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Battleship Potemkin (1925)
by Sergei Eisenstein

Originally conceived as part of a cycle of films commemorating the revolutionary events of 1905, Sergei Eisenstein’s Battleship Potemkin recreates in documentary-style the failed mutiny of the Black Sea fleet and the subsequent massacre of the people of Odessa.

Alexander Nevsky (1938)
by Sergei Eisenstein

Kino Klassika proudly presented Sergei Eisenstein’s ALEXANDER NEVSKY at Regent Street Cinema. Screened from a 35mm print with a personal and anecdotal introduction from contemporary composer and DJ Gabriel Prokofiev this was a rare opportunity to consider the film that reinvented Eisenstein and had such an impact on the history of film and film music.

Unexpected Eisenstein: The Exhibition

Unexpected Eisenstein brings together nearly seventy sketches from the Bakhrushin State Theatre Museum and Russian State Archive of Literature and Art (RGALI). A rare chance to consider Eisenstein beyond his great films The Battleship Potemkin and Ivan the Terrible, it explores his influence on generations of British filmmakers from Lawrence Oliver to Derek Jarman…

Eisenstein on Lawrence: A Film by Mark Cousins

In Kino Klassika’s first film commission, British filmmaker Mark Cousins imagines a conversation between DH Lawrence and Sergei Eisenstein in this playful film essay, continuing Mark’s relationship with Eisenstein from his feature film ‘What is this thing called Love?’…

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