World Song (1992)

Worldsong is a lyrical exploration of the universality of human life. From birth through death and starting the cycle again, Worldsong takes us through the common experiences of humans all ... See full summary »

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Larry Sulkis

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Larry Sulkis
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Credited cast:
John Brennan ... Singer at Apricot Studios
Rachael Gordon Rachael Gordon ... Baby / Baby in Pram
Diane H. Kelly Diane H. Kelly ... Birth Mother
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Worldsong is a lyrical exploration of the universality of human life. From birth through death and starting the cycle again, Worldsong takes us through the common experiences of humans all around the world, using Jim Lang's beautiful score to carry us along the poignant emotional adventure. Designed to play for audiences of all ages from all cultures, it was the main attraction at the USA Pavilion at Expo 92 in Seville, Spain. It has won many awards including: Grand Prize for Best Short Film of 1992, at the Houston International Film Festival, Gold Hugo Award, Chicago International Film Festival, Golden Apple Award, and The Chris Award, at the Columbus International Film & Video Festival. Written by Larry Sulkis

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expo 92 | expo film | world's fair | See All (3) »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 June 1992 (Spain) See more »

Filming Locations:

Jamaica See more »

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BRC Imagination Arts See more »
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Another expo triumph for Bob Rogers!!!!!!
26 December 2000 | by jake jSee all my reviews

Following up from his smashing success at the Canadian Pacific pavilion of Expo 86 in Vancouver and the academy award nominated knockout "Rainbow War" Rogers returns to the theme of world unity through the similar experiences of young people of our planet's nationalities. In an exposition tradition started by Francis Thompson and "To Be Alive" at the 1964-65 NY WORLD'S Fair, Rogers hits bulls-eye at his attempt to create a resplendent panache of inspiration without a single word of dialogue. He is a unique talent that is sorely missed in commercial Hollywood and his BRC production company has sadly been stymied by the inability of World expo's to attract and audience as the concept has become tragically passe. God Bless You Bob Rogers (and composer David Spear-another barely working genius) and may you be recognized for your decency and vision someday.


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