sergej eisenstein montage. Januar Sergej Michailowitsch Eisenstein geboren, Sohn des städtischen Wsewolod Meyerhold, wurde zur Leidenschaft Sergej Eisensteins. Das Centre Pompidou in Metz feiert den sowjetischen Filmpionier Sergej Eisenstein mit der Ausstellung „Das ekstatische Auge“.
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Sergei Michailowitsch Eisenstein war ein sowjetischer Regisseur. Seine berühmtesten Werke sind die Revolutionsfilme Panzerkreuzer Potemkin und Oktober. Sergei Michailowitsch Eisenstein (russisch Сергей Михайлович Эйзенштейн, wiss. Transliteration Sergej Michajlovič Ėjzenštejn; * Januar/ Januar . Sergej Eisenstein (–) ist einer der bedeutendsten Regisseure des sowjetischen Films. Am Januar in Riga als Sohn eines Architekten geboren. Infos über den Regisseur Sergej Eisenstein () (Сергей Эйзенштейн) mit Links zu seinen Filmen online mit Untertiteln. Sergej Michailowitsch Eisenstein wird am Januar als Sohn des städtischen Zivilingenieurs und Architekten Michail Osipovic Eisenstein und seiner Frau. Das Centre Pompidou in Metz feiert den sowjetischen Filmpionier Sergej Eisenstein mit der Ausstellung „Das ekstatische Auge“. Filme sind ausnahmslos zeitliche Gebilde, die Bild- und Bewegungsmuster verbinden. Ausgehend von Panzerkreuzer Potemkin werden Eisensteins.
sergej eisenstein montage. Filme sind ausnahmslos zeitliche Gebilde, die Bild- und Bewegungsmuster verbinden. Ausgehend von Panzerkreuzer Potemkin werden Eisensteins. Sergej Michailowitsch Eisenstein wird am Januar als Sohn des städtischen Zivilingenieurs und Architekten Michail Osipovic Eisenstein und seiner Frau.
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Having now found his vocation, he entered, in , the Proletkult Theatre Theatre of the People in Moscow as an assistant decorator.
He rapidly became the principal decorator and then the codirector. As such, he designed the costumes and the scenery for several notable productions.
At the same time, he developed a strong interest in the Kabuki theatre of Japan , which was to influence his ideas on film.
Soon afterward the cinema engaged his full attention, and he produced his first film, Stachka Strike , in , after having published his first article on theories of editing in the review Lef , edited by the great poet Vladimir Mayakovsky.
Thus, the filmmaker should aim to establish in the consciousness of the spectators the elements that would lead them to the idea he wants to communicate; he should attempt to place them in the spiritual state or the psychological situation that would give birth to that idea.
In the realistic films that he undertook, however, such a technique is effective only when it utilizes the concrete elements implicit in the action; it loses validity when its symbols are imposed upon reality instead of being implied by it.
Thus, in Strike , which recounts the repression of a strike by the soldiers of the tsar, Eisenstein juxtaposed shots of workers being mowed down by machine guns with shots of cattle being butchered in a slaughterhouse.
The effect was striking, but the objective reality was falsified. Possessed by his theory, Eisenstein was bound to succumb often to this failing.
Bronenosets Potyomkin Battleship Potemkin , also called Potemkin happily escaped it. Ordered by the Central Executive Committee of the U.
In it was voted the best film ever made, by an international poll of critics. Its greatness lies not merely in the depth of humanity with which the subject is treated, nor in its social significance, nor in the formal perfection of its rhythm and editing; but rather, it is each of these magnified and multiplied by the others.
Having by this accomplishment earned recognition as the epic poet of the Soviet cinema, Eisenstein next made a film entitled Oktyabr October , or Ten Days That Shook the World , which in the space of two hours dealt with the shifts of power in the government after the Revolution , the entrance on the scene of Lenin , and the struggle between the Bolsheviks and their political and military foes.
If the film was sometimes inspired, it was also disparate , chaotic, and often confused. Also uneven, but better balanced, was Staroye i novoye Old and New , also called The General Line , filmed in to illustrate the collectivization of the rural countryside.
Eisenstein made of it a lyric poem, as calm and as expansive as Battleship Potemkin had been violent and compact. In , putting to profit a visit to Paris , he filmed Romance sentimentale ; Sentimental Romance , an essay in counterpoint of images and music.
Refusing to modify his scripts to meet studio demands, however, he broke the contract and went to Mexico in to direct Que viva Mexico!
The family had converted to the Russian Orthodox Church. At the Petrograd Institute of Civil Engineering, Eisenstein studied architecture and engineering, the profession of his father.
At this time, he was exposed to Kabuki theatre and studied Japanese , learning some kanji characters, which he cited as an influence on his pictorial development.
Eisenstein moved to Moscow in , and began his career in theatre working for Proletkult ,  an experimental Soviet artistic institution which aspired to radically modify existing artistic forms and create a revolutionary working-class aesthetic.
Strike was Eisenstein's first full-length feature film. Battleship Potemkin also was critically acclaimed worldwide. Mostly owing to this international renown, he was then able to direct October: Ten Days That Shook the World , as part of a grand tenth anniversary celebration of the October Revolution of , and then The General Line also known as Old and New.
While critics outside Soviet Russia praised these works, Eisenstein's focus in the films on structural issues such as camera angles, crowd movements, and montage brought him and like-minded others such as Vsevolod Pudovkin and Alexander Dovzhenko under fire from the Soviet film community.
This forced him to issue public articles of self-criticism and commitments to reform his cinematic visions to conform to the increasingly specific doctrines of socialist realism.
In the autumn of , with October still under fire in many Soviet quarters, Eisenstein left the Soviet Union for a tour of Europe, accompanied by his perennial film collaborator Grigori Aleksandrov and cinematographer Eduard Tisse.
Officially, the trip was supposed to allow the three to learn about sound motion pictures and to present themselves as Soviet artists in person to the capitalist West.
For Eisenstein, however, it was an opportunity to see landscapes and cultures outside the Soviet Union. He spent the next two years touring and lecturing in Berlin, Zürich, London, and Paris.
In late April , film producer Jesse L. Lasky , on behalf of Paramount Pictures , offered Eisenstein the opportunity to make a film in the United States.
They wrote a script based on Theodore Dreiser but the Americans just wanted to see them as defectors and people who could criticize the Bolshevik system.
Eisenstein proposed a biography of arms dealer Basil Zaharoff and a film version of Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw , and more fully developed plans for a film of Sutter's Gold by Blaise Cendrars ,  but on all accounts failed to impress the studio's producers.
Eisenstein completed a script by the start of October ,  but Paramount disliked it and, additionally, found themselves intimidated by Major Frank Pease ,  president of the Hollywood Technical Director's Institute.
Pease, an anti-communist, mounted a public campaign against Eisenstein. On October 23, , by "mutual consent", Paramount and Eisenstein declared their contract null and void, and the Eisenstein party were treated to return tickets to Moscow at Paramount's expense.
Eisenstein was faced with returning home a failure. The Soviet film industry was solving the sound-film issue without him; in addition, his films, techniques and theories, such as his formalist film theory , were becoming increasingly attacked as "ideological failures".
Many of his theoretical articles from this period, such as Eisenstein on Disney , have surfaced decades later.
Eisenstein and his entourage spent considerable time with Charlie Chaplin ,  who recommended that Eisenstein meet with a sympathetic benefactor in the person of American socialist author Upton Sinclair.
The two admired each other, and between the end of October and Thanksgiving of that year, Sinclair had secured an extension of Eisenstein's absences from the USSR, and permission for him to travel to Mexico.
The trip to Mexico was for Eisenstein to make a film produced by Sinclair and his wife Mary , and three other investors organized as the "Mexican Film Trust".
On 24 November , Eisenstein signed a contract with the Trust "upon the basis of his desire to be free to direct the making of a picture according to his own ideas of what a Mexican picture should be, and in full faith in Eisenstein's artistic integrity.
Later he produced a brief synopsis of the six-part film; this would come, in one form or another, to be the final plan he would settle on for his project.
Whilst in Mexico, he mixed socially with Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera ; Eisenstein admired these artists and Mexican culture in general, and they inspired him to call his films "moving frescoes".
Radical Film Culture. After a prolonged absence, Joseph Stalin sent a telegram expressing the concern that Eisenstein had become a deserter.
The furious Sinclairs shut down production and ordered Kimbrough to return to the United States with the remaining film footage and the three Soviets to see what they could do with the film already shot; estimates of the extent of this range from , lineal feet with Soldadera unfilmed,  to an excess of , lineal feet.
For the unfinished filming of the "novel" of Soldadera , without incurring any cost, Eisenstein had secured soldiers, 10, guns, and 50 cannons from the Mexican Army,  but this was lost due to Sinclair's cancelling of production.
When Eisenstein arrived at the American border, a customs search of his trunk revealed sketches and drawings of Jesus caricatures amongst other lewd pornographic material.
Eisenstein, Aleksandrov, and Tisse were allowed, after a month's stay at the U. Eisenstein toured the American South on his way to New York. In mid, the Sinclairs were able to secure the services of Sol Lesser , who had just opened his distribution office in New York, Principal Distributing Corporation.
Lesser agreed to supervise post-production work on the miles of negative—at the Sinclairs' expense—and distribute any resulting product. Two short feature films and a short subject — Thunder Over Mexico based on the "Maguey" footage,  Eisenstein in Mexico , and Death Day respectively—were completed and released in the United States between the autumn of and early Eisenstein never saw any of the Sinclair-Lesser films, nor a later effort by his first biographer, Marie Seton , called Time in the Sun ,  released in He would publicly maintain that he had lost all interest in the project.
In , Gregori Aleksandrov released — with the same name in contravention to the copyright — his own version, which was awarded the Honorable Golden Prize at the 11th Moscow International Film Festival in Later, in , Oleg Kovalov edited a free version of the film, calling it "Mexican Fantasy".
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