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In response to Dennis Doros:
 
 
The Munich Filmmuseum has organized a massive, three month retrospective, 
"Eisenstein and the World". The program of more than fifty films, includes
all of Eisenstein's films, films that he wrote about, and films that he
influenced. This weekend, the Filmmuseum is hosting an international
syposium on Eisenstein and his influence on the world's cinema.
 
The retrospective was curated by assistant curator, Klaus Volkmer. Among
the programs being shown:
 
THE RETURN OF POTEMKIN (1996, Gennadij Poloka)
DRIFTERS (1929, John Grierson / POTEMKIN (recreation of first London
screening of both films)
HOUSE OF HATE, Episode 2 (1918, George Seitz) / THE KISS OF MARY PICKFORD 
(1927, Sergei Komarov)
YOUNG MR. LINCOLN (1939, John Ford)
VOSSTANIE RYBAKOV/THE REVOLT OF THE FISHERMEN (1934, Erwin Piscator) /
REDES (1935, P. Strand)
KANIKO-SEN (1953, So Yamamura)
ROMANCE SENTIMENTALE (1930, Gregori  Alexandrov) / VESELYE REBJATA (1934, 
G. Alexandrov)
GIFTGAS (1929, Mikhail Dubson)
FRAUENNOT - FRAUENGLÜCK (1929, Eduard Tisse)
GLUMOV'S DIARY (1923)
SUTTER'S GOLD (1936, James Cruze) / AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY (1931, Josef von
Sternberg)
A CORNER IN WHEAT (1909, D.W. griffith) / INTOLERANCE (1916, D.W. Griffith)
FALL OF THE ROMANOV DYNASTY (1927, Esfir Shub)
STORMING THE WINTER PALACE (1920, N. EVrejnov) / LES 400 FARCES DUI DIABLE
(1906, Melies) / OCTOBER (1928, Eisenstein)
SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS (1937, Walt Disney)
DUHUIDE ZAO CHEN (1933, Cai Chusheng)
THE LOYAL 47 RONIN (1928, Shozo Makino) / OROCHI (1925, Buntaro Futugawa) 
THE MAGIC CORN (1941, V. Kadochinkov, Eisenstein)
SHENG SI HEN (1948, Fei Mu)
SNOW WHITE (1930, S. & G. Vasilev) / TCHAPAEV (1934, S. & G. Vasiliev)
UN CHIEN ANDALOU (1928, Bunuel) / BALLET MECANIQUE (1924, Leger) / GENERAL
LINE (1929)(pre-Stalin version!!!)
NORTHWEST PASSAGE (1940, King Vidor)
THE HOUSE OF THE MASTER (1998, Naum Klejman)
and more.
 
Complete program on our internet version of our program broshure, "off":
http://www.dimos.de/artechock/off
 
 
Jan-Christopher Horak
Director
Munich Filmmuseum
Munich, Germany
 
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