It was a great program at the Independent Film Festival of Boston this year, and a lot of fun composing this year’s screening opener (above).
Of the many standout films I saw, here are four favorites – two documentaries and two narrative films – in no particular order . . .
Following a nice run on the festival circuit, Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive got it’s PBS American Masters’ premiere on October 30th, just in time for Halloween! I was fortunate to provide some orchestrations and co-compose a few cues to the Kusiak Music score.
The WWII era short-film “Seagull” has been making it’s way through the festival circuit, having been an official selection of both the Albuquerque Film and Music Experience . . .
I can’t tell you how much I look forward each year to the The Independent Film Festival of Boston, which just closed out the 2016 edition. It’s a time when members of the region’s film community and visiting filmmakers all get to meet and reconnect, watch films together and party a little bit too. I’m …