in New York State (April 2016)
Monday, April 15, 2013
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
19 University Place, Room 102.
New York, NY 10003
Free, open to the NYU community and the larger public.
This documentary shows one of the most inspiring and important pages of New York City – the life and creative endeavors of the postwar wave of Russian immigration to the US. The documentary is dedicated to the 70th anniversary of The New Review, the oldest Russian Emigre intellectual journal.
The New Review was founded in 1942 by the famous writer Mark Aldanov and poet Mikhail Zetlin in collaboration with Ivan Bunin. For decades this publication has been a cultural center of Russia Abroad. Among its authors were Nobel laureates Ivan Bunin, Alexander Solzhenitsyn and Joseph Brodsky, as well as plethora of the best-known writers of Russian literature in exile and Soviet Samizdat. Their names have been forever engraved into the very memory of the streets of New York.
Director – Alexandra Sviridova. This documentary is a part of project “Russian New York”, The New Review, Inc.
2012, 45 min