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The Star Dreamer (2002)

About a visual wizard and a fantastic legacy of films which transformed and influenced the science fiction genre as we know it. The Russian filmmaker, Pavel Klusjantsev, has had an ... See full summary »
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Complete credited cast:
Pavel Klushantsev Pavel Klushantsev ... Himself
Zjanna Klusjantseva Zjanna Klusjantseva ... Herself - Daughter
Robert Skotak Robert Skotak ... Himself
Valerij Suslov Valerij Suslov ... Himself - Executive Producer
Michail Tsadkin Michail Tsadkin ... Himself - Production Designer
Walter Cronkite ... Himself - CBS News, 1958 (archive footage)
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Ole Lemmeke Ole Lemmeke ... Narrator (voice)
Grete Tulinius Grete Tulinius ... Narrator (voice)
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About a visual wizard and a fantastic legacy of films which transformed and influenced the science fiction genre as we know it. The Russian filmmaker, Pavel Klusjantsev, has had an extraordinary influence on an entire genre of films. Throughout his career at the film studio in St. Petersburg, Klushantsev pioneered and invented legendary techniques for filming the planets, stars and weightnessless - long before anyone else. He went on to redefine the science fiction genre and influence the way Hollywood made their science fiction films, including the Academy Award-winning Visual Effects Master, Robert Skotak, a man who spent years trying to track Klushantsev down. This is a film about a fantastic inventor and dreamer whose destiny was intimately linked with the Space Race and the whims of the Soviet dictatorship. However, despite dying blind and penniless, Klushantsev has left an indelible mark on the history of film and inspired countless filmmakers. The Star Dreamer ensures that the ... Written by nathue

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Denmark

Language:

English | Russian

Release Date:

9 August 2002 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

Avaruuden velho See more »

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Stereo

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Black and White (archive footage)| Color

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1.33 : 1
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Pure brilliance!!!
8 September 2007 | by jevriesSee all my reviews

I.N.C.R.E.D.I.B.L.E....the man Pavel Klushantsev, without a doubt, has served many, many filmmakers very well creating stunning visual effects for his science fiction movies. It's obvious that Stanley Kubrick, George Lucas and the likes used these techniques for their movies and are known for basically inventing these effects. It is very, very, unfortunate that Pavel Klushantsev didn't receive the recognition during his live he so well deserved. I truly hope that after seeing this great documentary people will recognize the incredible talent of Pavel Klushantsev and will start to see his movies and credit him as one of the most important man behind science fiction movies visual effects.

Jevries.


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