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Klaus Eder <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 2 Jun 1995 18:58:39 +0200
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>>----------------------------Original message----------------------------
>>My name is Suki Maesen and I'm a student at the university of Antwerp
>>(Belgium). My major is political sciences and I'm doing some research
>>on moviepropaganda. My research includes the analysis of 'nazi'-movies
>>and communist movies.
Back in 89, the Soviet Filmmakers Union and FIPRESCI (the International
Federation of Film Critics) had organized, in Moscow, a symposium on FILMS
OF THE TOTALITARIAN EPOCH 1933-1945. A series of both German and Soviet
(mostly Russian) films of this period had been screened, and a conference
-- headed by my colleague Maja Turovskaja and by me -- had discussed the
differences and similarities of both cinematographies. The catalogue of
the event is still available -- unfortunately in Russian and in German
language (which actually ate the two concerned languages).
Klaus Eder
Klaus Eder
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