“Buzkashi Boys” nominated for an Academy Award
I wish the best of luck to Martin Desmond Roe who co-produced “Buzkashi Boys”, a film nominated in the Best Short Film category at the 85th Academy Awards.
I had the pleasure of working with Martin on “The City of Lost Souls” trailer.
Set against the dramatic landscape of contemporary Afghanistan and the National sport of Buzkashi – a brutal game of horse polo played with a dead goat – Buzkashi Boys tells the coming of age story of two best friends, a charismatic street urchin and a defiant blacksmith’s son, who struggle to realize their dreams as they make their way to manhood in one of the most war-torn countries on Earth. Shot on location in Kabul city by an alliance of Afghan and international film makers, Buzkashi Boys is a look at the life that continues beyond the headlines of war in Afghanistan.
Good luck, Martin!
Custom Lemur control page
I had Michael Hurwitz create a custom Lemur template to control Cubase. My productivity is already increasing, and makes producing music all the more enjoyable.
Lemur Custom Template
All of you Cubase and VSL users, check out Mike’s work at http://www.midimockup.com
“Tess the Inventor” – score sneak peek
I had the pleasure to pen the music for this great project. Here is the first excerpt from the score to “Tess the Inventor”, directed by Jacqueline Gault.
The track features soloist Joe Albano on clarinet and duduk.
For symphony orchestra and a horde of odd instruments.
Music composed, orchestrated and produced by Edouard Brenneisen – © Edouard Brenneisen 2013
Tess the Inventor
“Cybergeddon” at the Streamy Awards & Golden Reel Awards
Missy Peregrym, who plays Chloe in Cybergeddon, took home the Streamy award for “Best Female Performance: Drama”! Rock on!
See her acceptance here.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors Gold Reel Awards are about to start and Cybergeddon is up for Best Sound Editing: Computer Episodic Entertainment!
I had the pleasure of writing music alongside Freddy Sheinfeld for this amazing series.
“Tess the Inventor” at the Rose City Steampunk Film Festival
If you’re in Portland today, check out the panel on “Tess the Inventor”, Jackal Film’s latest project that I was lucky to score!
Check http://www.steampunkfilmfestival.com/ for more info!
“Tess the Inventor” is a wrap
Marking his third collaboration with writer/director/producer Jacquelien Gault of Jackal Films, the film depicts the adventures of a twelve-year-old Victorian genius plunged into the post-apocalyptic future of 2013, she hasn’t seen a single human being in the two months since her arrival.
Living on tins of beans, improving technology with her steampunk sensibilities, avoiding packs of mutant dogs – it’s all a little much to handle by one’s self.
So she scavenges parts from deserted shops and uninhabited homes and builds a friend; the steam-powered man, Electric Bob.
Together, they’ll travel across the empty landscape to match wits with bandits, hackers, and a CEO with entitlement issues.
Looking for answers to questions as big as the Universe.
To Tess, one thing is clear – if she wants a way home, she’ll have to build it herself…
For more info, visit https://www.facebook.com/TessTheInventor and http://tesstheinventor.com/
Music excerpts by Edouard Brenneisen coming soon.
Tess the Inventor