Soviet New Wave Schedule

<i>The First Teacher</i>
The First Teacher

TUE, 11/6 Nine Days of One Year D: Mikhail Romm (1961, 110 min.)

TUE, 11/13 My Name Is Ivan D: Andrei Tarkovsky (1962, 92 min.)

THU, 11/15 Goodbye, Boys D: Mikhail Kalik (1964, 97min.)

TUE, 11/20 Hamlet D: Grigory Kozintsev (1964, 140 min.)

TUE, 11/27 The Letter Never Sent D: Mikhail Kalatozov (1959, 97 min.)

THU, 11/29 No Ford in the Fire D: Gleb Panfilov (1967, 95 min.)

TUE, 12/4 Brief Encounters D: Kira Muratova (1967, 96 min.)

THU, 12/6 The First Teacher D: Andrei Konchalovsky (1965, 102 min.)

TUE, 12/11 I Am Twenty D: Marlen Khutsiev (1964, 175 min.)

THU, 12/13 Pirosmani D: Georgy Shagelaya (1968, 86 min.)

TUE, 12/18 Nobody Wanted to Die D: Vitautas Zalakiavicius & Lietuvos Kinostudija (1963, 106 min.)

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