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For the Soviet Union No 8

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Abstract
Guests from Cambridge, Oxford and other cities of England pass through the streets of Moscow, visit and talk with workers of the Trekhgornaya Manufaktura weaving factory, which is a member of the USSR - Great Britain society. Englishmen studying Russian improve their knowledge in the classroom. Experienced Soviet teachers teach phonetics and singing. The song "May there always be sunshine" is being performed (synchronously). Exterior of the House-Museum of the artist V.M. Vasnetsov in Moscow. Rooms. Portrait of the artist. Pictures: "Carpet-plane", "The princess is not laughing". Sketches for the facade of the Tretyakov Gallery. Pictures of V. M. Vasnetsov "Three heroes" in the Tretyakov Gallery. A church built in the Moscow region according to the project of Vasnetsov. Construction work on one of the sections of the Bukhara-Ural gas pipeline. Gas pipeline. Women work in the shops of the Dzerzhinsky cotton mill. Workers are looking at children's drawings. Children's resort Evpatoria. Beach. Children swim and play. New residential buildings in Moscow. Construction of residential buildings in the city of Magnitogorsk. They work as a welder and a bricklayer. Streets of Magnitogorsk. Students of the Rimsky-Korsokov Leningrad State Conservatory are resting on a boat along the Neva. Student Elena Obraztsova, laureate of the International Vocal Competition in Finland, was awarded the Gold Medal. E. Obraztsova performs a fragment from the opera "Favorite" (synchronously).
Director
S. Repnikov
Color
B&W
Film ID
20495
Keywords
higher professional education
, leisure
, cultural connections
, building
, textile industry
, spa assistance
, river transport
, museums
, childrens organizations
, music
, pipeline transport
, cities
, great britain
, painting
Meterage
281,1
Number of Parts
1
Release Date
1963
Sound