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Sovscope 70 - 70mm Films in USSR

The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: Dmitry Silyanov, Moscow, Russia Date: 02.07.2010. Updated 04-05-22
Film Vzlyot/Take-Off. Cameraman Vladimir Klimov. Chamber "Birch".

Thank you for inserting the information from Russia on your Website. I am very glad, that I have brought even in small part to your research of 70mm cinema.

On yours site I have found a lot of interesting information for myself. For the first time I have found out that, at last, after a very long break, in global cinematograph the motions to return to shooting on 70mm of the film-chamber have appeared. Let though and partially, but that fact, that for a short interval of time many authors of cinema again started to use 70mm format at shootings, in such films as "The New World", "The Prestige", "Sunshine", "The International", "The Dark Knight", "The Tree of Life", "Inception", "Shutter Island", "The Young Black Stallion", "Transformers-2". It speaks that the format of 70mm can again return in complete volume. I consider, that shooting on 70mm a negative and demonstration of such films at cinemas in 70mm it some kind of HI-END in the world cinematograph. On my deep belief, use of digital chambers can spoil cinematograph. You on your site make great job for preservation fundamental principles of cinematograph.
More in 70mm reading:

Also see: Sovscope 70 by Jeffry L. Johnson

John H. Mitchell, Australia. Cinerama unterm Sternenhimmel
Interview with John H. Mitchell, Australia
John Mitchell gallery of older pictures

Kinopanorama Films
Panorama Cinema in Moscow
Kinopanorama in Paris
Kinopanorama Update
Lost Orphaned Film
Soviet Circular Panorama

"War and Peace" in 70mm

Foreign 70mm Films in Russia

Internet link:


Filming of "Beg"/"The Flight" (Camera "Russia")

Unfortunately, I do not have any posters form Russian70mm films. I was never engaged in a collecting. As to DVD of the films, their covers in our country never reveals if the films were photographed of exhibited  in 70mm. As I already explained in a pervious mail, "in 70mm presentation" was only ever advertised as «the large format». If the poster in the cinema, or in the film's credits, ever said anything, it was only mentioned like «wide-frame film», which meant it was presented in 70mm. As far as I have understood from your website, it was always mentioned if a film was presented in 70mm, and the posters carried a “70mm” logo.

Soviet films demonstrated in the USSR in 70mm format

Legendary Russian Cameraman Igor Chernykh in 1977 for the first time in Soviet Union durign filming "Yemelyan Pugachyov", he converted a 70-millimeter hand-held camera KSSHR to be used with with a stabilising system like Steadicam. This system was his own invention.

I am to send to you the list of the Soviet films, demonstrated in 70 mm format in the period from 1961 till 1990. Unfortunately, I have not the information, what from these films were shot on 70mm negative, and what are blow-up in 70mm. Such information may be received only in the main film-storehouse of Russia - Gosfilmofond. Very much I ask you to confirm reception of this letter.

I have good news for your Website. I, at last, managed to get the list of the Soviet films which have really been shot on a 70 mm negative film. To me in hands the catalogue of the Soviet films stored in the Gosfilmofond archive has got. In my last letters I have already wrote to you, that Gosfilmofond - the state film-storehouse and in it there are negatives and working materials of the films which have been shot during the Soviet period are stored. To my fortunately, in the catalogue opposite to names of films real formats of the film have been also specified. After my additional double checks, it was not the big work to make the separate list on truly 70-millimetric films.

At once I want to warn, that I have included in this list only full-length fiction films. The matter is that during the Soviet period on 70 mm it has been shot a lot of documentary and short-length films, and also film-ballets and the film-operas which completely have been shot on a stage of theatre and not being independent pieces of screen. For me these categories of films never interested, therefore I did not begin to include them in the list.
Sovscope 70 YouTube clips

Tabor ukhodit v nebo (1975)

2:20 "War and Peace" Part 1
1:33 "War and Peace" Part 2
1:17 "War and Peace" Part 3
1:33 "War and Peace" Part 4


Also, recommend you to address on studio "Mosfilm". They have also storehouse of films, shot directly at their studio (and such films are more than half from my list of the Soviet 70 mm of films). Write tothem. Or to the chief of an international department and film distributionMr. Sergei N.Simagin

Filming of "Dersu Uzala". In the foreground behind camera KSSHR-1 is Cameraman Jury Gantman, nearby Director Akira Kurosawa; behind the second camera KSK-70 is Cameraman A. Nakai

It is the fullest list of the fiction, full-length Soviet films which have been shot on 70 mm a negative. There were only questions on two films. Film Krasnaya palatka \The Red Tent (1969) - in Gosfilmofond is stored only a positive reference copy of this film in a format 1.37:1, printed in laboratory Technicolor. The negative one there is not present. In storehouse of studio Mosfilm the same - a positive rolling copy and also in a format 1.37:1. The matter is that this film was joint Soviet-Italian production and the most part of money for its setting was brought by the Italian producer. Quite probably, that under the contract, negative materials were sent to them. But there is a question, why in spite of the fact that in Soviet Union this film was distributed as 70 mm, the reference copy has been printed in 35 mm in a format 1.37:1.
Some posters for the Soviet films which have been shot on a negative of 70 mm

Legenda o knyagine Olge/ The Legend of Princess Olga (1983)
Anna Karenina (1967)
Aybolit-66/ Oh How It Hurts 66 (1966)
Voyna i mir/ War and Peace (1967)
Cherez ternii k zvyozdam/ To the Stars by Hard Ways (1981)
Bratya Karamazovy/ The Brothers Karamazov (1969)
34-y skoryy/ Fire on East Train 34 (1981)
Tri tolstyaka/ Three Fat Men (1966)
Beg/ The Flight (1970)
Tabor ukhodit v nebo/Queen of the Gypsies (1975)
Filming of "Tchaikovsky". Camera KSSHR-1. The Cameraman Margarita Pilihina.

There is a big doubt, that this film was shot in 70 mm. In fact in the western distribution it was shown in 35 mm. Quite probably, that in this case it is a question about blow-uping in 70 mm. To clear out this question to the end it was not possible. The known Russian cameraman Levan Paatashvili who has shot such 70-millimetric films as "Beg" \"The Flight" and "Romans o vlyublyonnykh" \"Romance for Lovers", in his book wrote, that he has been invited to shot this picture and that it was planned to shot it in 70mm. He even has had time to make some test shootings in 70mm. But he was discharged from a picture shooting and film was shot by other operator.

Here the string of history breaks. I managed in one technical journal to find only one photo from shootings this film where in the staff the movie camera has got. And it was movie camera Mitchell. Them then (in 60th years) have much bought for shootings the Soviet films. But only for 35mm. All 70-millimetric films were shot exclusively on the Soviet movie cameras and Soviet film Svema. As far as we know, movie camera Mitchell for shooting 70-millimetric film was used only once on French film "Play Time".

Almost same not clear situation with the film Szerelmi álmok - Liszt \The Loves of Liszt (1970) which is also joint statement (with Hungary) and which is stored in Gosfilmofond in a format of 35 mm (2.35:1). Moreover! This film did not demonstrated in Soviet Union in a format of 70 mm! in spite of the fact that film was joint Soviet-Hungarian.
Filming of "Osvobozhdenie" / "Liberation". Camera KSSHR-1. Cameraman Igor Slabnevich. Near to it film Director Jury Ozerov.

I also would like to pay your attention, that some Soviet films wrongly are considered shot on a negative 70mm. For example, such films as

• Skorbnoye beschuvstviye \Mournful Unconcern (1987)
• Zemlya Sannikova \The Sannikov Land (1973)
• Ekipazh \Air Crew (1980)
• Cherez Gobi i Khingan \Through Gobi and Khingan (1981)
• Duma o Kovpake/Poem of Kovpak (1973-76)
• Lyubov zemnaya (1974)
• Vkus khalvy/Taste of halvah (1975)
• Moy laskovyy i nezhnyy zver/The Shooting Party (1978)
• Krasnye kolokola/Red Bells (1982)

and some other films.

The part from these films was shot on 35 mm (anamorph, 2.35:1) and then blown up to 70mm for distribution, and the part from these films was shot on system super 35 and also blown up to 70mm.

Here it would be desirable to give a short historical information. The matter is that officially it is considered, that shootings on system super 35 for the first time have been tested by the American film studios somewhere in 1982. However, it mismatches the validity. For the first time such system of shootings has appeared in the Soviet cinema in 1974 and has been developed by state film-photo institute NIKFI (by the way, the same institute has developed also system Stereo 70 for shootings 3D-stereokino on a negative of 70 mm). The system super 35 in the Soviet cinema was called as UFF (Universal Format of Frame), and in 1982 already American studios have thought up for it the commercial name “ super 35 ”. One of the first Soviet films, on system UFF\super 35, the picture of great Russian director Sergey Bondarchuk Oni srazhalis za rodinu \They Fought for Their Country (1975) became shot. This picture has distributed in a format of 70 mm (2.20:1) and 35 mm (2.35:1). And only in 90th years on TV and on DVD this film began to be shown in the initial format 1.37:1 without cutting the frame.

So! ATTENTION !!! For the first time the list of the Soviet films which have been shot on a negative of 70mm is herewith published:

Films in Sovscope 70

Sovscope 70 Release Year by Year
34-y skoryy/ Fire on East Train 34 (1981)

Avtomobil, skripka i sobaka Klyaksa/ The car, violin and a dog the Blot (1974)

Aybolit-66/ Oh How It Hurts 66 (1966)

Anna Karenina (1967)

Arena (1967)

Bayka (1987)

Beg/ The Flight (1970)

Bez mundira/ Without a Uniform (1988)

Belaya Ptitsa s Chyornoy Otmetinoy/ The White Bird Marked with Black (1971)

Belyy Bashlyk (1975)

Bereg Nadezhdy/ Hope Coast (1967)

Bitva za Moskvu/ The Fight for Moscow (1985)

Blistayushchiy Mir/ The Sparkling World (1984)

Blokada/ Blockade (1974-77) + this entry

Bratya Karamazovy/ The Brothers Karamazov (1969)
The Wiki was edited by me and the guy who sent you the last list - Dmitry Silvanov. He actually went to the people who worked in the Russian State film archive, and painstakingly confirmed with them, what kind of negatives they have in storage, against published records which he found.

The Mosfilm produced titles were confirmed by Anatoly Petritsky, the DOP of "War and Peace", who is now presides over Mosfilm's restoration and preservation program.

Since no-one in Russia today seems to have any interest in 70mm technology and production, we decided to publish the list in Wikipedia, just to preserve it.

Alex Asp, 20.06.2011

Story of the Flamming years

Law of Antarctica
Trial of the Mad Men

An Optimistic Tragedy (filmed in Black and White) The Serf Actress
Buryan/Tall Weeds (1967)

Cherez ternii k zvyozdam/ To the Stars by Hard Ways (1981)

Chermen (1970)

Chyornaya beryoza/ The Black Birch (1978)

Chyornaya strela/ The Black Arrow (1985)

Shlyapa/ The Hat (1981)

Ekzamen na bessmertie/ Examination on immortality (1983)

Eskadron gusar letuchikh/ Squadron the hussar of the flying (1980)

Daleko na zapade/ Far in the West (1968)

Devushka i Grand/ The girl and the Grandee (1981)

Dersu Uzala (1975)

Direktor/Director (1969)

Dnevnye zvyozdy/ The Stars of the Day (1968)

Duma o Britanke/ Thought about the Britanka (1969)

Dusha/Soul (1981)

Fantaziya na temu lyubvi/ Imagination on a love theme (1980)
The Enchanted Desna River
The Blizzard
The Cosmic Alloy
The Dream
Sleeping Beauty

One Year as Full LIfe
The Aurora Salvo
War and Peace
We, The Russian People
The Third Youth (La Nuit des Adieux), co-produced with Alcam Films, France

Daily Stars
AIBOLIT-66 (Dr. Doolittle-66)
Caterina Ismailova (Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk) The Royal Regatta Three Fat Men Tale of the Tsar Saltan

Anna Karenina
Riverbank of Hope
The Iron Flood
The Unforgettable
They Live near us
First Russians
Wedding in Malinovka
The Andromeda Nebula

The Brothers Karamazov
Night of the Ivan Kupala (Feast of St. John the Baptist) Far on The West Liberation
Fantasticheskaya istoriya/ Fantastic story (1988)

Front v tylu vraga/ Front in the Rear of the Enemy (1982)

Front za liniey fronta/ Front Beyond the Front Line (1977)

Geroy eyo romana/ The hero of its novel (1984)

Geroy nashego vremeni/ Hero of Our Time (1965)

God kak zhizn/ Year as a life (1965)

Goya, ili tyazhkiy put poznaniya/ Goya - oder Der arge Weg der Erkenntnis (1971)

Goluboy lyod/ Blue Ice (1969)

Gonshchiki/Racers (1972)

Goroda i gody/ Towns and Years (1973)

I vot prishyol Bumbo.../ And Then Came Bumbo... (1984)

I eshchyo odna noch Shekherazady/ And Another Shererazade Night (1984)

Ivan Veliky (1987)

Inkognito iz Peterburga/ Incognito from Petersburg (1977)

Kamennaya dusha/ Stone soul (1989)
Reflections on Britanka
Blue Ice
Prince Igor
King of the Mountains and all Others
King of the Arena
A Postal Romance
A Plot for a Short Story (The loves of Tchekhov)

The Plight
Ljubov Yarovaya (Ljubov of the Spring)
Sea in Fire
The Downfall of the Empire
Chermen (Chermen the Hero)

Zakhar Berkut
Stars Never Go Off
The Young Ones
People on the Nile (co-production with Misr film, Egypt) Goya, or the Stark Way of Knowlegde (co-production with DEFA, DDR), the production used Sovscope 70 cameras for the scenes filmed in USSR The Russian Field Sister of a Musician The Price of Fast Seconds

White Bird with Black Markings
The Courtesy Visit
Always Alert
The Hot Snow
The Racers
The Girl from Siberia
Only You
Kapitan 'Piligrima'/ The captain of "Pilgrim" (1986)

Katerina Izmailova (1966)

Kafe “Izotop” (1976)

Knyaz Igor (1970)

Koney na pereprave ne menyayut/ Horses on a crossing do not change (1980)

Korolevskaya regata/ Royal regatta (1966)

Korol gor i drugie/ The king of mountains and others (1969)

Korol manezha/ The king of an arena (1970)

Kosmicheskiy splav/ Space alloy (1964)
The Cities and the Years
Point of No Return
The Headless Horseman (co-produced and filmed with ICAIC in Cuba) The High Rank Much Ado About Nothing

The Car, The Violin, and Blot the Dog
White Headscarf
The Siege of Leningrad (Blockade)
Romance of Lovers
The Hottest Month

The Air Traveller
Dersu Uzala
From Dawn to Dusk
The Ivanov Family

Cafe "Isotop" [the title is untranslatable] The Gypsy Camp Leaves for the Sky Soldiers if Freedom Sun, and Sun Again The Theater of an Unknown Actor
Krepostnaya aktrisa/ The Serf Actress (1963)

Krutoe Pole/ Abrupt field (1979)

Krushenie imperii/ Empire falling (1970)

Legenda o knyagine Olge/ The Legend of Princess Olga (1983)

Les/ Wood (1980)

Lesnaya pesnya. Mavka/ A Story of the Forest: Mavka (1981)

Lyubov Yarovaya (1970)

Ludi Na Nile/ Those People of the Nile/ Al-nass wal Nil (1971)

Mama, rodnaya, lyubimaya... (1986)

Matveeva radost (1985)

Metel/ The Blizzard (1964)

Mnogo shuma iz nichego/ Much Ado About Nothing (1973)

Molodye/ Young People (1971)

More v ogne/ The sea on fire (1971)
Armed and Very Dangerous
Incognito from St. Petersburg
The Right to Love
Front Behind the Front Lines

The all-decisive moment
Emelyan Pugachov
The Harvesters
Let's talk my Brother
As Long as the Dream is Alive
Black Birch
Yaroslavna, Queen of France

Faithfully and Truly
The Take-Off (Vzlet which was screened in the last KRRR) Forget the Name of Death Here, on my Land Cool Field The Last Hunt

The Cherry Pool
Don't change the Horses in the Midstream The Forest Fantasia on the Subject of Love Per aspera ad astra (Humanoid Woman) The Squadron of Flying Houssars

The Express Train No.34
The Girl and the Spanish Grand
The Soul
The Forest Song. Mavka
Front Behind the Enemy Lines
The Hat
Yaroslav The Wise
My, russkiy narod/ We, Russian people (1965)

Na ves zolota/ Worth its weight in gold (1983)

Na pomoshch, brattsy!/ On the help, brothers! (1988)

Nezabyvayemoye/ The Unforgettable (1967)

Oglasheniyu ne podlezhit/ To announcement is not subject (1987)

Oni zhivut ryadom/ They live nearby (1968)

Optimisticheskaya tragediya/ Optimistic Tragedy (1963)

Osvobozhdenie/ Liberation (1969-71)

Osvobozhdenie/ Liberation (1969-71)

Oslinaya shkura/ Donkey's Hide (1982)

Ot zari do zari/ From Dawn Till Sunset (1975)

Pervaya konnaya/ First Cavalry (1984)

Pervorossiyanye (1968)
Vassily Buslaev
Vladivostok, 1918
High Pass
If enemy doesn't surrender...
The Donkey Skin
The Star and Death of Joaquin Murrieta
Introduction to theBattle
Secrets of the Holy Jura

Legend of Princess Olga
Weight in Gold
The Recipe of her Youth
Exam for Immortality

Glinting World
Hero of her Romance
And then came Bumbo...
One more night of Scheherazade
First Cavalry
Entrust to General Netsterov
Come Free
Seven Elements

Battle for Moscow
There Was a Brave Captain
Joy of Matvey
The Leap
The Origins of Russia
The Rivals
Black Arrow

Perekhvat/ Interception (1986)

Povest plamennykh let/ The Story of the Flaming Years (1961)

Pogovorim, brat/ Let's talk, the brother (1978)

Poka bezumstvuyet mechta/ While the Dream Is Raving (1978)

Poruchit generalu Nesterovu/ To charge to general Nesterov (1984)

Poslednyaya okhota/ The Last Hunt (1979)

Postaraysya ostatsya zhivym/ Try to remain live (1986)

Pochtovyy roman/ Romance by Mail (1969)

Pravo na Lyuobov/ The right to love (1977)

Predisloviye k bitve/ The preface to fight (1982)

Prikhodi svobodnym/ Come the free (1984)

Prodelki v starinnom dukhe/ Old Times Pranks (1986)

Proryv/ Breakthrough (1986)

Pryzhok/Jump (1985)
Captain of "Pilgrim"
My Dear Beloved Mom
The Interception
Try to Stay Alive
Pranks of the Olden Days
The Breakthrough
Steppe Squadron
We are not there

The Fairy Tail
Ivan the Great
Not for Disclosure
Silver Strings
Tale about Painter in Love
Gypsy Girl Aza

Without Uniform
Stone Soul
Help, Lads!
One, two - the trouble does not mater
Fantastic Story

Cyrano de Bergerac
Raz, dva - gore ne beda (1988)

Retsept yeyo molodosti/ Recipe of Her Youth (1983)

Romans o vlyublyonnykh/ Romance for Lovers (1974)

Russkoye pole/ Russian Field (1971)

Rus iznachalnaya/ Primary Russia (1986)

Samyy zharkiy mesyats/ The Warmest Month (1974)

Svadba v Malinovke/ Wedding in Malinovka (1967)

Sem stikhiy/ Seven elements (1984)

Semya Ivanovykh/ The Ivanov Family (1975)

Serebryanye struny/ Silver strings (1987)

Sestra Muzykanta/ The Musician's Sister (1971)

Sibiryachka/ The Siberian Woman (1972)

Sirano De Berzherak (1989)

Skazka o tsare Saltane/ The Tale of Tsar Saltan (1966)

Skazka pro vlyublyonnogo malyara/ Fairy tale about the enamoured house painter (1987)
Skorost/ Speed (1983)

Sledopyt/ The Pathfinder (1987)

Soldaty Svobody/ Soldiers of Freedom (1977)

Solntse, snova solntse/ The Sun, Again the Sun (1976)

Son/ Dream (1964)

Sopernitsy/ Competitors (1985)

Spyashchaya krasavitsa/ The Sleeping Beauty (1964)

Stepnaya eskadrilya/ Steppe squadron (1986)

Sud sumasshedshikh/ The Trial of Madmen (1961)

Sudba/ Destiny (1977)

Syuzhet dlya nebolshogo rasskaza/ Subject for a Short Story (1969)
Tabor ukhodit v nebo/Queen of the Gypsies (1975)

Tayny svyatogo Yura/Secrets of sacred Jura (1982)

Tam, gde nas net/There, where we are not present (1986)

Teatr neizvestnogo aktera/ Theatre of the unknown actor (1976)

Tolko ty/ Only you (1972)

Tretya molodost/ Nights of Farewell (1966)

Tri tolstyaka/ Three Fat Men (1966)

Tumannost Andromedy/ Andromeda Nebula (1967)

Tsena bystrykh sekund/ The price of fast seconds (1971)

Tsyganka Aza/ Gipsy Aza (1987)

Tchaikovsky (1969)

Vasili Buslayev (1982)

Veroy i Pravdoy/ Belief and the Truth (1979)

Vecher nakanune Ivana Kupala/ The Eve of Ivan Kupalo (1968)
Vzlyot/ Take-Off (1979)

Vizit vezhlivosti/ Courtesy Call (1972)

Vishnyovyy omut/ Cherry Whirlpool (1982)

Vkus khleba/ Taste of bread (1979)

Vladivostok, god 1918/ Vladivostok, year 1918 (1982)

Vozvrata net/ No Return (1973)

Vozdukhoplavatel/Aeronaut (1975)

Voyna i mir/ War and Peace (1967)

Vooruzhyon i ochen opasen/ Armed and Dangerous: Time and Heroes of Bret Harte (1977)

Vsadnik bez golovy/ The Headless Rider (1972)

Vsyo reshayet mgnoveniye/ All solves an instant (1978)

Vsegda nacheku (Sever, yug, vostok, zapad)/ Always on the alert (North, South, East, West) (1971)

Vysokyi Pereval/ High pass (1982)

Vysokoye zvaniye/ High Title (1973-74)
Yaroslav Mudry (1981)

Yaroslavna, koroleva Frantsii/ Yaroslavna, Queen of France (1978)

Yarost/ Fury (1966)

Yemelyan Pugachyov (1978)

Yesli vrag ne sdayotsya.../ If the enemy does not surrender (1982)

Zheleznyy potok/ Torrents of Steel (1967)

Zhil otvazhnyy kapitan/ Brave Captain (1985)

Zhnecy/Reapers (1978)

Zabud'te slovo 'smert'/ Forget the Word 'Death' (1979)

Zakon Antarktidy/ The Law of the Antarctic (1965)

Zalp Avrory/ The Salvos of the Aurora Cruiser (1965)

Zakhar Berkut (1971)

Zacharovannaya Desna/ The Enchanted Desna (1964)

Zvezda i smert Khoakina Muryety/ Star And Death of Joaquin Murrieta (1982)

Zvezdy Ne Gasnut/ Stars do not die away (1971)

Zdes, na moey zemle/ Here, on my earth (1979)

3D-Stereokino, 70mm negative, “Stereo-70” system

Net I Da/ No and Yes (1966)

Tainstvennyy monakh/ The Mysterious Monk (1968)

SOS nad taygoy/ SOS from the Taiga (1977)

Zamurovannye v stekle/ Immured in glass (1978)

Vsadnik na zolotom kone/ The horseman on a gold horse (1980)

Pokhishcheniye veka/ Abduction of a century (1981)

O strannostyakh lyubvi/ About Oddities of Love (1983)

Uchenik lekarya/ The Doctor's Pupil (1983)

Shutki v storonu/ Joking aside (1984)

Na zlatom kryltse sideli/ Sitting on the Golden Porch (1986)

Ona s metloy, on v chyornoy shlyape/ She Has a Broom, He has a Black Hat (1987)

Suvenir Dlya Prokurora/ Souvenir for the public prosecutor (1989)

Vanka-vstanka (1990)

Vlyublyonnyy maneken/ The Model Who Fell in Love (1991)

Rys idet po sledu (1994)

The additional information on new workings out in 3D (Stereo-70 and Phantom-65):
Films in Stereo-70 Three-Dimensional Cinematography in Russia

Stereo-70 / Stereokino. Three-Dimensional Cinematography in Russia


Panoramic Cinema

Now about panoramic cinema. As the majority of the Soviet panoramic films were documentary (and I am not so interested documentary and animation cinema), I have no full information on panoramic films. I can only tell, what exactly live-action full-length panoramic films were shot not so many. It is the following films:

• “Vallatud kurvid” (Ozornye povoroty) (1959)
• “Techet Volga” (1962)
• “Spyashchaya Krasavitsa” (1964)

In my opinion, it is all. All other films were documentary. It is due the fact that the panoramic cinema rather quickly has come 70mm. Panoramic cinema have considered unprofitable and even a panoramic movie theater a «Mir» at the centre of Moscow have altered under 70mm films. On change to usual panoramic cinema show «Circular Film-Panorama» (360 degrees) has come. Here is a photo inside this cinema

In the USSR the technology of a circular film-panorama was introduced in 1959. The films (documentary, landscape, duration 20 minutes) were shot up to 1993. This cinema in Moscow works till now. Here is it website

Here it is possible to look fragments from films, shot in real time.
All these films are available in Gosfilmofond. And, not only positive copies, but also negatives. Besides the Soviet and Russian films, in Gosfilmofond the copies of foreign films are also stored which were demonstrated in USSR. I think that you need personally to contact to the representatives of Gosfilmofond, as you are the owner of website and have the direct relation to organization of film-festivals of 70 mm films. Here is their e-mail for communication

Write to them the letter.
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Updated 04-05-22