THE FINAL STAGE OF SCREENWRITING AND DIRECTING TANDEM WORK OF Y. SOLNTSEVA AND M VINIARSKYI ON THE FILM «THE VISUN REPUBLIC»
Ключові слова:creative tandem, Yuliya Solntseva, Mykhailo Viniarskyi, Kyiv Film Studios (motion picture studios), «The Visun Republic», film director, screenwriter
АнотаціяThe purpose of the article is to reconstruct the final stage of screenwriting and directing collaboration between Y. Solntseva and M. Viniarskyi during their work on the film «The Visun Republic» at Kyiv Film Studios (motion picture studios). The research methodology suggests the application of scientific reconstruction methods, objectivity, and historicism. The specified methodological approaches allow for recreating the picture of the cultural process based on contemporary records and defining historical and art preconditions of the emergence and problematics of screenwriting and directing collaboration between Yuliya Solntseva and Mykhailo Viniarskyi on the film «The Visun Republic» at Kyiv Film Studios (motion picture studios). Conclusions. Concluding the aforementioned, it can be stated that the scientific objectives have been accomplished: the specificity of the typical for cinematography of the second half of the 1930s phenomenon of a directing tandem has been studied; the little-known pages of screenwriting and directing collaboration between Y. Solntseva and M. Viniarskyi during their work on the film «The Visun Republic» have been reconstructed; the main reasons for the end of the work on this motion picture project have been given; the next full-length feature film by the tandem has been named. Nevertheless, the prospects for scientific research remain promising, as the further screenwriting and directing collaboration between Y. Solntseva and M. Viniarskyi on the film «How the Steel Was Tempered» has not been thoroughly researched. The significance of this research in terms of Art History lies within discovering and introducing the new important facts about Ukrainian and Soviet cinematography of the 1930s. Based on little-known contemporary records and published materials of that time, all the stages of screenwriting and directing collaboration between Y. Solntseva and M. Viniarskyi during their work on the film «The Visun Republic» at Kyiv Film Studios have been reconstructed.
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