“Population: 2” has a brand new trailer that you can check out here.
Starring Suzanne Tufan, Jonathan Ashley Hall, Shelly Lipkin and Sybil Lazzara, the Gil Luna film is set against the backdrop of a post-Apocalypse Earth, “Population: 2” is about a relationship that ends in tragedy forcing a woman to struggle in the aftermath. You can check an excerpt of the score by Edouard Brenneisen here:
The film will be part of ITN Distribution Inc.’s lineup at the MIPCOM in Cannes, France. The film was added to the Film Catalogue, and you can read all about ITN’s press release here.
I’m currently scoring the epic, swashbuckling game “Last Knight”, by developer Vitamin3D and publisher Crescent Moon Games. The game looks like tons of fun and will soon be available to you on Mac, PC and iOs platforms.
I can’t wait to share with you what I have been writing for this!
Until then [insert sound of cling armor boots], stay tuned for more info, and enjoy the fall season.
I’m thrilled to announce that I scored the trailer and teaser for the upcoming Spark Unlimited video game “Ninja Gaiden Z – Yaiba”.
Check out the trailer here:
And here is the short form teaser:
Music composed, arranged and produced by Edouard Brenneisen – © Edouard Brenneisen 2012
This trailer/teaser for “Ninja Gaiden Z – Yaiba” marks is my second collaboration with the brilliant creatives at Dirty Robber.
All music © Edouard Brenneisen 2012
Check out Yahoo! to watch the first three episodes of Cybergeddon!
I helped fellow composer Freddy Sheinfeld in providing music for this exciting new thriller!
… wait, there’s more. Do you guys want to know which cues I demoed for the gig?
All music © Edouard Brenneisen 2012
These didn’t end up in the film, but were used to get the movie. I hope these shed some light on the approach that was taken as far as scoring the film goes. One last thing – both cues were demos for the first scene of the second chapter of Cybergeddon, available online NOW!
Tonight, the 2012 Hereo Gala for the Children’s Cancer Association will take place in Portland. For this fundraising event, my friends Ken Luba and Kaja Zaloudek directed and produced the short film “Take My Hand”, for which I wrote and produced the score.
Here is an excerpt of the score for you to listen to:
The CCA does fantastic work and I am happy to support their activities with my music.
“Cybergeddon” is coming to you September 25, wherever you are! Directed by Diego Velasco and produced by Anthony Zuiker, I was brought onboard to write original music for this exciting thriller alongside my friend composer Freddy Sheinfeld.
Framed for a cyber-crime she didn’t commit, FBI Special Agent Chloe Jocelyn is forced to go on the run in order to prove her innocence. With the world on her tail, Chloe discovers that Gustov Dobreff, a ruthless cybercriminal may be behind it all. Chloe seeks the help of Chase ‘Rabbit’ Rosen, a former black hat hacker, currently doing time in a federal penitentiary. While chasing down one of Gustov’s hackers the duo is confronted by Frank Parker, Chloe’s ex-boyfriend and a member of FBI cyber-crime unit. Faced with the evidence of Gustov’s involvement, Frank quickly realizes that Chloe’s innocence and joins them. With the world distracted by “weapons of mass disruption” it’s up to our heroes to track down Gustov and stop cybergeddon before the world, as we know it, comes to an end.
“Cybergeddon” will be airing on Yahoo! around the world, and dubbed in many languages. I sincerely hope you will tune in!
Check out the “Cybergeddon” mobile app here. For details about the release, visit Cybergeddon’s Facebook page.
Greetings to you all!
A couple days ago I wrapped up the music for “Take My Hand”, a short film for the Children Cancer Association’s (CCA) fundraiser to be held this coming Saturday. The CCA is a fantastic organization that provides much needed relief to sick children and their families. The film was written and directed by Kenneth Luba and produced by Kaja Zaloudek, my good friends at golightlyfilms, inc., and the marvelous people at Rex Post in Portland took care of the post production.
I will be sharing with you an excerpt of the soundtrack of the film in the next few days, so stay tuned!
Today marks the release of the official Cybergeddon trailer now live at: http://cybergeddon.yahoo.com/. Tune in on Sept. 25th! You can also take a look at the trailer at http://screen.yahoo.com/cybergeddon-trailer-000000150.html
When Chloe Jocelyn, a prodigy of the FBI Cyber Crime division, is framed for a crime she didn’t commit, she is forced to go on the run and team up with Rabbit Rosen, a black hat hacker and her old flame, Frank Parker, to discover who is behind the attack.
The film features music by my friend Freddy Sheinfeld and additional music by moi (we did not do the music for the trailer, though – we took care of the 80 minutes of score).
I’m very happy to announce that I have taken part in writing music for “CSI” creator Anthony Zuiker’s new project, “Cybergeddon”! My friend Freddy Sheinfeld was the lead composer on the project, and called up myself and Guillermo Silberstein to write a massive amount of music in very little time. The experience was a lot of fun and I can’t wait to share music with you!
Release date is TBA and I will make sure to keep you posted.
From Anthony E. Zuiker, the visionary creator of the CSI franchise and his production company Dare to Pass and Yahoo! Inc., Cybergeddon is a groundbreaking motion picture event, which will bring to life the growing threat of cybercrime.
True to his storytelling form, Zuiker engaged Norton by Symantec to leverage its technical credibility and security insights into the world of cybercrime.
“’Cybergeddon’ is the evolution of the crime genre,” says creator Anthony E. Zuiker. “Through an invaluable partnership with Norton by Symantec and embracing the forward-thinking vision of Dolphin Entertainment, ‘Cybergeddon’ will be a motion picture event released through Yahoo!’s global online distribution.
Executive producers: Anthony E. Zuiker, Matthew Weinberg, President, Dare to Pass and Bill O’Dowd, CEO, Dolphin Digital Studios.
Please visit https://www.facebook.com/Cybergeddon for more info.
I have been extremely busy this past month writing music for a very special project. Unfortunately, I’m still not at liberty to disclose the name of the project at the moment, but I will make it public when the time comes. I contributed quite a bit of music to the score, under the direction of friend and principal composer Freddy Sheinfeld. Guillermo Silberstein was also of great help in contributing music for the film.
August won’t be any slower, as I am already working on demos for upcoming projects, as well as planning the construction of my new studio.