The purpose of this guide is to facilitate researching Russian and Soviet cinema in the variety of online and printed resources at University of California, Berkeley Library. The guide contains a large selection of databases, books, and reference material
GlavkinoGlavkino is a motion picture concerns in Moscow, Russia comprising a complex, production company, and a script lab. It was founded in 2008 by Fyodor Bondarchuk and Ilya Bachurin. Glavkino is fully equipped to produce quality TV and motion picture content. It has the largest pavilion in the Eastern Europe. An action movie August.Eighht was filmed on Glavkino and contained visual effects previously unseen in Russian cinematography.
MosfilmMosfilm is a film studio often described as the largest and oldest in Russia and in Europe. Its output includes most of the more widely-acclaimed Soviet-era films, ranging from works by Tarkovsky and Eisenstein, to Red Westerns, to the Akira Kurosawa co-production and the epic Война и Мир / War and Peace. (Source: http://www.youtube.com/user/mosfilm)Mosfilm is a film studio often described as the largest and oldest in Russia and in Europe. Its output includes most of the more widely-acclaimed Soviet-era films, ranging from works by Tarkovsky and Eisenstein, to Red Westerns, to the Akira Kurosawa co-production and the epic Война и Мир / War and Peace.
Hype Film (Russia)
Ukrainian film studio VUFKU
All-Ukrainian Photo Cinema AdministrationAll-Ukrainian Photo Cinema Administration (VUFKU) was most productive Soviet film studio of the silent film era. VUFKU was founded in 1922. The greatest movies such as Alexander Dovzhenko's Arsenal and Earth, and Dziga Vertov's The Man with a Movie Camera were made on VUFKU in 1920s. After the collapse of Soviet Union the studio has divided into Dovzhenko Film studio and Odesa Film Studio.
LenfilmThe facilities and land of the Leningrad film studio were nationalized in 1918 and it was established as a Soviet State-funded film industry. Within just a few years it bore several different names, such as "Petrograd Cinema Committee" and "SevZapKino" among various others. In 1923 the nationalized Aquarium garden was merged with "SevZapKino" and several smaller studios to form the Soviet State-controlled film industry in St. Petersburg. During 1924 - 1926 it was temporarily named Leningrad Film Factory Goskino and eventually changed its name several times during the 1920s and 1930s. In 1934 it was named Lenfilm.
Russian Indepent Film Studios
TVIndie Film ProductionTVINDIE is a Russian independent film production company. It produces and finances feature films for theatrical and TV release, focusing on debuts and co-productions. Its 2008 release ‘Mukha’ by Vladimir Kott has won numerous prizes at international and domestic film festivals, including the Best Film Award at the Shanghai IFF-2008. TVINDIE was a co-producer of Jos Stelling’s latest film ‘Duska’ (2007) starring Sergei Makovetsky. (source: https://dokweb.net/database/organizations/about/ce098caf-a1b2-4510-8b3c-1861b44badfc/tvindie)
Russian World Studios
Russian World Studios"Russian World Studios”, RWS – is the largest private film company in the domestic market for providing services, producing and distribution of film and television content. It was founded in 1998. By 2012, RWS has implemented more than 600 television and film projects, including 20 international ones. Studio collaborates with major international companies: Sony Pictures Television International, Hallmark Entertainment, HBO Films, Beacon Pictures and others.