Battleship Potemkin | October
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.
"This edition of October seems to be the best, and most complete, available."
Edition Filmmuseum 82
1st edition: 2014
Edited by: Filmmuseum München and Austrian Film Museum
DVD 1: Bronenosec Potemkin / Panzerkreuzer Potemkin (German release version 1926, 70 min / German sound version 1930, 49 min, Sergej Eisenstein) | Vintik-Špintik / The Little Screw (1927, Vladislav Tvardovskij) 10 min
DVD 2: Oktjabr' (1928, Sergej Eisenstein, Grigorij Aleksandrov) 116 min | Zehn Tage, die die Welt erschütterten (1928, Fragment of the German release version of Sergej Eisensteins Oktjabr') 35 min
Language: German, Russian
Subtitles: German, English, French
All Regions, 4:3 PAL
Texts and documents about Edmund Meisel and the films as ROM Features
24 page trilingual booklet with essays by Thomas Tode, Richard Siedhoff, Stefan Drößler and Petr Bagrov (some parts in English, in German and in French)
The Austrian premiere of the German release version of "Bronenosec Potemkin" took place March, 6 and 8, 2015 at the Austrian Film Museum.