Stage & Screen Sergei Eisenstein Film Sense

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Film Sense

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Sergei Mikhailovich Eisenstein, born in Riga in 1898, first achieved world fame with his silent film, Potemkin in 1925. Although he only completed six films in his lifetime, he is considered one of the most influential film-makers and film theoreticians of all time.

The Film Sense draws upon Eisenstein's experience in the creation of Strike, Potemkin, Ten Days That Shook the World, Old and New and Alexander Nevsky to discuss films as a medium that would appeal to all the senses, not just the emotions and the intellect. The book also includes a complete list of his work and a bibliography.

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The theory of "montage" or editing, developed by early Soviet filmmakers, reached its deepest expression in the writings of Sergeii Eisenstein, undeniably the most profound theorist of film art. This book contains the clearest and most accessible introduction to his ideas about the cinema. Eisenstein, who directed "The Battleship Potemkin" and "Alexander Nevsky," was a master propagandist as well as a superb filmmaker. In this book, he argues passionately that these two crafts are closely related.

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Sergei Mikhailovich Eisenstein, born in Riga in 1898, first achieved world fame with his silent film, Potemkin in 1925. Although he only completed six films in his lifetime, he is considered one of the most influential film-makers and film theoreticians of all time.

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Eisenshtein, Sergei; Leyda, Jay [Translator]
Editorial: Faber & Faber (1986)
ISBN 10: 057108575X ISBN 13: 9780571085750
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