Woman with a Movie Camera

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Constructs ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Father 15
  • Childhood 18
  • Our House 22
  • Bolshevo 28
  • Those Times 32
  • I Will Be a Camerawoman 36
  • Where to Next? 45
  • Lessons of Television 51
  • Teaching 54
  • The Weavers 58
  • My First Film Portrait 65
  • Professional Infatuations 68
  • Them 73
  • The Ordeal 83
  • Compromises 91
  • Sharp Angles 96
  • On the Threshold of Change 100
  • Arkhangelsk Muzhik 107
  • Oleg Efremov 121
  • Solovki Power 124
  • Life Is More Talented Than We Are 157
  • Perestroika- Another Life 162
  • A Taste of Freedom 168
  • Once More about Scripts 177
  • Earthquake 180
  • The House on Arbat Street 183
  • Life with a Camera 194
  • Technology and Creativity 198
  • The Prince 202
  • On Ethics 213
  • Life with a Camera (Continued) 216
  • Documentary Trip 218
  • Filmography of Marina Goldovskaya 227
  • Appendix- Notable Figures in Soviet Filmmaking and Other Arts 233
  • Index 255
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