.)
2. Early Russian Cinema: Films Before the Revolution.
A video anthology of 28 silent films from Russia before the 1917 Revolution (Avery Fisher Center, VCA 2950-2959). (Title list below.)
For Film Journal titles, see http://guides.nyu.edu/content.php?pid=38618&sid=509381
1. Studies in Russian & Soviet Cinema (from 2007, see e-journals page)
2. Iskusstvo kino (electronic 1931-2011 digital archive and 2012-presnt via Universal Database of Russian Newspapers; paper in Bobst (1-9, 1990, PN1993 .I7)
4. Primary Sources: Early Russian Cinema- A collection of 57 Russian film periodicals published from 1907-1918, Online access, but searching by title only.
1. Kino i zhizn' (PN1993 .S694 no.2,6)
2. Slavic and East European Performance (from 2002, PN2720.S65)
3. Sovetskii ekran (1926-1929)
(Spec.Col PN1993 .S694 Oversize)
4. Soviet film (1967-1990, PN1993.5.R9 S543)
5. Sovetskoe kino Feb. 1926-March 1928
1. Early Russian Cinema (Leiden, Netherland)
A collection of 34 Russian film periodicals on microfilm, published between 1907 and 1917.
(MF 2734 RFP1-34)
2, Soviet cinema: film periodicals, 1918-1942 (in Cataloging, 5/10/2012; contact Diana Greene firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance)
A collection of 27 film journals and 12 film newspapers
Part I. Journals (27) Title list
Part II. Newspapers (12) Title list
3. Ekran (v. 1-32, 1921-1922) (Bobst Microform (Fiche by title)
2. Mosfilm Studio (1938-1945) = Moskovskaia kinostudiia "Mosfilm" (1938-1945). 12 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. + 1 guide (1 v. unpaged ; 28 cm.)
Microform / PN1993.5.R9 M675
Materials about Russian cinema can be found in Bobcat or WorldCat by doing a subject search using the following headings
Motion Pictures, Russian
Motion Pictures—Russia (Federation)
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