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Supervision and sound design for art-house movie 'The Galileo's moons'

A ferryman, three teenagers and the river Rhine – these are the protagonists of Quimu Casalprim i Suárez’ art-house movie „The Galileo's moons“, which deals among other things with loneliness and growing up. Over its total length of 50 minutes it gets by without any dialogue, which automatically draws the attention to the audio of the film.

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Music for Palmberg corporate film

„I fancy the office!“ is the claim of Palmberg, one of the biggest office furniture manufacturer in Europe, doing its very best to make it ring true – at least when it comes to the interior design of an office. To let everyone know about the passion and demands on manufacturing their products, the corporate film from director Marc Hartmann gives an insight into the production processes and product lines with aesthetic images.

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Final mix for documentary 'Orient-Express – Theater in einem Zug'

When a film is about a long journey, it’s mostly a so called roadmovie – with takes from endless streets and different settings. The documentary „Orient Express – Theater in einem Zug“ from Steffen Düvel and Martin Andersson for ZDF-Theaterkanal, is nevertheless about a long journey of a train, also with shots from different settings but on the other hand with endless rails instead of streets – a railmovie, so to speak.

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'Bear’s Bride' and 'Mercury Bird' selected to be part of IFA-exhibitions

The animation movies „Bear’s Bride“ from Derek Roczen und „Mercury Bird“ from Ina Findeisen have been selected to be part of the worldwide exhibition „Animated Films from Germany“ from German “Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen” IFA (Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations). The exhibition starts in Israel and will be shown in likely more than 20 cities all over the word, partially in cooperation with Goethe-Institut. Tel-Aviv, Riga und Vilnius are remaining 2010.

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Music for Converse Viral 'Mentalgassi'

When a spark is overleaping, a potential unfolds – be it in a scientific view as electrical energy or in the arts, e.g. when there’s electricity in the air between musicians and audience or when one gets touched by an artwork, because it’s got something special. Getting in touch with arts happens in Berlin’s daily life more often than one thinks, because the street-art collective “Mentalgassi” integrates form and function of e.g. public everyday objects, like bottle banks or ticket validation machines, fundamentally into their arts.

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Final mix for orchestral performance und documentary of 'La Valse'

1919/20 Maurice Ravel composed “La Valse”, which is a waltz that came doubtless influenced into being by the impressions of the First World War, which Ravel was exposed to as a soldier. In fact this waltz has been commissioned as ballet music, but the piece with a length of 13 minutes consciously breaks the mould and does not describe the ideal vienna-waltz-world, but is rather constantly increasing up to a brute finish – “a fantastic twirl, which nobody is able to escape”, as Ravel writes himself. As a consequence the waltz has been rejected on the grounds not to be danceable and after its world premiere as an orchestral piece, it had to pass by nine years until the waltz had its first performance with ballet.

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Music and sound design for BMW specspot

Serpentines are bikers’ dear friends and shots of fast journeys through serpentines are dear friends of film composers. So in director Marc Hartmanns Specspot „The road to hell“ it’s gratifying to have the motorcyclist’s point-of-view, when he drives through plenty of serpentines.

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