Here is a cue of the main theme from Brian's score to the film ROSE.
“ROSE” HAS WORLD PREMIERE AT THE LONE STAR FILM FESTIVAL
Tesoro Pictures’ “ROSE” starring Cybill Shepherd and James Brolin opened the Lone Star Film Festival with it’s world premiere on Thursday, November 9th, at The Four Day Weekend Theatre in downtown Fort Worth. The film, and Cybill Shepherd, who was in attendance, received rave reviews and an enthusiastic response from the sold out audience.
“We were thrilled to see the film touch the audience the way it did,” observed Rod McCall, “Rose” director/writer. “They went nuts. Cheered. Cried. Laughed. It was amazing.”
“’ROSE’ definitely struck a chord with the audience, said Greg Clonts, the film’s producer. “On a gut level I think the audience identified with the film. They were moved by Cybill’s performance and charmed by James Brolin.”
“ROSE” is the saga of Rose Jones, a widowed ex-cop, who discovers that she might have a life-threatening illness and decides to go on a solo road trip in a wheelchair through magnificent rural New Mexico. Her journey introduces Rose to Max (James Brolin), a charismatic, older rancher, who has his own life-changing issues.
Cast members present at the “ROSE” screening were Julio Cedillo, who plays “Nesto,” a New Mexico cop who befriends Rose on her journey, as well as Mark Vasconcellos, who is “Duke,” a felon who attempts to rob Rose. Other actors present included Delana Michaels and Mary Maxson, who are featured in the film as members of Rose’s bowling team, and Amiee Williams, who plays the role of “Bonnie,” James Brolin’s daughter.
Members of the “ROSE” production team, who attended the premiere, included Eric Williams, Executive Producer, from Austin, Stephen Griffin from Dallas, who edited the film, Brian Ralston from Los Angeles, who composed the score, Colemar Nichols from Albuquerque, who was the Director of Photography, Randy Huke from Austin, Set Decorator, Script Supervisor Dave Adams of Delaware, and from Houston, Mario and Miguel Martinez, gaffers.
The ROSE poster has been released. Take a look.
Special thanks to Sample library developer Soundiron and their Jan Hoeglund for inviting me to interview in their artist interview series over on there developer blog page. I talked about a lot of topics from my recent SyFy Channel work on Planet Of The Sharks, to scoring Crooked Arrows, to what my workstation is like and my advice for young composers. Check it out!
The Film Music Reporter, one of the most extensive and up to date online news outlets exclusively for film and television music has reported on the up coming premiere of Planet Of The Sharks and even linked to the Planet Of The Sharks suite I put up on soundcloud last week.
With just one week till the SyFy Channel broadcast premiere, here is a little 10 min suite of music from Brian's score contributions to Planet Of The Sharks.
The Asylum has released a trailer for Planet Of The Sharks. Directed by Mark Atkins with a score by Brian and co-composer Kays Al-Atrakchi. Premiering on Syfy channel, July 27th @ 9 pm.
Brian has finished scoring the SyFy Channel original movie Planet Of The Sharks. The score was co-composed with Kays Al-Atrakchi similar to the previous film Awaken. The film also has the same director as Awaken, Mark Atkins. So it is really an assembly of much of the same creative team. Planet Of The Sharks will premiere on the SyFy channel, Wednesday July 27th at 9pm, EST as part of their "Shark Week" programming leading up to Sharknado 4.
A glimpse at my current composing template and process...
SyFy shark week here I come. What do scary impending sharks sound like? Guess I will figure that out.
(detailed explanation of things starts at around 6:30)