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FILM SCREENING: OCTOBER: TEN DAYS THAT SHOOK THE WORLD
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Time(s): 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Address: 5750 Wilshire Blvd #100
Phone: +1 323 5253388
Cost: Free admission with RSVP via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/film-screening-eisensteins-october-ten-days-that-shook-the-world-tickets-39503801935?aff=es2
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Free admission with RSVP via Eventbrite.
Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tuesday, November 13th 2017, 7:00pm
Goethe-Institut Los Angeles, 5750 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 100, Los Angeles CA 90036
Info: +1 323 5253388 or Info@losangeles.goethe.org
Soviet Union, 1928, 116 min., Silent with English Intertitles. Writer-Directors: Sergej Eisenstein, Grigorij Aleksandrov, Cinematography: Ėduard Tissé, Music: Edmund Meisel, Cast: Nikolaj Popov, Vasilij Nikandrov, Boris Livanov, Ljaščenko, Čibisov, Nikolaj Podvojskij, Ėduard Tissé
For the 10th anniversary of the Russian Revolution Eisenstein re-enacted the 10 days that shook the world. Using thousands of extras the then 29-year-old shooting star of Soviet cinema tells the story of the events that led to the fall of the house of the Romanovs. “He was looking “types” rather than prominent actors. Then, he sounds the charge at the Winter Palace, this time for real, in order to deliver the desired images of the revolution.” (Source: Alexander Schwarz, Filmmuseum München)
Sergei Mikhailovich Eisenstein (1898- 1948) was the most influential Soviet film director. He was one of Meyerhold‘s students and started out at the Proletkult Theater in Moscow, where he developed new structures of theatrical narration. As a film director his quest for a new language of cinema, according to Lenin the most important art form, resulted in a new and innovative use of editing, rhythm and framing.
His work at the Mosfilm studios led to a series of revolutionary-historical films, such as Strike (1925), Battleship Potemkin (1925), October (1927). On the eve of World War II he directed the patriotic historical epos Alexander Nevski (1938). After the war he wrote and helmed the shooing of Ivan the Terrible (1945, part 2 posthumously in 1958, part 3 only as a fragment), which drew severe criticism from the communist party.
Edmund Meisel (1894 – 1930) was an Austrian-born composer who rose to prominence for the scores for Eisenstein’s Battleship Potemkin and October as well as for Walter Ruttmann's Berlin: Symphony of a Metropolis (1927).
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CANTER'S DELI AND THE KIBITZ ROOM
419 North Fairfax Ave Los Angeles, 90036 (323) 651-2030 - Canter's Has Been An Institution On Fairfax Forever ( Since 1948 Anyway - They Started Out In Boyle Heights In 1931) And The Restaurant Is Still Going Strong 24/7 Everyday. Deli, Dining, Full Bar And ....
LACMA FILM PROGRAM
5905 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, Ca 90036 Bing Center At Lacma. 323 857-6010 - The Film Department Celebrates The International Art Of Cinema, Past And Present, With Thematic Film Series, Retrospectives And Tributes Devoted To The Work Of The Art Form's Greatest Practitioners. ....
PAGE MUSEUM - LA BREA TAR PITS
5801 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, Ca 90036 Between La Brea And Fairfax (323) 934-Page (7243) - - The Page Museum Is Located At The Rancho La Brea Tar Pits. Rancho La Brea Is One Of The World’S Most Famous Fossil Localities, Recognized For Having The Largest And Most Diverse Assemblage Of Extinc ....
CRAFT & FOLK ART MUSEUM
5814 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles Ca 90036 (Between Curson & Fairfax) 323-937-4230 - - The Craft & Folk Art Museum Pioneered Recognition In The Los Angeles Area Of The Aesthetic And Cultural Merit Of Traditional Arts And Contemporary Crafts. It Was One Of The First Museums In The Count ....
THE ORIGINAL FARMERS MARKET
6333 West Third Street, Los Angeles Ca 90036 3Rd And Fairfax 323-933-9211 - Since 1934 A Place For Fresh Produce, Meat, Seafood And Poultry Plus Gift Shopping And Dining. Www.Farmersmarketla.Com
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WILSHIRE/NORMANDIE STATION - PURPLE LINE METRO
3510 Wilshire Bl. Los Angeles 90005 - - There Are Three Wilshire Stations That Are Served By A Separate Line Running From Wilshire/Western To Downtown Los Angeles. So If You Are Traveling From One Of The Wilshire Stations Toward Downtown, ....
WILSHIRE/VERMONT STATION - PURPLE LINE METRO
3191 Wilshire Bl. Los Angeles 90005 - - There Are Three Wilshire Stations That Are Served By A Separate Line Running From Wilshire/Western To Downtown Los Angeles. So If You Are Traveling From One Of The Wilshire Stations Toward Downtown, ....
WILSHIRE/WESTERN STATION - PURPLE LINE METRO
3775 Wilshire Bl. Los Angeles 90005 - - There Are Three Wilshire Stations That Are Served By A Separate Line Running From Wilshire/Western To Downtown Los Angeles. So If You Are Traveling From One Of The Wilshire Stations Toward Downtown, ....
3790 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, Ca 90010 213.388.1400 - Historic Art Deco Entertainment Venue From The 1930'S Located In The Mid-Wilshire Area. The Theater Was Renovated In 2002 To Create A Standing Room Area Infront Of The Stage And Seating For About 100
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