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Issues of Theory and Practice
. Tambov: Gramota, 2015. № 10. Part 3. P. 182-185.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Study of Art
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ESTHETICS OF OPTICAL EFFECT IN FORMATION OF PROTAGONIST MOVIE IMAGE IN FABULOUS-FANTASTIC FILMS OF RUSSIA AND THE USA OF THE 1930S

Sputnitskaya Nina Yur'evna
Russian State University of Cinematography named after S. Gerasimov


Abstract. The author for the first time in domestic film studies addresses the problem of the influence of special effect on the imagery of the Soviet fantastic film of the 1930s. The paper reveals the specifics of the interaction and mutual influence of American and Russian cinematography on the eve of the Second World War through the peculiarities of developing the conflict of the human being and the puppet as representatives of marginal worlds. The problem is examined in historical and theoretical perspectives.
Key words and phrases: кукла в кино, фэнтази в кино, комбинированные съемки, образ монстра в кино, кинематограф 1930-х гг, puppet in cinema, fantasy in cinema, trick photography, image of monster in cinema, cinematography of the 1930s.
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