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In Collaboration with TSOA, Screen Scoring Students Score Russian Film

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Screenshot from "The Chronicles of Izhor" showing a man's face superimposed over a group of men meeting

Reflecting eleven years of collaboration with Tisch School of the Arts Cinema Studies Professor Dan Streible's international Orphan Film Festivals, three Screen Scoring majors – Oscar Pan, Ryan Powell, and Charles Brecknock Stacy – scored the 1978 Russian film Chronicles of Izhor. Its international broadcast was researched and produced by Russian film scholar Maria Vinogradova, in tandem with producers Dan Streible, Ron Sadoff, and Sergi Casanelles.

The Screen Scoring composers' original "period" score reflects and enhances the film’s cultural and social ethos of Leningrad factory workers in the late 1970s. Chronicles of Izhor is part of the collection of the Museum of Izhora Factories.

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