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Pudovkin

(Russian puˈdɔfkjɪn)
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(Biography) Vsevolod (ˈfsjevələt). 1893–1953, Russian film director; noted for his silent films, such as Mother (1926) and Storm over Asia (1928)
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Esta es la conclusion que tradicionalmente han alcanzado los Journal Citation Reports (Pudovkin & Garfield, 2002).
I muri screpolati di Sironi, le sue tragiche rocce, quei tenebrosi calanchi, che respingono ogni fisica identificazione col reale e si dispiegano come specchi a riflettere il furore degli uomini, la loro stanchezza di vivere, le loro paure, erano anch'esse visioni congruenti al cinema di quel periodo: ai film di Dupont, di Vidor, Sternberg, Murnau, Dreyer, Pabst, Dovzenko, Eisenstein, Pudovkin; senza contare Bunuel del Chien andalou, il breve film surrealista del 1928 che feci in tempo a vedere a Parigi insieme ad altri esperimenti d'avanguardia, come il sovietico Tre in un sottosuolo, L'etoile de mer di Man Ray, La Marche des machines di Deslaw.
Pudovkin (2017): "The Journal Impact Factor Should Not Be Discarded", Journal of Korean Medical Science, 32(2), pp.
Pudovkin was supported by the Foundation for Assistance to Small Innovative Enterprises (FASIE) (Agreement no.
Esta idea sera tempranamente cuestionada por los teoricos sovieticos--Eisenstein, Vertov y Pudovkin, fundamentalmente--, que apareceran entonces como los principales promotores de un constructivismo basado en operaciones de montaje, ahora concebido este como la verdadera especificidad cinematografica.
Stalin's remarks on Ivan, Part II, came sandwiched between attacks on Vsevolod Pudovkin's Admiral Nakhimov and Leonid Lukov's A Great Life, and he began by saying that the shortcomings of Pudovkin's film put him in mind of Ivan the Terrible, Part II: "I don't know if any of you have seen it, but I have and it's an abominable thing, [omerzitel'naia shtuka]." He goes on in a tone that is at once outraged, informal, and crudely patronizing: "The guy got completely distracted from history" (Chelovek sovershenno otvleksia ot istorii) and depicted the oprichniki as "the worst kind of filth, degenerates [kakposlednikhparshivtsev, degeneratov], something like the Ku Klux Klan."
Eisenstein, [Vsevolod] Pudovkin, and their contemporaries, in the
7 October by Eisenstein, based on the book by John Reed, Ten Days That Shook the World, Pudovkin's End of St.
Pabst, Georg Wilhelm: Misterios de un alma (1926, Alemania); Pabst, Georg Wilhelm: La caja de Pandora (1929, Alemania); Painleve, Jean: Mathusalem (1927, Francia); Painleve, Jean: Hyas et stenoriques (1929, Francia); Painleve, Jean: Lepieuvre (1928, Francia); Painleve, Jean: Crabes et crevettes (1930, Francia); Painleve, Jean: L'hippocampe (1934, Francia); Painleve, Jean: La vampire (1945, Francia); Pudovkin, Vsevolod: Mecanismos del cerebro (1925-1926, URSS); Pudovkin, Vsevolod: Chess fever (1925, URSS);
The software implements two different methods for estimating [n.sub.e] from a single sample, based on (1) LD (Waples and Do, 2008) and (2) heterozygosity excess (Zhdanova and Pudovkin, 2008).