Winter Film Awards announces partnership with BTOVEN MUSIC #WFA2015
Winter Film Awards is proud to partner with Btoven Music, a group of world-renowned composers and producers providing cutting edge music-production services. The winners of this year’s Winter Film Awards Best Short Film category will receive a custom-music score for their next short film (up to 25 minutes in length) compliments of Btoven Music!
The 4th Annual WINTER FILM AWARDS Independent Film Festival runs Feb 25-28 2015 with 3 days of screenings, networking events and after-parties. The event offers something for everyone, highlighting the dynamic range of storytelling the independent filmmaking community has to offer. Among the 75 films selected is a diverse mix of documentaries, shorts, features, animation, music videos and horror films from all over the world!
Btoven Music is turning 6-years-old next month and we’ll close out our 5th year with a big ‘BANG’ by partnering with our friends at NYC’s Winter Film Awards (it’s finally time to lose our baby teeth, yay!!).
Btoven Music is a cutting-edge music and audio production facility located on the border of Manhattan’s Columbus Circle and Hell’s Kitchen. Founded in 2009 by composer/producer Brian McKenna, Btoven Music’s services include: Original Music Composition/Production; Voiceover Production; Music Mixing; Post-Production Mixing; Sound Design. In an age where personal attention is rare and vast music conglomerates have all but suffocated the craft of custom music, Btoven’s goal is to keep it real and guarantee the intimacy of a boutique operation for all of our clients.
The dedicated producers, engineers and artists at Btoven Music cater to clients in Film, TV, Advertising, Records, Video Games and New Media. We don’t stop grinding until the job is done and hearts are won. Work produced and performed by our world-renowned camp has been broadcast globally in various forms of media, winning major awards and critical acclaim. Credits Include:
– “Tomorrow” (Martha Pinson, Director; Martin Scorsese, EP; 2015)
– “The Smell Of Us” (Larry Clark, Director; 2015)
– “Clown” (Eli Roth, EP; 2014)
– “The Last of the Great Romantics” (2014)
– “Axel: The Biggest Little Hero” (2013)
– “Robot and Frank” (feat. Frank Langella, Susan Sarandon, Liv Tyler; Sundance 2012)
– Alaska State Troopers (National Geographic)
– Hard Core Pawn (TruTV)
– Love and Hip Hop (VH1)
– Sesame Street (PBS)
– Agencies: Grey, JWT, Ogilvy and more.
– Brands: Pepsi, Avon, Cover Girl, McDonalds, Subway, Chevrolet, Toyota and more.
– EA, Take Two Interactive.
– Tevin Campbell (Spectra Music Group)
– Pedrito Martinez (2015 Latin Grammy Award Nominee)
– Carly Rose Sonenclar (Syco Music, Columbia)
– The Stationary Set (Independent)
– Jessica Ashley (Epic Records)
“[Btoven Music is] a sweet recording studio on W. 55th Street. There is a wealth of resources in the studio, a vast library in a myriad styles available for licensing. Brian uploaded the music via his Btoven Music server. Done! I’d work with Brian at any opportunity.”
— Martha Pinson (Director: “Tomorrow” ; Script Supervisor “The Aviator,” “The Departed,” “Hugo”)
“Brian’s production and communication skills [plus] his dedication to and passion for music production bring a unique and inspirational energy to projects, making him a pleasure to work with.”
— Strauss Zelnick (Zelnick Media, Rockstar Video Games, Take 2 Interactive)
“In recent years I have recommended [Btoven Music] to artists and major industry developers such as EA Games. I have always received glowing reviews regarding not only the creativity of Btoven Music’s work, but also of the studio’s meticulous attention to detail and ability to conform to deadlines. Unlike other production houses I have worked with, Btoven Music has consistently shown a capacity for meeting or exceeding expectations.”
— Ryan Lewis, Esq. (Entertainment Attorney)
“I’d like to give a serious recommendation for Brian McKenna as a composer/producer…I first heard his work when he was still at school but had produced a record which he sent me. What impressed me the most was the drumming, which I later learned he had done himself. To me the essence of good music is the rhythm and that was what his drumming gave that particular record.”
— Galt MacDermot (Composer, “Hair” The Musical)
Posted on January 27, 2015, in 2015 Festival, Partnerships & Sponsors and tagged Brian McKenna, BtOVEN Music, Indie Film Music, Music for Film, Music Mixing, NYC Film Festival, Original Music Composition, Original Music Production, Sound Design, Voiceover Production. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.