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The academic talk and seminar 'Deleuze and Russian cinema'

02 July 2015
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The academic talk and seminar 'Deleuze and Russian cinema'

July 02, 2015 Sholokhov University hosted the Academic Talk and Seminar, delivered by Sergey A. Toimentsev, (Ph. D. in Comparative Literature (Certificate in Women’s Studies), Rutgers University, held as part of the international scientific program of Russian Institute for Advanced Study (RIAS) "Deleuze and Russian Cinema: Philosophical Aspects of Cinematography in a Totalitarian State".

 The Seminar discussed the theoretical and practical aspects of the philosophical approach to cinema, as well as the specifics of Russian cinematography in the light of Deleuze philosophy.

The speaker tried to correct the impression that in the Soviet cinema philosophical understanding of time never occurred. Despite the suppression of the film avant-guard aesthetics by Stalinist socialist realism, in the Soviet cinematography a special tradition of film-image time can be clearly traced, which is most clearly manifested in the films of the “thaw period” by Tarkovsky, Abdrashitov, Sokurov and Muratova.

 Despite the suppression of the Stalinist socialist realism aesthetics film avant-guard in the Soviet cinema clearly traced its tradition of film-image time, which is most clearly manifested itself in the films thaw Tarkovsky Abdrashitova, Sokurov and Muratova.

The Seminar was attended by the RIAS  international project participants, also by film director Eugeny V. Tsymbal.

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