So there are two aspects to this job. One aspect we are really, really good at (the one about making music and putting it to the moving picture) and the other, well……. could use some work (self promotion).
So it is with an emboldened sense of self worth that I present, FINALLY, a composer’s reel.
It’s like a resume for us creative types.
We chose to use two compositions to show diversity but not to overwhelm. A longer reel is given to future/past people we wish to work with/again. This longer version has multiple scenes with our music as it appears in the film itself.
In good conscience, I can’t add these to this post as some are actually the climax of the film. A film I’d hope you want to see.
Big love goes to Nick Taylor, an amazing director, editor, songwriter and brother for this edit.
Self-promotion has never been my strongest suit. I’m more of a subtle ‘hype person’. So it comes as no surprise to those who know and love me that I, Justin, am a little late on the uptake to announce that Algonquin has some screenings and that I had been interviewed about the project and my work in film!
You can find the link to me BLAHBLAH-ing HERE
You can find play-times for Algonquin HERE
(Ahem!!!!!!!) official trailer featuring some of our music….
To celebrate the screenings here are some of our favorite compositions…….
Here is the first piece you hear…. It sets the tone for our Hero(ish)
We called this one ‘Crossing the threshold’ because at this point in the film there had been a realization. A moment. We wanted to capture that.
If you’ve not seen the film, there is a reason this composition is called ‘Last Night’ ……there IS. A . REASON
This particular piece was…performed by two amazing drummers (not THEE DMST drummers) by us!!!!! and ….then a little magic in the mix..a little love for Miles Davis and really fun cue!!!!!!
Y’know thee END!!!!
We’ve been super busy with beautiful, amazing projects including a wonderful long form documentary and a new Do Make Say Think record. And just today heard some great news of a release and promotion of ‘Road to Paloma’
We will keep you posted!!!!!
Happy New Year! Our warmest wishes for a productive, safe and exciting 2014!!
We here at Telepathic had a fabulous 2013 and if everything falls into place we’ll have a busy remainder of the winter ( given the frosty weather we’ve had already, that’ll be fine by us!!!).
Thank you for following us this year, and for your listening pleasure… some audio highlights from the films we worked on…..
Road to Paloma:
Don’t get Killed in Alaska:
Spring & Arnaud:
Also…..Today…..I (Justin) decided to join the ramshackle internet society known as ‘sound cloud’. I chose to do it because I wanted a platform that I could put the more esoteric, humble, personal and unreleased music that I’ve done with bands, at home and of course with films. You can find me HERE:
Getting excited to see a screening of ‘Don’t Get Killed in Alaska’ in Toronto next week. Really can’t wait to see it on the big screen!! I would love for you all to see it as well. Hopefully in the new year we will see a wider release!!!!!
In the meantime, here is some more compositions from that film…
As well as some other projects we completed this year that will see a release next year……..
One that will be seeing the light of day is the wonderful ‘Road to Paloma’. Directed by Jason Mamoa.
This is a road movie about redemption, revenge and the consequences of both.
And this little beauty right here………Algonquin: the movie. It’s a movie. About Algonquin. And other WAAYYY more complicated family stuff……
With Sheila McCarthy and Nicholas Campbell starring!!!!! It’s a Canadian movie for sure!
As always…Thanks for listening!!!
Thee wonderful Marcia Conolly, 1/2 of the directing team behind ‘Spring and Arnaud’ sent me the trailer yesterday. Have a look!!!!
It gets a couple of showings in the next few weeks….
Another film we finished this year has been playing some fests as well. Algonquin premiered at the Montreal World film fest and had a sold out reception for it’s showing at Cinefest Sudbury.
It get’s another showing at the Haliburton Film fest! (gotta play to your audiences as it were!)
Here is a cue we called ‘Crossing the Threshold’. It marks a definitive change in the paths of the characters..
This here composition is simply called ‘Canoeing’. It plays under people canoeing. You can hear that right?
As always, we have some exciting upcoming projects just around the corner!! Stay tuned!!
-Justin & Ohad