Moscow-Cassiopeia

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Moscow-Cassiopeia
Directed by Richard Viktorov
Written by Isai Kuznetsov,
Avenir Zak
Starring Innokenti Smoktunovsky,
Lev Durov
Distributed by Gorky Film Studio
Spain Telecinco
United Kingdom BBC One
Poland Polonia 1
France France 4
Germany ZDF
Italy Rai Movie, Rai Fiction
Philippines ABS-CBN
Malaysia TV3 (Malaysia)
India Asianet, Nickelodeon-India
Release dates
  • 1973 (1973)
Running time
85 min
Country Soviet Union

Moscow-Cassiopeia (Russian: Москва — Кассиопея) is a Soviet 1973 film directed by Richard Viktorov based on a script by Isai Kuznetsov and Avenir Zak. Followed by Otroki vo vselennoy (second part, 1974). Runtime - 85 min.

Synopsis[edit]

From the depths of the universe Earth can hear the radio signals of intelligent beings from a planet of the star system Shedar (Alpha Cassiopeia constellation). A project is set up, proposed by the young inventor Vitya Sereda, to send a spaceship to reach the planet - but the flight will last for decades, so the crew of the spaceship "Dawn " (Starship relativistic nuclear annihilation), is to be recruited from teenage students.

The project is all carefully thought out but student Fyodor Lobanov stows away aboard the starship and unwittingly causes it to transcend the speed of light and so reaching its target 27 years ahead of schedule...

Cast[edit]

Space ship DAWN crew[edit]

Other cast[edit]

Trivia[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • Premio for the Best Film for Kids of the All-Union Cinema Festival, Baku, 1974
  • Special Premio of the International Cinema Festival of Science Fiction Films, Triest, 1975
  • Special Prize of the International Cinema Festival (in the Children films category), Moscow, 1975
  • Platero Prize of the International Cinema Festival as the film for the Kids and Youth, Gijón, 1975.
  • Diploma of the Moscow Technical Contest of the Films, UNIATEK congress, Moscow, 1976
  • State Premio of RSFSR in the honour of Vasilyiev Brothers, 1977.

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