Abstract

Rachel Churner introduces essays by Annette Michelson and Rosalind Krauss on Soviet cinema, reprinted in conjunction with the centennial of the October revolution. Published in the early 1970s, these essays provide a glimpse into how the founders of October thought about the revolution—and, in particular, Sergei Eisenstein's film October, which commemorated the tenth anniversary of the revolution—in the years before they started their publication.

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