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Poster for Man with a Movie Camera

Man with a Movie Camera

Director: Dziga Vertov Run Time: 69 min. Format: DCP Rating: NR Release Year: 1929

Revered as a visual masterpiece and one of the greatest documentary films ever made, Man with a Movie Camera (1929) gives historical context to the current Russian invasion and lays bare the costs of the ongoing humanitarian crisis. The joyful original score by Montopolis celebrates the beauty and resilience of Ukraine’s people and aims to inspire American audiences to support the country in its time of need.

“Sherburn counts a day job in Okkervil River, but has made a name for himself with his chamber outfit Montopolis’ stunning, hour-long score to the famous 1929 Russian silent. The capacity audience at Alamo Drafthouse last weekend gave the local sextet a well-deserved standing ovation at the conclusion of the film and its accompanying live performance. This is rich Austin culture with an already storied legacy made even more so by this latest entry. Your summer blockbuster has arrived.” – Raoul Hernandez, The Austin Chronicle

100% of the revenue from poster sales at these events are donated to UNICEF to support the refugee crisis in Ukraine