Cody Westheimer

Cody Westheimer

New West Studios, Inc.
Music Composer

Los Angeles, California

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February 2018
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About Cody

When he’s not running, riding his bike, or exploring the wilderness, Cody Westheimer is racking up credits as diverse as they are interesting. To date, he’s amassed nearly 150 hours of music for feature films, documentary series, and iconic sports events such as the Tour de France on NBC. The composer for the recently released BBC/PBS Nature special H is for Hawk: A New Chapter, the IMAX film Journey to Space 3D, and the Discovery Channel’s Tiburones: Sharks of Cuba, his main theme for the 2007 game The Golden Compass was nominated for a Game Audio Network Guild Track of the Year Award.

An avid craftsman, Westheimer has built many items at his New West Studios compound in Los Angeles. His studio desk is made out of reclaimed lumber and, most recently, he built a portable music studio out of typical road-case materials, which was profiled by Mix magazine and in a mini-documentary for Outside TV’s Dispatches.

In addition to his career as a composer and being a dad to his daughter and two dogs, Westheimer enjoys photographing with his Canon 5D, making short films (often with his DJI drone), and playing lesser-played instruments such as the banjo and Japanese shakuhachi.

Unique traits: My reputation is for big inspiring music (like the Tour de France theme) and post-rock influences, but I love folksy music and thinking outside of the box with all genres of film.



  • Warren Jeffs: Prophet of Evil

    Warren Jeffs: Prophet of Evil (2018)
    Film (Biography) Music department "Warren Jeffs: Prophet of Evil" pulls back the curtain on the now imprisoned religious prophet to an estimated 15,000 followers of the FLDS Church who, before going to jail for two felony counts of child sexual assault in 2011, is said to have married at least 78 wives and have more than 50 children and controlled millions of dollars for the church. This two-hour special takes a look from the inside out at a community that was led for decades by a man who controlled many to quell his demands and desires. Revealing dark secrets that include the damage Jeffs did to young children, including his own, the special features extensive interviews with Jeff's closest family, former church members and those who wrestled to bring him to justice. The special also highlights stories of those who fought back against Jeffs' power and escaped his control with the intent to bring him down. Stories including those of the Lost Boys, a group of discarded teenage boys who find each other and the will to ...

  • How Jack Became Black

    How Jack Became Black (2018)
    Film (Documentary) Composer The births of Jack and June, the third multiracial generation in filmmaker Eli Steele's family, coincided with a startling projection: by 2050, at least 20% of all Americans will self-identify as two or more races. What will this mean in a nation tormented by race? Born black, Jewish and deaf, Steele battled childhood bullying. Then, as an adult, he battled identity politics in both education and employment. He believed that holding onto his individuality, rather than his skin color, was part of America's promise to him. However, Steele's belief in this promise was shaken when his son was denied entrance to a public school for refusing to name his "primary race." Why does race still matter so much? To find out, Steele journeys into uncharted territory where he takes on identity politics through interviews with multiracial individuals and through thoughtful re-examinations of headline controversies -- the George Zimmerman trial, a conference on white privilege, and the DeBlasio ...

  • Halfway There

    Halfway There (2018)
    Film (Comedy) Composer Jimmy Bishop runs a sober living facility and is forced to take in his wealthy alcoholic mother as a client.

  • Doubt

    Doubt (2017)
    Television (Drama) Music department A successful defense lawyer at a boutique firm becomes romantically involved with a client who may or may not be guilty of a brutal crime.

  • Coming to My Senses

    Coming to My Senses (2017)
    Film (Documentary, Adventure and Biography) Composer In 1999 Aaron Baker broke his neck in a motocross accident, leaving him completely paralyzed from the neck down. Despite doctor's grim prognosis over the next 16 years Aaron decided not to listen to those who said 'he had a million-to-one odds of ever feeding himself again' and instead, through painstaking effort, endeavored to regain as much mobility as possible. This journey through the unknown took him from the depths of depression to the joys of cross country road tripping via tandem bicycle with his mother and friends, and finally, culminated in his opening a socially conscious low cost gym focused on increasing mobility for the disabled. Now in Coming To My Senses we watch as Aaron takes one final journey which symbolizes his recovery: to cross a 20 mile tract of Death Valley unsupported on foot. But will he make it?

  • Sweet Tooth

    Sweet Tooth (2017)
    Film (Short and Horror) Composer A gruesome entity attaches itself to an unsuspecting family.

  • Terra Mater

    Terra Mater (2017)
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  • Balancing the Scales

    Balancing the Scales (2016)
    Film (Documentary) Composer Sharon Rowen tells the stories of remarkable women lawyers who pioneered the profession, and explores the challenges faced by today's young women. Over 20 years, Sharon interviewed over 40 women attorneys spanning 5 generations, from pioneers such as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Ginsburg and prominent civil rights attorney Gloria Allred to young associates and law students starting out today.

  • IRON WILL: Veterans Battle with PTSD

    IRON WILL: Veterans Battle with PTSD (2016)
    Film (Documentary) Composer This is a story of veterans, battles and sacrifices. A war at home and the IRON WILL they possess to never give up.

  • Holy Hell

    Holy Hell (2016)
    Film (Documentary) Composer An inside look at a West Hollywood cult formed by a charismatic teacher in the 1980s that eventually imploded.

  • Shark Week

    Shark Week (2015)
    Television (Documentary) Music department Documentary following sharks and shark attacks.

  • Autism in America

    Autism in America (2015)
    Film (Documentary) Composer A powerful and emotional documentary that chronicles families living with autism. From moderate cases to extreme, the film explores what it's like living with this developmental disability on a day-to-day basis. What is autism? What does that word truly mean? "Autism in America" not only answers that question, but also disproves the many misconceptions often associated with that word.

  • Apparition

    Apparition (2015)
    Film (Fantasy, Horror and Thriller) Composer Apparition is a supernatural thriller exploring the themes of love, death, and the fragility of the mind. When Doug's fiancee, Lori, is killed in a car accident, he retreats to their isolated farmhouse to deal with his loss. Left to grieve amid years of memories, Doug realizes he has not returned alone. As he learns the tragic history of the farmhouse, supernatural occurrences leave him fearing for his sanity, and reveal a secret Lori took with her to the grave. Struggling to determine whether what he is seeing is real, or all in his head, Doug finds solace in the company of Jamie, a local grad student. As their friendship deepens, Doug draws her with him into the horrifying events unfolding in the old farmhouse. Written by Anonymous

  • Silver Case: Director's Cut

    Silver Case: Director's Cut (2015)
    Film (Comedy) Composer The world of scheming and dreaming reaches a particularly nasty low when a powerful producer known as the 'Senator' (Eric Roberts) hatches a plan to undermine the future success of his shady arch rival, the 'Master'.

  • Journey to Space

    Journey to Space (2015)
    Film (Documentary, Adventure and Sci-Fi) Composer In the past half century, humans have punched through the stratosphere, walked on the moon, and lived continuously in orbit. In the coming decades, our unquenchable curiosity will take our species beyond the cradle of Earth to touch the face of another world. Strap in for the next giant leap. Next stop ... Mars! Written by K2 Communications

  • The Current

    The Current (2014)
    Film (Documentary, Short, Action, Adventure and 1 More) Composer 'The Current', showcases inspiring adaptive athletes, well-respected public figures, and athlete ambassadors of all abilities, overcoming limitations through adaptive water sports such as surfing, scuba diving, free-diving, and ocean kayaking alongside whales and dolphins in exotic locations. Each individual cast member shares inspirational stories of perseverance while reflecting on the bonds of friendship, ultimately revealing the power of the human spirits, and the importance of protecting and conserving the ocean, while discovering and embracing its healing potential. Written by Anonymous

  • El Color de mis Alas

    El Color de mis Alas (2014)
    Film (Animation, Short and Fantasy) Composer A young bird loses his mother and tries to fly in order to find her. He has no feathers, but he will get them at all costs.

  • Daylight Come

    Daylight Come (2014)
    Film (Documentary, Drama and News) Composer In the Democratic Republic of Congo where rape is used as a weapon of war, two young American women struggle to help victims of the conflict overcome their scars and forge new lives from their shattered world begging the question: in the face of tremendous suffering, can anyone make a difference? Written by Anonymous

  • Look in the Mirror

    Look in the Mirror (2014)
    Film (Comedy) Composer A distracted middle-aged lawyer unwittingly becomes involved in a series of murders after he goes on a 'business trip' with a pretty, gold-digging paralegal from his firm.

  • Let Elephants Be Elephants

    Let Elephants Be Elephants (2014)
    Film (Documentary and Short) Composer An inspiring and heartwarming journey into the world of elephants. Nadya Hutagalung joined elephant expert, Dr. Tammie Matson, as they dive into the wild of Africa and the back alleys of Asia to discover the connection between Africa's escalating poaching crisis and the growing demand for ivory in Asia. Written by Ernest Hariyanto

  • G.P.S.

    G.P.S. (2014)
    Film (Short, Drama and Thriller) Composer Grace's emotions are taken past the breaking point after planting a G.P.S. device in her husband's car and discovering where he has been spending his days.

  • The Current: Explore the Healing Powers of the Ocean

    The Current: Explore the Healing Powers of the Ocean (2014)
    Film (Documentary, Action, Adventure and Sport) Composer Showcases inspiring adaptive athletes, well-respected public figures, and athlete ambassadors of all abilities, overcoming limitations through adaptive water sports such as surfing, scuba diving, free-diving, and ocean kayaking alongside whales and dolphins in exotic locations. Each individual cast member shares inspirational stories of perseverance while reflecting on the bonds of friendship, ultimately revealing the power of the human spirits, and the importance of protecting and conserving the ocean, while discovering and embracing its healing potential. Written by Anonymous

  • Expedition China: Search for Shangri La

    Expedition China: Search for Shangri La (2013 - 2014)
    Television (Adventure) Composer An American Adventurer embarks on an epic journey of discovery through China on his Harley Davidson.

  • Kristin's Christmas Past

    Kristin's Christmas Past (2013)
    Film (Comedy and Family) Music department A smart, sassy, 34-year-old woman who is estranged from her family goes to sleep alone on Christmas Eve and wakes up Christmas morning seventeen years into her past to relive the worst Christmas of her life. But this time she is able to go back and change not only her imperfect past, but also her less than perfect future. Written by Anonymous

  • May in the Summer

    May in the Summer (2013)
    Film (Comedy and Drama) Music department High off the success of her first book and planning to marry ZIAD, her sensible, stable and studious fiance, MAY BRENNAN has it all. At least that's what she'd like people to believe. Reunited with her family in Amman, she's thrust back into the chaos of her former existence. Her headstrong mother NADINE, a born-again Christian disapproves of her Muslim fiance so thoroughly she plans to boycott the wedding. Her younger sisters DALIA and YASMINE behave like her children. And her estranged father EDWARD is suddenly and suspiciously interested in making amends. As her wedding day looms, May finds herself more and more confronted by the trauma of her parents divorce. And soon, her once carefully structured life spins hopelessly out of control. Written by Anonymous

  • Buffalo Bridge

    Buffalo Bridge (2013)
    Film (Animation, Short, Comedy, Family and 1 More) Composer A bandit on the run pumps a hand cart across a rickety railroad bridge when he meets an unexpected adversary.

  • Drones

    Drones (2013)
    Film (Thriller) Composer Two Airmen are tasked with deciding the fate of a terrorist with a single push of a button. As the action plays out in real time, their window to use a deadly military drone on the target slowly closes. With time running out, the Airmen begin to question what the real motives are behind the ordered lethal attack.

  • Killer Reality

    Killer Reality (2013)
    Film (Thriller) Composer Hayley, a producer on the hit reality show LOVE EVER AFTER, unwillingly falls for The Bachelor on this marriage elimination series. Things become complicated very quickly, especially when one of the female contestants turns up dead. That's when work becomes downright murder... Written by LM

  • Running for Jim

    Running for Jim (2013)
    Film (Documentary, Biography, Drama and Sport) Composer Running for Jim chronicles the story of Jim Tracy, the most decorated high school cross-country coach in California history, and his battle with fatal Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS). Tracy's 2010 girls cross-country team and captain Holland Reynolds, age 16, bring his story to international attention when Holland collapses in the state championship race and crawls across the finish line to secure the title for her team and her ailing coach. First-time filmmakers Dan Noyes and Robin Hauser Reynolds present this film about grit, determination, and the tenacity of the human spirit. Written by Anonymous

  • Because These Kids Are...

    Because These Kids Are... (2013)
    Film (Short, Drama and Family) Composer While at a park, a young artist finds two unusual muses for her work, a bully and his victim.

  • Complexion

    Complexion (2013)
    Film (Short, Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Composer After enduring years of suffering, a woman finally speaks about her stalker. As she walks through the horrifying chain of events that have led her to this confession, she unknowing uncovers the tormentor's identity.

  • One Small Hitch

    One Small Hitch (2013)
    Film (Comedy and Romance) Composer On a flight home to Chicago for a family wedding, childhood friends Josh and Molly innocently agree to fake a wedding engagement to make Josh's dying father happy. Things quickly get out of hand with their two boisterous families, and a series of events causes them to pretend to be a couple and start planning a phony wedding. Written by Anonymous

  • Poop Notice

    Poop Notice (2013)
    Television (Comedy) Composer 5 years after Patrick Easten Murphy is released from the starring role of a pilot, he finds himself still chasing the dream. But, with his wife headed back to work, he must do the chasing with his young children in tow.

  • Greetings from Home

    Greetings from Home (2012)
    Television (Comedy) Music department When career soldier Pete Griffin loses a leg in combat, he is sent back to America to serve at the army base near his disconnected family's home. To make matters worse, Pete's nurse wife Patty has been deployed to Afghanistan, leaving him to raise daredevil son Chris (17) and moody adolescent daughter Becky (15). Helping Pete overcome the obstacles of single fatherhood are the neighborhood army wives: Sue Meyers, an older grounded woman, Emma Mountcastle, a sassy pregnant intellectual, Roberta Sommer, an overweight airhead, and Missy Wentworth, a teenage bride and older sister figure to Becky. Although initially reluctant to leave the combat zone he had become so accustomed to living in, Pete embraces his role as the stay-at-home dad and finally connects with his clever and courageous children. Written by Jamie Miningham

  • Let's Eat Lolly

    Let's Eat Lolly (2012)
    Film (Short, Adventure, Comedy and Sci-Fi) Composer An eccentric toy tycoon ventures out into the desert and unwittingly becomes someone's ( or some thing's) meal plan. The debut film of creature/character artist Lee Romaire.

  • Ninah's Dowry

    Ninah's Dowry (2012)
    Film (Biography, Drama and Family) Composer Ninah is a runaway wife whose husband finds out she is pregnant and he comes to recover the dowry he paid or take home the woman he owns. By any means necessary.

  • Among Friends

    Among Friends (2012)
    Film (Comedy and Horror) Composer AMONG FRIENDS is a twisted horror about a dinner party gone wrong. Set against an 80s backdrop, good times take a dark turn when one in the group hijacks the evening in the name of Integrity. Through an attempt to help the others come clean about secret betrayals against one another, it's revealed who's willing to cut through the bone to expose the truth. This feature directorial debut of Scream Queen Danielle Harris stars Christopher Backus, Jennifer Blanc, AJ Bowen, Dana Daurey, Brianne Davis, Kane Hodder, Kamala Jones, Alyssa Lobit and Chris Meyer. Written by AF Movie

  • Radioman

    Radioman (2012)
    Film (Documentary) Composer The New York film set mascot who overcame homelessness and alcoholism to become a fixture of the New York film industry, with over 100 small parts to his name.

  • Detention of the Dead

    Detention of the Dead (2012)
    Film (Comedy and Horror) Composer Comedy and Horror unite in this "The Breakfast Club" meets "Shaun of the Dead" tale about a group of oddball high school students who find themselves trapped in detention with their classmates having turned into a horde of Zombies. Can they put their differences aside and work together to survive the night? Fat chance! This is High School after all. Written by Detention of the Dead, LLC

  • How I Became an Elephant

    How I Became an Elephant (2012)
    Film (Documentary, Adventure and Family) Composer One girl's journey to inspire a movement. Juliette is fourteen years old and she is on a mission to save elephants. After single-handedly raising funds Juliette embarks on a life-altering journey to South East Asia to meet and work with her hero The Elephant Lady. This is the story of two women, one from the East, one from the West, coming together on common ground, saving elephants. It's the coming of age of a passionate emerging woman joining forces with the wise eastern animal advocate on an enlightening journey of compassion, action, and hope that is sure to motivate audiences young and old. The message: no matter what your age, your ethnicity, or disposition, no matter what the cause, you can make a difference. Written by Anonymous

  • Silver Case

    Silver Case (2012)
    Film (Action, Adventure, Comedy and Crime) Composer In Tinseltown, the world of scheming and dreaming reaches a particularly nasty low when a powerful producer known as the 'Senator' (Eric Roberts) hatches a plan to undermine the future success of his shady arch rival, the 'Master' in more ways than one. His plot begins with the simple delivery of a silver briefcase. But nothing is simple in Hollywood. The case goes missing, which sets off a chain of events that are categorically not part of the plan. The Senator engages the best of his team to locate the package but doesn't count on the tenacity of two thugs who now have the mystery prize in their curious possession. Written by CF&JW

  • True Wolf

    True Wolf (2012)
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  • Duck! (A Duckumentary)

    Duck! (A Duckumentary) (2011)
    Film (Documentary, Animation and Comedy) Composer They swim, they waddle, and they fly. They are the subjects of art, science, history, and popular entertainment. They are cartoons, stamps, carvings, pets, livestock, urban neighbors, and even dinner. They are ducks! Across America, quirky and often comical interactions can teach us about our feathery neighbors, our planet, and ourselves. Written by Anonymous

  • Peak to Peak

    Peak to Peak (2011)
    Film (Documentary, Short and News) Composer Researcher Jack Hogg has studied bighorn sheep for over 30 years. In that time, he has come to know the species like few other people ever will. Follow Jack on a delightful journey watch baby bighorn lambs at play, as he discusses what a changing climate might mean for the animals. Produced by Conservation Media. Written by Anonymous

  • The Mono Lake Story

    The Mono Lake Story (2011)
    Film (Documentary, Short and News) Composer Seventy years ago, Mono Lake was home to a spectacular and unique ecosystem. In 1941, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power began diverting Mono Lake's tributary streams 350 miles south to meet the growing water demands of Los Angeles. Unable to adapt to the changing conditions, the ecosystem began to collapse. In 1978, a small group of scientists, activists and students organized what became known as The Mono Lake Committee. This grassroots effort to protect their beloved lake turned into an epic battle against the most powerful utility company in the state. This is the story of Mono Lake, its inhabitants and the struggle that ensued when the unstoppable inertia of progress met the undying love of place. Written by Anonymous

  • The Wilmington Incident

    The Wilmington Incident (2011)
    Film (Thriller) Composer An Internal Affairs cop moonlights tracking a gruesome serial killer.

  • Blink

    Blink (2011)
    Film (Short and Drama) Composer What if someone took only the good parts of a relationship? Blink is a film that explores the way we hide parts of ourselves and what happens when those parts are finally exposed.What if you could have the perfect life in the Blink of an eye? To what lengths would you go to make this a reality? Written by Anonymous

  • Nice Guys Finish Last

    Nice Guys Finish Last (2011)
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  • Working with Fire

    Working with Fire (2011)
    Film (Documentary and Short) Composer Nokuse Plantation is a 48,000-acre private conservation initiative in the Florida Panhandle, conceptualized and funded by M. C. Davis and Sam Shine. It is designed to be both a model and a catalyst for future landscape level conservation projects, which is the only way to preserve nature's intrinsic biodiversity. Witness a prescribed burn, as scientists work to restore the natural habitat to this land. Written by tolka

  • Take a Seat: Sharing a Ride Across America

    Take a Seat: Sharing a Ride Across America (2011)
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  • Conception

    Conception (2011)
    Film (Comedy and Romance) Composer A comedy that follows nine very different couples on the night they conceive, showing that sex can sometimes be more neurotic than erotic.

  • Nashville Rises

    Nashville Rises (2011)
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  • Finding Jenua

    Finding Jenua (2011)
    Film (Drama) Composer A young girl runs away from her past. An elderly woman can't remember hers. When their lives intersect, the past finds and forces them to face the truth. Finding Jenua is about love, loss and finding your place in the world: a drama with mystery told in an unconventional way, unraveling like a memory, tying us together with the simple beauty of human connection. Written by Anonymous

  • Small Timers

    Small Timers (2011)
    Film (Adventure, Comedy and Crime) Composer Three small-time crooks with dreams of hitting a big score just can't seem to get anything right. But when they accidentally stumble across a priceless erotic statuette known as Caesar's Phallus they find themselves on a whole new level of high-jinks and danger as they are pursued by a ruthless art collector and his hired hitman Written by Anonymous

  • American Pickers

    American Pickers (2010)
    Television (Documentary and Reality-TV) Music department Mike and Frank are pickers that travel the country and literally would go anywhere just for the prospects of finding antique gold. With the assistance of Danielle they often find themselves in a comedic pickle.

  • BigTime

    BigTime (2010)
    Film (Documentary, Biography, Drama and History) Composer 7 years ago, director Kara Kurcz started rolling the cameras as she and her husband Brian emptied their bank accounts and launched a company out of their two-bedroom apartment called Solas.The idea behind Solas was simple a light in a handbag. However, the execution of starting a company, manufacturing a product, and making sure the line was successful was not as simple.With tenacity and hard work, they quickly proved naysayers wrong. By the second year of business, Karas lighted handbag line was debuting on the red carpet. By their third year in business, Solas and Kara, made the pages of over 30 national news publications.In the fourth year, they had over a million dollars in sales.Kara, kept the cameras rolling but had no idea Solas would face some of the worst economic times in America's history in the 5th and 6th year of business. Crippled by the recession she was left asking herself, Does the Dream exist? She knew she didn't have the answer so she decided crisscross the country ...

  • Crossroads

    Crossroads (2010)
    Film (Documentary, Short and News) Composer The sage grouse, the largest grouse in North America, is utterly dependent on the vast landscapes of healthy sagebrush found throughout the American west. This bird, once numbering in the tens of millions, is emblematic of such arid landscapes. Today agriculture and energy development have reduced populations to about 200,000, prompting the US Department of the Interior to formally acknowledge this year that the bird deserves Endangered Species status. This protection has been deferred, however, until federal funding is available and other more threatened species are dealt with. Meanwhile, oil and gas development continues, unabated, across the American west. Written by Anonymous

  • Spinning Southward

    Spinning Southward (2010)
    Film (Documentary, Animation and Adventure) Composer A documentary film following 3 bicyclists who traveled from the far northern shores of Prudhoe Bay, Alaska - through 13 countries - to Ushuaia, Argentina in support of the National Brain Tumor Society. The riders, brothers John and Mike Logdson and filmmaker, Nateon Ajello, were inspired by the memory of their mothers, Jean Logdson and Fran Ajello. By the end of their journey in September 2006, the cyclists raised more than $75,000 for the National Brain Tumor Society and had reached out to thousands of families both personally and through media along the way. Written by Anonymous

  • The Need to Move

    The Need to Move (2010)
    Film (Documentary, Short, News and Western) Composer Produced by Conservation Media for The Wolverine Foundation, this short film explores one of the most fascinating and least understood animals on the planet. This small, rare, and elusive creature may be able to kill a moose or fend a grizzly off a kill, but it faces serious threats such as climate change for which it is no match. Written by Anonymous

  • Southern Haunts

    Southern Haunts (2005 - 2010)
    Television (History) Composer Southern Haunts is a television series based on the legends of the South. This is not an ordinary Ghost Hunting show. Each episode carries it's own history lesson with a supernatural twist. This show not only brings you compelling stories about ghosts, but also provides a historical basis of facts and legend. Whether it is a civil war battlefield, an old mansion or plantation, each segment tells of an actual event in history. Best of all, Southern Haunts leaves you with the choice to believe each legend or not. Written by Anonymous

  • Hysteria

    Hysteria (2010)
    Film (Horror and Thriller) Composer To celebrate their 10th year high school reunion, a group of twenty-somethings throw an intimate house party to celebrate the event. However, when one of the group accidentally kills another with no explanation. As more brutalities occur, could this be the work of the individuals themselves or possessions by "The Walker"? Written by Anonymous

  • Caged Animal

    Caged Animal (2010)
    Film (Action and Drama) Composer Cain, a crime king-pin sentenced to life in prison, sees his son Ricky come to jail on charges of accessory to murder, followed shortly by one of the gangsters he was charged with assassinating. Things get heated in the prison complex as Cain comes to terms with his neglect of his family while he deals with cancer. Foreseeing his own death behind bars, he determines to make Ricky and his enemy JD Parker see that they have something in common. Written by Jason Pollock (povo)

  • Seize

    Seize (2010)
    Film (Short, Action and Crime) Composer Officer Eva Minors goes on a routine patrol that quickly becomes more than she bargained for.

  • Tracking Patagonia

    Tracking Patagonia (2010)
    Film (Documentary, Adventure and News) Composer Portrays the rivers, the people, and the spirit of Chilean Patagonia as it faces the impending threat of five hydroelectric dams. Told through the eyes of a young American film crew traveling by bicycle and raft, the film explores the relationship between the people and the landscape, concluding that the very essence of Patagonia depends upon the freedom of its rivers. Written by Anonymous

  • Cherry.

    Cherry. (2010)
    Film (Drama) Composer When Brian Cherry, a sweet, sensitive young Los Angelino, falls for the beautiful, electric, and damaged Jules, she turns his ideas about women and sex upside-down. Slowly, he is drawn into a twisted love-triangle that includes Jules and his best friend, Sam. When Jules eventually leaves him for Sam, Cherry decides on a shocking course of action that will destroy the lives of all three. Written by Quinn Saunders

  • We Are Nashville: Community Foundation of Tennessee PSA - Narrated by James Denton

    We Are Nashville: Community Foundation of Tennessee PSA - Narrated by James Denton (2010)
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  • We Are Nashville: American Red Cross PSA - Narrated by Billy Bob Thornton

    We Are Nashville: American Red Cross PSA - Narrated by Billy Bob Thornton (2010)
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  • Logue, Inc.

    Logue, Inc. (2009)
    Film (Short and Drama) Composer A face off between corporate spy John Logue and billionaire CEO Bruce Leeks becomes deadly as they each attempt to outmaneuver one another.

  • Music City

    Music City (2009)
    Film (Short, Drama and Music) Composer A country-western troubadour tries to recapture his once former glory through a friendship with a promising young singer.

  • Rowing the Atlantic

    Rowing the Atlantic (2009)
    Film (Documentary, Short, Adventure, Biography and 1 More) Composer JB Benna's inspirational short film, entitled Rowing The Atlantic, tells the story of Roz Savages journey from an ordinary career woman to an adventurer ,facing the most intimidating challenge of her life rowing 3,000-miles across the Atlantic Ocean. We see her struggles, her shortcomings and fears and how she discovered that she had it within her to rise to this seemingly impossible task. Written by Anonymous

  • Popular Science's Future of

    Popular Science's Future of (2009)
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  • Halloween Superstar

    Halloween Superstar (2009)
    Television (Reality-TV) Composer "Spooktestants" compete for the title of Halloween Superstar.

  • Tapestries of Hope

    Tapestries of Hope (2009)
    Film (Documentary) Composer Tapestries of Hope is the story of filmmaker Michealene Cristini Risley who traveled to Zimbabwe to document the work of Betty Makoni and the Girl Child Network. The film exposes an issue that continues to be ignored: the rape and abuse of thousands of young girls in Zimbabwe by men who believe it will cure their HIV/AIDS. Written by Anonymous

  • Benny Bliss and the Disciples of Greatness

    Benny Bliss and the Disciples of Greatness (2009)
    Film (Comedy) Composer Driven by a live rockin' soul soundtrack, this madcap, semi-mockumentary depicts the escape of musician Benny Bliss from a mental institution. Benny has an epiphany during shock therapy to rid the planet of all electronic gadgets, which he believes is thwarting the growth and evolutionary process of humanity as we know it. Enlisting a bluesy band of misfits, riding in a converted handicapped school bus and putting on shows, little by little Benny and his disciples convince the masses to give up their dependence on technology, and save many-a-soul. Benny quickly spreads- his support grows, the media follows every move that he makes. But where are they going? No one knows- not even Benny, or so it seems. Written by DWG

  • The Spam Job

    The Spam Job (2009)
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  • P.S.A

    P.S.A (2009)
    Film (Short and Action) Composer A Special Forces Agent is hunted down by assassins for a case.

  • Heart Attack!

    Heart Attack! (2009)
    Film (Animation and Short) Composer A man experiences a heart attack like never before.

  • Invitation Only

    Invitation Only (2009)
    Film (Horror and Romance) Composer When Wade Chen, who is the driver of President Yang of the Weida Group, accidentally sees his boss shagging a top-model in the backseat of his car, Yang surprisingly invites him to go to a high-society party. Wade thanks and tells that he has neither money nor clothes to go to the event, but Yang tells the he would sponsor everything to Wade that could tell that is his cousin. In the invitation, the guest is requested to fulfill with the offbeat dream. In the party promoted by Mr. Warren in a warehouse, Wade gets closer to Miss Liang and two other rookies. Each one of them sees the dream coming true but sooner the quartet discovers that they are the lead attraction of the party that is promoted to torture losers in a deadly fight of classes. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • Redemption

    Redemption (2009)
    Film (Short and Drama) Composer Barry Minkow's comeback story is a powerful tale of redemption and inspiration, of second chances and of setting things right.

  • Chris & John to the Rescue!

    Chris & John to the Rescue! (2006 - 2009)
    Television (Comedy and Reality-TV) Composer Best friends and self-proclaimed "culture aficionados" Chris and John come to the rescue of those in need of the duo's unique services. Written by

  • Gemini Max & the Glowing Goddess

    Gemini Max & the Glowing Goddess (2009)
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  • Pawn

    Pawn (2009)
    Film (Short and Thriller) Composer In the aftermath of Presidential assassination, a young federal agent must interrogate the gunman to learn the truth behind the assassination. But once the truth is discovered, who will be ready to hear it?

  • Running for My Father

    Running for My Father (2009)
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  • Post Apocalyptic Pizza

    Post Apocalyptic Pizza (2009)
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  • Strange Rituals

    Strange Rituals (2009)
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  • Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures

    Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures (2006 - 2009)
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  • Chinango

    Chinango (2009)
    Film (Action and Comedy) Composer After finding his grandfather's Shaolin medallion, Braulio gets mixed up with Mexican gangsters whom end his peace, he'll handle this mess the old fashioned way - Yet his greatest rival is also the hottest Kung Fu babe in all of China.

  • Just a Little Game

    Just a Little Game (2009)
    Film (Short and Drama) Composer Danny and Dee Shumate have been waiting for this day since they were kids. It's been 5 years since they last saw their father, the man that ruined their adolescence with sexual abuse. Now that they have proof that he is doing the same thing to their eleven-year-old half-sister, they're back to rescue her and put an end to this family tradition. Written by Anonymous

  • Phil Baxter: Professional Internet Gambler

    Phil Baxter: Professional Internet Gambler (2008)
    Film (Short and Comedy) Composer An optimistic poker player pursues the life of online gambling. His wallet and girlfriend don't agree.

  • The Lawn Boy

    The Lawn Boy (2008)
    Film (Comedy and Romance) Composer A heart-warming, delightfully funny romantic comedy about a lawn boy who catches the eye of an upscale career woman. Together they must endure the pressures from their friends and family; which include his home-boys, his "Cheaters" watching sister, her snooty girlfriends, and her cocktail drinking, snobbish mother an father. Will their love carry them through it all? Written by Anonymous

  • Sanctuary

    Sanctuary (2008)
    Film Composer During the final weekend before he deploys to Iraq, Colin Hanson undergoes a crisis of identity, family, and faith. He searches for solid ground but his childhood home provides no sanctuary from his self doubts and mortal fears. It is only in the arms of an old friend and forbidden love that Colin finds his rock to rely on in war. Written by Anonymous

  • The Bell Witch Legend

    The Bell Witch Legend (2008)
    Film (Documentary and History) Composer The Bell Witch is a ghost story of American Southern Folklore. It's a tale of a sinister spirit who haunted the Bell family in Robertson County, Tennessee for a period of four years. The hauntings involved spectral creatures, disembodied voices, unbelievable violence, and even resulted in the death of John Bell... all at the hands of the infamous Bell Witch. Written by Zac Adams

  • Attack of the Yakuza

    Attack of the Yakuza (2008)
    Film (Action) Composer On an isolated ranch in the desert, one man must protect his wife from a secret past that he is now forced to confront. With the sun towering in the sky overhead, the ranch sits beneath the vast blue, isolated amidst the arid terrain, Though life is certainly evident as a house warming party ensues. Written by Anonymous

  • Ultramarathon Man: 50 Marathons, 50 States, 50 Days

    Ultramarathon Man: 50 Marathons, 50 States, 50 Days (2008)
    Film (Documentary) Composer Dean Karnazes also known as the UltraMarathon Man has inspired thousands of runners. This is the epilogue to Karnazes' 50 day expedition. Dean Karnazes completed 50 Marathons in 50 States in 50 Consecutive Days. "Sure its about running, but mostly it's about life." Written by Anonymous

  • Jellyfish Niche

    Jellyfish Niche (2008)
    Film (Animation and Short) Composer In this short animated film, a little jellyfish struggles to find his niche.

  • Sink Faze

    Sink Faze (2008)
    Film (Documentary and Sport) Composer Martin Stepanek, Mandy-Rae Cruickshank, George Lopez and Kirk Krack explore the edge of human potential in this real life quest for adventure. Explore the boundaries of their physical and psychological limits. Follow along as they train to push themselves where they and no other human beings have been before. Culminating in attempts at freediving's highest honor - World and National records. They face barriers along the way. Watch as a large team comes together to bring you Sink Faze. Shot in HD, spectacular underwater footage allows you to dive with the athletes. Special appearance by David Blaine training for his Drowned Alive stunt. Written by Grant W. Graves

  • Pond Hockey

    Pond Hockey (2008)
    Film (Documentary and Sport) Composer Pond Hockey examines the changing culture of sports through insightful interviews with hockey stars, experts, journalists and local rink rats alike. More than just a celebration of a beloved game, Pond Hockey searches the open ice for the true meaning of sport. Written by AS

  • Eastern State: Living Behind the Walls

    Eastern State: Living Behind the Walls (2008)
    Film (Documentary) Composer Eastern State: Living Behind the Walls is a chilling exploration of one of America's most notorious prisons. It opened it's doors in 1829 and operated for 142 years, closing in 1972. This film explores how the revolutionary experiment of solitary confinement was nothing more than psychological torture and how the desire to rehabilitate criminals gave way to financial realities not unlike those facing our modern day prison system. Written by Anonymous

  • I Heart Veronica Martin

    I Heart Veronica Martin (2008)
    Film (Short, Comedy, Drama and Romance) Composer High school loner, Darby Reynolds, has always been an outcast. She spends her days at L'Excite All-Girls Boarding School, high above the bleachers, watching the beautiful, scantily clad cheerleaders as they practice their routines. When Veronica Martin, Darby's current infatuation, breaks up with her cheating boyfriend, Darby befriends the All-American cheerleader. The friendship quickly blossoms into obsession, and the obsession quickly transpires into something sexual. No sooner do the two share an intimate night together that Veronica decides to resume her relationship with her boyfriend, leaving Darby confused, angry and alone. Darby quickly moves on to another beautiful female athlete - soccer player, Anna Marks, and the cycle begins all over again. Written by Sarah Howard

  • Wolverine and the X-Men

    Wolverine and the X-Men (2008)
    Television (Animation, Action, Adventure, Drama and 1 More) Music department Animated series centering on the X-men after the school was attacked by an unknown force and Professor X vanishes. Wolverine tries to bring the X-Men back together to find out what happened. Eventually they find Professor X in a comatose state. But he contacts them from the future where he awakes. And they have deal with new challenges. Written by

  • The Worm and the Egg

    The Worm and the Egg (2007)
    Film (Animation, Short, Comedy and Family) Composer A sleepy worm is pestered by a fallen egg.

  • Pirates of the Caribbean Online

    Pirates of the Caribbean Online (2007)
    Video Game (Action and Adventure) Composer A new massively multiplayer online game based on the "Pirates" franchise. Set sail on the vast blue waters of the Caribbean in search of adventure, fortune, and fame in the world of the infamous Jack Sparrow and the evil Davy Jones. Create and customize your own pirate, build and outfit your own ship, and assemble a crew of your fellow rogues. Set your own course, your own adventure, and truly live the Legend! Written by Anonymous

  • Waves an Elegy

    Waves an Elegy (2007)
    Film (Short) Composer Ellwood - a special place one father took his son. The magic that surrounds this place will be in his heart forever. Waves an elegy is a meditative journey using ocean waves an analogy for this very special father-son friendship.

  • Lovely

    Lovely (2007)
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  • Fat Guy Stuck in Internet

    Fat Guy Stuck in Internet (2007)
    Television (Comedy and Sci-Fi) Composer A computer programmer is sucked into the internet, where an evil C.E.O. tracks him down with the help of a bounty hunter.

  • FEMA City

    FEMA City (2007)
    Film (Documentary) Composer In 2004, a trailer park was set-up in a field in Charlotte County, Florida after Hurricane Charley destroyed buildings and homes. Nearly 1,500 people moved into the more than 1,000 trailers and it took on the nickname FEMA City. It is FEMA's policy to provide free emergency housing for up to 18 months. Once displaced, residents of FEMA City found that returning to their homes and to normalcy would prove to be one of the greatest challenges of their lives. Filmmaker Jamin Griffiths takes a look at the terrible toll the storm took on the community, and the long, difficult wait of most FEMA City residents to find a foothold back in the Southwest Florida area. Written by Anonymous

  • InnerState

    InnerState (2007)
    Film (Drama) Composer INNERSTATE chronicles the journey of three people living with chronic illness as they transcend their diseases to follow their dreams and find happiness within.

  • The Golden Compass

    The Golden Compass (2007)
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  • Puppet Planet: A Very New York Christmas

    Puppet Planet: A Very New York Christmas (2006)
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  • Lowballers

    Lowballers (2006)
    Film (Short and Comedy) Composer Scouring the obituaries so they can sweet-talk widows into selling their houses cheap; is there anything lower? Just the hole they're digging for themselves. Lowballers is the story of Gil, a sleazy real estate grifter and his young and naive con-artist-in training. Gil is teaching his protege a scam where Gil uses the little amount of charm he possesses to scam little old widows into selling their 'big, empty houses' to him for below the going rate. Written by Jeff Tully

  • The $100,000 Pyramid DVD Game

    The $100,000 Pyramid DVD Game (2006)
    Video Game (Game-Show) Composer The classic game show modernized and programmed to play at home on a standard DVD player.

  • Cattle Call

    Cattle Call (2006)
    Film (Comedy) Composer In Los Angeles, three guys with limited social lives hatch a plan to meet women: they'll issue a casting call for an independent film, interview actresses, and ask out the ones who interest them. Glenn is a nerd, but he has the office. Sherman has the idea - he's a hound, happy to lie, eager to meet and bed as many women as he can fool. Richie, who owns the camera, hopes to meet his true love. Within a few days, he's fallen for Marina Dell, new in town, with a boyfriend back east; Glenn is ga-ga for Laurel, and Sherman can't say no to the eager and adventurous Nikita. But how long can they sustain the fiction, and what about real feelings? Written by <>

  • The Runner: Extreme UltraRunner David Horton

    The Runner: Extreme UltraRunner David Horton (2006)
    Film (Documentary, Action and Sport) Composer THE RUNNER follows Extreme UltraRunner David Horton as he runs more than 40 miles per day for 66 consecutive days in an attempt to set the speed record on the 2,700 mile Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada. An epic adventure of human endurance. Written by Anonymous

  • Little People, Big World

    Little People, Big World (2006)
    Television (Documentary and Reality-TV) Music department In the most in-depth television documentation of the lives of Little People, the series follows the Roloffs - an extraordinary family composed of both little and average-sized people. Over six months and for 10 hours per day, the series captured the family's everyday successes and struggles. The result is an intimate view of life as a Little Person. Parents Matt and Amy Roloff are both little people - 4 feet tall - but they are determined to succeed in a world that isn't always accepting of differences. Matt has risen through the ranks of the business world, closing deals with some of Silicon Valley's most well-known companies. After being laid off, Matt decided to pursue his dream of owning his own business. Originally a stay-at-home mom but now holding down two jobs, Amy has raised four children: 15-year-old twins, Jeremy and Zach (Jeremy is average height and Zach is a little person), 12-year-old Molly and 8-year-old Jacob. Together they own and operate Roloff Farms, a sprawling 34... Written by Anonymous

  • Premonitions

    Premonitions (2005)
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  • Chris & John's Road Trip!

    Chris & John's Road Trip! (2005)
    Television (Comedy and Reality-TV) Composer 'Chris & John's ROAD TRIP!' chronicles the crazy antics of culture aficionados and OUTtv personalities Chris & John as they travel from city to city on a summer-long road trip adventure.

  • Smile

    Smile (2005)
    Film (Animation and Short) Composer This is the story of Smile, a lonely but caring happy face toy who befriends a happy face balloon. The menacing deeds of an evil Pirate lead Smile on a rescue mission to save the balloon from certain peril.

  • The Housewife

    The Housewife (2005)
    Film (Short, Action and Drama) Composer A middle class businessman orders a Kazakh bride who is living a double life. While he's at work, she is an elite assassin. When her worlds collide, which one will she choose?

  • Second Thoughts

    Second Thoughts (2005)
    Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Composer In this adaptation of a short story by acclaimed novelist Hubert Selby, Jr. (Last Exit to Brooklyn, Requiem for a Dream), an insecure man tries to impress a beautiful woman on their first date by enlisting the help of a famous restaurateur. The date goes better than he could have imagined. It's only later that he begins to have second thoughts. Written by D. Woods

  • The Good Part

    The Good Part (2005)
    Film (Short and Comedy) Composer Thirty-ish Chauncey has no wife, no life and he's about to get the boot out of his parent's lush Van Nuys pad. When Chauncey's cousin(a P.A. at Ramrod Studios) comes up with an idea for a "get rich quick" live porn web-cast, Chauncey resists. Until he finds out his cousin has dug up his super-crush of the past ten years; infamous adult film legend, Corey Wilder. Who'd have guessed the shoot would turn into a nightmare starring his overly-sexed high school alumni, know-it-all porn gurus, a gay porn director, nosy neighbors and the Van Nuys Mafia? Written by Jeff Tully

  • Devon's Ghost: Legend of the Bloody Boy

    Devon's Ghost: Legend of the Bloody Boy (2005)
    Film (Horror and Action) Composer When the Canyon High School reopens under the administration of Mr. and Mrs. Walker, the students recall Devon Anderson, a boy that killed his parents and vanished. On the first day of class, there is double homicide and Symphony, her boyfriend Craig and her friends Josh and Genesis believe that Bloody Devon is back, but the police believe in a copycat. The sensationalist reporter Miller also attributes the murder to Devon. But Devon is really back with his baseball golf and he wants to play killing people. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • Overachievers

    Overachievers (2005)
    Film (Comedy) Composer Steven and Ben are slackers, but are hyper-competitive when it comes to beating each other. When their boss, Mike Hand, unexpectedly quits, Steven and Ben become the unlikely frontrunners for "the Hand job," a promotion neither of them wants. But if one of them is promoted, it would mean that one best friend would be working for the other. Fearing that, their competitive natures set off a crude, no-holds barred fight to the finish in which no co-worker, senior citizen, pet rodent or deli sandwich is spared. Written by Anonymous

  • What's Bugging Seth

    What's Bugging Seth (2005)
    Film (Drama) Composer When Seth Singer, a young deaf man, is asked his name one hears, "Death Dinger." A minor flaw in a man who's determined to let nothing, not even his handicap, stand in his way as he ventures out into the unforgiving world. However, as he finds himself on the verge of love and a successful business he encounters an obstacle that threatens to shatter all he's worked for. Written by Eli Steele

  • The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction

    The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction (2005)
    Video Game (Action) Music department As Bruce Banner, he is merely just another guy named Bruce... but as the Incredible Hulk... he's more than a man... but a monster. Play as the Hulk as you experience the freedom to lose control. You can tear up New York City, or join the storyline and fight the madness of Emil Blonsky. Let rage become your ultimate weapon as you chose the path of the monster - creator of chaos or guardian of justice. You decide. Written by nmfan101

  • Settling the Score

    Settling the Score (2005)
    Film (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department The winner of Turner Classic Movies' 5th Annual Young Composers Competition is chosen from the top five contenders, and is exposed here in this documentary, as well as his winning score. Now he must score his first feature-length film under a bit of pressure to get it done in just over 70 days. Written by Rhyl Donnelly

  • Blue Yonder Ranch

    Blue Yonder Ranch (2004)
    Film (Short and Drama) Composer "Blue Yonder Ranch" is a beautifully rendered, engaging film about Holly, a high-class call girl , and Ross, a documentary filmmaker with a devastating secret. This is a film about two damaged people who fall in love, but due to societal constraints, ultimately cannot be together. The bond they form in one weekend brings them closer than most people get in an entire lifetime of marriage. Written by Anonymous

  • Life After

    Life After (2004)
    Film (Fantasy and Short) Composer Is an intimate, personally inspiring film about the 'rebirth' of a young, bright, and talented video maker who has been trying to assuage the pain of his mother's tragic death. The fourteen year-old boy, named Chris, has been obsessively making a documentary about Near Death survivors for four years since the fatal car accident that killed his mother. In this same accident, Chris was brought back to life, after being declared clinically dead, although he himself did not have a N.D.E. or Near Death Experience. This mysterious phenomena consumes his curiosity and pain, which eventually causes him to meet a magical and spiritual woman, Angeline, who helps guide him to begin to live his life after the death of his mother. Written by Rhett Morita

  • Freedom Park

    Freedom Park (2004)
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  • 'Hellboy': The Seeds of Creation

    'Hellboy': The Seeds of Creation (2004)
    Film (Documentary) Composer In-depth documentary about the history of the Hellboy comic book, the history of the character and the making of the 2004 movie adaptation of the same name.

  • Rush Night

    Rush Night (2004)
    Film (Comedy and Adventure) Composer Jimmy and Kevin are two frustrated college-age dorks. They don't get into parties, they don't get into clubs, and they definitely don't get chicks. But, one day, they figure out that the way to be cool and get chicks is to join a fraternity. Of course, no fraternity would take these nerds, so instead, they do the next best thing; they pose as frat guys, and crash a fraternity party. There, they meet two hot girls who seem to fall for their act. The girls explain that they've had too much to smoke and have the "munchies" for chocolate doughnuts. The guys are convinced that sexual favors will be their reward. Simple right? Not for this group. They quickly realize that Karma is a harsh mistress for those with impure motives as their mission turns into a comedic spiral into the Twilight Zone. Written by anonymous

  • House M.D.

    House M.D. (2004)
    Television (Drama and Mystery) Music department The series follows the life of anti-social, pain killer addict, witty and arrogant medical doctor Gregory House with only half a muscle in his right leg. He and his team of medical doctors try to cure complex and rare diseases from very ill ordinary people in the United States of America. Written by Samtroy

  • Lady Death

    Lady Death (2004)
    Film (Animation, Action, Fantasy and Horror) Music department Based on a comic book series. A woman burned at the stake in 15th century Sweden actually is Satan (Lucifer)'s daughter - and plots revenge against him.

  • CSI: NY

    CSI: NY (2004)
    Television (Action, Crime, Drama, Mystery and 1 More) Music department CSI Head Detective Mac Taylor and his team solve crimes in New York City.

  • One Door Down

    One Door Down (2003)
    Film (Short and Thriller) Composer A young man's migraines bring on painful visions of paranoia, but are these just visions brought on by the stresses of life, or are they morbid predictions of what may come to be?

  • The Long Road Home

    The Long Road Home (2003)
    Film (Comedy and Drama) Music department Bo Cooper, a prep-sportwriter his entire career, is 30, getting married and miserable. He returns home for the big event only to announce he's called it off. He goes on a spiritual journey (though he doesn't realize it) where he ultimately must decide will he release the past or continue on the path that's choking him? Written by Robert David Cochrane

  • Tarzan

    Tarzan (2003)
    Television (Action, Adventure, Drama, Mystery and 1 More) Music department This thrilling contemporary take transforms the classic Tarzan tale into a rapid-fire adventure, an intriguing mystery and, most of all, a fiery love story. Strong-willed NYPD detective Jane Porter's perfectly ordered life turns upside down when a routine case unexpectedly leads her to primal and passionate Tarzan, now loose in the urban jungles of New York City. After plucking the mysterious feral man from his wild home, Tarzan's billionaire uncle, the CEO of powerful Greystoke Industries, stops at nothing to 'civilize' Tarzan in his own image. And, inexorably attracted to Tarzan's dangerous yet profoundly innocent nature, Jane wrestles with reason and instinct, civilization and savagery, her heart and her head. Written by Anonymous

  • The Beat

    The Beat (2003)
    Film (Action, Comedy and Drama) Music department In a split narrative, a young man follows two paths: his father's dream of him becoming a cop, and his own dream of becoming a rapper

  • Falling. In Love

    Falling. In Love (2002)
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  • Into the Flames

    Into the Flames (2002)
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  • The Trial

    The Trial (2002)
    Film (Action, Comedy, Drama, Family and 1 More) Composer A hip-hop mix of love, music and faith.

  • School Colors

    School Colors (2002)
    Film (Comedy, Short and Family) Composer A group of students team together to overthrow a corrupted school.

  • Casablanca

    Casablanca (2002)
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  • Bratz

    Bratz (2002)
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  • The Guardian

    The Guardian (2001)
    Television (Drama and Crime) Music department Nick Fallin is a hotshot lawyer working at his father's ultrasuccessful Pittsburgh law firm. Unfortunately, the high life has gotten the best of Nick. Arrested for drug use, he's sentenced to do fifteen hundred hours of community service, somehow to be squeezed into his 24/7 cutthroat world of mergers, acquisitions, and board meetings. Reluctantly, he's now The Guardian, a part-time child advocate at Legal Aid Services, where one case after another is an eye-opening instance of kids caught up in difficult circumstances. Written by GG

  • The Agency

    The Agency (2001)
    Television (Drama and Thriller) Music department A look at the inner workings of the CIA.

  • The Scary Side of Randall Coombe

    The Scary Side of Randall Coombe (2001)
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  • Coming Home

    Coming Home (2000)
    Film (Short, Drama and Family) Composer In a poignant film about the difficulty of forgiving the ones you love, an adolescent boy is suddenly confronted by the return of his alcoholic, abusive father who seeks redemption. Written by Patrick Clark

  • The Rules of Etiquette

    The Rules of Etiquette (1999)
    Film (Comedy) Composer A 1950's educational film narrator invades a modern-day multiplex.

  • Pono: The Secret of Hawaii

    Pono: The Secret of Hawaii
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