Archives for the ‘Screenings’ Category

“The Final Nights” wins Atlanta Horror Film Festival award

“The Final Nights” wins Atlanta Horror Film Festival award

JR Howell’s film “The Final Nights” has won another award! This time, it is Atlanta Horror Film Festival which recognized JR’s great film. I had a great time working on this movie!

 

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The Craft and Creative of League of Legends: Riot Games music team at Tribeca Games

The Craft and Creative of League of Legends: Riot Games music team at Tribeca Games

As part of Tribeca Games event, myself and composers Jason Willey and Alex Temple will be talking at Tribeca Games regarding the music of League of Legends.

“For its inaugural event, Tribeca Games invited Riot Games to showcase the creative process behind League of Legends, an online competitive game that challenges, entertains, and inspires more than 90 million players worldwide each month. Through a series of panels, Tribeca Games Presents The Craft and Creative of League of Legends will provide aspiring game designers, industry professionals, and game craft enthusiasts with a unique opportunity to explore Riot developers’ approach to building characters, art, design, music, and stories.”

Come join us! Get your ticket today at https://tribecafilm.com/tribecagames

The Craft and Creative of League of Legends
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“The Barber” now streaming on Netflix

“The Barber” now streaming on Netflix

“The Barber” is now streaming on Netflix! A little more than year ago I had the great pleasure on writing music for this great thriller piece alongside the great Freddy Sheinfeld.

Here are a few words about the film:

“The first film produced by Chapman Filmed Entertainment is the thriller The Barber. The company optioned the script from professional screenwriter Max Enscoe and tapped Chapman alumnus Basel Owies, ’10 M.F.A. Film Production, to direct the feature. Dodge College alumni filled key creative positions and current students participated in a variety of roles.

A character-driven thriller, The Barber examines two men fixated on what triggers the enormity of evil: a father whose life is destroyed in pursuit of a killer, a son caught in a deadly charade as he tries to unravel his father’s obsession. The film stars Scott Glenn (The Silence of the LambsThe Bourne UltimatumTraining Day), Stephen Tobolowsky (MementoGroundhog Day, Buried) and Chris Coy (RandomGreenbergHostel: Part III).

The film was shot on location in Orange and in the Los Angeles area.

Director Basel Owies graduated from Dodge College’s Conservatory of Motion Pictures in 2010. His short films have won several awards including Best Featurette at Red Rock Film Festival for his thesis film, Forced Perspective.”

 

The Barber
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“The Final Nights: the Proposition” at New Filmmakers Film Festival in NYC

“The Final Nights: the Proposition” at New Filmmakers Film Festival in NYC

“The Final Nights: the Proposition”, the JR Howell film I had the pleasure of scoring recently, is an official selection at the New Filmmakers Film Festival in NYC for their summer program. The screening will take place on August 19th 2015.

New Filmmakers Film Festival in NYC

For updates, you can always check in at http://www.thefinalnights.com or follow JR Howell on twitter at twitter.com/JR_Howell_JR.

Here is an excerpt from the score:

Music composed, orchestrated and produced by Edouard Brenneisen © Edouard Brenneisen 2015

 

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“The Barber” – thriller movie released

“The Barber” – thriller movie released

“The Barber” was just released! A year ago I had the great pleasure on writing music for this great thriller piece alongside the great Freddy Sheinfeld.

Here are a few words about the film:

“The first film produced by Chapman Filmed Entertainment is the thriller The Barber. The company optioned the script from professional screenwriter Max Enscoe and tapped Chapman alumnus Basel Owies, ’10 M.F.A. Film Production, to direct the feature. Dodge College alumni filled key creative positions and current students participated in a variety of roles.

A character-driven thriller, The Barber examines two men fixated on what triggers the enormity of evil: a father whose life is destroyed in pursuit of a killer, a son caught in a deadly charade as he tries to unravel his father’s obsession. The film stars Scott Glenn (The Silence of the LambsThe Bourne UltimatumTraining Day), Stephen Tobolowsky (MementoGroundhog Day, Buried) and Chris Coy (RandomGreenbergHostel: Part III).

The film was shot on location in Orange and in the Los Angeles area.

Director Basel Owies graduated from Dodge College’s Conservatory of Motion Pictures in 2010. His short films have won several awards including Best Featurette at Red Rock Film Festival for his thesis film, Forced Perspective.”

 

The Barber

 

Friday, March 27, 2015, The Barberwill be opening in select theaters in the following cities, and will be available on VOD:

New York, NY at Cinema Village 3
Beverly Hills, CA at Laemme Music Hall
Orange, CA at AMC Orange
South Barrington, IL at AMC Barrington
Bensalem, PA at AMC Necshaminy
Arlington, TX at AMC Parks Arlington
Santa Clara, CA at AMC Mercado
Alexandria, VA at AMC Hoffman
Houston, TX at AMC Studio
Phoenix, AZ at AMC Desert Ridge
Westminster, CO at AMC Westminster

You can pre-order your Blu Ray copy of “The Barber” from Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/The-Barber-Blu-ray-Scott-Glenn/dp/B00SVWJJGK

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Documentary “Ode to My Mother” wins 2014 IndieFest award

Documentary “Ode to My Mother” wins 2014 IndieFest award

“Ode to My Mother” (dir. Georges Chamchoum), the beautiful documentary I had the pleasure of scoring earlier this year, has just won a 2014 IndieFest award!

Congrats to the team for all their hard work.

Here is an excerpt from my score to this wonderful documentary:

Edouard Brenneisen

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“Ode to My Mother” documentary screening

“Ode to My Mother” documentary screening

“Ode to My Mother”, the beautiful documentary by director Georges Chamchoum I had the pleasure of scoring earlier this year, will be screening at the House of Lebanon | Lebanese American Foundation October 18 & 19 (at 3:45pm and 3:15pm respectively).

More info can be found at https://www.facebook.com/LebaneseAmericanCulturalCenter?fref=nf

The screenings are free!

Check out this cue from the score:

Music composed and produced by Edouard Brenneisen – © Edouard Brenneisen 2014

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“Population: 2” now available in French!

“Population: 2” now available in French!

I am proud to announce that “Population: 2”, the Gil Luna-directed film I had the pleasure to score, will soon be available in French on Blu Ray. Pre-orders are up, and the release date is September 17!

French is my native tongue, and I can’t wait to watch the film with a different dub.

Please follow this link: http://www.amazon.fr/Apocalypse-Day-Blu-ray-Suzanne-Tufan/dp/B00DEX1X8I/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1377627801&sr=8-2&keywords=population+2

Edouard Brenneisen

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Check out an excerpt from “Tess the Inventor” today at the Rose City Steampunk Film Festival!

“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!

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Dinner Party won “Best Narrative Short” at the 2012 Oregon Film Awards!

“Dinner Party” a hit at the Oregon Film Awards

“Dinner Party”, a film written, directed & produced by Jacqueline Gault, has just won “Best Narrative Short” at the 2012 Oregon Film Awards!

Here is an excerpt from the score composed by Edouard Brenneisen:

Congrats to Co-Producer Ryan Menard, DP Christopher Alley, 1AC Peggy Knoebel, 1AD Susan Funk, 2AD Rob Harris, Sound Recordist Brian Mazzola, grip Eric Macey, Art Director Tim Oakley, MUA/Hair Kim Donohue, Script Supervisor Ederlinda N. Ortiz-Clawson, PA Jena Bodell, as well as cast Laura Duyn, Geno Romo, Erin McGarry, Ed Forman, Britt Harris, Greg James and Kevin Richard Pitman.

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