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The Film Factory : Russian and Soviet Cinema in Documents 1896-1939.

By: Christie, Ian.
Contributor(s): Taylor, Professor Richard | Taylor, Richard.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2012Copyright date: ©2005Description: 1 online resource (485 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781135082444.Subject(s): Motion pictures -- Soviet Union -- History -- SourcesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Film Factory : Russian and Soviet Cinema in Documents 1896-1939DDC classification: 791.430947 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Illustrations -- General Editor's Preface -- Preface -- Preface to the Paperback Edition -- Introduction -- Translator's Note -- 1896-1921: Introduction -- 1896 -- 1 Maxim Gorky: The Lumière Cinematograph (Extracts) -- 1911 -- 2 Leonid Andreyev: First Letter on Theatre (Extracts) -- 1913 -- 3 Vladimir Mayakovsky: Theatre, Cinema, Futurism -- 4 Vladimir Mayakovsky: The Destruction of 'Theatre' by Cinema as a Sign of the Resurrection of Theatrical Art -- 5 Vladimir Mayakovsky: The Relationship Between Contemporary Theatre and Cinema and Art -- 6 Leonid Andreyev: Second Letter on Theatre (Extract) -- 1915 -- 7 Vsevolod Meyerhold: On Cinema -- 1917 -- 8 Lev Kuleshov: The Tasks of the Artist in Cinema -- 1918 -- 9 Lev Kuleshov: The Art of Cinema -- 1919 -- 10 Anatoli Lunacharsky: The Tasks of the State Cinema in the RSFSR -- 1920 -- 11 Vladimir Lenin: Art Belongs to the People. Conversation with Clara Zetkin -- 1922: Introduction -- 12 Vladimir Lenin: Directive on Cinema Affairs -- 13 Anatoli Lunacharsky: Conversation with Lenin. I. Of all the Arts . . . -- 14 Anatoli Lunacharsky: Conversation with Lenin. II. Newsreel and Fiction Film -- 15 Grigori Kozintsev, Leonid Trauberg, Sergei Yutkevich and Georgi Kryzhitsky: Eccentrism -- 16 Alexei Voznesensky: Open Letter to Nemirovich-Danchenko and Stanislavsky -- 17 Lev Kuleshov: 'Art' Cinema -- 18 Lev Kuleshov: Cinema as the Fixing of Theatrical Action -- 19 Alexei Gan: The Cinematograph and Cinema -- 20 Lev Kuleshov: Art, Contemporary Life and Cinema -- 21 Dziga Vertov: We. A Version of a Manifesto -- 22 Lev Kuleshov: Americanism -- 23 Lev Kuleshov: Chamber Cinema -- 24 Vladimir Mayakovsky: Cinema and Cinema -- 25 Alexei Gan: The 'Left Front' and Cinema -- 26 Alexei Gan: The Thirteenth Experiment -- 1923: Introduction -- 27 Alexei Gan: Two Paths.
28 Dziga Vertov: The Cine-Pravda -- 29 Proletkino: Quasi-Theses -- 30 Sergei Eisenstein: The Montage of Attractions -- 31 Dziga Vertov: The Cine-Eyes. A Revolution -- 32 Lev Trotsky: Vodka, the Church and the Cinema -- 33 Russfilm Script Competition -- 34 Viktor Shklovsky: Literature and Cinema (Extracts) -- 1924: Introduction -- 35 Declaration of the Association of Revolutionary Cinematography -- 36 Leonid Trauberg: The Red Clown to the Rescue! -- 37 Alexei Gan: Recognition for the Cine-Eyes -- 38 Lev Kuleshov: Mr West -- 39 Anatoli Lunacharsky: Revolutionary Ideology and Cinema -Theses -- 40 Resolution of Thirteenth Party Congress on Cinema -- 41 Dziga Vertov: The Cine-Pravda: A Report to the Cine-Eyes -- 42 Sovnarkom of the RSFSR: Decree on the Establishment of Sovkino -- 43 Dziga Vertov: Fiction Film Drama and the Cine-Eye -- 44 Vladimir Blyum: Against the 'Theatre of Fools' - For Cinema -- 1925: Introduction -- 45 Anatoli Goldobin: Our Cinema and Its Audience -- 46 Zhizn iskusstva Editorial: Theatre or Cinema? -- 47 Abram Room: Cinema and Theatre -- 48 Dziga Vertov: Cine-Pravda and Radio-Pravda -- 49 Viktor Shklovsky: The Semantics of Cinema -- 50 Grigori Boltyansky: Cinema and the Soviet Public -- 1926: Introduction -- 51 Adrian Piotrovsky: The Battleship Potemkin -- 52 Alexei Gvozdev: A New Triumph for Soviet Cinema (The Battleship Potemkin and the 'Theatrical October') -- 53 Vladimir Kirshon: Literature, Theatre and Cinema (Extract) -- 54 Bela Balazs: The Future of Film -- 55 Sergei Eisenstein: Bela Forgets the Scissors -- 56 Alexander Dubrovsky: The Soviet Cinema in Danger -- 57 Dziga Vertov: The Factory of Facts -- 58 Viktor Shklovsky: Where is Dziga Vertov Striding? -- 59 Esfir Shub: The Manufacture of Facts -- 60 Viktor Shklovsky: The Cine-Eyes and Intertitles -- 61 Anatoli Lunacharsky: Cinema - the Greatest of the Arts.
1927: Introduction -- 62 Vladimir Mayakovsky: Help! -- 63 Viktor Shklovsky: Sergei Eisenstein and 'Non-Played' Film -- 64 Viktor Shklovsky: The Temperature of Cinema -- 65 Viktor Pertsov: Literature and Cinema -- 66 Viktor Shklovsky: The Film Factory (Extracts) -- 67 Vladimir Mayakovsky: Speech in Debate on 'The Paths and Policy of Sovkino' -- 68 Vladimir Mayakovsky: On Cinema -- 69 Kirill Shutko: Preface to Poetics of Cinema -- 70 Viktor Shklovsky: Poetry and Prose in Cinema -- 71 Adrian Piotrovsky: The Cinefication of Theatre - Some GeneralPoints -- 72 Viktor Shklovsky: Mistakes and Inventions -- 73 Osip Brik: The Fixation of Fact (Extract) -- 74 Esfir Shub: We Do Not Deny the Element of Mastery -- 75 Adrian Piotrovsky: Let Us Be Maximalists! -- 76 Adrian Piotrovsky: 'Ideology' and 'Commerce' -- 1928: Introduction -- 77 Nikolai Yakovlev: The Nihilists from ARK -- 78 Anatoli Lunacharsky: Speech to Film Workers -- 79 Vsevolod Pudovkin: S. M. Eisenstein (From Potemkin to October) -- 80 Dziga Vertov: The Eleventh Year -- 81 Alexei Popov: The Relationships Between Cinema and Theatre -- 82 To the Party Conference on Cinema From a Group of Film Directors -- 83 Party Cinema Conference Resolution: The Results of Cinema Construction in the USSR and the Tasks of Soviet Cinema -- 84 Anatoli Lunacharsky: Review of October -- 85 Adrian Piotrovsky: October Must Be Re-Edited! -- 86 Esfir Shub: This Work Cries Out -- 87 Sergei Eisenstein and Grigori Alexandrov: We Are Waiting! -- 88 T. Rokotov: Why Is October Difficult? -- 89 Sergei Eisenstein: For Soviet Cinema -- 90 The Lef Ring: Comrades! A Clash of Views! -- 91 Zhizn iskusstva Editorial: October - The Results of the Discussion -- 92 Sergei Eisenstein, Vsevolod Pudovkin and Grigori Alexandrov: Statement on Sound -- 93 Vladimir Messman: Sound Film -- 94 Viktor Shklovsky: The Soviet School of Acting.
95 Adrian Piotrovsky: Is There a Crisis in Soviet Cinema? -- 96 Sovkino Workers' Conference Resolution: Sovkino's New Course (Extract) -- 97 Sovetskii ekran Editorial: The Rightist Danger in Cinema -- 1929: Introduction -- 98 Leonid Trauberg: An Experiment Intelligible to the Millions -- 99 Viktor Shklovsky: Beware of Music -- 100 Party Central Committee Decree: On the Strengthening of Cinema Cadres -- 101 Sergei Eisenstein and Grigori Alexandrov: An Experiment Intelligible to the Millions -- 102 Yuri Tynyanov: On FEKS -- 103 Pavel Petrov-Bytov: We Have No Soviet Cinema -- 104 Adrian Piotrovsky: Petrov-Bytov's Platform and Soviet Cinema -- 105 Vsevolod Pudovkin: On the Principle of Sound in Film -- 106 Adrian Piotrovsky: Westernism in Our Cinema -- 107 Vsevolod Pudovkin, Leonid Obolensky, Sergei Komarov and Vladimir Fogel: Preface to Kuleshov's Book The Art of Cinema -- 108 Esfir Shub: The Advent of Sound in Cinema -- 109 Vsevolod Meyerhold: The Cinefication of Theatre -- 110 RAPP Resolution on Cinema -- 111 Vsevolod Pudovkin: Conversation on Sound Film -- 1930: Introduction -- 112 'An ARK Member': ARRK Must Be Reorganised -- 113 Ippolit Sokolov: The Legend of 'Left' Cinema -- 114 Na literaturnom postu Editorial: For the Reconstruction of Soviet Cinema -- 115 Nikolai Anoshchenko: Sound Cinema in the Service of the Cultural Revolution -- 116 Viktor Shklovsky: The Script Laboratory -- 117 Kino i zhizn Editorial: Film Work and the Mass Audience -- 118 Dziga Vertov: The Radio-Eye's March -- 119 Dziga Vertov: Speech to the First All-Union Conference on Sound Cinema -- 120 Viktor Shklovsky: Sound as a Semantic Sign -- 121 Ippolit Sokolov: The Second Sound Film Programme -- 122 Kino i zhizn Editorial: Is There a Soviet Sound Cinema? -- 123 Viktor Shklovsky: The Film Language of New Babylon -- 1931-4: Introduction -- 1931.
124 Proletarskoe kino Editorial: What Does 'Proletarian Cinema' Mean? -- 1932 -- 125 Proletarskoe kino Editorial: We Are Continuing the Struggle -- 126 Vsevolod Pudovkin, Esfir Shub et al.: To All Creative Workers in Soviet Cinema -- 127 Party Central Committee Decree: The Reorganisation of Literary and Artistic Organisations -- 1933 -- 128 Anatoli Lunacharsky: Synopsis of a Report on the Tasks of Dramaturgy (Extract) -- 129 Vsevolod Pudovkin: The Role of Sound Cinema -- 130 Sergei Eisenstein: Cinema and the Classics -- 1934 -- 131 First Congress of Soviet Writers (Extracts) -- 132 Pravda Editorial: The Whole Country is Watching Chapayev -- 133 Film-Makers' Letter to Stalin -- 134 Grigori Kozintsev and Leonid Trauberg: The Youth of Maxim(Extracts) -- 135 Vsevolod Pudovkin: The Youth of Maxim -- 136 Dziga Vertov: More on Mayakovsky (Extract) -- 1935: Introduction -- 137 Joseph Stalin: Congratulations to Soviet Cinema on Its Fifteenth Anniversary -- 138 For a Great Cinema Art: Speeches to the All-Union Creative Conference of Workers in Soviet Cinema (Extracts) -- 139 Dziga Vertov: My Illness -- 140 Boris Shumyatsky: A Cinema for the Millions (Extracts) -- 141 Boris Shumyatsky: The Role of the Producer -- Postscript: 1936-41 -- 1936 -- 142 Boris Shumyatsky: Perfecting Our Mastery -- 143 Dziga Vertov: Diary Entry -- 1937 -- 144 Boris Shumyatsky: The Film Bezhin Meadow -- 145 Yuli Raizman: Seminar at VGIK (Extracts) -- 146 Vsevolod Pudovkin: The Director and the Scriptwriter (Extracts) -- 147 Vsevolod Pudovkin: Dialogue in Film (Extract) -- 148 Alexander Dovzhenko: The Artist's Teacher and Friend -- 1938 -- 149 G. Ermolayev: What Is Holding Up the Development of Soviet Cinema? -- 150 Iskusstvo kino Editorial: The Fascist Cur Eradicated -- 151 Alexei Stakhanov: My Suggestion to Soviet Cinema -- 152 Reactions to Stakhanov's Article (Extracts).
153 Vsevolod Pudovkin: The Internal and the External in an Actor's Training.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Illustrations -- General Editor's Preface -- Preface -- Preface to the Paperback Edition -- Introduction -- Translator's Note -- 1896-1921: Introduction -- 1896 -- 1 Maxim Gorky: The Lumière Cinematograph (Extracts) -- 1911 -- 2 Leonid Andreyev: First Letter on Theatre (Extracts) -- 1913 -- 3 Vladimir Mayakovsky: Theatre, Cinema, Futurism -- 4 Vladimir Mayakovsky: The Destruction of 'Theatre' by Cinema as a Sign of the Resurrection of Theatrical Art -- 5 Vladimir Mayakovsky: The Relationship Between Contemporary Theatre and Cinema and Art -- 6 Leonid Andreyev: Second Letter on Theatre (Extract) -- 1915 -- 7 Vsevolod Meyerhold: On Cinema -- 1917 -- 8 Lev Kuleshov: The Tasks of the Artist in Cinema -- 1918 -- 9 Lev Kuleshov: The Art of Cinema -- 1919 -- 10 Anatoli Lunacharsky: The Tasks of the State Cinema in the RSFSR -- 1920 -- 11 Vladimir Lenin: Art Belongs to the People. Conversation with Clara Zetkin -- 1922: Introduction -- 12 Vladimir Lenin: Directive on Cinema Affairs -- 13 Anatoli Lunacharsky: Conversation with Lenin. I. Of all the Arts . . . -- 14 Anatoli Lunacharsky: Conversation with Lenin. II. Newsreel and Fiction Film -- 15 Grigori Kozintsev, Leonid Trauberg, Sergei Yutkevich and Georgi Kryzhitsky: Eccentrism -- 16 Alexei Voznesensky: Open Letter to Nemirovich-Danchenko and Stanislavsky -- 17 Lev Kuleshov: 'Art' Cinema -- 18 Lev Kuleshov: Cinema as the Fixing of Theatrical Action -- 19 Alexei Gan: The Cinematograph and Cinema -- 20 Lev Kuleshov: Art, Contemporary Life and Cinema -- 21 Dziga Vertov: We. A Version of a Manifesto -- 22 Lev Kuleshov: Americanism -- 23 Lev Kuleshov: Chamber Cinema -- 24 Vladimir Mayakovsky: Cinema and Cinema -- 25 Alexei Gan: The 'Left Front' and Cinema -- 26 Alexei Gan: The Thirteenth Experiment -- 1923: Introduction -- 27 Alexei Gan: Two Paths.

28 Dziga Vertov: The Cine-Pravda -- 29 Proletkino: Quasi-Theses -- 30 Sergei Eisenstein: The Montage of Attractions -- 31 Dziga Vertov: The Cine-Eyes. A Revolution -- 32 Lev Trotsky: Vodka, the Church and the Cinema -- 33 Russfilm Script Competition -- 34 Viktor Shklovsky: Literature and Cinema (Extracts) -- 1924: Introduction -- 35 Declaration of the Association of Revolutionary Cinematography -- 36 Leonid Trauberg: The Red Clown to the Rescue! -- 37 Alexei Gan: Recognition for the Cine-Eyes -- 38 Lev Kuleshov: Mr West -- 39 Anatoli Lunacharsky: Revolutionary Ideology and Cinema -Theses -- 40 Resolution of Thirteenth Party Congress on Cinema -- 41 Dziga Vertov: The Cine-Pravda: A Report to the Cine-Eyes -- 42 Sovnarkom of the RSFSR: Decree on the Establishment of Sovkino -- 43 Dziga Vertov: Fiction Film Drama and the Cine-Eye -- 44 Vladimir Blyum: Against the 'Theatre of Fools' - For Cinema -- 1925: Introduction -- 45 Anatoli Goldobin: Our Cinema and Its Audience -- 46 Zhizn iskusstva Editorial: Theatre or Cinema? -- 47 Abram Room: Cinema and Theatre -- 48 Dziga Vertov: Cine-Pravda and Radio-Pravda -- 49 Viktor Shklovsky: The Semantics of Cinema -- 50 Grigori Boltyansky: Cinema and the Soviet Public -- 1926: Introduction -- 51 Adrian Piotrovsky: The Battleship Potemkin -- 52 Alexei Gvozdev: A New Triumph for Soviet Cinema (The Battleship Potemkin and the 'Theatrical October') -- 53 Vladimir Kirshon: Literature, Theatre and Cinema (Extract) -- 54 Bela Balazs: The Future of Film -- 55 Sergei Eisenstein: Bela Forgets the Scissors -- 56 Alexander Dubrovsky: The Soviet Cinema in Danger -- 57 Dziga Vertov: The Factory of Facts -- 58 Viktor Shklovsky: Where is Dziga Vertov Striding? -- 59 Esfir Shub: The Manufacture of Facts -- 60 Viktor Shklovsky: The Cine-Eyes and Intertitles -- 61 Anatoli Lunacharsky: Cinema - the Greatest of the Arts.

1927: Introduction -- 62 Vladimir Mayakovsky: Help! -- 63 Viktor Shklovsky: Sergei Eisenstein and 'Non-Played' Film -- 64 Viktor Shklovsky: The Temperature of Cinema -- 65 Viktor Pertsov: Literature and Cinema -- 66 Viktor Shklovsky: The Film Factory (Extracts) -- 67 Vladimir Mayakovsky: Speech in Debate on 'The Paths and Policy of Sovkino' -- 68 Vladimir Mayakovsky: On Cinema -- 69 Kirill Shutko: Preface to Poetics of Cinema -- 70 Viktor Shklovsky: Poetry and Prose in Cinema -- 71 Adrian Piotrovsky: The Cinefication of Theatre - Some GeneralPoints -- 72 Viktor Shklovsky: Mistakes and Inventions -- 73 Osip Brik: The Fixation of Fact (Extract) -- 74 Esfir Shub: We Do Not Deny the Element of Mastery -- 75 Adrian Piotrovsky: Let Us Be Maximalists! -- 76 Adrian Piotrovsky: 'Ideology' and 'Commerce' -- 1928: Introduction -- 77 Nikolai Yakovlev: The Nihilists from ARK -- 78 Anatoli Lunacharsky: Speech to Film Workers -- 79 Vsevolod Pudovkin: S. M. Eisenstein (From Potemkin to October) -- 80 Dziga Vertov: The Eleventh Year -- 81 Alexei Popov: The Relationships Between Cinema and Theatre -- 82 To the Party Conference on Cinema From a Group of Film Directors -- 83 Party Cinema Conference Resolution: The Results of Cinema Construction in the USSR and the Tasks of Soviet Cinema -- 84 Anatoli Lunacharsky: Review of October -- 85 Adrian Piotrovsky: October Must Be Re-Edited! -- 86 Esfir Shub: This Work Cries Out -- 87 Sergei Eisenstein and Grigori Alexandrov: We Are Waiting! -- 88 T. Rokotov: Why Is October Difficult? -- 89 Sergei Eisenstein: For Soviet Cinema -- 90 The Lef Ring: Comrades! A Clash of Views! -- 91 Zhizn iskusstva Editorial: October - The Results of the Discussion -- 92 Sergei Eisenstein, Vsevolod Pudovkin and Grigori Alexandrov: Statement on Sound -- 93 Vladimir Messman: Sound Film -- 94 Viktor Shklovsky: The Soviet School of Acting.

95 Adrian Piotrovsky: Is There a Crisis in Soviet Cinema? -- 96 Sovkino Workers' Conference Resolution: Sovkino's New Course (Extract) -- 97 Sovetskii ekran Editorial: The Rightist Danger in Cinema -- 1929: Introduction -- 98 Leonid Trauberg: An Experiment Intelligible to the Millions -- 99 Viktor Shklovsky: Beware of Music -- 100 Party Central Committee Decree: On the Strengthening of Cinema Cadres -- 101 Sergei Eisenstein and Grigori Alexandrov: An Experiment Intelligible to the Millions -- 102 Yuri Tynyanov: On FEKS -- 103 Pavel Petrov-Bytov: We Have No Soviet Cinema -- 104 Adrian Piotrovsky: Petrov-Bytov's Platform and Soviet Cinema -- 105 Vsevolod Pudovkin: On the Principle of Sound in Film -- 106 Adrian Piotrovsky: Westernism in Our Cinema -- 107 Vsevolod Pudovkin, Leonid Obolensky, Sergei Komarov and Vladimir Fogel: Preface to Kuleshov's Book The Art of Cinema -- 108 Esfir Shub: The Advent of Sound in Cinema -- 109 Vsevolod Meyerhold: The Cinefication of Theatre -- 110 RAPP Resolution on Cinema -- 111 Vsevolod Pudovkin: Conversation on Sound Film -- 1930: Introduction -- 112 'An ARK Member': ARRK Must Be Reorganised -- 113 Ippolit Sokolov: The Legend of 'Left' Cinema -- 114 Na literaturnom postu Editorial: For the Reconstruction of Soviet Cinema -- 115 Nikolai Anoshchenko: Sound Cinema in the Service of the Cultural Revolution -- 116 Viktor Shklovsky: The Script Laboratory -- 117 Kino i zhizn Editorial: Film Work and the Mass Audience -- 118 Dziga Vertov: The Radio-Eye's March -- 119 Dziga Vertov: Speech to the First All-Union Conference on Sound Cinema -- 120 Viktor Shklovsky: Sound as a Semantic Sign -- 121 Ippolit Sokolov: The Second Sound Film Programme -- 122 Kino i zhizn Editorial: Is There a Soviet Sound Cinema? -- 123 Viktor Shklovsky: The Film Language of New Babylon -- 1931-4: Introduction -- 1931.

124 Proletarskoe kino Editorial: What Does 'Proletarian Cinema' Mean? -- 1932 -- 125 Proletarskoe kino Editorial: We Are Continuing the Struggle -- 126 Vsevolod Pudovkin, Esfir Shub et al.: To All Creative Workers in Soviet Cinema -- 127 Party Central Committee Decree: The Reorganisation of Literary and Artistic Organisations -- 1933 -- 128 Anatoli Lunacharsky: Synopsis of a Report on the Tasks of Dramaturgy (Extract) -- 129 Vsevolod Pudovkin: The Role of Sound Cinema -- 130 Sergei Eisenstein: Cinema and the Classics -- 1934 -- 131 First Congress of Soviet Writers (Extracts) -- 132 Pravda Editorial: The Whole Country is Watching Chapayev -- 133 Film-Makers' Letter to Stalin -- 134 Grigori Kozintsev and Leonid Trauberg: The Youth of Maxim(Extracts) -- 135 Vsevolod Pudovkin: The Youth of Maxim -- 136 Dziga Vertov: More on Mayakovsky (Extract) -- 1935: Introduction -- 137 Joseph Stalin: Congratulations to Soviet Cinema on Its Fifteenth Anniversary -- 138 For a Great Cinema Art: Speeches to the All-Union Creative Conference of Workers in Soviet Cinema (Extracts) -- 139 Dziga Vertov: My Illness -- 140 Boris Shumyatsky: A Cinema for the Millions (Extracts) -- 141 Boris Shumyatsky: The Role of the Producer -- Postscript: 1936-41 -- 1936 -- 142 Boris Shumyatsky: Perfecting Our Mastery -- 143 Dziga Vertov: Diary Entry -- 1937 -- 144 Boris Shumyatsky: The Film Bezhin Meadow -- 145 Yuli Raizman: Seminar at VGIK (Extracts) -- 146 Vsevolod Pudovkin: The Director and the Scriptwriter (Extracts) -- 147 Vsevolod Pudovkin: Dialogue in Film (Extract) -- 148 Alexander Dovzhenko: The Artist's Teacher and Friend -- 1938 -- 149 G. Ermolayev: What Is Holding Up the Development of Soviet Cinema? -- 150 Iskusstvo kino Editorial: The Fascist Cur Eradicated -- 151 Alexei Stakhanov: My Suggestion to Soviet Cinema -- 152 Reactions to Stakhanov's Article (Extracts).

153 Vsevolod Pudovkin: The Internal and the External in an Actor's Training.

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