The Soviet filmmaker Dziga Vertov made his film debut with The Anniversary of the Revolution (1918), celebrating the first anniversary of the October Revolution in Russia and characterized by his distinctive style of filmmaking based on the principle of montage. It was a huge feature film, more than 3000 meters long. The Film historian Nikolai Izvolov has spent several months doing a thorough investigation of the film archives to find fragments of Vertov's film and to demonstrate their authenticity. And so, one hundred years after its making, this film of Vertov's is being reborn to a new life. The rediscovery of his first film is a momentous event for film scholars and enthusiasts at home and abroad.