Three Songs About Lenin

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Three Songs About Lenin
Directed by Dziga Vertov
Written by Dziga Vertov
Cinematography Mark Magidson
Bentsion Monastyrsky
Dmitri Surensky
Distributed by Amkino Corporation (USA) (1934)
Release date
  • 1934 (1934)
Running time
57 minutes
Country Soviet Union
Language Silent film
Three Songs about Lenin

Three Songs About Lenin (Russian: Три песни о Ленине, 1934) is a documentary silent film by Russian filmmaker Dziga Vertov. It is based on three admiring songs sung by anonymous people in Soviet Russia about Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. It is made up of 3 episodes and is 57 minutes long.

In 1969 it was re-edited by Elizaveta Svilova, Ilya Kopalin and Serafima Pumpyanskaya as part of the 1970 Lenin centenary. [1]


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