Running Time: 115 minutes
"There is probably no better forum for examining the radical changes on the Soviet Union and its people." - Los Angeles Times
The Glasnost Film Festival is a 12-video collection featuring 22 Soviet documentary films
produced in the "Glasnost Era." Many of the films remain definitive and timeless documents of previously
unexplored aspects of Soviet history and culture. All were produced originally on 35mm film and are subtitled
And the Past Seems
But a Dream, 87 min.
reunion of former residents of Igarka reveals a time that was a
painful nightmare, and the complicated attitudes of people towards
Theatre Square, 28 min.
Without any narration or interviews,
this film presents the images and sounds of a hunger strike staged
over the Nagorno-Karabahk dispute.