Ed Barguiarena is a veteran composer, producer, arranger and musician. His work includes music for feature film, documentaries, theater, modern dance, recordings and live performances.
Regarding Susan Sontag (U.S.)
Director: Nancy Kates
Regarding Susan Sontag tells the dramatic story of the late writer, activist, and public intellectual. It explores Sontag's career, contrasts her courageous public persona with her closeted private life, examines her contributions to culture, and documents her views as a thinker and activist on war, terrorism, torture, and other contemporary issues.
Composer: Nora Kroll-Rosenbaum
Nora Kroll-Rosenbaum, a Juilliard graduate, has collaborated with world-renowned filmmakers, composers, multimedia artist. She has written music for film, television, video games, theater and the concert hall.
Director: Berit Madsen
A young Muslim girl dreams of becoming an astronaut. But at her age the nightly stargazing excursions in the desert are a thorn in the side of family and traditions.
Composer: Damian Montano
Damian Montano enjoys a varied musical career as a composer and performer in Los Angeles. He has worked on diverse projects, ranging from composing orchestral commissions to writing and orchestrating for feature film and television. As a bassoonist, he is a member of the LA Chamber Orchestra and performs with ensembles such as the LA Philharmonic and LA Opera.
Untitled: 1971 (U.S.)
Director: Johanna Hamilton
Filmmaker Johanna Hamilton continues her exploration of social movements and the limits of dissent, this time turning her lens to domestic contradictions in North America.
Composer: Larry Goldings
Larry Goldings is a Grammy-nominated pianist, keyboardist, composer, and arranger. In addition to being recognized as one of the world's top jazz organists, he composes songs for and with a growing list of singer-songwriters. He recently completed scoring his first feature film, Dealin' With Idiots, written and directed by Jeff Garlin.
The Sundance Institute Film Music Program Composers Labs are made possible by BMI, Time Warner Foundation, and the Jerry & Terri Kohl Family Foundation.
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