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Bridge (1988 film)

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Genre  Short, Music
Duration  
Language  English
8/10 IMDb

Budget  250,000 USD
Country  United States Soviet Union
Director  Paolo Mazzucato Boris Airapetian
Release date  27 November 1988 (limited)
Writer  Boris Airapetyan, Paolo Mazzucato
Directors  Paolo Mazzucato, Boris Airapetyan
Cast  Aleksandr Shcherbakov, Amanda Armato, Alexei Ustinov, Vadim Stepashkin, Rhonda Muffley
Music director  Guy Whit, P.J. Hanke, Vladimir Kopisov, Jerry Jordan, Valentina
Similar movies  Perfect Fit (2001), Voodoo (1995), The Captains Daughter (1999), The Rifleman of the Voroshilov Regiment (1999), The Aryan Couple (2004)

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Bridge (Мост) is a musical film, the first USA/USSR student co-production.

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Plot

A bittersweet love story that takes place in the vision of their futures of two children, one American and one Soviet. The Soviet dreams of coming here, while the American dreams of dancing with the Bolshoi Ballet. As both try to pursue their goals, symbolically both countries still have a long way to go. The film is not political. The focus is on the cultures and people of our two dynamic countries.

Cast

  • Vadim Stepashkin as Young Man
  • Rhonda Muffley as Young Woman
  • Background

    The music video is the brainchild of Robert Kath, who brought the idea to All-Union State Institute of Cinematography (VGIK), the film school in Moscow.

    In July 1988, Robert Kath, and Paolo Mazzucato and Stuart Merrill traveled to Moscow, in what was, at the time, the U.S.S.R.. It had taken over a year of planning and preparation to find the proper channel of communication by which Kath’s proposal for a joint US/Soviet student film production could be delivered to a receptive authority within the Soviet Union

    The played song "Bridges of Trust" is a collaborative effort by Soviet composer Vladimir Kopisov and the American group Collective Vision.

    The first US/USSR student co-production, the film was screened via-satellite at American embassies around the world during the May/June 1990 summit between then presidents George Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev.

    Awards and honors

  • 1988, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Frank O'Connor Memorial Award (North Hollywood, California) - currently known as College Emmy Award
  • 1989, CINE Eagle Award (Washington, D.C.) - Winner
  • 1989, Golden Reel Competition (International Television and Video Association) - finalist
  • 1989, Chicago Music Video Contest (Chicago, Illinois) - 1st place
  • 1990, The IAC International Film/Video Festival (London, UK) - Silver Certificate
  • 1990, The Badalona Film Festival (Badalona, Spain) - Special Mention of the Jury
  • 1989, Houston International Film and Video Competition, currently WorldFest Houston - Honorable Mention (Bridging The Gap, documentary)
  • References

    Bridge (1988 film) Wikipedia
    Bridge (1988 film) IMDb


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