Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Portraits of Colorado - The Making of a Modern Symphony: Official Selection: Faith: Grace Film Festival

Portraits of Colorado - The Making of a Modern Symphony
Runtime: 59
Category: Faith
Screen Date: January 29, 2015

When Emmy-award winning composer Charles Denler was commissioned by the Colorado Symphony to write a modern symphony based on the beauty of the Colorado he immediately had a clear vision for where he wanted to go with the music.

A film-score composer by trade, this score would be inspired by images of towering snow capped mountains, morning sunrises of shimmering pinks and sunsets of peach and dark red...deep blue carpets of summer Columbines stretching across the massive mountain landscape and fall Aspens afire with gold and red...and the sounds of crashing waterfalls, the hoof beats of wild horses running the plains and the magical silence of a gentle snowfall. All this put to music. Richly performed by the respected Colorado Symphony and Chorus and conducted by Scott O’Neil, "Portraits of Colorado" is what Colorado sounds like.

SteveDirector: Steve Greisen
With filming experience in over forty countries of the world Steve understands his mission. From shooting projects in the jungles of Northern India, the killing fields of Cambodia, or pursuing great footage in the highlands of Africa, it’s always for the same purpose… to connect the viewer to a great story. Credits include The Mystery of The Ark of The Covenant, The Gentle Bear Man of Emo, The Master Designer - The Song, The Search for The Real Mt. Sinai (both narrated by John Rhys-Davies of Lord of the Rings & Indiana Jones fame), In The Hands of The Enemy – America Surrenders an Army ,and Journey of Hope- Walking With Hope Through Life’s Valleys featuring San Francisco Giants star pitcher Dave Dravecky, Incredible Creatures That Define Design. Steve currently lives in the mountains of Colorado.

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