“New York, I Love You,” the new feature film with original scoring by duotone composers Jack Livesey and Peter Nashel, premiered last week at the Ziegfield in New York City. Vanity Fair covered the event and praised the film as being “smartly assembled, and much more entertaining than its precursor, Paris, je t’aime… a rare… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: October 2009
duotone teamed with Translation and Smuggler director Brian Beletic to score the new ad promoting the film “More than a Game”. Featuring additional audio by famed feature sound designer Brian Emmerich, the spot brings to life defining memories and experiences that shaped LeBron james into the b-baller that he is today. The music and sound… Read more »
“Uncertainty”, a new feature film from the filmmaking duo behind “The Deep End,” featuring a score by duotone composer Peter Nashel, will be premiering November 13th. Here’s the new trailer:
Working with the Brooklyn Brothers and Bullet.tv, duotone’s latest is a rousing street-vibe anthem for our hometown heros the New York Knicks. The campaign consists of both web and television spots with music written by Pete Miser and Peter Nashel.
“New York, I Love You,” the new Vivendi feature film with a star-studded cast (Natalie Portman, Orlando Bloom, Andy Garcia, Hayden Christensen, Julie Christie, Shia LaBeouf…) and original scoring by duotone composers Jack Livesey and Peter Nashel, premiers at the Ziegfield in New York City. The Hollywood Reporter gives it a glowing review, saying the… Read more »