Cornell University

Andrei Rublev

Sunday, January 27, 2019 at 3:30pm to 6:55pm

Willard Straight Theatre
Central Campus

Digital Restoration

1966 > USSR > Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky

With Anatoly Solonitsyn, Ivan Lapikov, Nikolai Grinko

Rublev was a Russian Orthodox monk who brought the art of religious icon painting to its zenith in the fifteenth century. The film takes viewers into violent medieval Russia, a country ravaged by Tartar invasions and feuding princes. The spectacular horrors of Rublev's world are counterbalanced by the film's many images of pure beauty, including the bell-casting sequence --- one of the most awe-inspiring 20 minutes in cinema. Subtitled. More at janusfilms.com/films/1827

3 hrs 3 min

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Event Type

Film

Departments

Cornell Cinema, Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, History of Art and Visual Studies

Tags

cascal, film, cinema, tfdcin, Movies, pma, perfhum

Cost

$6.50 students, $5.50 grads & kids 12 & under, $7 seniors, $9 general

Group
Cornell Cinema
Contact E-Mail

taa39@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Teresa Alvis

Contact Phone

607-255-3522

Open To

Public

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