In Brand Positioning → Screenings
Eisenstein’s October with LSO

A Gala Evening: Eisenstein’s October with the LSO

We are currently seeking a brand partner for our landmark screening of Eisenstein’s October with the London Symphony Orchestra on October 26, 2017 at the Barbican Centre London.  

In partnership with our major supporter of the evening, Lombard Odier Private Bank, we would work with a brand partner to tailor-make a series of opportunities to highlight your brand.  The evening provides an excellent opportunity to associate with three circles of creative excellence: a film from Russia’s greatest director, Sergei Eisenstein, Europe’s leading film music conductor, Frank Strobel, and London’s leading orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra.  

If you are interested to find out more about branding opportunities with Kino Klassika, please contact us at: [email protected].

The summary of the project:

Marking the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, Kino Klassika presents Sergei Eisenstein’s 1928 film masterpiece, October, which recreates the events of October 1917. This British premiere gives us an opportunity to see the film accompanied by music originally composed by Edmund Meisel with the London Symphony Orchestra and conductor Frank Strobel.

In Archives and Collections → Program
Nevaland St Petersburg on Film

Seeking Archive and Collection Partners for ‘Nevaland’

We are currently seeking archive and collection partners for the program, NEVALAND, which aims to map the history of St Petersburg on film. Working in partnership with Seanse Magazine of St Petersburg and renowned cultural historian, Professor Catriona Kelly, this program will develop out of an exhibition, planned in St Petersburg in Autumn 2017. 

If you are an archive or content owner with collections in this area, please email us at: [email protected].

The summary of the project:

Russia’s pre-1917 capital has always housed a vigorous and individual tradition of film-making. Our program, Nevaland, curated by renowned cultural and film historian, Professor Catriona Kelly of Oxford University, will examine that tradition over time to celebrate the centenary of Soviet Russia’s first film The Tenants and the century long legacy of Russia’s most imaginative city on film.

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