“CAN I MAKE THE MUSIC FLY?” BY BRUCE WEBER

DIRECTOR: BRUCE WEBER / PRODUCTION COMPANY: LITTLE BEAR INC. / COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA / DURATION: 9'16" / BRAND: DIOR HOMME ART INSTALLATION AS A DEDICATION TO GLENN GOULD / MUSIC: "CSARDAS" FROM HUNGARIAN TRADITION, ''CLAIR DE LUNE" BY CLAUDE DEBUSSY, "TZIGANE" BY MAURICE RAVEL, "DIANLOGUE FOR JAZZ COMBO AND ORCHESTRA" COMPOSED BY HOWARD BRUBECK / DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: JIM FEALY, SHANE SIGNER & JOSEPH DIGIOVANNA / STYLIST: DEBORAH WATSON / HAIR: GERALD DECOCK / MAKE-UP: REGINE THORRE.

FILM SYNOPSIS:
A film about the genesis of creative inspiration and the power of music, "Can I Make the Music Fly" stars three of the greatest and fastest rising stars in the world of music and dance: Sergei Polunin the Ukrainian ballet dancer, English voilin virtuoso Charlie Siem and Brooklyn-born 11 year-old voilin prodigy Claudius Agrippa.

DIRECTOR'S BIO:
Bruce Weber has earned acclaim for his filmmaking, including Broken Noses (1987), a documentary about boxer and Olympic hopeful Andy Minsker; Let’s Get Lost (1989), a documentary on jazz trumpeter Chet Baker, which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Feature Documentary; and Chop Suey Club (2001), a feature on wrestler Peter Johnson that is equally about the filmmaker’s own career and inspirations. He has garnered the following other awards: Clio Award for Recognition in Apparel (1986); the International Documentary Association Award for both Broken Noses (1986) and Let’s Get Lost (1987); an ICP Infinitiy Award for Applied Photography (1993); the 1st Annual Alfred Eisenstadt Award for portrait photography from Life Magazine (1998); and the Getty Images Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Center of Photography (2005) and (2008) Art Director’s Club “Hall of Fame” honoree.

 

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