Chelovek s kinoapparatom

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Человек с киноаппаратом movie poster.

Movie (1928)
Russian title : Человек с киноаппаратом
French title : L'homme à la caméra
English title : Man with a Movie Camera also known as Living Russia

? (The cameraman)
Ordinary people (Themselves)

Silent experimental documentary (like Koyaanisqatsi fifty years later) of Dziga Vertov.

Avro 504

On the right edge, a mechanic clings the propeller. He stands on the end of the axial skid of an Avro 504 or more probably an Avrushka U-1 (more 700 units of this indigenous copy were built during the 1920s).
Aircraft are of the Directorate of the Workers-Peasants Red Army Air Forces which later became the Soviet Air Force.

Chelovek-s-KA Avro.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

Perhaps Polikarpov R-1 or R-2 (copy of DH.9A built in Soviet Union) ?


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