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Kino-Fot (Russian: Кино-фот) was a Russian magazine dedicated to cinema produced from 1922 to 1923 under the editorship of Aleksei Gan. A total of six issues of the magazine were produced, five in 1922 with a sixth in 1923. The contributors included Vladimir Mayakovsky, Dziga Vertov and Lev Kuleshov. It was, for a while, the principal journal of the emerging cinematic industry in the Soviet Union. The magazine is credited for being an avant-garde influence for the creative flow the 1920s, bringing new abstract photomontage and typographic designs.

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  • Kino-Fot (Russian: Кино-фот) was a Russian magazine dedicated to cinema produced from 1922 to 1923 under the editorship of Aleksei Gan. A total of six issues of the magazine were produced, five in 1922 with a sixth in 1923. The contributors included Vladimir Mayakovsky, Dziga Vertov and Lev Kuleshov. It was, for a while, the principal journal of the emerging cinematic industry in the Soviet Union. The magazine is credited for being an avant-garde influence for the creative flow the 1920s, bringing new abstract photomontage and typographic designs.
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  • Kino-Fot (Russian: Кино-фот) was a Russian magazine dedicated to cinema produced from 1922 to 1923 under the editorship of Aleksei Gan. A total of six issues of the magazine were produced, five in 1922 with a sixth in 1923. The contributors included Vladimir Mayakovsky, Dziga Vertov and Lev Kuleshov. It was, for a while, the principal journal of the emerging cinematic industry in the Soviet Union. The magazine is credited for being an avant-garde influence for the creative flow the 1920s, bringing new abstract photomontage and typographic designs.
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