Assa (1987), Sergei Solovev

Hailed as one of the most controversial films of the era, this groundbreaking documentary is a portrait of rebellious teenagers growing up under communist rule in Latvia.

Brief Encounters (1967), Kira Muratova

Kino Klassika’s second annual International Women’s Day gala this year will see Kira Muratova’s 1967 romantic drama Brief Encounters screened on March 8th at Soho House. This gala evening will be in collaboration with Veuve Clicquot. 

Enthusiasm (1930), Dziga Vertov

Kino Klassika collaborates with the Centre Pompidou to present Dziga Vertov’s first sound film, Enthusiasm, documenting the intense mining activity of the coal-rich Donbas region of Ukraine.

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