Very exciting news: Ego Boost, directed by Ty Huffer with music composed by yours truly, won the 3 Minute Masterpiece competition! This is incredibly exciting, as you can imagine, and it means that you have another opportunity to see Ego Boost on the big screen. It is now a part of the “Seattle Stories” shorts screening on Monday May 30th. The show starts at 11 a.m. and is screening at the SIFF Cinema.
This is wonderful recognition for a fantastic film. I unfortunately was not present at the screening on Saturday when this great news was announced since I was helping out with the latest Barbie movie recording session (a fantastic time, by the way). I am thrilled to be a part of this line up, as I also appear in another of the films, Busking Cadenza, and helped out behind the scenes with Photo Booth. So I am super excited about Monday.
There is another reason to be excited about Monday (yes, the fun never stops!!!!). In the afternoon there is the first screening of the four fly films:
After All This (directed by Matthew J. Clark, music by Me),
Tilting at Windmills (directed by Timothy Watkins, music by Nan Watkins),
The Epiphany (directed by SJ Chiro, music by Jason Staczeck), and
Little Peter Needs to Fly (directed by Evangeline Spracklin, music by Ed Hartman).
You can see them on Monday May 30th at 4.30 p.m. at Egyptian Theater. If you miss that day you can see it again at the SIFF Cinema on June 7th at 5.oo p.m.