With Tsentralnaya Studiya Dokumentalnikh Filmov (TsSDF) (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
2. The Fall of Berlin (1945)
PG-13 | 70 min | Documentary, War
Over 40 Byelorussian and 1st Ukrainian Army cameramen contributed footage of this remarkable documentary of the fall of Berlin, including captured German footage.
4. I vsyo-taki ya veryu... (1974)
120 min | Documentary
Documental essay started by Mikhail Romm before he deceased. Finished by his students Elem Klimov and Marlen Khutsiev, it includes personal recordings from Romm's diary.
5. Cinerama's Russian Adventure (1966)
122 min | Documentary
Following an introduction by Bing Crosby, the Cinerama screen widens for scenes of landscapes, cities, peoples, and entertainments of the Soviet Union. Highlights include the historic ... See full summary »
8. Ukraine in Flames (1943)
56 min | Documentary, War
Depicts the Battle of Kharkov. The film incorporates German footage of the invasion of Ukraine, which was later captured by the Soviets.
9. Pobeda na Pravoberezhnoy Ukraine i izgnanie nemetsikh zakhvatchikov za predely ukrainskikh sovietskikh zemel (1945)
73 min | Documentary, War
Describes the Russian attack against the Germans, which drove them away from the Dneiper river, and finally out of Ukraine.
10 min | Documentary, Short, War
38. K prebyvaniyu v Moskve uchastnikov sessii ispolkoma mezhdunarodnoiy demokraticheskoy federatsii zhenshchin (1946)
19 min | Documentary, Short
Director: Esfir Shub
39. Volshevnoye zerkalo (1958)
90 min | Documentary
The narrator states, 'This is a documentary fantasy', in the prologue. The film is edited into four segments: 1) 'The Snow Queen', featuring the Bolshoi Ballet and a tour of Siberia; 2) 'A ... See full summary »
43 min | Documentary, Short
Director: Vasili Belayev