Pictures at an Exhibition (2015)

A journey through the eyes of a child as she experiences Mussorgsky's timeless classic in the art that inspired it.

Directors:

Dallas Burgess, Phillip Abraham (co-director) (as Philip Abraham) | 6 more credits »

Writer:

Dallas Burgess

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Cast

Credited cast:
Elle LaMont ... Stilt Violinist
Avi Lake ... Little Girl
K Callan ... Baba Yaga
Josephine McAdam ... Lady in the Woods / Gypsy
Lara Shah ... Museum Guide
Madison Calderon ... Museum / Garden / Gypsy Child
Joe Brooks Jr. ... Museum / Garden / Gypsy Child
Dan Eggleston Dan Eggleston ... Schmuyle
Abriella Gonzales ... Child
Michael Ferstenfeld Michael Ferstenfeld ... Samuel Goldenberg
Matthew Clifton McClure Matthew Clifton McClure ... Musician (as Matthew Clifton Mcclure)
Tara Alperin Tara Alperin ... Dancer 1
Kelsey Dawson Kelsey Dawson ... Baroque Dancer 6
Bri Rodriguez Bri Rodriguez ... Unhatched Chick 1
Cassandra Gonzales Cassandra Gonzales ... Unhatched Chick 2
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Storyline

While spending the day with her father, a little girl is given a pair of strange glasses by a mysterious antique shop owner. The two visit an art gallery displaying the works of Viktor Hartmann where the glasses take the little girl on a journey through each painting. Odd characters within timeless, and sometimes dark, worlds await her as she moves from painting to painting to the strains of Modest Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition". Written by Dallas Burgess

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A re-imagined classic.

Genres:

Short | Music

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 March 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Austin, Texas, USA See more »

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Budget:

$20,000 (estimated)
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Color (HD)
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