A Woman in Berlin

A Woman in Berlin spec trailer

This spec trailer, written for the epic historical movie A Woman In Berlin about the Soviet occupation of Berlin in the post-World War II era, was never used or given a final edit (hence the lack of full Foley or dialogue integration), but is presented here because of its unusual character. For this trailer, the aim was to blend a Soviet flavor (the monolithic, brooding string writing) with the drama required for a Hollywood trailer. Featuring both erhu and choir for additional color, this trailer is written in several distinct “scenes” to correspond with the video editing.

15 hours ago
Some really great bite-sized sonic tutorials here -- thanks @NI_News! https://t.co/WKiBOWJmbb
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A long, epic, but worthwhile read of what happened to #MH370. I was engrossed from start to finish. https://t.co/CiPyFHplQo
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How Bruce Hornsby’s new album suggests everything that’s wrong — and right — with the modern music business: https://t.co/WQBAQXgxTT
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At Capitol Records with one of my fave big bands in the world. https://t.co/85kc4UII86