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Кадр из фильма «Albatros. A Russian Film Studio in Paris»
Альбатрос. Русская киностудия в Париже
Albatros. A Russian Film Studio in Paris
  • 26 min.
  • russian, french

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The Albatross film studio was founded in Paris in 1920 by Russian émigré filmmakers who left Russia after the 1917 revolution. From 1920 to 1929, the Albatros studio and it was Russian filmmakers who managed to make a real revolution in French cinema. The phenomenal success of Albatross films provided a second life for French cinema, allowing it to enter international distribution and compete with Hollywood. At the head of this small studio, born one February evening in 1920 on the Greek ship of the same name "Albatross", were two Russian producers Iosif Ermoliev and Alexander Kamenka.

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Crew

Director
Alexander Moaks, Yuri Yarovenko
Cinematographer
Cyril Bron, Boris Kirisenko
Producer
Denis Kovalevsky, Nikolay Yaroshenko

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