DVD Edition Filmmuseum

Battleship Potemkin & October

CHF 32.00 / EUR 29.00

This deluxe 2-disc DVD set presents Sergej Eisenstein's immortal screen classics Battleship Potemkin and October in previously unreleased and painstakingly restored versions featuring the original accompanying scores by Austrian-born composer Edmund Meisel. The ROM section includes a wide range of rare documents and detailed essays on the heavily influential creative partnership of «kindred spirits» Eisenstein and Meisel.


Battleship Potemkin, Sergej Eisenstein, USSR 1926 - German opening night version (70 min.)
Score performed by Deutsches Filmorchester

Battleship Potemkin, Sergej Eisenstein, USSR 1930 - German sound version (49 min.)
Sound version by Alois Johannes Lippl & Edmund Meisel

October, Sergej Eisenstein, USSR 1928 (116 min.)
Score performed by Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester

Zehn Tage, die die Welt erschütterten, Sergej Eisenstein, USSR 1928 (fragment, 35 min.)
Score performed by Mark Pogolski

edition filmmuseum 82
Double DVD
Language Deutsch - Pусский Subtitles english, deutsch, français
Screen 4/3 PAL, b&w Sound DD 2.0 FSK 14 Region code All regions
Bonus Additional essays as ROM features - Booklet

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trigon-film is a foundation with outstanding films from Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe, pursuing the aim to dismantle cultural barriers and prejudices. Since its foundation in 1988, trigon has distributed more than 500 titles to Swiss cinema houses, on DVD and in its online cinema. Most of these titles remain in the trigon collection so that the access to this visual legacy is maintained. Learn more