Directed by: Aleksandr P. Dovzhenko, USSR - Sovjet Union, 1927

USSR - Sovjet Union, 1927
Plakatmotiv Zvenigora, © Production Company

Cast and Credits

Director Aleksandr P. Dovzhenko
Assistant Director Julia Solntseva
Julia Solntseva
Julia Solntseva
Julia Solntseva
Scenario Julia Solntseva
M Johanson
Director of Photography Boris Zavjeljev
Camera Operator Aleksej Pankratjev
Camera Assistant Aleksej Pankratjev
Art Director Vasilij Krichevskij
Make-Up Vasilij Krichevskij
Cast Nikolaj Nademskij [Grossvater und General]
Nikolaj Nademskij [Timosch, Rotarmist, spaeter Ingenieur]
Aleksandr Podorzhnyj [Pavlo, Timosch's Bruder, Bandit, spaeter weisser Emigrant]
Georgij Astafiev [Heerfuehrer der Skythen]
I Seljuk [Ataman der Haidamaken]
Leonid Barbe [Katholischer Moench]
Leonid Barbe [Timoschka's wife]
Leonid Barbe [Pawel's Freund]
Leonid Barbe [Student]
Leonid Barbe [Adjutant]
A Simonov [Dicker Offizier zu Pferd]
Polina Skliar-Otawa [Oxana]
Vladimir Uralskij [Bauer]
V Malskij
V Malskij

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,, 1799 meters, 6 reels
Sound System: silent
First Screening: April 13, 1928 in Kiev
Survival Status: This picture is presumably lost
Szenenphoto aus Zvenigora, © Production Company

General Information

Zvenigora is a motion picture produced in the year 1927 as a USSR - Sovjet Union production. The Film was directed by Aleksandr P. Dovzhenko, with Nikolaj Nademskij, , Aleksandr Podorzhnyj, Georgij Astafiev, I Seljuk, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Zvenigora available.

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