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Explore Russian Cinema - DVD & Blu-ray Sale
Passions and ambitions as vast as the Steppes and melancholia as brooding as its endless skies brand the films of Mother Russia with a particular bittersweet bouquet.
To celebrate the arrival of four additions to our Hyperkino range of classic Russian cinema, we present a sale of some of the finest and most sublimely beautiful cinema from Russia.
Sergei Eisenstein, 1944/45
Long regarded as one of the great masterpieces of Russian cinema, Eisenstein's ep...
Aleksandr Sokurov, 2011
Russian screenwriter and director Alexander Sokurov's fifteenth feature presents a free interpret...
John Grierson, Sergei M. Eisenstein, 1929
In the 1920s and 30s, Soviet propaganda films profo...
Boris Barnet, 1933
A tender love story between a Russian girl and a German prisoner of war given per...
Boris Barnet, 1936
A beautiful film from Barnet that encourages you to forget any stereotypes you mi...
Sergei Eisenstein, 1927
Commissioned for the tenth anniversary of the 1917 Revolution, the celebratory Oc...
Sergei Eisenstein, 1924
Trying out new ideas which he was to go on and make famous the following year in ...
Lev Kuleshov, 1918
Lev Kuleshov’s directorial debut is a landmark work of Russian cinema, being the ...
Alexander Medvedkin, 1934
Aka 'A Tale of a Hapless Mercenary Khmyr, His Horse-Wife Anna, His Well-Fed Neigh...
Aleksandr Sokurov, 2002
An ecstatic, bravura piece of filmmaking and the world's first ever one-take, entirely unedited f...
Boris Barnet, 1927
A light and lyrical comedy, The Girl with the Hat Box sees Natasha and her grandf...
Sergei Eisenstein, 1938
Originally a stark warning to Hitler's Germany, this visually stunning account of the resistance ...
Grigori Kozintsev, 1971
King Lear (Yuri Yarvet) retires from his throne. His decision to divide his kingdom among his eld...