Faculty Profile

Olga Stuchebrukhov
Associate Professor, Russian

In my Russian culture courses, I devote special attention to the history of Russian cinema.

My culture courses cover pre- and post-revolutionary Russian cinema, with special attention to such masters of silent film as Evgenii Bauer, Yakov Protazanov, and Sergei Eisenstein (with a special emphasis on the concept of montage); the most important and influential filmmaker of the Soviet era and one of the greatest in the history of world cinema, Andrei Tarkovsky (with a special emphasis on his notion of “sculpting in time”); post-soviet cinema (ideological and financial crisis of the 1980s and 1990s and the revival of the Russian cinema in the 2000s, with special attention to the main themes of post-soviet film, such as chernukha/dark cinema, Chechnya, Stalinism, world war II, Russian national identity, etc.).

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