Composer • Arranger
Composer • Arranger
Maria Florio, Academy Award Winning Producer/Owner of Earthworks Films
Feature documentary directed by Leonardo Corbucci
Feature documentary directed by Paula Fouce
Multiple award-winning TV documentary for National Geographic
Musical contributor for this trailer & music library under the BMG umbrella
Feature length thriller directed by Dennis Luu
Multiple award-winning TV documentary series for National Geographic TV
Award-winning feature documentary directed by Paula Fouce
-- I just had the pleasure of having a full symphonic string section recorded in Budapest for my piece Heart of a Wizard. The parts were quite challenging for the players but they managed to make it sound great in the time at their disposal. I will post the result once the mix is complete.
LEGENDARY AD is in competition at the 2017 edition of the Beverly Hills Film Festival. It will be screening on Friday, April 28th at the historic TCL Chinese Theater in the heart of Hollywood. As one of the few feature-length films in competition we are quite excited. Tickets for individual screenings can be purchased at the festival's site, where the schedule will be published shortly: www.beverlyhillsfilmfestival.com
NO ASYLUM will have its LA premiere at the Laemmle Music Hall in Beverly Hills. The documentary, directed by Paula Fouce, will play from August 19 through August 25, with four showings per day. Following the showings there will be a Q&A with the filmmakers. Below is the official press release with ticketing information:
SHOWTIMES: 12:10; 2:20; 4:40; 7:10; 9:30 pm.
Tickets on sale Aug. 16.
The film reveals the untold story of Anne Frank's father struggles to help his family emigrate. Could the Holocaust have been prevented? The world turned its back on the Franks, as well as many others who sought refuge from Nazi Germany. Something of a prequel to Anne's iconic diary, the documentary shares details of the Frank family story before they went into hiding in the attic.
"NO ASYLUM director Paula Fouce. . . noted how sophisticated some of Anne [Franks]’s ideas are. Still the filmmaker was reluctant to take on a chapter in history that has been so thoroughly examined over the years. But when parallels began to emerge. . . for refugees then and now, she found it too compelling to resist.”— The Hollywood Reporter
“He wrote letter after letter—without success. The father of Anne Frank tried desperately to get exit visas for his family. But the US wanted to accept very few Jewish refugees. This touching documentary traces the stages of failure.”
— Der Spiegel