The Red Screen: Politics, Society, Art in Soviet Cinema

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Index

a
Aaga 34
Abdrashitov, Vadim 8 , 13 , 338 ;
A Train Stopped266 , 268 , 272 , 337
abortion 69 , 225
Abraham, Nicolas 127
Abram'ian, C. 309
Abramov, N. P. 114
abstract images 3 , 90-109
'absurdism' 323
Abuladze, Tengiz 6 , 265 ;
The Prayer178 , 179 , 182 , 186 , 308 , 311 ;
Repentance11 , 12-13
Accordion, The59
acheiropoietic image 123
actors (emotional repertoire) 143-4
Actress, The164
Adamovich, O. 73
Adventures of Oktiabrina52
Adzhrapetian, A. 309
Aelita37
Afonia84
Afterword266 , 267 , 273
Agfa 21 , 35
Agony241 , 243-6
Aitmatov, Chingiz 307 , 311
"albums" 5 , 157 , 158
alcoholism 235 , 239
Aleinikov, M. 30-1
Aleksandr Parkhomenko167
Aleksandrov, Grigorii 4 , 5 , 59-60 , 62 , 254-5
Alentova, Vera 240
Alexander Nevsky156 , 165 , 304 , 317 , 319
Aleynikov brothers 339
All-Russian Central Executive Committee 20
All-Russian Musical Conference 252
allegory 182-3 , 184
Alone59
Alov, Alexander 223 , 268
Alpers, B. 73
Altman, Rick 254
Amadeus334
America:
Americanism 4 , 48-9 , 53 ;
anti-American trends 5 , 268-9 ;
classical Hollywood style 133-4 , 136-7 , 141 , 144-5 , 221-2 ;
exports 28-9 , 55 , 56 ;
genre films (and socialist realism) 9-10 , 249-62 ;
influence of 47-8 ;
war films 148-9
analysis (function) 318
Andreev, Leonid 46
Andrei Rublev175 , 185 , 224 , 304 , 306 , 317 , 319
Andropov, Yuri 10 , 266 , 270
Anglo-American Film-Export Company 33-4
Anglo-Russian Trade Agreement 23-4
Anisimov, P.P. 180
anthill theme 235
anti-American trends 5 , 268-9
anti-fascism 194 , 195
anti-war films 194 , 195
Antonioni, Michelangelo 331
archaic school 7 , 176-91passim
Armenian cinema 307 , 309 , 311 , 313, 344

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