Alexander Dovzhenko / 1930 / USSR / 77 mins / PGEarth
Doors: 7.00pm. Film: 7.30pm. Tickets £4 / £3 concessions Tickets available here <<<
Think Cinema presents Earth, the first screeening in a three month season exploring the subversive aesthetics in so-called “Third World” cinema.
is not only a silent tale of Russian farmers and kulaks, where young generations in an Ukranian village embrace the communitst land collectivisation but a visual poem about life and the calm acceptance of death.
Alexander Dovzhenko’s masterpiece is overwhelming, revolutionary with complex editing work. Earth is regarded as one of the greatest films ever made – featured on the Sight And Sound Magazine as 100 greatest films of the 20th Century.