I have been a fan of MovieScore Media for a while now so it’s a very good feeling to be released on that great label. Ave Mater (Vilsen) is a score I am very proud of. Click HERE to go to MovieScore Medias page about the score.
Composing the score meant me setting out on a journey to create something dark, exciting and filled with suspense, but not horror. Rasmus was rather clear that he felt that the music should be the ‘beating heart and soul of the film’, a true guide throughout the story. To work with a couple of clear themes got important with the choir and the cello became crucial to capture the feeling of the occult.
Simon just won the award of recognition for the score to Vilsen (Ave Mater). The film also won prize for best picture and best director (Rasmus Tirzitis).
Vilsen (Ave Mater) was nominated in the category of Best foreign picture, but still won the Best picture with 100′s contribution to compete against. The film festival is called Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festival (HIMPFF) and is held several times during the year. In January 2017 all the winning entries of 2016 will compete in a large ceremonies contest.
Simon is greatful and happy and this will give him a great push with finishing the score of Vitt Skräp (White Trash) in just a couple of days.
Simon has been working for several month’s on Vilsen (The Loss), composing a grand and really intense soundtrack. Now it’s the end of the journey and Simon has been asked to also do some Foley Artist work.
With White Trash (Vitt Skräp) almost complete (waiting on a couple of additional scenes to be shoot) and Vilsen (The Loss) 95% finished Simon is looking for new films, commercials, series and other projects to compose for. Contact Simon if you are interesed in hiring him.
Support Simon’s effort to release the original soundtrack for Drakar och Demoner: Tronländaren and Giltes Bane. Simon is ready to do bonus tracks for the project specifically for you. Check it out and support! The campaign end the 30th of December 2014.
Follow this LINK to learn more about the project and support.
Daniel and Mikael Tjernberg have composed the music for the sci-fi/thriller titeled “Anton”. In the soundtrack Daniel & Mikael examines the genres of classical, jazz fusion and ambient. The post apocalyptic film was made by Visual Cooks and in it the brothers Daniel & Mikael combines orchestral and experimental styles.
Simon mastered the album which will soon be released by Waerloga Records.