WR055 – Dovzhenko’s ‘Earth’ (1930) & Planning the Ultimate Double Feature


We get old school this week with a look at the 3rd part of Alexander Dovzhenko’s Ukrainian Trilogy, ‘Earth’ (1930), which played recently at the Anthology Film Archives. After Mikhail has a chance to get in touch with his cultural roots we switch gears and discuss what we would choose as the perfect double feature for our last night on Earth.

00:00 – 25:34 – Introduction/News

25:035 – 1:05:02 – Alexander Dovzhenko’s ‘Earth’ (1930)

1:05:03 – 1:28:32 – Double Feature for Last Night on Earth

1:28:33 – 1:31:07 – Closing Remarks


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