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A Hand of Bridge
Directed by
David Miller and Frank Borin

USA / 2017 / 15
East Coast Premiere

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Sarah Joy Miller
A faithful adaptation of the opera written by Samuel Barber and Gian Carlo Menotti. Set in 1958, the opera portrays two couples playing the card game bridge. During the game each person reveals their deepest fears, and darkest desires.
David received his training at Oberlin Conservatory as an opera singer, and enjoyed 10 years of critical acclaim culminating in the lead role of Rodolfo in Baz Luhrmann's La Boheme on Broadway in 2003. Since then he has been collaborating with the Simon Cowell international vocal group Il Divo. This is David's first foray into film.

Frank Borin is a veteran filmmaker whose career spans the entire gambit of commercials, music videos, TV episodes, feature films.

Cast/Featuring: David Miller, Sarah Joy Miller, Ben Davis, Mary Dunleavy, Bernard Uzan
Executive Producer(s): David Miller, Danny Hastings, Alexa Haywood
Producer(s): Brien Justiniano
Director(s): David Miller and Frank Borin
Screenwriter(s): David Miller
Cinematographer(s): Caleb Heymann
Editor(s): David Miller
Composer(s)/Music: Samuel Barber
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