A twenty year veteran of the New York post production industry, Joe Miuccio began his career as an audio engineer and sound designer at one of the top post houses in New York City. He has worked on thousands of TV and radio commercials for some of the biggest brands in the world. He was a Clio finalist for sound design and original music in 1992 and he won a Radio Mercury award in 2006. Some of his current and past clients include: Xerox, Dr Pepper, Coke, Pepsi, Mercedes, Toyota, Visa and FedEx, just to name a few. Joe is the founding owner of the only network for vetted audio professionals on the web. WWW.AUDIOPRONETWORK.COM
The Incomparable Rose Hartman
Film (Documentary and History) Sound department With a career spanning decades Photographer Rose Hartman is known for her Iconic Photos from Studio 54 and the fashion world, her boisterous personality and ever presence capturing the New York social scene. Her work will draw you in, the film will make you understand this force of nature.
A Film by Vera Vaughn
Film (Short, Drama, Horror, Mystery and 1 More) Sound department In this ghost story for the digital age, filmmaker Vera Vaughn works late into the night, editing her suspense/thriller about a woman jeopardized by a mysterious home intruder. But when she's interrupted by a knock at the door, Vera's world takes a frightening turn toward the surreal as life threatens to imitate art - or is it the other way around?
Playing New York
Film (Musical) Sound department PLAYING NEW YORK is a film that shows Warren I. Smith turning New York City, itself, into an extensive and expressive percussion instrument. With his gift for percussion and sonority, Smith plays the city's structures, architecture and objects. This urban sound of the city is complemented by Smith's orchestration and playing of traditional percussion instruments ranging from marimba to hand drums to drum set, as well as synthesizer. The film's music touches samba, free, jazz and environmental, improvised and composed. There is flute accompaniment by Andrew Lamb. Smith has worked with many of the legends of music: Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus, Van Morrison, Leopold Stokowski's Orchestra of America, the original West Side Story, and been Janis Joplin's musical director. The director, Charles Martin, has produced and directed a variety of documentary, art, and music films and is a photographer exhibited at MoMA (NY) and other museums and galleries around the world. He has ...
Best Wishes from Millwood
Film (Short and Comedy) Sound department An unhappy housewife is visited by a bicycle-riding stranger with wish-making cookies.
Tips of Our Fingers
Film (Short and Drama) Sound department Everything Lia sees, she hears. Institutionalized from an early age for her unique sensory condition, Lia escapes the confines of the hospital to experience the open road. When her new found freedom is threatened by Bruce, an orderly at the hospital who's been tasked with bringing her back, Lia must convince him to see and hear the world through her eyes. Written by Anonymous
Film (Animation, Short, Comedy, Family and 1 More) Sound department A balloon dog is lost in a world of danger. One wrong step and his dancing days are done. Only love, and tango, can possibly save him.
Love Is Deaf
Film (Short and Comedy) Sound department Boy meets girl. Girl sings horribly. Boy doesn't care.
Charlie Chaplin's Body
Film (Short and Comedy) Sound department Shortly after comedian Charles Chaplin's death, inept mechanics Roman and Gancho abduct the icon's coffin from a Swiss cemetery and hold it for ransom. When negotiations with Chaplin's actress daughter Geraldine and family lawyer Jean-Felix fail to go as planned, the ne'er-do-well body thieves literally find themselves stuck with Charlie. While on the run from ill-tempered Swiss constable Paul, the action takes an unexpected twist that will keep audiences talking. Written by Anonymous
The Kids' Table
Film (Short) Sound department Every year, Thanksgiving brings these six cousins together. This year, one moment will tear them apart. In this closely knit Italian family, these cousins have no secrets, or so they think. The one thing that holds them all together, will be the one thing that shatters their world forever. Written by Brian Wasiak
Bellmore: The Unscene
Film (Documentary and Music) Sound department "Bellmore: The Unscene" is a documentary about the distinct music scene that spawned from the underbelly of Long Island...Bellmore. The movie centers around a clique of friends that have created bands together for over two decades. In the early 1980's, MTV was still "Like a Virgin." Madonna, Culture Club, and Michael Jackson ruled the airwaves. Many of the kids of Bellmore didn't connect to these poppy sounds and campy images fed to them by mass culture. In search of something real, they foraged deep underground. Deep enough to find "hardcore", a style of music like punk rock accessible to anyone even if you don't know how to play an instrument. Connected through their love of hardcore, dozens of Bellmore kids created music and a mayhem of their own. Twenty years later the band names have changed, the sounds have evolved, hair has been lost and weight has been gained but the same kids are still at it. Throughout the years they've become an extended family -- a dysfunctional, abusive, ... Written by Frank Fusco
Television Sound department Ricky Paull Goldin (who was co-executive producer) was the on-camera host who literally walked around NYC and matched up two people - hence the name STREET MATCH.