Today we are watching one of the best and most famous Soviet cartoons Crocodile Gena, 1969. This cartoon was bought and translated in Japanese and Finnish and now we can watch it with English subtitles.
Crocodile Gena works as a crocodile in the Zoo and tired to stay always by himself. So he decided to find friends and soon Crocodile Gena meets a girl Galya and Cheburashka. If you want to understand Russians these cartoon must be watched. And Crocodile Gena is an excellent cartoon to watch with your kids.
Who likes the “Crocodile Gena” cartoon click “Cheburashka” to watch the second part!
Cartoon is made by Eduard Uspensky book, by director Roman Kachanov.
Cast: Vasili Livanov as Crocodile Gena (voice) Klara Rumyanova as Cheburashka (voice) Vladimir Rautbart as Shapoklyak (voice) Vladimir Kenigson as Salesman (voice) Tamara Dmitrieva as Galya (voice)
Today we are watching a cute and touching old Soviet cartoon “Mother for a little mammoth”, 1981 with English subtitles. Once, a little mammoth cub melted out from ice in the Arctic… and since he was a very little mammoth cub he wanted to find his Mommy. Because, he truly believes “It’s not possible for children to be lost” (Ведь так не бывает на свете, чтоб были потеряны дети).
16th of July is the middle of summer. If you did not have your vacation yet Russian Video form Russia recommends you to start thinking about it. And to help your thinking of your vacations we’ll show you an old cute Russian cartoon about leisure in the sun “How the Line Cub and the Turtle Sang a Song”. When you are just laying in the sun and life just are going somewhere around and you are worrying of nothing and life is just beautiful and you are just enjoying!
Plan a good vacation for yourself! I know we should too…. 😉
Today I want to introduce you an outstanding contemporary Russian animator Konstantin Bronzit.
And we are glad to tell you that recently (1st July) Konstantin Bronzit, has received an invitation to become member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Here we will watch a whole interview with Konstantin Bronzit made by Russia Today (February 20, 2009).
And here will be the most famous cartoon (animated movie) “Lavatory Lovestory” made by Konstantin Bronzit:
I just love this touching and funny story!
Lavatory Lovestory (2007) won the Best Scenario Award at the 12th Open Russian Festival of Animated Film and got the 3rd-best rating among the jury and is nominated for an Academy Award for Animated Short Film in 2009.
Yesterday we watched a beautiful video of “Scarlet Sails – 2009” – festival for pupils who just finished school in St. Petersburg… These pupils just finished school and all beautiful and exciting life is ahead of them.
The 22nd of June, 1941 – we had a lot of the same festivals all over Soviet Union and boys and girls who yesterday were at school desks were the same excited about their future life… But Tomorrow Was The War!
Today we remember about all these pupils who lost their hopes and lives… Today we remember The Great Patriotic War (WWII).
I’ll show you a very beautiful video today. That is a sand animation by Ksenia Simonova… that was first showed a couple weeks ago at Ukrainian show Україна має талант (Ukraine has talent). Yes, it has.. my opinion. But let’s watch:
I just thought that we did not watch Russian animations for a long time. So today we will watch one beautiful speechless and very deep Russian short animated movie “The Button” (Пуговица), 1982. Director of this cartoon is an outstanding Russian animator Vladimir Tarasov. This cartoon I would recommend for any age.. But for little kids it’s better to watch it with parents. This way kids understand better the deep idea of this beautiful cartoon:
You can watch another famous cartoon by Vladimir Tarasov “Contact” here: Contact – Vladimir Tarasov! Russian Video from Russia Svet and Kyle
This neat and kind speachless cartoon will be good to watch for any age. So join us an enjoy watching!
For our readers who wants to know more:
The cartoon Road Tale (Дорожная сказка, Dorozhnaya skazka) was made in 1981.
The cartoon got awards:
in Moscow International Film Festival (1981) and in Tampere Film Festival (1982)
————————- The crew: directed by Garry Bardin writer Garry Bardin art director Elena Fedorova animators Anatoly Abarenov, Olga Orlova, Vitaly Bobrov, Renata Mirenkova, Vladimir Krumin cameraman Kabul Rasulov executive producer Ninel Lipnitskaya music Sergei Anashkin sound Boris Filchikov script editor Elena Mikhailova
If I wanted to tell my son about women I would show him this Russian cartoon. Maybe I could tell that it is a cartoon about Russian women but I truly think that all peoples and nations have all types of women. The name of this cartoon is “The Tale about a Stupid Husband” (Сказка о глупом муже), but the name of original tale is “About a Stupid Wife“. Who is stupid and who is sweet you’ll decide by yourself. This funny cartoon is good for any age and it has an English subtitles!
If you want to find your mate in Russia just remember we have all types of women here. Choose what You need. Good luck!