One Bright Shining Moment

Not to be confused with One Shining Moment.
One Bright Shining Moment: The Forgotten Summer of George McGovern
Directed by Stephen Vittoria
Produced by Stephen Vittoria
Written by Stephen Vittoria
Narrated by Amy Goodman
Starring Warren Beatty
Dick Gregory
Gary Hart
George McGovern
Gary Hart
Ron Kovic
George McGovern
Gloria Steinem
Gore Vidal
Howard Zinn
Music by Elvis Costello
Bob Dylan
Robbie Robertson
Leon Russell
Distributed by First Run Features
Release date(s) 2005
Running time 125 min.
Country United States
Language English

One Bright Shining Moment: The Forgotten Summer of George McGovern (2005) is a documentary film directed by Stephen Vittoria.[1][2][3]


The chronicles of the unsuccessful 1972 presidential campaign of Democrat George McGovern.

The film is narrated by Amy Goodman, with appearances by figures such as Women's Movement leader, activist, and journalist Gloria Steinem, historian Howard Zinn, author Gore Vidal, former presidential candidate and McGovern 1972 campaign manager Gary Hart, satirist-activist Dick Gregory, and George McGovern himself.

The film won the Jury Prize Award for Best Documentary Feature at the 2005 Sarasota Film Festival.


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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