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June 27, 2012

Close Friends With a Count

For the past month, I've been composing the soundtrack for The Immortal Augustus Gladstone. A few days ago, I shared the above piece, Close Friends with a Count, on twitter.

We've been pretty quiet about the film but we're now almost finished with the entire project. Which feels good!

Let me know if you have questions... about the film, about the music, about whatever you like (within reason of course). I'll answer whatever I can! 

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Robyn, I think it's fantastic that you're back to composing again! I was wondering, what was the intended media you'll be releasing this documentary on? DVD? Blu-Ray? Will their be an optional iTunes video download, as with Ambo? I believe all of these are fantastic options. And no matter the medium, I will be first in line for my copy! Also, I have a multitude of technical questions, i.e. what type of video camera was used, et. al, but I imagine the other posts will ask similar questions, so I leave it to them!

Posted by: Adam Wilmer | Jun 27, 2012 7:12:35 PM

Hi Adam! Great to hear from you! We hope the film will have at least some theatrical release but a lot of that depends on festival response (we're keeping our fingers crossed). We intend to also release it on DVD, Blu-ray, iTunes and other online sources.

As far as your camera question... Matt Daniels, our Director of Photography, used a couple of Canon 5D's and a Canon 7D. We decided to go with these small cameras because we constantly moving around, shooting spontaneously. The Canon cameras were perfect for that.

Posted by: Robyn | Jun 27, 2012 7:56:19 PM

Awesome! When the blu-ray version comes out, I hope I can get an autographed copy!

Posted by: Adam Wilmer | Jun 28, 2012 6:19:03 AM

Adam... An autographed copy! Of course!

Posted by: Robyn | Jun 28, 2012 11:20:06 AM

An autographed copy? Please, I was drooling enough before!
Also, are you going to post any more clips? That first one really whetted my appetite.

Posted by: Alexander | Jul 1, 2012 5:39:10 PM

Hope to see the final project soon!

Posted by: Alan Graham | Jul 5, 2012 2:35:05 PM

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