Dominique Preyer

Dominique Preyer

Hear It - Clear It Music Supervision
Music Supervisor

San Antonio, Texas

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About Dominique

Dominique is a professional music supervisor who has music supervised over 85+ films and television projects and is the principal executive and owner of the company he founded in 2009, Hear It - Clear It Music Supervision, a multi-faceted, full service music supervision and consultation company based in San Antonio Texas. Prior to forming HiCi, Dominique was the music supervisor and one of the film producers at Spin Cycle Films for five years. Dominique is also a current member of the Guild of Music Supervisors.

During the past 13 years, Dominique has been the music supervisor for directors and producers such as Joel Schumacher, Terrence Malick, Rawson Marshall Thurber, Joshua Marston, Clark Johnson, Karyn Kusama, Nancy Savoca, David & Nathan Zellner, Chris Ohlson, R. Michael Givens and many more.

Dominique is the music supervisor behind such films as "Damsel," starring Robert Pattinson and Mia Wasikowska, which will have its world premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, "Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter" which also made its world premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and exhibited in theaters nationwide. "Old Fashioned" was released on Valentine's Day weekend (2015) and set a new record for best-performing Christian film in fewer than 300 theaters as measured by Box Office Mojo. It has grossed almost $2M at the box office.

Currently, Dominique is the music supervisor on a variety of feature films such as "Call Me Brother" and "6th Street Blues" staring blues man Norman Sylvester. See all 85+ films listed on IMDb http://www.imdb.me/dominiquepreyer.

Dominique has served on several music & film panels and workshops such as the 2013 Springboard South Music Festival (Music Supervisor Panelist, Licensing Mentor), 2013 Austin Music Foundation (Music Publishing 101 Panel - Panelist), 2012 SXSW Film Conference (The Not So Sexy Side of Music For Film and TV - Moderator/Panelist), 2011 San Antonio Film Festival (Music Clearance & Licensing Workshop for Film & TV) and 2010 & 2009 Austin Film Festival (Music Licensing for Film). He has also been a guest speaker at the University of Texas for the First Year MFA Students several times speaking about music clearance in films.

Credits

  • A Strike and an Uprising in Texas

    A Strike and an Uprising in Texas (2018)
    Film (Documentary) Music department In 1938, Emma Tenayuca led 10,000 pecan shellers' in a massive strike. In 1987, black women led a march of 3,000 through the streets of Nacogdoches. Experimental and contemporary, the film ends with the removal of the Jefferson Davis statue at UT-Austin.

  • Damsel

    Damsel (2018)
    Film (Comedy, Drama and Western) Music department A businessman travels West to join his fiancée in the mountains.

  • Call Me Brother

    Call Me Brother (2017)
    Film (Comedy) Music department Add a Plot »

  • Love Radio

    Love Radio (2017)
    Film (Short and Comedy) Music department A DJ is tired of working at a radio station that plays nothing but love songs. The station's manager tries to inject some passion. Comedy, drama, and suspense hit the airwaves.

  • Tuesday Crowd

    Tuesday Crowd (2017)
    Film (Short, Comedy and Thriller) Music department Tuesday Crowd is a dark comedic thriller that follows the lives of several people over the span of a Tuesday night, but as the night quickly escalates from mundane to surreal, characters find themselves in bizarre situations that are only heightened by the eerie nature of the graveyard shift. The film is an intense and wacky thrill ride that pokes fun at humanity, but also shows that everything might not be as humdrum as it initially seems. Written by Anonymous

  • Cut in Half

    Cut in Half (2017)
    Film (Short, Drama and Family) Music department Two Sisters. One Choice.

  • Haunt

    Haunt (2017)
    Film (Short and Drama) Music department Woman and Man. Intensity and passion. Hello and goodbye. He is the one that continues to haunt her. Haunt is about the one that got away.

  • Split Persona

    Split Persona (2017)
    Film (Short, Drama and Family) Music department Never Alone.

  • Scenarios Usa Shorts: Cut in Half

    Scenarios Usa Shorts: Cut in Half (2017)
    Film (Short, Drama and Family) Music department Two Muslim sisters and their family must cope with the eldest daughter's leukemia diagnosis and her decisions about life and death. Directed by Susan Seidelman ('Desperately Seeking Susan'). Written by Leen Shumman.

  • Scenarios Usa Shorts: Split Persona

    Scenarios Usa Shorts: Split Persona (2017)
    TV Movie (Drama) Music department The bond between twin sisters starts to fray when their mother starts showing signs of suicidal depression. Still, they need each other - but have they grown too far apart? Directed by Bradley Rust Gray. Written by Mayraleeh Nelson.

  • Archangel Alpha

    Archangel Alpha (2016)
    Film (Action, Romance, Sci-Fi and War) Music department In the shadow of an imminent ice age, Elena's nation of Praetoria is locked in a decade-long war with the Socialist Republics Directorate (SRED). On the surface, it is a war for dwindling resources, but in reality it is a life and death struggle for survival. Elena encounters Alexandra, the SRED ace of aces, first in the skies above her homeland and then again during a chance meeting in civilian life. Elena's friend and mentor, Grigori, cautions against getting involved with her. Bryn, Alex's wingman and confidante, advises the same. However, Elena and Alexandra are drawn together by a singular event and start an ill-fated relationship. Try as they might, the four friends find themselves drawn into a tangle of intrigue, betrayal and heartbreak as nationalistic pride and religious fanaticism set their worlds on a spiraling path to destruction. Written by Aaron D. Martin

  • Angeltown

    Angeltown (2016)
    Film (Short and Drama) Music department A Korean Marilyn Monroe wanders the City of Angels and confronts her past.

  • Rocket

    Rocket (2016)
    Film (Short, Action, Drama, History and 1 More) Music department Rocket takes you out of your world and into the world of 1950's dirt track racing. When a champion driver is killed right before he reaches the finish line of a 1947 locals race, his legacy falls on the shoulder of his only child...a daughter named Annie. Twelve years later, Annie lives a reclusive life on the remnants of her father's ranch. When a privileged and wealthy man named Weston unexpectedly shows up on Annie's farm, she is tasked with teaching him the ins and outs of competitive dirt track racing, while at the same time searching for a self-identity she can comfortably wear. Written by Sarah Hulsman

  • The Conway Curve

    The Conway Curve (2015)
    Film (Comedy, Crime, Drama and Family) Music department When Natalie Conway's father passes away, she believes she will forever be on her own. So when her long lost brother, Luke, returns after a twenty-year hiatus she's elated. He's a missing piece to a familial puzzle that she believed lost. There's only one problem - Luke is a notorious scam-artist, and Natalie is the sole heir to their family's small fortune. Her feelings and his motives collide as brother and sister vie to get what they desire.

  • The Love Inside

    The Love Inside (2015)
    Film (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Music department When Vaughn invites his closest friends to a cabin in rural Texas to meet his fiancee, he expects a relaxing weekend reminiscing about the old days. But when his best friend arrives with his ex-girlfriend, long repressed feelings are reawakened and his engagement is suddenly thrown into doubt in this story of love, sex, and other failures.

  • Veracity

    Veracity (2015)
    Film (Short and Drama) Music department Veracity is about a popular African American student, Olivia, who is outed by her friends after she acts on feelings for a new girl at her high school. Written by Janaya Greene when she was a high school senior on the South Side of Chicago, Veracity explores the tensions and stigma of being gay in the Black community. Veracity was directed by Seith Mann (Walking Dead, Homeland).

  • I Will Not Fear

    I Will Not Fear (2015)
    Film (Short) Music department Ed Rusk realized the value of a relationship with God during an Ironman distance race in Penticton, Canada. He spent six months preparing for the event. He was ready to set a personal record. But halfway through the swim he started throwing up. Trying to persevere, Ed started the bike ride. But by mile twenty, things were even worse. He was ready to quit. Then, God stepped in.

  • Aleah

    Aleah (2015)
    Film (Short and Drama) Music department Caught in the crossfire of who she is and where she is.

  • Returning to Ananda

    Returning to Ananda (2014)
    TV Movie (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Music department Returning to Ananda is a one hour heartfelt, coming of age, made for television series about being lost in a town where everyone has found themselves. Welcome to the picturesque, Iowa town in which Ananda, our main character, grew up, the epicenter of the Transcendental Meditation Movement: Fairfield Iowa. You know, the Beatles guru, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi? Yes, him. Ananda, a rebellious pornographic cartoonist who is incapable of commitment and always getting herself into trouble, reluctantly returns to this tiny town to introduce her six-year old daughter, Izzy, to her father and get her birth certificate signed so that she can stay in school. When she gets there, Ananda is forced to reconcile who she really is, and in doing so finds that truly knowing yourself is more profound than you might think. If you have ever lived in a small town and left for bigger and better dreams, if you have ever been touched by Eastern Philosophy and it's changed your life, or have ever known anyone ... Written by Deja Bernhardt

  • Old Fashioned

    Old Fashioned (2014)
    Film (Drama and Romance) Music department Clay, a small town antique store owner trying to leave his shame behind, rents the apartment above his store to a wandering girl. Elizabeth travels from town to town until her gas tank is empty, never staying long enough to make a real connection. As she gets to know her reticent landlord, a courtship develops. Clay goes slow and Elizabeth tries to push, and everyone wonders why he's so determined to be difficult. The real question is whether these two people can endure an old fashioned romance in a modern world. Along the way we learn about both their pasts and meet some of the people who have influenced them, for better or worse. We see some of the challenges of modern romance and dating. Written by somejenshine

  • Thank You a Lot

    Thank You a Lot (2014)
    Film (Drama) Music department A struggling, two-bit music manager will lose his job unless he signs a reclusive country music singer, James Hand, who also happens to be his estranged father.

  • Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter

    Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter (2014)
    Film (Drama) Music department A jaded Japanese woman becomes convinced that a satchel of money buried and lost in a fictional film, Fargo, is in fact, real. With a crudely drawn treasure map and limited preparation, she escapes her structured life in Tokyo and embarks on a foolhardy quest across the tundra of Minnesota in search of her mythical fortune. Written by Anonymous

  • Speechless

    Speechless (2013)
    Film (Short and Drama) Music department Desmond has a secret he cannot share with anyone. The family, the school, the white picket fence community surrounding him do not provide solace. Support of a new friend and the need for the cycle to end pushes Desmond to share his story of being sexually assaulted. Having said everything, he now sees his way to recovery. Written by Anonymous

  • Sins Invalid

    Sins Invalid (2013)
    Film (Documentary, Short, Biography, Music and 1 More) Music department A documentary about a performance project that incubates and celebrates artists with disabilities, centralizing artists of color and queer and gender-variant artists as communities who have been historically marginalized. The performance work of Sins Invalid serves as an entryway into the absurdly taboo topic of sexuality and disability. Since 2006, our performances have explored themes of sexuality, embodiment, and the disabled body, impacting thousands through live performance. The path to the stage and the performance itself manifest a new paradigm -- disability justice. Written by Anonymous

  • Red Wing

    Red Wing (2013)
    Film (Drama and Romance) Music department A socially thought-provoking and stirring love story based on the French novella, 'François Le Champi' by George Sand. Written by Anonymous

  • Hafu: The Mixed-Race Experience in Japan

    Hafu: The Mixed-Race Experience in Japan (2013)
    Film (Documentary and Biography) Music department A journey into the intricacies of mixed-race Japanese and their multicultural experiences in modern day Japan. For some hafus, Japan is the only home they know, for some living in Japan is an entirely new experience, and the others are caught somewhere between two different worlds. Written by Anonymous

  • Good Night

    Good Night (2013)
    Film (Comedy and Drama) Music department Leigh's 29th birthday party takes a sudden turn when she announces that the evening may be the last time her friends see her alive. A night of questions, coping and debauchery immediately follow.

  • The Tale of Timmy Two Chins

    The Tale of Timmy Two Chins (2013)
    Film (Short, Comedy, Drama and Family) Music department Timmy wants nothing more than to catch the eye of his high school crush. Teased at school for being "Timmy Two Chins," his weight makes him feel unmanly and invisible. A big mistake forces him to take a hard look at himself. Being manly and powerful is not about muscles, Timmy realizes, it begins with appreciating himself and the people around him. Written by Anonymous

  • The Bright Side

    The Bright Side (2013)
    Film (Short, Drama, Musical and Romance) Music department With a nation on the brink of war in December of 1941, a young theater performer who dreams of becoming a Hollywood star lets go of his past fears to try to win over the girl of his dreams.

  • The Midwife's Husband

    The Midwife's Husband (2012)
    Film (Short and Drama) Music department The Midwife's Husband is a powerful drama about forgiveness, self-reflection and the rebirth of a marriage. William, an aging Austin musician married to the town midwife-a Beacon in her community, is caught cheating on his wife. When he and his wife are faced with a life-threatening childbirth, they are forced to see their marriage in a new light. Based on a True Story. Written by Anonymous

  • The Taiwan Oyster

    The Taiwan Oyster (2012)
    Film (Adventure, Comedy and Drama) Music department Two Ex-Pat Kindergarten teachers in Taiwan embark on a quixotic odyssey to bury a fellow countryman.

  • Devil Seed

    Devil Seed (2012)
    Film (Horror) Music department This movie is about Alex, a returning college student who moves in with her girlfriends after the holidays. They go out and have quite a few drinks and on the way home Alex and her friend Jessica go to a psychic where Alex has an episode and freaks out her friend and the psychic. The next day Alex doesn't have any memory of what happened and her friends think there's something going on with her. Over time, she starts having things happen to her, scratches, visions and ultimately rape from some being. Her friends start to worry about her even more and things take a turn for the worst when she loses control. What is inside her, and will they all live? Written by Michael Hallows Eve

  • Off Label

    Off Label (2012)
    Film (Documentary, Drama and History) Music department A road trip through medicalized America, examining the pervasiveness of pharmaceutical drugs through the lives of eight very unique characters.

  • Can

    Can (2012)
    Film (Documentary) Music department 36-year-old Vietnamese-American, Can Truong was raised to be strong-minded. He was a model student aspiring to be a doctor one day and got into the University of Chicago. At the University of Chicago, he had problems concentrating and studying so he sought professional help. He was diagnosed with depression and later hospitalized for it. While taking an anti-depressant, he experienced a manic episode. In his mania, he bought a brand new car for $32K, and he had grandiose ideas about changing the world. He thought he could single-handedly leverage the stock market. Can was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and was eventually forced to leave college. Over a 12-year period, Can tried more than 20 different medication and underwent 15 electro-convulsive shock treatments. Written by Anonymous

  • Trash Dance

    Trash Dance (2012)
    Film (Documentary, Comedy, Family and Music) Music department Sometimes inspiration can be found in unexpected places. Choreographer Allison Orr finds beauty and grace in garbage trucks, and in the men and women who pick up our trash. Filmmaker Andrew Garrison follows Orr as she joins city sanitation workers on their daily routes to listen, learn, and ultimately to convince them to collaborate in a unique dance performance. Hard working, often carrying a second job, their lives are already full with work, family and dreams of their own. But some step forward, and after months of rehearsal, two dozen trash collectors and their trucks perform an extraordinary spectacle. On an abandoned airport runway, thousands of people show up to see how in the world a garbage truck can "dance." Written by Matt Johnston/Joel Heller

  • How I Lost My Birthday

    How I Lost My Birthday (2012)
    Film (Short, Drama, Family and Fantasy) Music department On the Eve of her 8th Birthday, Cinta and her mother must leave the USA and move to Bali where her parents are from. Cinta does not know this move is because her parents are divorcing. During the flight she realizes she has not only lost everything else in her life but her birthday as well as a result of crossing the International Date Line. She thinks of the Wayang Kulit, the Balinese Shadow Puppets that her father and her play with and uses them to imagine a world less harsh to her little girl heart. In this coming of age story, years later Cinta learns to forgive her parents and come to terms with what it means to take responsibility for her own life. Written by Anonymous

  • A Tribute to Harriet Tubman

    A Tribute to Harriet Tubman (2012)
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  • Big Boy

    Big Boy (2011)
    Film (Comedy, Drama and Music) Music department BIG BOY tells the sometimes funny, sometimes painful story of what happens to a family and to lifelong friendships when a divorced mother joins her son's struggling rock band. As the band's musical fortunes immediately improve, relationships just as quickly unravel. Written by Anonymous

  • In the Shadow

    In the Shadow (2011)
    Film (Drama) Music department Exhausted from the demands of his abilities as a healer, Diego lives in isolation on a small island in his native Puerto Rico. However, his quiet life is disrupted when Hilary, an American documentarian, arrives to continue her project on migration and identity. Attracted to Diego's mystery and the local gossip about him, she becomes close to him, but discovers his "talent" has a violent edge, one that brings painful consequences to both of them. Written by Anonymous

  • Poppies

    Poppies (2011)
    Video (Music) Music department Add a Plot »

  • Blue Devils: Pride of the South Side

    Blue Devils: Pride of the South Side (2011)
    Film (Documentary and Sport) Music department NEVER SETTLE FOR SECOND BEST -- not just on the field but in everything you do. That's the mantra of Richard Sanchez -- head coach of Sunnyside High School's football Blue Devils. BLUE DEVILS: PRIDE OF THE SOUTH SIDE chronicles two seasons in the life of Southern Arizona's most talked about high school football program. Written by Anonymous

  • Slacker 2011

    Slacker 2011 (2011)
    Film (Drama) Music department Add a Plot »

  • A Man Made Early

    A Man Made Early (2011)
    Film (Short) Music department High school senior, Tony Rodriguez, struggles with the decision of attending a college close to home or accepting a scholarship from a university in another state. Tony will have to confront peer pressure, cultural limitations, and family expectations to make his own decisions. Written by Anonymous

  • Man in the Mirror

    Man in the Mirror (2011)
    Film (Short) Music department Jason Gutierrez is a Puerto Rican from New York City and the quintessential All-American guy. Status comes at a high price as rumors spread that Jason is gay. With his identity questioned, Jason pushes himself to understand who he is and how far he will go to prove that he's just one of the boys.

  • On the Day: The Story of the Spirit of Scotland Pipe Band

    On the Day: The Story of the Spirit of Scotland Pipe Band (2011)
    Film (Documentary) Music department A documentary following a pipe band of top solo players, created from scratch for the 2008 World Pipe Band Championships. What are their chances after just six days of practice? Will they even qualify? In the end, all that matters is what happens 'on the day'. Written by Joseph Brady

  • Corruption.Gov

    Corruption.Gov (2010)
    Film (Thriller) Music department African exchange student, Stan Rohamba arrives in the U.S., excited to be a part of the "model democratic system". While campaigning for a powerful American senator, Stan uncovers a host of dishonest activity leading directly back to his home country of Mombaire. His discoveries could cost him his life. Written by Anonymous

  • Shadowboxing

    Shadowboxing (2010)
    Film (Drama) Music department An offbeat yet serious family drama about coming home, arrested development and infidelity.

  • The Vern: A One Hit Wonder Story

    The Vern: A One Hit Wonder Story (2010)
    Film Music department A man travels from New York to LA to see his son for the first time and gets stuck in a small Texas town and involved in a double murder.

  • Beyond the Chair

    Beyond the Chair (2010)
    Film (Documentary, Adventure, Drama, Family and 1 More) Music department At the age of 29, the idea of being stuck in the same predictable 9 to 5 job was only the start of what terrified Andrew Shelley. Looking back on his life, he realized that over the years he had been constantly watching the man he wanted to be drift away. Everything started at birth; the diagnosis of muscular degenerative disease predetermined a larger portion of his life, this included needing a wheelchair before the age of 25. His career was also inherited. Coming from a family of engineers (both grandfathers, all uncles, his father, and brother) he naturally fell into the trade with no consideration of personal happiness. Life in a cubicle meant exchanging the extreme adventurous life he had pictured as a child, for settling with fleeting weekend getaways. And while most guys can't stand commitment, Andrew doesn't find any joy in being a bachelor. It appeared that his life was whittling away day by day, along with his 90 lb body, to become nothing of what he wanted. Every person ... Written by Anonymous

  • Austin Entertainment Live!

    Austin Entertainment Live! (2010)
    Television (Talk-Show) Music department Add a Plot »

  • Angel Camouflaged

    Angel Camouflaged (2010)
    Film (Drama and Music) Music department This rock and roll drama stars, James Brolin, Carlos Bernard, Tessie Santiago, The Marshall Tucker Band, Kurtis Blow, Patty Smyth and the rock and roll sensation from South Africa that lit up the screen on Rockstar Supernova, Dilana. When rock star sensation, Scottie B., falls prey to the demons of fame, she escapes the music scene only to find herself face to face with her destiny once again and even greater challenges when she inherits a little bar that was once owned by a woman with the same spirit and voice of an angel. This exciting rock and roll adventure shot was in the desert of California and the low country of South Carolina. Angel Camouflaged is the journey of SCOTTIE, a rock and roll singer whose struggle with substance abuse causes her music career to implode. Scottie bails on her manager/brother, MORGAN, to hide out in the Mojave Desert. Her peaceful new life is disturbed when Morgan calls and tells her that they inherited a bar in far-off South Carolina. Scottie is ... Written by Michael Givens

  • Roads to Mecca

    Roads to Mecca (2010)
    Film (Documentary) Music department Islam is the world's second largest and fastest growing religion; the Hajj is its greatest public rite. Last year three million Muslims from over a 125 countries made the annual pilgrimage to Mecca. For fourteen hundred years the Hajj has provided a spiritual destination to millions of men and women around the world. ROADS TO MECCA follows the Muslim and non Muslim members of an international film crew as they attempt to make the first IMAX movie ever made on the Hajj. The film interweaves IMAX footage of the 14th century pilgrimage of the great Moroccan traveler Ibn Battuta, with the filmmakers' four year struggle to film in Saudi Arabia where cinema is banned, and in Mecca where entrance for non-Muslims is strictly forbidden. As Ibn Battuta joyfully reaches Mecca and performs the Hajj, the film portrays the personal journey of several Muslim filmmakers as they too experience the Hajj for the first time. The result is an unique portrait of one of history's most enduring rites. From ... Written by T. Davies

  • Mars

    Mars (2010)
    Film (Animation, Comedy and Sci-Fi) Music department The discovery of life on Mars places a robotic expedition and a manned mission in a race to the Red Planet. On the way we discover that love - biological, spiritual, and even mechanical - can flourish in all kinds of ways.

  • The Ascent

    The Ascent (2010)
    Film (Action, Drama and Thriller) Music department Mountain guide, Emily Wilks, is forced to lead a group of men up the perilous Devil's Peak. But leading the group up Devil's Peak is just a stalling tactic until Emily reveals her own dark secret.

  • Holyrood

    Holyrood (2009)
    Film (Documentary and History) Music department In the 2007 election for the Scottish Parliament, the Scottish National Party, with an ultimate goal of independence from the UK, beats incumbent Labour by one vote, largely because of Tony Blair, George Bush and the Iraq war.

  • The Lights

    The Lights (2009)
    Film (Horror) Music department Four friends set out on a road trip to catch a better view of a once-in-a-lifetime meteor shower.

  • 16 Blades of Grass

    16 Blades of Grass (2009)
    Film (Documentary and Short) Music department Follows the inspirational journey of Naina, Niru and their boarding school classmates in Gujarat, India. As these 16 tenth-grade girls prepare for the crucial board examinations that will largely determine their futures, they must battle with a myriad of feelings, including fear and doubt -- for this is their one chance to fulfill their dreams and create lives far different from the villages they left behind. This documentary explores the ways in which education remains limited in rural India for all children, as well as the challenges that young women in particular must overcome to advance from traditional societal roles and village mentalities. Although India has boomed tremendously in recent years, major impediments remain in the access and quality of education in villages, which constitute 70% of the country's population. Written by filmscience

  • Take a Bow

    Take a Bow (2009)
    Film (Documentary) Music department "Take a Bow" is a documentary about developmentally disabled kids staging a musical at a private school in Illinois. This immersion-film chronicles four kids varying in disabilities as they work towards opening night. Interspersed with play preparations interviews with parents, faculty, and students spotlight the surprising lack of resources available for disabled Americans. Given the challenges awaiting them following graduation, this play is one of the only moments in which these special children can really shine. Written by Anonymous

  • Misunderstood

    Misunderstood (2009)
    Film (Short and Drama) Music department A short film about youth and masculinity.

  • Harmony and Me

    Harmony and Me (2009)
    Film (Comedy) Music department Stubbornly embracing his own unhappiness on the heels of a recent breakup, loquacious young songwriter Harmony's self-imposed exile into misery serves as a source of irritation to his headstrong mother, and a curious source of amusement to his eccentric friends. Written by FilmBox Arthouse

  • The Fashion Po Po

    The Fashion Po Po (2009)
    Film (Short and Comedy) Music department A comedic webisode series based in Austin, Texas otherwise known as the third coast. The premise is to show average people that they can be stylish with little money and lots of creativity.

  • The Overbrook Brothers

    The Overbrook Brothers (2009)
    Film (Comedy and Drama) Music department Sibling rivalry in spades. Against his better judgment, Jason and Shelly, his girlfriend of three years, drive across Colorado for Christmas with his dad and brothers. A fight soon erupts between Jason and his competitive, critical, and constantly-talking brother Todd. After Todd drops a bomb about Jason's parents, Jason drives off with Shelly toward Austin, Texas, to get to the bottom of things. Jason and Shelly object but Todd insinuates himself into the mix, and soon the brothers are competing in foolish games while Jason ignores Shelly. She bails, leaving the boys to sort things out with each other and with Overbrook, the place that might have the answers. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

  • Isaiah's Children

    Isaiah's Children (2009)
    Film (Documentary and Music) Music department African and Middle Eastern politics intersect in Isaiah's Children, a film about tribes wrenched apart and new ones pieced together following a dangerous exodus to a new world. Thousands of Sudanese refugees risk their lives crossing Egypt's Sinai into Israel, an enemy nation for refugees from Sudan. Amid an uncertain future, members of historically warring tribes unite in a foreign land through family, faith, music, and an eerie biblical prophecy from the Book of Isaiah. Then suddenly, 48 refugees vanish... Written by Blue Cabin Films

  • Secret at Arrow Lake

    Secret at Arrow Lake (2009)
    Film (Drama) Music department Mia Williams, raised on the family Bed & Breakfast by Sara, a loving single mom grows up believing her father was lost, M.I.A., in the Gulf War. A tragic accident results in the sudden death of Sara and Mia finds herself alone to care for the B&B while attending college. Daniel Williams, a hard-edged businessman from New York, arrives at the B&B and Mia suspects he may be her lost father. The townsfolk believe he may be responsible for Sara's death. As events unfold, Daniel clears his name and finds acceptance from the community and Mia finds a father at last. Written by Bonnie Orr

  • Bitter Memories

    Bitter Memories (2008)
    Film (Short) Music department Rob has watched his father abuse his mother forever and can't understand why she puts up with it. When feelings of jealousy bring him face to face with his own violent tendencies toward women, he is devastated. In order to become the kind of man he wants to be, he must confront his father's behavior and change his own. Written by Scenarios USA

  • Manchild

    Manchild (2008)
    Film (Short and Drama) Music department Tommy is a young man who works hard to make it to graduation, to be a good friend and a good boyfriend, and to raise his three sisters. On his 18th birthday, Tommy must reckon with both his past and his future to define for himself what it means to become a man. Written by RY

  • I'll Come Running

    I'll Come Running (2008)
    Film (Drama and Romance) Music department Pelle is in Texas with two other Danes when he's had enough of travel; he wants to go home. His friends drive on, and a waitress suggests he stay the night in her empty bedroom. Her flatmate Veronica walks him home by way of a party; they hit it off and spend two days having fun, mostly in her bed, calling each other "Milhouse" and "Lisa." He tells stories about Denmark and Søren, his quixotic best friend. Pelle and Veronica exchange numbers; after a fatal car crash, she decides she must go to Denmark immediately. Once there, she meets Pelle's family and Søren: her lack of Danish leads to misunderstandings. What is she doing there? Can feelings of connection migrate to others? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

  • Lovely, Still

    Lovely, Still (2008)
    Film (Drama and Romance) Music department A holiday fable that tells the story of an elderly man discovering love for the first time.

  • Between Heaven and Hell

    Between Heaven and Hell (2008)
    Film (Crime, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Music department Mike Taylor is suffering from the grief of his wife passing away when he decides to drink his troubles away at a bar. This poor choice leads him to witness a murder of a call girl and as he struggles to find a way out of the mess he's entangled himself in, he inadvertently places his son in harms way. It's up to Mike to come to grips with his reality, accept his responsibility and to set things straight. But can he do it before the murderer targets his family? Written by Anonymous

  • She Pedals Fast (For a Girl)

    She Pedals Fast (For a Girl) (2008)
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  • The Funeral Singer

    The Funeral Singer (2008)
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  • The King of Texas

    The King of Texas (2008)
    Film (Documentary) Music department A rich and graceful account of the life and work of regional film pioneer Eagle Pennell, the man whose first feature directly inspired Robert Redford's Sundance Institute and who Richard Linklater called 'one of the patron saints of American independent film'. Directed by Rene Pinnell and Claire Huie, the documentary tells the story of Pennell's rise through his own talent and determination and his tragic prolonged alcoholism that resulted in his death in 2002. Featuring interviews with family, friends, collaborators and admirers, 'The King of Texas' is at once inspirational drama, cautionary tale and worthy tribute to an unfairly maligned trailblazer of independent filmmaking. Written by Mark Rance and Jon Robertson

  • Yesterday Was a Lie

    Yesterday Was a Lie (2008)
    Film (Drama, Music, Mystery, Romance and 1 More) Music department Hoyle, a girl with a sharp mind and a weakness for bourbon, finds herself on the trail of a reclusive genius. But her work takes a series of unforeseen twists as events around her grow increasingly fragmented... disconnected... surreal. With an ethereal lounge singer and her loyal partner as her only allies, Hoyle is plunged into a dark world of intrigue and earth-shattering cosmological secrets. Haunted by an ever-present shadow whom she is destined to face, Hoyle discovers that the most powerful force in the universe -- the power to bend reality, the power to know the truth -- lies within the depths of the human heart. Written by Anonymous

  • Year at Danger

    Year at Danger (2007)
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  • Profit Motive and the Whispering Wind

    Profit Motive and the Whispering Wind (2007)
    Film (Documentary) Music department A visual meditation on the progressive history of the United States as seen through cemeteries, historic plaques and markers. Inspired by Howard Zinn's "A People's History of the United States".

  • Me, Myself, & I

    Me, Myself, & I (2007)
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  • Light, Bright, Damn Near White

    Light, Bright, Damn Near White (2007)
    Film (Documentary) Music department Colorism is a form of intra-racial discrimination -- a phenomenon where persons of color are accorded differing social and/or economic status and treatment within their own cmmunity based on skin color... See full synopsis »

  • Ruby's Town

    Ruby's Town (2007)
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  • Gretchen

    Gretchen (2006)
    Film (Comedy) Music department Gretchen has bigger problems than abysmal fashion sense: She's 17, painfully awkward and stuck in the most unforgiving place on earth - high school. When her obsession with school bad boy Ricky gets out of hand, her mother sends her to an emotional treatment center to recover. She has to travel elsewhere, however, to truly begin to understand why she fixates on the wrong kind of guy. Written by Anonymous

  • Jo FM

    Jo FM (2006)
    Film (Short and Drama) Music department JO FM is a film about a radio DJ who is kidnapped by an obsessed fan. It is also a film about two women coming to terms with their perceived roles in the world. What motivates Tina, the obsessed fan, to kidnap Star, the idolized DJ, is that Star represents the way radio once served Tina. Tina doesn't understand why market place value has replaced public interest. Tina wants Star to make her one last tape, one tape to remind her of the way radio, society and her life once were. Ultimately, JO FM is about the shape of today's commodified and consolidated media industry and how it affects us on an individual basis. Written by Jenn Garrison

  • The Spin Cycle

    The Spin Cycle (2004)
    Film (Short) Music department Candy runs a Laundromat and has a fetish for guys in wheelchairs.

  • Before the Kick: The Brian Kinchen Story

    Before the Kick: The Brian Kinchen Story
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