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The History of Mongolian Cinema from 1910 to the Present Day

     
     
  1910  
     
    - The first films are shown in the capital city of Ulan Bator, at the American Consulate and Russian Stock Exchange's hotel. [MORE] [ADD] 
     
     
     
  1913  
     
    - Prince Namnansuren returns to Mongolia with films purchased in Russia to show at the residence of Bogd Khan. [MORE] [ADD]
     
     
     
  1930  
     
   

– Mongolia becomes part of Vostok, the Soviet cinema organization, concluding a co-operative agreement to make films about the country, and to receives films from the USSR with a revolutionary theme. [MORE] [ADD]

     
     
     
  1933  
     
    – The Ministry of Public Education establishes a cinema department. [MORE] [ADD]
     
     
     
  1934  
     
    Ard, the first Mongolian cinema is established in Ulan Bator.  [MORE] [ADD]
     
     
     
  1935  
     
    – The Mongol Kino film studio opens. It’s first film is 74th Celebration of the 1st of May. [MORE] [ADD]
     
     
     
  1936  
     
   

The Mongolkino studio is established.  [MORE] [ADD]

   

 

   

The Soviet Union government donates twelve mobile film projectors, with sound films, to the Mongolian people. [MORE] [ADD]

 

 

   

Syn Mongolii, directed by Ilya Trauberg, is released.   It is the first feature film made in Mongolia. [MORE] [ADD]

     
     
     
  1938  
     
   

Films of Note

   

 

   

Norjmoogiin Zam (Norjmoo's Way) (Temet Natsagdorj) [MORE] [ADD]

   
     
     
  1939  
     
   

Films of Note

     
   

Wolves [MORE] [ADD]

     
     
     
  1940  
     
   

The Mongolia Film studio, already producing documentaries, begins making newsreels, film reports and full-length feature films on revolutionary and historic themes. [MORE] [ADD]

   

 

   

The MPRP takes the decision to provide red corners with cinema projectors.  [MORE] [ADD]

     
     
     
  1942  
     
  12/10 - Yego zovut Sukhe-Bator, a Mongolian-Russian co-production, is released.   The film, about the fearless Sukhe Bator, leader of the Mongolian people, stars Nikolai Cherkasov. [MORE] [ADD]
     
     
     
  1945  
     
   

Films of Note

     
   

Tsogt taij (Dejidiin Jigjid) [MORE] [ADD]

     
     
     
  1947  
     
    – The MPRP undertake to improve mobile film units and organise the screening of propaganda films for workers. [MORE] [ADD] 
     
     
     
  1959  
     
   

Films of Note

     
   

Polsedmez naroda (People’s Messenger) (Dejidiin Jigjid) [ADD]

     
     
     
  1979  
     
   

Films of Note

     
   

Solonghiin tavan öngö (The Five Colors of the Rainbow) (Badamsuren Nagnaidorj) [MORE] [ADD]

     
     
     
  1991  
     
   

Films of Note

     
   

Tengheriin sakhil (According to the Will of the Sky) (Choymbolyn Jumdaan) [MORE] [ADD]

     
     
     
  1993  
     
   

Films of Note

     
   

Chahilj javaa goroos (Running Antelope) (Inchorloo Nyamgavaa) [MORE] [ADD]

     
     
     
  1994  
     
   

Films of Note

     
   

Aldas (Choymbolyn Jumdaan) [MORE] [ADD]

     
     
     
  1998  
     
   

Films of Note

     
   

Dogshin khutugtuin sahius (The Ferocious Lord of the Gobi) (Inchorloo Nyamgavaa) [MORE] [ADD]

   

 

   

Gajar shoroo minu jee (My Native Land) (I Njamgavaa) [MORE] [ADD]

     

 

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