London: Routledge, 1991. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, xx, 256 pp., b/w photos, notes, index. Very Good. Item #86844
Articles are "Introduction: Entering the film factory," the editors, "Early Russian cinema: some observations," Yuri Tsivian, "Kuleshov's experiments and the new anthropology of the actor," Mikhail Yampolsky, "Intolerance and the Soviets: a historical investigation," Vance Kepley, Jr., "The origins of Soviet cinema: a study in industry development," Kepley, "Down to earth: aelita relocated," Ian Christie, "The return of the native: Yakov Protazanov and Soviet cinema," Denise J. Youngblood, "A face to the shtetl: Soviet Yiddish cinema, 1924-36," J. Hoberman, "A fickle man, or portrait of Boris Barnet as a Soviet director," Bernard Eisenschitz, "Interview with Alexander Medvedkin," "Making Sense of early Soviet Sound," Ian Christie, "Ideology as mass entertainment: Boris Shumyatsky and Soviet cinema in the 1930s," Richard Taylor.