My team and I wish you excellent holidays! This is also a time for me to reflect upon those less fortunate than I. On a more trivial note, this is also a time during which I put on much not-needed weight!
A lot of things have been going on here in the studio, and I look forward to a quieter holiday season… in 2013.
“HARD” – music for the trailer is complete
Edouard Brenneisen just wrapped up the music for the trailer for “HARD”, a movie directed by Garry Moore and produced by S.H.A.M. Films. The trailer features impressive, raw performances by talented young British actresses.
Here is what director Garry Moore has to say about working with Edouard: “Thank you very much for your work on the trailer and for the fast turn around. It’s an incredible piece of music that enhances the mood and feeling of the film.”
Catch a sneak peek of the music here:
Music composed, arranged and produced by Edouard Brenneisen – © Edouard Brenneisen 2012
Edouard Brenneisen hits “Hard” on this trailer
Composer Edouard Brenneisen is partnering up with U.K. production company S.H.A.M. Films to work on the trailer for their upcoming film “Hard”. “Hard” is a social drama about female football hooligans. Stay tuned for more info!
“Topsy-Turvy” is a wrap!
Edouard Brenneisen just completed the original music for the game “Topsy-Turvy”, developed by Leamware. The game is scheduled to be released soon – check back for the official announcement.
In the meantime, check out the main titles of the game:
“Last Knight” release is imminent
“Last Knight”, developped by TocoGames and published by Crescent Moon Games, will soon be released! Catch the latest info about the game at IndieDB.
The game is also Indie Game of the Week at TheTechLabs.com, and was greenlit for a release on Steam. Last, but not least, “Last Knight” will be part of the Eurogamer Expo Indie Games Arcade line-up!
If you haven’t listened to the theme music yet, here’s a chance for you to discover the main titles of the game:
Music © Edouard Brenneisen
Edouard Brenneisen to collaborate with Leamware on their new game
I am partnering up with indie game developer Leamware to provide music for their upcoming mobile game. Title of the game, music excerpts and… the game itself are all coming soon! Stay tuned!
Cybergeddon is up for the Streamys! Do me a favor and nominate Cybergeddon for Best Drama! -> Streamy Awards
Along with my friend Freddy Sheinfeld, I wrote part of the score for this Anthony Zuiker thriller. Check it out!
Edouard Brenneisen’s new studio is almost ready
I hope you’ve enjoyed Thanksgiving (for those of you who do, in fact, celebrate such a holiday), and that your wallet isn’t bleeding too much money on this cyber Monday 😉
My team and I have been busy with a number of things, and as well as getting ready for upcoming projects. Most importantly, my new studio is almost ready (in fact, I am typing these lines sitting at my workstation there). If I don’t get too busy I’ll make sure to post pictures.
Until then, stay warm!
“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.
Trailer Showreel updated
My team and I just put the final touches to my trailer showreel, showcasing some of my work in this field (yes, custom scoring for trailers, which seems awfully rare these days).
I am grateful that my career is taking me in very different directions, some of which are reflected in this reel. There will be more trailer music coming from me in the near future – stay tuned! Until then, thanks for checking out my work!
Music composed, orchestrated and produced by Edouard Brenneisen – © Edouard Brenneisen 2012