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Lev Kerbel le sculpteur de Lénine

Lev Kerbel le sculpteur de Lénine

A Short film by Bernard Louargant

Produced by Génération Vidéo

Production year : 2003


    Lev Yefimovich Kerbel is a hero of Socialist Labour, a winner of the Lenin and the State Prizes of the USSR, vice-president and member of the Russian Academy of Arts. Born on November 7th, 1917, the day the Bolsheviks took power in Russia. He began making granite and marble sculptures at an early age, and after WWII became the official sculptor of the Soviet regime. His statue of Karl Marx was erected in the center of Moscow, and those of Lenin and other monuments were installed throughout the USSR and the Soviet block. An artistic symbol of the Soviet Empire, he held this status until the fall of Communism.


    Production and distribution (2)

    Executive Producer :

    Génération Vidéo

    Film exports/foreign sales :

    The Party Film Sales

    Photos (8)

    Full credits (8)

    Executive Producer :

    Bernard Louargant

    Screenwriter :

    Bernard Louargant

    Assistant Operator :

    Konstantin Vorobjev

    Sound Mixer :

    Romain Séris

    Sound recordist :

    Anna Toporova

    Director of Photography :

    Alexandre Ilkhovski

    Editor :

    Bernard Louargant

    Participant :

    Lev Kerbel

    Technical details

    Short film

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    Fine arts, Sculpture, Politics

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    Original French-language productions :


    Nationality :

    100% French (France)

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    Runtime :

    26 min

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    Color and Black & White

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