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Many countries in Eurasia are known for their cinematic traditions. As economies have recovered after the turbulent 90s, so has production of local cinema and TV. Some of these efforts are even now competing locally with international offerings and even becoming known abroad. More recently, Eurasia has also become known as a software hub generating video games popular the world over.

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Tarkovsky: Films of Eternal Complexity

Russian film critic Maya Turovskaya writes in Tarkovsky: Cinema as Poetry that when she attended a special screening of Andrey Tarkovsky’s first film, Ivan’s Childhood, at a meeting of the Union of Cinematographers of the USSR, the prevailing opinion amongst the audience was that of awe mixed with confusion. This feeling of mystification, of seeing […]

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