Chernobyl chronicle of difficult weeks. The BAM zone : permanent residents / Citizen Exchange Council (New York) in association with the American-Soviet Film Initiative (Moscow)

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Course/Professor: IMC GENERAL RESERVE *
Subjects: Chernobyl Nuclear Accident, Chornobylʹ, Ukraine, 1986
Nuclear power plants--Ukraine--Chornobylʹ
Baĭkalo-Amurskai͡a magistralʹ
Formats: Video Recording, VHS
Material Type: Projected medium -- Monograph
Language: English, Russian, Summary is in English
Audience: Adult
Published: Oakland, CA : Video Project, 1986, 1987
Series: Glasnost film festival video 4
LC Classification: T, TK
Physical Description: 1 videocassette (71 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in
Alternate Titles: BAM zone, permanent residents
BAM zone
Additional Authors: Shevchenko, Vladimir
Pavlov, Mikhail
Pobereshsky, Igor
Citizen Exchange Council (New York)
American-Soviet Film Initiative
Video Project
Notes: "The glasnost film festival is [22 films in] a 12 videotape collection representing the first Soviet documentaries released in the 'glasnost era'."
Soviet languages with English subtitles
VHS format
Credits: Chernobyl: Director and script, Vladimir Shevchenko.--BAM zone: Director, Mikhail Pavlov ; script, Igor Pobereshsky
Summary: Chernobyl: This film crew was the first in the disaster zone following the meltdown of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in 1986. They shot continuously for more than three months. Portions of the film are exposed with white blotches--a radiation leakage. (53 min.) 1986.--The BAM zone: The Baikal-Amur Mainline Railroad in Siberia is called the longest monument to the stagnation of the Brezhnev years. Behind the marches and songs praising the project, equipment was breaking down, lives were broken and souls became calloused. (18 min.) 1987
OCLC Number: 22101077