“Tess the Inventor”
I had the pleasure to pen the music for this great project directed by Jacqueline Gault.
For symphony orchestra, duduk and odd percussion.
Solo clarinet, baritone saxophone and duduk by Joe Albano.
Music composed, orchestrated and produced by Edouard Brenneisen – © Edouard Brenneisen 2013
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…