The Djinn is a horror film from co-directors David Charbonier and Justin Powell, an 80s era fairy tale gone horribly wrong. Composer Matthew James washed the film with an evocative synth score.
Boss Level is a Hulu original film starring Frank Grillo in a wild action movie that draws inspiration from video games, 80s action films, and a comedy classic. Cinematographer Juanmi Azpiroz shot the film and had an epiphany while doing it.
Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist is a unique musical-comedy airing on NBC and Peacock about a software developer who can hear people’s innermost thoughts in the form of songs, and between the musical numbers is the work of composer Bo Boddie.
The Cost of Winning is an HBO docuseries about the St. Frances Academy football team as they reach great heights of success thanks, in part, to a unique coach. Composer Kovas and music supervisor Joe O’Riordan painted the sonic picture that elevates the narrative.
Wild Indian is a film written and directed by Lyle Mitchell Corbine that stars Michael Greyeyes and Chaske Spencer in a dark thriller supported by the Sundance Institute through the Writers and Directors Labs. Gavin Brivik navigated the process to create an immersive sonic experience.
Haymaker’s a 2021 film from writer, director, and star Nick Sasso about a former MMA star trying to reinvent himself after his life in the ring comes to an end. Composer Christopher Thomas fills the film with sonic jabs and uppercuts that push the narrative to greater heights.
Passing from first-time director Rebecca Hall stars Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga in a period drama that wraps its story in a loving musical embrace thanks, in part, to music supervisor Alexandra Eckhardt.
Romeo and Juliet turns 424 years old in 2021 and composer René G. Boscio became part of a new film to infuse the centuries-old play with some Latin flavor.
Cole Hauser stars in The Last Champion, a film from director Glenn Withrow about a disgraced former Olympian wrestler returning to his hometown forced to face his past and create a better future.
California Christmas is a heartwarming film starring Lauren Swickard and real-life hubby Josh Swickard as a pair of opposites coming together to find laughs and love.
Comedy and horror go well together, and Paintball Massacre starring Cheryl Burniston, Katy Brand, and Lee Latchford-Evans as part of a high school reunion to play a messy game that turns into a bloody mess.
Period. End Of Sentence is a 2019 Oscar-winning documentary short film about a quiet sexual revolution happening within India, and composer Giosuè Greco crafted a compelling score.
Half Brothers is a comedy-drama starring Luis Gerardo Méndez and Connor Del Rio as two unlikely brothers forced together on a long road trip.
The Crown is a Netflix series about England’s royal family from creator Peter Morgan, which tackles the drama and power struggles that have gone on behind the scenes for decades and, more realistically, centuries.
Wichita is a short film starring Jeremy Sisto and Maxim Roy as a married couple whose relationship is in a special place.
The Independent Filmmaker’s Guide to the New Hollywood: Success in the Era of Netflix and Streaming Video is author and filmmaker Gabriel Campisi’s third book about the business of filmmaking, this time focusing on the streaming storm that’s evolving the way we consume entertainment.
Don’t Look Back is a new horror film from Jeffrey Reddick, the mastermind behind Final Destination, which centers around a young woman who survives a tragedy only to face more dangers when supernatural forces run amuck. Actor Han Soto faced some real-life fears while filming and taking on a new, off-camera role.
Quarantine tensions rise in the horror film Darkness In Tenement 45, starring Nicole Tompkins as a teenage girl battling inner demons while living with her aunt during a biological scare. Cinematographer Carissa Dorson (Funny or Die) used her lens to amplify a dreadful sense of isolation.
Muse is an English rock band with eight studio albums, dozens of hit songs, and an eclectic sound that seems like it’s not only from the future but multiple versions of the future. Director Lance Drake has made music videos for Muse, and now he collaborates with the band for their most ambitious project yet, a film based on their 2018 album, Simulation Theory.
The Princess Switch: Switched Again is a sequel to the hit holiday film on Netflix starring Vanessa Hudgens as both a baker from Chicago and a duchess from a fictional European city in a Parent Trap-Esque romantic comedy.