Tuesday, May 18, 2010

College Boys Live now on DVD


A movie I scored for director George O'Donnell is out on DVD .

Check out the TRAILER



In a quiet Orlando, Florida, suburb three young men struggle to escape the wreckage of their pasts and create new lives for themselves. Their new home is CollegeBoysLive.com, a voyeur webcam house rigged with 32 cameras, where their every move is watched by thousands of paying members. The site’s creator claims CollegeBoysLive.com is simply about showing that “it’s okay to be gay.” But the neighbors insist it’s a pornographic whorehouse and sue to have them evicted. This intimate and provocative documentary examines a complex subculture, but at its heart is the universal search for family and acceptance.


Variety
"College Boys Live exerts a bizarre and dramatic fascination by observing that Orwellian experiment-cum-entertainment over a six-month haul"

Thursday, May 13, 2010

The New Recruits coming to PBS 6:15:2010

The New Recruits is a feature documentary about a battalion of jet-setting business students armed with a radical plan to end global poverty: charge poor people for goods and services. They spend one year struggling with startups to peddle drip irrigation in Pakistan, LED lights in India, and toilet service in Kenya.

The New Recruits takes an unflinching look at social entrepreneurship, a movement touted as the new alternative to charity—its ideals, practitioners, and realities. An unlikely cross between The Apprentice and Slumdog Millionaire, The New Recruits is a hilarious, evocative, edge-of-your-seat thrill ride along a road paved with good intentions.

Preview Here:

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

"CHALK TALK" score for Gatorade Web Documentary




Go inside the G series Mobile Locker Room with St. Louis Rams Defensive End
Chris Long.

Music by Peter Rundquist


http://www.gatorade.com/default.aspx#mobilelockerroom?s=chalk-talk

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Roads To Memphis


Check out my most recent filmscore on PBS' American Experience.

On April 4, 1968, escaped convict James Earl Ray shot and killed Dr. Martin Luther King. This is the fateful narrative of the killer and his prey, set against the seething, turbulent forces in American society at that time.

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/films/memphis/