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MA | Feature Film 

In this modern-day vision of Mother Mary’s pilgrimage, a woman crosses the scorched landscape of the American Southwest. The film playfully deconstructs the role of this woman, existing in a world full of identities, through encounters that are alternately terrifying and sublime. MA is a journey into the visceral and the surreal, interweaving ritual, performance, and the body as sculpture. Sound Design and mix done by Tim and Keller. 

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Weediquette | Viceland Series 

VICE correspondent Krishna Andavolu explores these heady times by meeting the people whose lives hang in the balance of our new pot paradigm. Mix and sound design by Jesse. 

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The Atlantic | George Saunders 

George Saunders: On Story is part of an ongoing series created by Redglass Pictures and excecutive produced by Ken Burns, courtesy of PBS. Saunder's new book The Very Persistent Gappers of Frip, is out now. The first short film Ken Burns: On Story, can be seen here. To see more from this interview with George Saunders go to the Redglass Pictures websiteMix and sound design by Tim.


Jodorowsky's Dune 

This film chronicles the story of famed cult director Alejandro Jodorowsky's failed attempt to make an adaptation of Frank Herbert's Dune. Two years and many millions of dollars were spent developing the epic, which would feature the likes of Orson Welles, Salvador Dali and Mick Jagger as characters, the art of H.R. Giger, Chris Foss and Dan O'bannon, and the music of Pink Floyd. This documentary recently premiered in Cannes, has been shown at the Toronto Film Festival, Tuleride, Munich Film and more and will soon be distributed by Sony Pictures Classics. 5.1  mix by Jesse.

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Green Porno Live! 

Based on her wildly popular series of short films Green Porno, Seduce Me and Mammas, Green Porno Live! is a 60-minute performance film that examines the quirky and fascinating mating habits of animals and marine life. Ms. Rossellini puts a unique comedic spin on the subject, fearlessly donning zany costumes to illustrate a whole new way to look at sex…as Nature intended! 

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Ward Of The Feral Horses 

R's mind is trapped in a modern-day technological apparatus. He is pressured to come up with original sayings in his mental workshop, named Semiotic Creations. He wants to be liked. He's afraid to miss out, to do worse than his work-mates, to appear negative, to not achieve enough, to miss a subcontext, to have too few friends, to seem needy for friends and is terrified that one day he will find out that his computer has been broadcasting all his fears. 

Sound Design was done by Tim, working closely with the director Orit Ben-Shitrit. 

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  Match Tobi Powell (Patrick Stewart), an aging Juilliard dance professor with a colorful and international past, is interviewed by a woman and her husband (Carla Gugino & Matthew Lillard) for a dissertation she's writing about the history of dance in New York in the 1960's. As the interview proceeds, it becomes increasingly clear that there are ulterior motives to the couple's visit.  Trailer

 

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Tobi Powell (Patrick Stewart), an aging Juilliard dance professor with a colorful and international past, is interviewed by a woman and her husband (Carla Gugino & Matthew Lillard) for a dissertation she's writing about the history of dance in New York in the 1960's. As the interview proceeds, it becomes increasingly clear that there are ulterior motives to the couple's visit.

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Three artists, three tragedies. The usual story told in a very unusual way. The "usuals": words inspire Alice Wingwall's photographs = a photographer who happens to be blind; after losing half her brain in a boxing match, Katie Dallam has to paint and sculpt to live = art is her only lifeline; advancing noise in his ears destroys Graham Sharpe's aspirations with music - but, he also runs the most successful independent music festival in Ireland. The "unusuals": the film takes viewers on a journey into the lives of these artists through haunting images that avoid prosaic documentation. Talking is largely eschewed in favor of long meaningful shots trying to put form to indescribable, making for a rare film that is more an artwork in itself. The film asks serious questions about art, self-image, meaning of images and sound but leaves it to the audience to work through the answers. credits: Produced by Tupelo Productions Direction: Erinnisse Heuer & Patryk Rebisz Director of Photography: Patryk Rebisz Editor: Erinnisse Heuer Co-Producer: Zeberiah Newman

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Sound Design by Keller Mcdivitt, 5.1 mix by Tim Korn


  Santera Working closely with Exposure Media, Ian and Keller recently sound designed, colored and mixed this upcoming campaign. 

 

Santera

Working closely with Exposure Media, Ian and Keller recently sound designed, colored and mixed this upcoming campaign. 


  Rebel Music | MTV series Peer into social issues around the world through the eyes of the musicians living it. Mixed by Tim Korn "Rebel Music" takes you through Mali, India, Israel/Palistine, Mexico, Afghanistan and Egypt looking for what comes next. See more

 

Rebel Music | MTV series

Peer into social issues around the world through the eyes of the musicians living it. Mixed by Tim Korn "Rebel Music" takes you through Mali, India, Israel/Palistine, Mexico, Afghanistan and Egypt looking for what comes next. See more


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Pollywogs

This is the Official trailer for our new film Pollywogs. On the heels of a bitter breakup, Dylan travels home to Minnesota for a family reunion. There, he runs into his childhood sweetheart, Sarah, who was relocated to a religious compound when they were young. In the very place he discovered love for the first time, Dylan confronts the fantasies of his youth and realizes that the past may hold the key for what lies ahead.


The Last Safari | Feature Documentary

"The road less traveled just got paved."

The Last Safari is a provocative and genre defying documentary about rapidly changing culture of traditional Africa. The film follows the story of a photojournalist's quest for meaning through the unforgiving landscape of remote Kenya as she sets out in search of the tribes-people she documented a decade earlier, dodging everything from bullets and floods along the way.


  Vive Le Capital | Short Film House engineer Tim Korn recently sound designed and scored Orit Ben-shitrit's film "Vive La Capital". Check it out at upcoming screenings. SF Indie Film Fest: Showing under the shorts screening, Defying The Limits at the Roxie theater. Sun, 2/10 2:46 PM / Tue, 2/12 7:15 PM  

 

Vive Le Capital | Short Film

House engineer Tim Korn recently sound designed and scored Orit Ben-shitrit's film "Vive La Capital". Check it out at upcoming screenings. SF Indie Film Fest: Showing under the shorts screening, Defying The Limits at the Roxie theater. Sun, 2/10 2:46 PM / Tue, 2/12 7:15 PM

 


Rimo | Reebok Commercial

Rimo gives you a tour of Tokyo. Sound design was done at dB.


Eye What You Eat | Stop Motion Short Films

Jennifer and Tim came together to work on this visually dazzling piece. With Jen working on the score and Tim creating the sound design, together they add the texture needed to bring the piece to life.

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