Running Time: 70 minutes
"There is probably no better forum for examining the radical changes on the Soviet Union and its people."
- Los Angeles Times
The Glasnost Film Festival is a 12-video collection featuring 22 Soviet documentary films produced
in the "Glasnost Era." Many of the films remain definitive and timeless documents of previously unexplored aspects
of Soviet history and culture. All were produced originally on 35mm film and are subtitled in English.
Marshall Blucher: A Portrait Against the Backdrop
of an Epoch, 70 min.
A sweeping look at the excesses of the Stalin era through
the story of a top Red Army commander, who in 1938 was declared
an "enemy of the people" and perished in Stalin's torture