(Dziga Vertov, 1929). Dazzling as it is poetic, Vertov’s silent masterpiece is also the Soviet cinema’s greatest achievement—a self-reflexive documentary in the guise of a self-deconstructing city symphony, matching the rhythms of a day to the cycle of life and the mechanism of filmmaking to the logic of production. The live Alloy Orchestra “noise” score is based on Vertov’s... More >>>