Russian Video from Russia is back to our Movies for the weekend. Today we are watching a very interesting and unusual full-length Soviet cartoon “Laughter and Grief by the White Sea” (Смех и горе у Бела моря), 1987. It’s made by stories of two Russian folklorists and writers Boris Shergin and Stepan Pisakhov. It’s a great collection of Russian Pomors‘ (Russian settlers and their descendants on the White Sea coast) fairy tails.
This movie has English subtitles – if you don’t see them please push CC-buton on the player!
You can watch this movie fullscreen version if you push “fullscreen button” on the player.
Today we are watching not very old Russian cartoon, this cartoon was made in 1992 by PILOT, SVERDLOVSK FILM STUDIO.
Russian Cartoon – I Can Hear You (Я ВАС СЛЫШУ). [Based on the motives of Dr.Seuss’s tale]: For us it was a very touchy cartoon when we first watched it. We highly recommend this kind and touchy cartoon for you and your kids:
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This cartoon is paint-on-glass-animated film by Aleksey Karayev and art director: Valentin Olshvang.
Best wishes, Russian Video from Russia Svet and Kyle
Today we are watching a very beautiful video from Russian city Tumen (Тюмень), placed in Siberia. Our friend (a.Psi!) made the movie of Epiphany Service. It’s difficult to believe that he used just his cell phone camera.
Recently, we watched a very interesting very old video about Moscow in 1908 (Russian Video: Moscow in 1908.). Today I want to watch with you a very unusual and beautiful video about Moscow. Been Muscovite I love my city and I am so happy to find this video to show you! A very good and right song accompanies this video: That is a song by Alexander Rozenbaum “Show me Moscow, Muscovites.” And Moscow is shown here just right!
Have a very good day and I hope one day make your video to show us all and the whole world how beautiful is you town, village or city! Russian Video from Russia Svet and Kyle
Today is Saturday and as always we watch a full-time movie on Russian Video from Russia. Today we will watch a favorite animated movie of my childhood.
Today we will watch a full-time Russian cartoon “The Mistery of the Third Planet” (or “The Secret of the Third Planet “/Тайна Третьей Планеты). This cartoon is screen version of the same name novel by the outstanding Russian science fiction writer Kir Bulychev. This cartoon was made in 1981. They tried twice to adapt this cartoon for US market but they failed both times so we are watching the Russian (Soviet) original with English subtitles.
Director Roman Kachanov. Writer Kir Bulychyov (story & screenplay). Scenario Nikolai Rozhkov, Yevgeniy Pomeshchikov. Script Editor Natalya Abramova. Art Director Natalya Orlova. Animators: Marina Voskanyants Marina Rogova Vladimir Arbekov Vladimir Zarubin Aleksandr Panov Violetta Kolesnikova Renata Mirenkova Vladimir Shevchenko Antonina Alyoshina Olga Orlova Joseph Kuroyan Yuriy Batanin Composer Alexander Zatsepin. Sound Operator Boris Filchikov. Executive Producer Ninel Lipnitskaya.
Voice Actors: Irina Gromova (Alice) Vsevolod Larionov (Seleznyov) Vasily Livanov (Gromozeka) Grigory Shpigel (Vesselchuck Oo) Rina Zelyonaya (Old Lady with a cake) Yuriy Andreyev (Prof. Verhovtsev) Vladimir Druzhnikov (Cpt. Kim) Vladimir Kenigson (Chatterbird) Yuriy Volyntsev (Cpt. Green) Yelena Krasnobayeva