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Stalker  (1979)

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The movie Stalker, released in 1979 and directed by Andrei Tarkovsky, was shot on film using Kinor Cameras, Mitchell NC Camera with Aleksandr Knyazhinskiy, Georgi Rerberg, Leonid Kalashnikov as cinematographer and editing by Lyudmila Feyginova.
Acquisition
Cameras
Camera Aperture
Sound Systems
Distribution Medium
Country | Soviet Union
Language | Russian
Genres | Drama, Sci-Fi

Editing System
Finishing System
Film Manufacturer
Film Negative Stock
Film Negative Width
Film Negative Pulldown
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Film Print Orientation
Distributed Frame Rate
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Cast
Zhena Stalkera
Marta, Doch Stalkera
Sobesednitsa Pisatelya
Lyuger, Khozyain Kafe
Patrulnyy Politseyskiy
Sobesednik Professora Po Telefonu
Directed by
Cinematography by
Edited by
Produced by
Executive Producer
Original Music by
Production Design by
Production Designer - 1977
Production Designer
Art Direction by
Set Decoration by
Set Decorator
Costume Design by
Costume Designer
Production Management
Assistant Production Manager
Production Manager - 1977
Assistant Production Manager
Assistant Production Manager
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Trainee Assistant Director
Assistant Director
Assistant Director
Assistant Director
Assistent To Andrei Tarkovsky
Camera & Electrical Department
Second Camera Technician
Camera Operator
Steadicam Operator
Electrician
Still Photographer
Camera Operator
Assistant Camera
Assistant Camera
Editorial Department
Assistant Editor
Art Department
Construction Coordinator
Property Assistant
Poster Designer: France
Sound Department
Makeup Department
Key Makeup Artist
Music Department
Music Editor
Additional Crew Members
Body Double: Aleksandr Kajdanovsky
Production Assistant
Script Supervisor
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