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"Aelita", also known as Aelita: Queen of Mars, is a silent film directed by Soviet filmmaker Yakov Protazanov made at the Mezhrabpom-Rus film studio and released in 1924. It was based on Alexei Tolstoy's novel of the same name. Mikhail Zharov and Igor Ilyinsky were cast in leading roles.
- also known as Aelita: Queen of Mars, Revolt of the Robots
- country: Soviet Union
- language: Russian Language
- art direction by Yuri Zheliabovsky
- written by Aleksey Fajko & Fedor Ozep
- based on "Aelita" by Aleksey Nikolayevich Tolstoy
- Yuliya Solntseva as Aelita
- Igor Ilyinsky as Kravtsov
- Nikolai Tsereteli as Engineer Los
- Nikolai Batalov as Gusev
- Vera Orlova as Nurse Masha
- Valentina Kuindzhi as Natasha
- Pavel Pol as Viktor Ehrlich
- Konstantin Eggert as Tuskub
- Yuri Zavadsky as Gol
- Aleksandra Peregonets as Ihoshka
- Sofya Levitina as Председательница домкома
- Varvara Massalitinova
- Mikhail Zharov
- Tamara Adelheim
- Iosif Tolchanov as Mars Astronomer with Ihoshka
- Vladimir Uralsky as Солдат
- N. Tretyakova as Yelena
- Galina Kravchenko
- Nikolai Tsereteli as Engineer Spiridinov
- cinematography by Yuri Zhelyabuzhsky & Emil Schoenemann
- music by Aleksandr Ranni
- costume design by Aleksandra Ekster
- genres: Silent film, Adventure Film, Science Fiction, Romance Film, Fantasy, Drama
- rating: G, 0+ (RU)
- released on (90 years ago)
"Aelita" also known as Aelita, or The Decline of Mars is a 1923 science fiction novel by Russian author Aleksey Tolstoy.
- language: Russian Language
- author: Aleksey Nikolayevich Tolstoy
- genres: Science Fiction, Speculative fiction
- subjects: 20th century, Russian Language
- copyright: 1981
- released in (92 years ago)
- Aelita is a character from the French animated television series Code Lyoko. Sharon Mann voices Aelita in the English version.
- also known as Aelita Hopper, Aelita Schaeffer
- Aelita is a fictional character from Aelita.
- Aelita is a fictional character from the 2000 film Sideshow.
- "Aelita": Ælita is the seventh studio album by Swedish band Mando Diao.
- also known as Ælita
- genre: Synthpop
- released on
- "Aelita" is an album by the German jazz-electronica band Tied & Tickled Trio, released in 2007.
- "Aelita" is a composition, cataloged instance.
- "Aelita" is a composition.
- music by Vaiko Eplik
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by Mark Bould, Andrew Butler, Adam Roberts, Sherryl Vint
Aelita is a curious product of the early Soviet film system, ...
World on Film (2011)
An Introduction by Martha P. Nochimson
Aelita is a wild science fiction film with impressive Expressionist costumes and settings. (For an in-depth discussion of Expressionism, see Chapter 3.) How do you imagine a Soviet filmmaker might make a science fiction film to fit the utopian ...
Directory of World Cinema (2015)
RUSSIA 2 by Birgit Beumers
Aelita is a critique of the social life under Lenin's New Economic Policy (NEP) as well as of the order of the burgeoning totalitarian society. Technology is celebrated as a means of progress (the first radio broadcasts were made in the USSR in ...
Future Wars (2012)
The Anticipations and the Fears by David Seed
Aelita is a schizophrenic novel, divided between Gusev and Los, between political engagement and romantic escape, between the challenges of the brave new post- 1917 world and the allurements of pre-revolutionary royalty and romance.
Early Soviet Cinema (2000)
Innovation, Ideology and Propaganda by David C. Gillespie
Aelita ('Aelita'), in 1924. Almost two hours long, and with an impressively large cast, Aelita is a highly significant film. It contains several interconnecting storylines, and themes relevant to the time. Protazanov includes massive Constructivist ...
Dictionary of Films (1972)
by Georges Sadoul, Peter Morris
land on Mars, where the soldier starts a revolution among the slaves of the planet's ruler, Queen Aelita (Solntseva). Protazanov, who had been working ...
by Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock
Tolstoy's Aelita (1923) is a technocratic dystopia inhabited by diminutive humanoids, where the proletariat are exploited by an oligarchic Council of ...
by Richard Kostelanetz
For Yakov Protazanov's science fiction film Aelita (1924), based on an Aleksei Tolstoy story about Russians transported to Mars, Exter designed costumes that emphasized geometric asymmetry, black-and-white contrasts, and the use of Shiny ...
and Aleksey Tolstoy's immensely popular science-fiction novel and subsequent film, Aelita ...
Themes Depicted in Works of Art by Helene E. Roberts
the Russian silent film Aelita (1924), and to figures from H. G. Wells's novels The Sleeper Wakes and The Time Machine. Along with this anthropomorphic strain in art ...
Themes, Works, and Wonders by Gary Westfahl
and Alexei Tolstoy's Aelita ( 1922).
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