Drama in the Futurists' Cabaret No. 13

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Drama in the Futurists' Cabaret No. 13
Drama v kabare futuristov No. 13.jpg
One of the surviving frames; the man is Vsevolod Maksimovich and the woman is N. Elsner[1]
Russian: Драма в кабаре футуристов № 13
Directed byVladimir Kasyanov and/or Mikhail Larionov
CinematographyAlphonse Winkler[2]
Country Russian Empire

Drama in the Futurists' Cabaret No. 13 (Russian: Драма в кабаре футуристов № 13) is a 1914 Russian silent film directed by either Vladimir Kasyanov[3] or Mikhail Larionov.[1] It is probably the world's first avant-garde film.[1][4]


The plot of the movie is unknown, despite the fact that this film is only partially lost: just a few frames have survived.



  1. ^ a b c d e Kerziouk, Olga (21 December 2018). "The "artist Maks": the Ukrainian disciple of Aubrey Beardsley". British Library. Retrieved 6 January 2020.
  2. ^ Альфонс Винклер – человек с киноаппаратом
  3. ^ Цветы на лице
  4. ^ a b c d Tisdall, Caroline; Bozzolla, Angelo (1977). Futurism. Thames & Hudson. p. 145.
  5. ^ Михаил Ларионов. Муж Натальи Гончаровой
  6. ^ Мемория. Владимир Маяковский

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