Monday, November 14, 2005

Welcome to our blog

Hi to all and welcome to our Russian Insider Blog devoted to old Soviet and modern Russian animation. On the pages of this blog (in due course) you will find some stories and pictures of Russian artists. We'll try to give to you the pleasure.


Blogger Bonnie said...

exciting! Can't wait to see everything!

4:16 PM  
Anonymous Hussain said...

I found your blog via a link on Hans Bacher's blog. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and posting such great pictures.

Perhaps at a later time, you'll post your thoughts about the filmmaker Ivan Ivanov-Vano. He is most famous outside Russsia for his beautiful animated film, the Humpbacked Horse. His films, including The Snow Maiden, aren't even available on VHS or DVD in their original versions - what a shame.

I would also love to hear what your thoughts are about Russian animation compared with the animated traditions from other countries. Russian animation has its own rich and distinctive history - I hope the tradition continues :-)

8:27 PM  
Blogger Nancy said...

Dear Alexey,

What lovely roughs for PRINCE VLADIMIR! Now if someone would ask them to leave them that way and never clean them up, that would be something!
Have you any idea when the film will be finished? What kind of music is planned for it?
Congratulations on the blog and I will send many others here to see it!

1:39 PM  
Blogger Nancy said...

I like the designs of the roughs. If only they could leave them that way, and never clean them up! Do you have any idea when this film will be finished?

The 'son's design is also very amusing.

1:41 PM  
Blogger Russian Insider said...

Thanks all of you for kind comments!
I'll try to satysfy all your requests! But not at once.

Nancy, PRINCE VLADIMIR is ready for release actually. Soon the huge promotion will begin in Russia. I don't whether it will be released in USA and other countries. Hope it will! :-)
Sincerely Alexey

3:13 PM  
Blogger Russian Insider said...

As far as I know the music in PRINCE VLADIMIR will be Ethnic kind. Think about Deep Forest but with Russian features. :-)

3:34 PM  
Blogger Virginia Valle said...

Now I cant read all I will like to read your blog in my house :)... beautiful blog and stunning, I found your blog via Hans Bacher's blog :)

4:36 PM  
Blogger Bonnie said...

I really enjoyed the soundtrack samples on the trailer sections of Prince Vlad website. It's good to hear that they will be very ethnic sounding. Russian history is so colorful whether it's Kievan Russ or Soviet. I know so little about early Russian history so it's very interesting to see an animated interpretation of this time period. I hope we will be able to view it in the US, if not I’m sure it will be in some film festivals perhaps?

1:07 AM  

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