After falling in love with "Fur Elise" at age 8, Regan "High Priestess" set her course to be a composer. Now her resume is long and filled with accolades from her work scoring everything from film trailers (Munich, The New World, Team America, Resident Evil, Lost, The Grid, Alias, 24 and The Life of David Gale) to theatre (Labyrinth of Jareth, Oceania, Astra von Berlifitzing, Cabinet of Dr. Caligari). Her passion extends to the harp which she has performed all over the world including Australia with the band "Love in the Circus", London, Switzerland, Bali, and as a special guest at a Fairy festival in Cornwall, England. In the states she's performed at Burning Man, Faerieworlds, Conscious Life Expo, Pantheacon, Comicon and as an opera singing mermaid in an underwater themed cirque show, Oceania.
Film (Musical and Sci-Fi) Composer DANGER DIVA is a cyberpunk musical/thriller about a hard rocking singer who is coerced into becoming an electronically enhanced new-music diva by her high tech billionaire patron. Set in the near future, her singing voice is used to control and energize the brains of employees that are being used as external hard drives for the corporations' high tech clients. Referred to as Brain Cattle, the workers operate in a digital sweatshop processing binary algorithms and function musically as a chorus for the diva. DANGER DIVA explores the conflict between high tech vs. high touch, and what it means to be human in a digitally enhanced bio-tech future.
Splinter Cell Guards
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Loud and Deep
Film (Short and Comedy) Composer Down-and-out Wilbur Tuttle's luck changes when he intercepts a remote control that will cause anyone he points it at to do ... er, unmentionable things. Should Wilbur use the device to get revenge on his enemies? Hell yeah! Soon Wilbur is causing a citywide crisis of emulsions. Meanwhile, the mysterious owners of the device will stop at nothing to get their prize back... Written by Anonymous
The Making of a Dream: Behind the Scenes
Film (Documentary, Short, Biography, History and 1 More) Composer Follow a new dance-theater troupe as they endeavor to produce their very first show, "Astra", an original work based on tales by Edgar Allan Poe. In true Poe style, the troupe decides to mount the show in Black Rock City, Nevada home of the week- long art festival, "Burning Man". Every year 40,000 people drive into the desert with enough food, water, shelter, wind, sun and dust protection, trash bags and provisions for a week. The only commerce in the city is barter and exchange. And the nearest town is 2 hours away. This is the location for the first performance of The Astra Dance Company, for which they coordinated a cast and crew of 25 to survive and perform in the middle of the desert. Loaded up with wardrobe, props, set, lights, sound, hair and make-up, generators, tarps, rope, rebar, scripts, ballet shoes, duvetyn, kerosene, fire tools and bug nets the company U-haul pulls onto the highway for a 17 hour drive to the stage. Live fire, cellulites, a 2:00AM trip to the hospital, ... Written by Autumn Fawn
Film (Short, Crime and Drama) Composer Set at a ten-year high-school reunion and interspersed with visually charged flashbacks, REUNION tells the story of the victims killed in the Columbine Massacre and what their lives might have been like had they not been cut short.
Film (Documentary) Composer John Lamb Lash, comparative mythologist and author of the classic book, Not In His Image, offers an examination of the truths hidden deep within the ancient Gnostic sects of Europe. Two thousand years ago the Pagan religion of Gnosticism was one of the world's largest religious belief systems. The Gnostics held a deep reverence for the earth in all its wonder and beauty. In contrast to the teachings of the patriarchal and monotheistic religious traditions, the Gnostic creation mythos was centered upon the compelling story of the Wisdom Goddess Sophia. This knowledge, which offers us new insight into the power of the earth as a vital living being, has been brought forth today as a fundamental part of the Gaia theory. The Gnostics had many beliefs that were considered heretical by the emerging Christian populations of classical Europe. John Lamb Lash acquaints us with their unique perspective on the nature of human experience and the destructive power of the mysterious beings they ... Written by Anonymous
Nora Ephron Should Die
Film (Short and Comedy) Composer TC is awakened by Franklin calling from jail after trying to "sing" back the girl of his dreams. After bailing Franklin out of jail, TC takes franklin out to explain that life is NOT a romantic comedy.
Misty & Sara
Film (Short and Comedy) Composer "When life gets you down, don't forget to inhale!" Sara had a bad day, Misty's just along for the ride! Misty plans a night of adventure for her best friend, Sara, who's suffering from "I-wish-I-had-itis". Words from the past inspire an evening of fun and frivolity, involving cocaine, lingerie, golf, and a lot of ganja...not necessarily in that order. Sara had a bad day, Misty's just along for the ride! Misty plans a night of adventure for her best friend, Sara, who's suffering from "I-wish-I-had-itis". An old diary inspires an evening of fun and frivolity, involving cocaine, lingerie, golf, and a lot of ganja...not necessarily in that order...in hopes to prove to Sara that there is no hope for a better past. Written by Jason Marsden
Film (Short and Drama) Composer Hugh serves the corporate world as an expert "headhunter." When a company needs new executives, his job is interviewing applicants and weeding out the weak. His ruthless methods begin to affect his personal life, dissolving his humanity into a cold mercantile evaluation process. But one day Hugh goes too far and stomps someone who doesn't have much to lose... Written by Serpico
Film (Short, Drama and Thriller) Composer Janie is a jobless, 31-year-old woman in a troubled relationship. Unhappy with her life, she seeks help from psychologist Dr. Flowers. Over a series of therapy sessions, Flowers convinces Janie that her life is not what it seems and that she is repressing a terrible secret from her childhood, which is the root of her current problems. Soon horrifying memories of sexual abuse begin coming back to Janie. But are Janie's memories real...or a product of her therapist's suggestions? Written by Anonymous
Film (Short and Horror) Composer A woman's failed anesthetic during heart surgery leaves her fully conscious and able to feel all pain--but paralyzed and unable to warn anyone.
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Film (Horror, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Composer Baron Frankenstein (cousin of the late scientist who created the famous monster) lives in seclusion on his idyllic island retreat off the coast of Botswana. Here is were he decides to invest his enormous wealth into the research of transient algorithms around Africa's sub continent. In doing so he unleashes a deadly virus into the atmosphere that mutates and takes on a pathogen like life of its own as it's sets out to destroy all in its path. All except one thing, the son of Frankenstein's monster! Will it succeed in destroying the retro virus??? Written by Garry Hawes