The return of the Independent Film Festival of Boston to it’s full-scale, pre-pandemic glory was a special milestone for the Boston film community, and I wanted to capture something about that in this year’s trailer score. This being
Bernard Herrmann (1911-1975) was one of film music’s first and most important innovators. Of the same tradition as Hollywood’s Golden Age romantic-influenced composers, he was a cross-over figure who developed modern approaches that remain staples of film music today.
Creating music for the documentary The Rabbi Goes West required developing something that met filmmakers Gerald Peary and Amy Geller's desire for a fresh sound for this jewish themed film. . .
This year's Independent Film Festival of Boston trailer featured the IFFBoston adventures of Cam-e-o the robot (created by legendary steel sculptor of friendly robots, Skunkadelia). I performed a distorted, semi-robotic, semi-sarcastic Fred Schneider-ish spoken word vocal
"Weather and Chaos: The Work of Edward Lorenz" is the first film about Lorenz and his research into chaos theory that’s been produced with the participation of scientists who worked alongside him. <img class="alignright size-medium wp-image-10641" src="https://www.robjaret.com/wp-content/uploads/Chaos-Laurels-trans-black-300x208.png" alt=“Weather and Chaos