Vsevolod Pudovkin (1893-1953) was one of the leading Soviet film directors in the 'golden age' of silent cinema in the 1920s. His films - especially "The Mother", "The End of St Petersburg" and "Storm Over Asia" - are classics of silent cinema. Like Eisenstein, Pudovkin was also a major theorist of film. This new translation of Pudovkin's seminal writings brings together his most important essays from his two key books, "Film Technique" and "Film Acting". The essays highlight the development of Pudovkin's revolutionary thinking on scripts, directing, time, sound, and acting.
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Author Biography - Vsevolod Pudovkin
Richard Taylor is Senior Lecturer in Politics and Russian Studies at University College, Swansea and is general editor of Eisenstein's Selected Works and co-editor of The Film Factory, Inside the Film Factory, and Eistenstein Rediscovered.