“Like a Dream” Screens at Melbourne International Film Festival
July 31, 2010

Clara Law’s drama “Like a Dream”, starring Daniel Wu (“Around the World in 80 Days”), screens at Melbourne International Film Festival. Shot in Mandarin on both sides of the Atlantic, the film has garnered 9 nominations at Taiwan’s Golden Horse Award, the most prestigious Chinese-language film awards. Persona handled all production in the U.S.

“The Casualty” Premiers at the
32nd Moscow International Film
June 20, 2010

Alexander Galin’s new feature film, “The Casualty,” produced by Persona Films, will premier at the 32nd Moscow International Film Festival as part of the program “Contemporary Russian Cinema.” The screening will take place at the House of Cinema on June 23rd at 7:30pm.

Lungin on Kabakov
May 20, 2010

Production starts on Pavel Lungin’s (“Taxi Blues”, “The Island”, “Tsar”) new documentary on the conceptual artist Ilya Kabakov. Shot by Yan Vizinberg, the film is supported by Mikhail Prokhorov’s (the new New Jersey Nets owner) Snob.ru.

On Time for Bulova
March 21, 2010

Persona completes a promotional film for Bulova, one of the world’s leading watchmaking companies. The ten minute high-definition presentation reflecting the company’s slogan “Design and Style, Enhanced by Technology,” premiered this weekend at Baselworld Watch and Jewelry Show in Basel, Switzerland.

Persona Shoots Black Eyed Peas for Samsung
March 11, 2010

Persona takes part in the launch of Samsung’s Full HD 3D LED TV, featuring a secret performance by the Black Eyed Peas on New York’s Times Square. Shot in 3D with cameras provided by James Cameron’s PACE company (same cameras that were used for the production of “Avatar”), the event was presented by James Cameron himself.

“Cargo” Heads to Edit Suites
February 09, 2010

Post-production starts on “Cargo”, a new action drama, starring Sayed Badreya (“Iron Man”, “Independence Day”, “The Insider”, “American East”) and Natasha Rinis (“The Prospects”). Directed by Yan Vizinberg, the film tells the story of a young Russian woman, smuggled into America by human traffickers, and a notorious Egyptian transporter, hired to drive her from the Mexican border to New York City, who form an unlikely bond that transforms them and threatens to derail the traffickers’ plans.

“Who Gets to Call It Art?” Screens Today at New-York Historical Society
January 24, 2010

New-York Historical Society presents a special screening of “Who Gets to Call It Art?” by award-winning producer-director Peter Rosen (shot by Yan Vizinberg) about the New York art world of the 1960s. A wild ride through the decade that created American contemporary art.

Sunday, January 24th

New-York Historical Society
170 Central Park West at 77th Street
New York, NY 10024


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