Author Archives: feminist1965

What if D’Artagnan served Cardinal de Richelieu: new Russian Novel

Alexander Bushkov’s new novel https://www.e-reading.club/book.php?book=9612 Advertisements

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Going Vertical — the top grossing post-Soviet Russian film

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Andrei Zalizniak will be remembered

https://nplus1.ru/material/2017/12/25/andreyazaliznyak   https://gorky.media/context/kazalos-on-budet-vsegda/

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Modest Dressing, as a Virtue What’s really behind fashion’s — and women’s — love of concealing clothes?

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Lesbian Life in St. Petersburg and Leningrad

http://paperpaper.ru/khoroshilova-lgbt/

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animation films made by women directors

https://mubi.com/lists/animation-by-women-directors?utm_content=bufferc9e95&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer   This list has been created to gather as many animation films made by women directors as possible, given that they are currently available in MUBI’s database.

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The Atlantic’s Article about Silent-era Films’ Intertitles

The Atlantic’s article about silent films intertitles

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The Tale of Two Nights

Source: The Tale of Two Nights

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The Tale of Two Nights

Source: The Tale of Two Nights

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Soccer Game in St. Petersburg

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