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Postby elanze on Thu Aug 04, 2005 5:37 pm

Aelita

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Iakov Protazanov's film Aelita (1924) has gone down in history with the interesting honour of being the first Soviet science fiction film. Critics have most vividly remembered its expensive Martian scenes with futuristic and Constructivist sets and costumes by Alexandra Ekster and Isaak Rabinovich and the infamous passage where the protagonists start a proletarian revolution on Mars. However, it is only really in the last decade that it has been understood that film is rather at odds with its reputation, and in reality it is neither science fiction nor a pro-revolutionary film.


The majority of the film is set in Moscow, where the action begins, develops and has its ultimate resolution. What action does occur on Mars is eventually shown to have been illusory and a result of hero's dissatisfied imagination, giving an end feeling of it being more of an anti-climatic non-science-fiction film if anything. Furthermore - as we shall see - the film may be pro-Communist but it has a decidedly anti-revolutionary feel about it, which goes in some way to explain the failure of the film with critics at the time. Aside from doubts about the film's commitment to the revolution, contemporary film-makers were scathing about the film's alleged continuity with the bourgeois cinema of the Tsarist age.


Despite heavy criticisms at the time from official Soviet critics, Aelita emerges today (largely due to a pioneering reading of the film by Ian Christie) as a highly complex film that holds as many breaks with pre-revolutionary cinema as it has continuities [1]. It engages with a number of themes and styles and attempts to bring them together within a sophisticated plot which comments on the social, political and historical reality of 1920s Russia, as well as providing audiences with a ripping yarn.

To bring these themes together Protazanov employs a series of interlinking metaphors centring around images of differing times, differing spaces, journeys between these spaces, substitution and doubling, building and change, and oppositions between domestic life and fantasy. It is within this context that the film draws on the realm of science fiction - not as an end in its own right, but as part of Protazanov's rich metaphoric language to talk about earth-bound affairs.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0014646/

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Doroga k zvezdam

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Road to the Stars was one of the most amazing special effects accomplishments in film history. Pavel Klushantsev began working on the colour film in Leningrad in 1954. His aim was to explain and realistically portray the coming age of space exploration. With technical advise from Tikhonravov (who was secretly developing the Soviet Union's first manned spacecraft at the time), Klushantsev showed tremendous ingenuity in explaining and portraying man's conquest of space. The film was nearing completion when Sputnik 1 was launched. Klushantsev hurriedly filmed a sequence illustrating this feat, and the film was released internationally a month later.


The special effects were very ambitious and many scenes are reminiscent of the 2001 space station and Moon colony segments, though the film predated 2001 by a decade.

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0052138/

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Nebo zovyot

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Battle Beyond the Sun. Roger Corman (Producer of US version), Francis Ford Coppola (re-edited version with new footage)

Battle Beyond the Sun (1962) is an elaborate butchering of a Russian film called Nebo zoyvot (1960) and one of Francis Ford Coppola's earliest screen credits. While gadding about Europe producing movies on a shoestring, Roger Corman picked up the rights to several unsold European genre pictures, including what looks to have been a sober and moralistic movie about the need for cooperation between the U.S. and the U.S.S.R.. The Russian rocket Potemkin aborts its Mars mission to rescue two foolish Americans from their craft Typhoon, after they unsuccessfully attempt to beat the Russkies to the red planet.

The Russian visual effects are excellent for their year, with interesting designs for the orbital space station and clever mattes. Acting and direction are merely functional but there are good details like the space station's botanical garden to generate oxygen, and a tense meeting of opposing scientists that is almost identical to the stiff interaction seen in Kubrick's later 2001: A Space Odyssey. Naturally, the 'Russian' side is open and friendly, while the 'Americans' are sneaky and dishonest. The original makers of Nebo zovyot (which translates as "The Heavens Call") must have been dismayed to see their movie and its message twisted into a kiddie flick about giant space blobs on a Martian Moon.

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0053103/

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Planeta Burg

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"Planeta Bur" is about cosmonauts who are lost on Venus, attempting to return to the spaceship, and their adventures along the way, which include encounters with prehistoric reptiles, a volcano, and other perils. Like Ptushko's "Sadko", this is a true gem of fantastic film. The use of natural and artificial sets is very effective in creating an atmospheric, alien world; the monsters (an intelligent robot, a carnivorous plant, pestiferous lizard men, a pterodactyl, and some other dinosaurs) are similarly well done. Unlike American films of this kind, there is no emphasis on macho violence or digressions into "steamy" romance scenes; instead the film concentrates on the lavish visuals in an unhurried and dignified pace. My only complaints are that the introduction is too long and slow-moving, and that the subplot involving Masha's agonizing over the fate of her comrades isn't very interesting; but the scenes on Venus, which comprise the bulk of the film, more than make up for these flaws. "Planeta Bur" was drastically edited by Peter Bogdonavitch and released in the States as "Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women"; two versions exist, one with footage of Mamie Van Doren leading a tribe of telepathic Venusian women and worshipping the pterodactyl of the original film, the other without Ms. Van Doren or any of the prehistoric reptile footage.

http://spanish.imdb.com/title/tt0056352/

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Chelovek Amfibiya

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http://spanish.imdb.com/title/tt0055844/

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Giperboloyd inzhenera Garina

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Set in the mid-1920s, the picture revolves around a death ray which falls into the hands of the crazed Yevstigneyev. After stealing the blueprints from his teacher he decides to use the machine for villainous purposes, until the state intervenes.

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0314105/

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Yego zvali Robert

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A constructor Sergei creates a robot Robert as his own copy. Tanya teaches Robert to feel and the robot becomes more human than his rationalistic creator...

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0062508/

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Tumannost Andromedy

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This is a classic communist utopia set in a distant future. Throughout the novel, the author's attention is focused on the social and cultural aspects of the society; there are several principal heroes (a historian, an archeologist, a starship captain) involved in several lines of action. Though the world shown in the novel is portrayed as ideal, there's an attempt to show a conflict and its resolution with a (voluntary) punishment of a scientist whose reckless experiment caused damage. There's also a fair amount of action in the episodes where the crew of a starship fight alien predators.

Several civilizations of our Galaxy, including Earth, are united in the Great Circle whose members exchange and relay scientific and cultural information. Notably, there's no faster-than-light travel or communication in this world, so interstellar missions sent by Earth are few and can only reach close stars, and the Great Circle civilizations almost never meet in person. The Great Circle radio transmissions are pictured as taking the energy of the whole Earth and therefore infrequent; one of such transmissions is a lecture on the history of the Earth civilization which gives the author an opportunity to put his world into a historic context.

Critics have accused this novel of being overly dry and illustrative, its heroes being more of philosophical ideas than live people. Nevertheless, the novel was a major milestone in Soviet sci-fi literature, which before that was much more short-sighted (never venturing more than a few decades into the future) and focusing on technical inventions rather than social issues. It has been said that the booming Soviet sci-fi of 1960s, including such authors as Strugatsky brothers, would have been impossible or at least very different without this breakthrough novel.

The Andromeda Nebula (1967), most of which were purchased and re-edited by Roger Corman. Even though the Soviet filmmakers were not permitted to view the American films at the time, there is almost no difference between one of these Soviet depictions of a space mission and an American one.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0278781/

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Solaris

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http://akas.imdb.com/Title?0069293

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Moskva-Kassiopeya

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In this children's sci-fi adventure, a crew of adolescents are sent to a distant star within the constellation Cassiopeia in the hopes that by the time they arrive as adults. However, they reach their destination much sooner than expected, and various teenage problems get in the way

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0070413/

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Otroki vo vselennoy

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The second part of 'Moskva – Kassiopea'(1973) which ended when the young scientist cum space crew,all under 15 years of age, reached Alpha in the constellation of Cassiopea. There they discover a new planet ruled by robots who maintain their human subjects in a state of permanent vegetable.

The children manage to free the people by shortcircuiting the robots, thus restoring everybody to their normal neurotic selves. As a parable, the message is transparent and wittily castigates a ruling elite for its authoritarian paternalism, however benevolent. The mission controller finally orders the kids back to Earth

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0071957/

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Postby elanze on Thu Aug 04, 2005 5:38 pm

Hukkunud Alpinisti hotell

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Shot in Estonia, this film is based on the novel by Strugatsky brothers. Police inspector is called to a mountain hotel, but there's no crime. When snow avalanche blocks hotel from the rest of the world, strange things start to happen.. Brilliant soundtrack from Sven Grünberg

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0204526/

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Stalker

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http://akas.imdb.com/Title?0079944

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Petlya Oriona

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A strange phenomenon has been noticed on the outskirts of our Solar system that quickly approaches the Earth. It's called "Orion's Loop." A spaceship with a crew of people and androids identical to them is sent to intercept the anomaly. But strange events start happening as the spaceship approaches the mysterious loop.

http://spanish.imdb.com/title/tt0230634/

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Cherez ternii k zvyozdam

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Humanoid Woman ("Cherez Ternii K Zvyozdam") (1981, Color, Maxim Gorky Filmstudio, USSR) (1/29/89) Astronauts probing an abandoned spaceship find an android woman whose planet is threatened by pollution and a dictatorship.

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0126237/

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Kometa

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0160436/

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Zaveshchaniye professora Douelya

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(1984) Based on Alexander Belyaev's popular science fiction novel, "Professor Dowell's Testament" tells the story of a brilliant scientist who has been trying to solve the riddle of immortality. He shares the secrets of his daring and risky experiments with his colleagues, only to suddenly disappear. The best student and follower of Professor Dowell decides to use the scientific research for criminal purposes--and it looks like he's going to succeed. Starring Igor Vassiliev, Natalya Saiko, Olgert Kroders, Valentina Titova. Directed by Leonid Menaker. Original Russian title Zaveshchanie Professora Douelya. DVD special features include Russian (original), French and English language tracks, original theatrical trailer, filmography, photos, and English, Russian, French, German, Hebrew, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Italian, Dutch and Swedish subtitles.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0088447/

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Chelovek-nevidimka

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Based upon the famous novel by H.G.Wells. A poor scientist named Griffin discovers a way to make things invisible. Since he has no money to continue his research, he decides to perform his only experiment on himself. After becoming invisible, Griffin has a lot of trouble trying to conceal this from other people

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0087043/

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Lunnaya raduga

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In this watchable sci fi story based on a novel by Sergei Pavlov, the time is the 21st century, and the space security organization has a dangerous situation on its hands -- it seems four individuals from outer space have the ability to change form and to affect radio transmissions and magnetic fields. Their powers could threaten governments on earth and seem to derive from an unusual accident on one of the moons of Uranus shortly after four astronauts landed. Now the space police have to bring this potentially disastrous situation under control

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0089618/

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Vozvrashcheniye s orbity

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Sort of Apollo 13 stuff. The film contains real space scenes of the Earth from space shot by Russian austanauts

http://spanish.imdb.com/title/tt0230961/

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Gostya iz budushchego

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Based on Kir Bulychev's fantastic novel Hundred Years Ago. Fascinating adventures with moving in time in year of 2084 of the boy Coli from 6B class, the girl from the future, who could read the thoughts using melaphon, and space pirates who were hunting for that melaphon.

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0086723/

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Postby elanze on Thu Aug 04, 2005 5:39 pm

So i get those 3 messages to complete, wait till i complete, Thanks
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Postby spudthedestroyer on Thu Aug 04, 2005 7:20 pm

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Postby Jynks on Sat Aug 06, 2005 3:01 am

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Postby valja on Sat Aug 06, 2005 8:06 am

"Planeta Bur" has also subtitles - take a look here.
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Postby elanze on Sat Aug 06, 2005 4:17 pm

There are english subtitles for many of them i will search if they are aviables, i have save some. If somebody found more subs of info or more films, please contribute.

Thanks Valja for those subtitles you made :beerchug:
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Postby LVZ on Mon Apr 24, 2006 6:03 am

Anyone have a link for English subtitle file for:

Petlya Oriona (Orion's Loop) ???
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Re: Sci-fi Soviet Union (in progress)

Postby LVZ on Mon May 01, 2006 10:29 am

Re: Tumannost Andromedy (Andromeda Nebula)
I downloaded this film but I found it a bit difficult to follow. Although I don't understand a word of Russian, I did live in Europe for ten years so I was pretty good at figuring out what someone was trying to say (with many errors, naturally.)

I reworked the English subtitle file: http://vegasmusictalk.com/Tumannost-Andromedy.sub

I am sure there are many mistakes but English speakers may find it easier to understand than the one linked below. I would request the any Russian-speaking members here who have downloaded this film try to correct my errors so we can post an even more accurate English translation.

elanze wrote:This is a classic communist utopia set in a distant future. Throughout the novel, the author's attention is focused on the social and cultural aspects of the society; there are several principal heroes (a historian, an archeologist, a starship captain) involved in several lines of action. Though the world shown in the novel is portrayed as ideal, there's an attempt to show a conflict and its resolution with a (voluntary) punishment of a scientist whose reckless experiment caused damage. There's also a fair amount of action in the episodes where the crew of a starship fight alien predators.

Several civilizations of our Galaxy, including Earth, are united in the Great Circle whose members exchange and relay scientific and cultural information. Notably, there's no faster-than-light travel or communication in this world, so interstellar missions sent by Earth are few and can only reach close stars, and the Great Circle civilizations almost never meet in person. The Great Circle radio transmissions are pictured as taking the energy of the whole Earth and therefore infrequent; one of such transmissions is a lecture on the history of the Earth civilization which gives the author an opportunity to put his world into a historic context.

Critics have accused this novel of being overly dry and illustrative, its heroes being more of philosophical ideas than live people. Nevertheless, the novel was a major milestone in Soviet sci-fi literature, which before that was much more short-sighted (never venturing more than a few decades into the future) and focusing on technical inventions rather than social issues. It has been said that the booming Soviet sci-fi of 1960s, including such authors as Strugatsky brothers, would have been impossible or at least very different without this breakthrough novel.

The Andromeda Nebula (1967), most of which were purchased and re-edited by Roger Corman. Even though the Soviet filmmakers were not permitted to view the American films at the time, there is almost no difference between one of these Soviet depictions of a space mission and an American one.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0278781/

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Postby elanze on Thu May 04, 2006 3:22 pm

Valja did that subtitles, there is a post:

viewtopic.php?t=1510&highlight=tumannost

I did a translatation to spanish.
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Postby zushiomaru on Tue Oct 31, 2006 2:00 pm

does anybody know if this was ever released on vhs/dvd??
Treta sled slanzeto(1972)dir by Gueorgui Stoyanov,a Bulgarian SF movie!! means Third Planet in the Solar System.



upload is appreciated!?

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Postby killdozer on Fri Jul 06, 2007 6:02 pm

hi, everyone, this is my first post,

i've found on a russian site (http://film.arjlover.net) an ed2k link to Nebo zovyot (Battle beyond the stars):

i didn't verified it yet, seems to have some sources:
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Postby Truba on Fri Jul 06, 2007 7:45 pm

why this is not working
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Postby valja on Sat Jul 07, 2007 3:43 pm

Truba wrote:why this is not working
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What's wrong with these titles? I hold them in share.

EDIT
As I see, the link you provided appears to be broken. You will find correct link here
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Postby Truba on Sat Jul 07, 2007 5:36 pm

thanks man

great book

looking forward to see the movie

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Postby Truba on Fri Jul 13, 2007 12:44 pm

what about this

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0052138/

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is it watchable
is there english translation? :mrgreen: :oops:
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Postby valja on Fri Jul 13, 2007 8:12 pm

Truba wrote:what about this

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0052138/

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is it watchable
is there english translation? :mrgreen: :oops:


It is very good film, but... it is in russian, no subtitles. :(

Have you seen this one?
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Postby Truba on Fri Jul 13, 2007 8:49 pm

valja wrote:It is very good film, but... it is in russian, no subtitles. :(


so
what are you waiting
put together bunch of guys in some russian forum and together translate this movie for the sake of mother russia :mrgreen: please

valja wrote:Have you seen this one?


no BUT now i must

i decided to watch/download all movies from this collection in progress
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Postby Truba on Tue Jul 31, 2007 2:35 pm

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i need translation :mrgreen:

in fourth year of my primary education i was at the point of deciding which language i should learn
they put me into RUSSIAN language class so i decided to change school and learn english
:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
big mistake
my english is still bad
and i do not know russian either

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