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Reviews of silent film releases on home video.
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Russian and
Soviet Films
of the Silent Era
on Home Video

Aelita (1924)
Arsenal (1928)
Battleship Potemkin (1925)
Bed and Sofa (1927)
Benya Krik (1926)
Chess Fever (1925)
The Cigarette Girl of Mosselprom (1924)
Earth (1930)
The Eleventh Year (1928)
The End of St. Petersburg (1927)
The Extraordinary Adventures of Mr. West in the Land of the Bolsheviks (1924)
Fall of the Romanov Dynasty (1927)
The Girl with the Hatbox (1927)
Glumov’s Diary (1923)
The House on Trubnaya Square (1928)
Kino-Eye (1924)
Man with the Movie Camera (1929)
Miss Mend (1926)
Mother (1926)
My Grandmother (1929)
October (1928)
Old and New (1929)
Po zakonu [By the Law] (1926)
The Queen of Spades (1916)
Salt for Svanetia (1930)
A Sixth Part of the World (1926)
Storm Over Asia (1928)
Stride, Soviet! (1926)
Strike (1924)
Turksib (1929)
Ukhad velikogo startsa (1912)
Zvenigora (1927)

Collections and boxsets that include Russian silent era films:
The Cameraman’s Revenge and Other Fantastic Tales: Ladislaw Starewicz (1912-1958)
Early Russian Cinema, Volumes 1-2 (1908-1912)
Early Russian Cinema, Volume 3 (1908-1917)
Early Russian Cinema, Volume 4 (1912-1913)
Early Russian Cinema, Volume 5 (1910-1913)
Early Russian Cinema, Volume 6 (1912-1914)
Early Russian Cinema, Volume 7 (1914-1915)
Early Russian Cinema, Volume 8 (1912-1916)
Early Russian Cinema, Volume 9 (1916-1919)
Early Russian Cinema, Volume 10 (1917)
Early Russian Cinema Set (1908-1919)
Landmarks of Early Soviet Film (1924-1930)
Mad Love: The Films of Evgeni Bauer (1913-1917)
Sergei Eisenstein: Silent Classics, Volume One (1924-1928)
Wild and Weird: 14 Fascinating and Innovative Films (1902-1965)

About Russian filmmakers:
Sergei Eisenstein: Autobiography (1996)
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Landmarks of Early Soviet Film

Strike Blu-ray Disc

Cigarette Girl on DVD

Miss Mend on DVD