Monday, February 27, 2017

NEO International Film Festival 2017 Opening Date for Submissions

"Last year's NEO International Film Festival brought us many interesting feature films, documentaries, short films and music videos. Trophies were presented at an elegant awards ceremony. Directors, actors, producers, and other entertainment executives all networked. By definition, the event was a success. This years event promises to be even bigger and better." said Stefanie, last year's Festival Director.

NEO International Film Festival has officially begun accepting submissions for the 2017 season. The Festival is scheduled to be held on December 8, 9 and 10.

The announcement came just one day after completion of the last festival. NEO International Film Festival has opened the floodgates for filmmakers from all over the world to send in their best work. Submissions for the 2017 year have officially begun.

Plans include holding the event this year at one or more cinemas and possibly making it a three day long event with panel speakers, workshops and more.

In the meantime, you can read all the rules and regulations regarding submitting your work at the official website:

Friday, February 24, 2017

MANBABY Releases Official Movie Trailer

 The official theatrical trailer for MANBABY is now live on the independent feature film's official YouTube page. The trailer launches a 45 day crowd-funding completion funding campaign.

MANBABY was shot in the Fall of 2013 through the spring and summer of 2014 and after a brief hiatus went into post-production. The project has been on hold due to the increasing post-production budget.

MANBABY is the comic fable of Sal Howard, a stand-up comic who pretends to be a baby to show his wife Dana Howard how great a mother she could be. His plan backfires in an unexpected way. Dana Howard decides she doesn't want Sal as a husband, rather she wants him to stay a baby – a real one.

MANBABY is currently available for worldwide and USA distribution/theatrical rights.

Watch the trailer here:

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Lydia Backhouse Lands Back-To-Back Movie Roles

Over the years, tens of thousands of actresses have followed their dream and moved to the Film Capital of the World. They sought fame and fortune – but most encountered disappointment, manipulation, misdirection, closed doors, and a series of seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Broken and with their dreams shattered, all but a very few gave up.

Not Lydia Backhouse! She left her comfortable home in Great Britain and moved to Hollywood to live her dream and realize her destiny of becoming a major Hollywood actress. In less than a year, she accomplished what the majority label "impossible." Lydia brings amazing characters to life in front of the camera. Every producer who has hired her wants to work with her again. Lydia has production company contracts, deal memos and letters of intent for five movie and television projects shooting essentially back-to-back, not to mention several more deals that are currently being negotiated. Those projects include a new series of Frankenstein movies for Pecosborn Productions; the fantasy-comedy film "Church, the Movie" with three sequels; a major movie based on a #1 International Best-Selling novel; the starring role of "Judith Bramall" in the television series "Adopted," slated for a three-year run; and "WWWR," a feature film "period piece" that takes place in the late 1970's.

"How is it," we asked Ms. Backhouse, "that you have managed to achieve all of this in such a short time? What's your secret?"

"At the top of the list is passion,"
 Lydia answered. "If it's your passion, you'll be so dedicated that you'll work really, really hard to achieve your dream." She tilted her head slightly, smiled, and with a twinkle in her eye added, "Of course, if it's your passion, it's not work. It's playing as much as you can – and always wanting more. It's producing your dream and literally dreaming it as well – until you actually live it."

We asked Ms. Backhouse if she had any advice for aspiring actors. "Research; find out how the industry really works," she suggested. "Don't ask struggling actors for advice – unless you want to be a struggling actor. Personality is important. Producers need to like you and want you in their film. If your personality is lacking, create one. Remember what Archibald Leach said: 'I pretended to be Cary Grant until I became him.' Always be positive; surround yourself with genuine, successful professionals who want you to succeed; go to give, not to take; and accept as truth that failure will never be an option."

Monday, February 20, 2017

Teaser Released for Indie Sci-fi Feature Paramnesia

The first teaser for the independent feature Paramnesia was released on Friday and can be seen at a feature length science fiction thriller about loss, invention, and obsession. The narrative centers around Cal Elliot, an inventor who, after losing his wife, builds a machine that will allow him to live with her inside his memories. This comes with a cost, however, and Cal soon realizes that living in the past isn't all that he hoped it would be. The project's release date is currently to be determined.

Paramnesia is the directorial debut of cinematographer Tripp Green, whose recent work includes lensing the Eric Roberts feature Unbridled, and the country music film Strings, starring Jason Michael Carrol. It is also the debut project of Green's Raleigh based production company Vertus Media.

Shot for under $10,000, and entirely improvised from an outline, the film sought to explore non-standard modes of production, both in front and behind the camera. Thanks to the help of many industry professionals and local businesses, the production value seen in the teaser leagues beyond the typical micro-budget indie.

More information can be found at: - EPK can be found under Press (user:press, pass:vertusepk)

Friday, February 17, 2017

Lili's miracle - A sign language short film

ili's miracle, a sign language short film about three young deaf women who work in a cocoa farm in a remote beach. Lili's miracle is a story about the fear to the unknow but also it's a story about accepting yourself the way you are.

Lili, Soledad and Ofelia are three young deaf women, who live in La Casona, a cocoa farm located in a lost bay on the coasts of Venezuela that can only be reached by boat. The communication between the girls and Augusto; The farm owner; Is a constant uncertainty. He does not know how to speak in sign language and they don't know how to read or write. In spite of this, the young women take care of all the domestic work in the Casona.

One day an accident happened in the cocoa farm and Augusto is forced to look for help in the nearest town. He meets Margarita, a hypoacusic photographer, an expert in sign language who thanks to a cochlear implant can speak and listen perfectly. She will have the difficult task of teaching each one of the girls to communicate through the Venezuelan sign language.

However, the arrival of Margarita will encourage Lili, Soledad and Ofelia to start a revolution that will break with the orthodox rules of Augusto. The Girls will have to decide if they stay on the farm under Augusto's rules or go out and discover what's beyond the sea.

Fernando Moreno (Director), Photographer and film student at the School of Audiovisual Media of the University of Los Andes. Fernando says "My intention with our film is to create awareness about the deaf culture so that the listeners learn to speak more with our hands and less with our mouth. That way we can realize that as much as we worry about learning another language, we can learn sign language too. And the same way try to speak with any foreigner, we take the time and effort to speak with our deaf brothers. Because deafness is not an inability but a lifestyle. And if they are able to overcome all their fears despite their lifestyle, why can't we be able to overcome ours?"

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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

The 2017 FRIGID Festival presents Jamie Brickhouse’s solo show

The 2017 FRIGID Festival presents
Jamie Brickhouse’s solo show
Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex, and My Mother
Based on his critically-acclaimed memoir that Interview calls
“As funny as an evening with Carrie Fisher.”
Written and performed by Jamie Brickhouse
Directed by Obie-winning David Drake
All performances at The Kraine Theater, 85 E. 4th St. NYC 10003
Feb. 23, 5:30 PM; Feb. 26, 3:30 PM; Feb. 27, 5:30 PM; Feb. 28, 10:30 PM; March 4, 8:20 PM
Tickets: $15 / (on sale 1/15)
Sodomite Jamie Brickhouse (two-time Moth SLAM champion) faces his three most defining relationships—booze, sex, and his Texas tornado of a mother Mama Jean—in this darkly comic tour de force. Ripped from the pages of his critically acclaimed memoir that Interview magazine called “as  funny as an evening with Carrie Fisher,” and Paul Rudnick praised as “witty, blisteringly honest, and wickedly intoxicating,” it sparkles under the direction of Obie Award-winning David Drake, who recently directed the The JambDangerous When Wet is part of the 11th Annual 2017 FRIGID Festival.
With dazzling wit and unflinching honesty set against a multi-media backdrop of evocative photos, home movies, vintage postcards, and music haunted by Peggy Lee’s “Is That All There Is?”, Jamie tells the story of wrestling way too close to—and later loose from—booze, sex, and his bombastic, adorable Mama Jean. It’s a unique story about alcoholism, illness, death, AIDS, family heartbreak, and the relationship between a gay son and his mother. From the age of five stuck in Beaumont, Texas, all Jamie wanted was to be at a cocktail party with a martini in one hand and a cigarette in the other. All Mama Jean wanted was to keep him at that age, her Jamie doll forever. A Texan Elizabeth Taylor with the split personality of Auntie Mame and Mama Rose, she never had a thought she didn’t speak. Mama Jean cast a long shadow throughout Jamie’s life, no matter how deep in booze he swam or how far away from her amid New York’s drinking set he strayed. She unwittingly saves him as he discovers the meaning of love—Mama Jean’s kind of love.

Jamie Brickhouse (Writer and performer) is the author of the critically-acclaimed Dangerous When Wet: A Memoir of Booze, Sex, and My Mother (St. Martin’s Press), which was an Amazon “Best Book of May 2015,” “Required Reading” in Mary Karr’s The Art of Memoir, and a Book Chase “2015 Top 10 Nonfiction.” A two-time Moth StorySLAM winner and Literary Death Match champion, Jamie has recorded voice-overs for Beavis and Butthead, and has performed at storytelling shows throughout New York including Kevin Allison’s Risk! He has been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, Daily Beast, SalonHuffington PostOut, and POZ. He is at work on two new books: I Favor My Daddy, a memoir about his father Earl; and Golden Triangle Summer, a gay YA novel. Jamie lives with his common-law husband Michael in Manhattan. Visit him at, on Facebook, and on Twitter @jamiebrickhouse.
David Drake (Director) An Obie Award winner for his long-running solo show The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, David is thrilled to return to the Kraine where he most recently directed the world premiere of J.Stephen Brantley’s The Jamb last fall. Other directing projects in the Frigid Festival include Lucas Brooks’s Cootie Catcher, Cyndi Freeman’s Wonder Woman, and J.Stephen Brantley’s NYIT award-nominated Chicken-Fried Ciccone. David has twice been a Directing Fellow at Sundance Theatre Lab, and held directing residencies at the Kimmel in Phila, Out North in Anchorage, and last fall for his new music-theater piece with Migguel Anggelo and Mau Quiros, The Suitcase Project, at the BRIC in Brooklyn. With the latter, David also wrote and directed the acclaimed Another Son of Venezuela at Joe’s Pub (NY Mag Critic’s Pick). Other directing credits include new plays at Rattlestick, Theatre for the New City, NYC Fringe Festival, and both Taylor Mac’s Under-the-Radar debut in The Be(a)st of Taylor Mac, as well as Mac’s The Lily’s Revenge at Sundance and Here, which won an Obie Award. As an actor, David recently guested on HBO’s Vinyl, and costars with Alan Cumming in Vincent Gagliostro’s upcoming featureAfter Louie. As a director, in March 2017 David will stage the NY premiere of Bob Bartlett’s Bareback Ink for the Hard Sparks theater company

Monday, February 13, 2017

New Animated Short Film: The Never Ending Dream

 Ginzburg Press' latest new short animated horror movie for kids is now streaming on Amazon Prime video.

Trailer for The Never Ending Dream

The Never Ending Dream short film explores Ryan's surreal dreams which take him to places he's never been to before. Ryan travels to uncharted territory and encounters scary creatures in his never ending dreams.

This is the first episode in our hero's new adventure which takes place in a computer digitized world crafted by our talented and dedicated gamer. Our hero's story is brought to life in this uniquely surreal tale about monsters and creepers revisiting Ryan in his dreams.

The essence of the story depicts how dreams can change one's perception of reality. A never ending dream leads our hero to where monsters and spiders dwell but is it just a dream?

Unlike most animated short films today that are created with complicated animation programs employing nauseating jerk action inducing movements, this film was produced in a gaming engine from an ultra-popular computer game in real time.

Dreadnotx, the director and lead animator of the film, said, "Kids today really enjoy playing the Minecraft game … They are totally immersed into the game so I've taken it a step further and produced a surrealistic post-modernist adventure story for kids."

Watch now as Ryan encounters assorted creatures and scary monsters in his never ending dream.


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Ginzburg Press is a digital production company that distributes online courses, ebooks and animated short films. For the months of July and August 2016, Ginzburg Press was awarded the Amazon Video Direct Star #AVDStarsWinner given to the top self-publishers in Prime Video.






Friday, February 10, 2017

Last 'QUEST TRILOGY' Director Announced

CDI has created a reputation for staying on schedule, budget and providing film content with a high artistic touch. There has been much speculation about who the third director will be following Jesse Low (Forty Nights) that enjoyed a limited release in 2016 and will see a wide release on 4/4/17 under a new deal with Bridgestone Multimedia Group. The second film directed by Bret Miller (Chasing the Star) will start limited theatrical play in May 2017 followed by a wide September release to home video. The third film entitled "The Christ Slayer" is slated to release in early 2018 with BMG.

"We believe that this project (The Christ Slayer), together with the other two films in this three-film series, will be broadly accepted in both the faith-based and general markets, and will generate significant revenues on the world market for many years to come." – David Austin, SVP BMG

After a lengthy search it was decided that "The Christ Slayer," director will be Nathaniel Nose. He's the son of a Baptist minister, currently living in Michigan after several years in Los Angeles. He began making films as a child winning the East Lansing Children's Film Festival at 15. He studied classical theatre, opera and ballet at Michigan State University, where Nose wrote, edited and directed four feature films, one for each year, while an undergraduate student. His films in various genres landed distribution deals with studios such as Lionsgate.

"I've worked with Nathaniel on both sides of the camera and his full understanding of the script and his skill set - shot him to the top of our list."

– DJ Perry, writer/producer

The film is in development and plans to move into active pre-production in Feb. 2017.

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Star Cinema opens 2017 with Extra Service set to screen in key cities worldwide via TFC@theMovies

 Star Cinema together with Skylight Films open 2017 with a bang as the sexy action-comedy film, "Extra Service," brings together three of today's hottest Kapamilya actresses Arci MuñozJessy Mendiola and Coleen Garcia in the opening salvo screening in key cities worldwide via TFC@theMovies starting January 13.

The movie, helmed by Chris Martinez, the director behind the hit comedy films "Kimmy Dora And The Kyemeng Prequel" and writer of the two installments of "Ang Babae sa Septic Tank," multiplies the excitement as it presents Munoz, Garcia and Mendiola in a movie that shows that 'girl power' can defy the odds.

"Extra Service," written by the writer of the highest-grossing local film in history "The Super Parental Guardians" Alpha Habon, is a story about three female ex-convicts Aw (Muñoz), Em (Garcia) and Gee (Mendiola), who due to their criminal records, have a hard time finding a job. Faced with this dilemma, Aw, Em and Gee have no other choice but to work in a spa as masseuses.

However, unknown to their clients, theirs is only a day job because at night, they transform as secret agents: Aw is Kapitana, Em is Maldita,and Gie is Henya.

"When you ask for 'Extra Service' you are actually asking for their service as secret agents," explains Habon about the title of the film. As secret service agents, they encounter a mission that will cost them their lives and freedom - they must retrieve the three most important pearls of the country that are collectively called "Perlas ng Silangan(Pearl of the Orient)."

Using their inner strength, anchoring on their individual experiences and coming together as one team, Aw, Em and Gee try to achieve their mission.

Muñoz, Garcia and Mendiola underwent mixed martial arts training, under coach Erwin Tagle, for their intensive fight scenes in the film.

"Ang daming eksena na talagang pinaghirapan namin, pinaghirapan nilang lahat especially nitong tatlong girls namin (We, especially the girls worked hard for a lot of scenes" Martinez said about the lead stars. "Seryoso sila sa pinagdaanan nilang fight scenes, but at the same time extra rin ang pagpapatawa (In terms of the fight scenes, they were serious about the training.  But at the same time, they poured in the same kind of effort in terms of the comedy."

While it was not a walk in the park, Mendiola says she welcomed the film because it fulfilled her dream of doing an action film. "This is something new. Matagal ko na kasi gustong mag-action and nabigyang buhay naman siya
(I wanted to do action for the longest time and now, this dream has been fulfilled," she says.

As for Garcia, she admits being hesitant in accepting the project because she hasn't done a comedy stint before. "Hindi talaga ako nagko-comedy, wala akong experience diyan. Mahiyain pa ako in front of people (I don't do comedy because I don't have the experience.  I am also quite reserved)" she explains. "Pero nang nalaman kong si Direk Chris ang director nakampante ako kasi magaling naman talaga siyang direktor (However, when I found out that Direk Chris was the director, I accepted the project because I knew he was a good director)," Garcia ends.

Despite the fact that "Extra Service" is  a sexy comedy-action film, Muñoz, Mendiola and Garcia all agree that their film's most important lesson is the value of team work.

"Kung wala 'yong isa, hindi rin kami tatayo. May it be family or work or friendship, a team is a team (Things won't work in family, work or friendships if you don't function as a team/," Mendiola elaborates.

The film also stars Tessie TomasCarmi MartinEjay FalconEnzo Pineda and Vin Abrenica.

Find out how the team work of Aw, Em and Gee will lead them to their freedom in the sexy comedy-action film "Extra Service" as it screens on the following dates and key cities worldwide via TFC@theMovies: U.S. and Canada on January 13 and Papua New Guinea on January 19.

Monday, February 6, 2017

Single Dad Emmanuel Philogene Named Most Valuable Father January 2017

The Most Valuable Father Award Winner has been announced by Holly Zwerling, LMFT, LCSW, Founder, President and CEO of the Fatherhood Task Force of South Florida. The criteria for the Award are for Fathers to be involved in their child's life; support and nurture them; interact in their education, play, and activities; and to be a role model for positive values by guiding and supporting them socially and emotionally.

Filmmaker Emmanuel Philogene, 38, is the Most Valuable Father Award Winner for January 2017. A single father raising a son, Philogene stated, "It is a privilege to be a father and I acknowledge that there are responsibilities to honor my role. My parents are from Haiti and have been married for over 40 years. I have two sisters and one brother and we are a very close family. I was the first born in the United States. My family has lived in Miami for over 35 years and it is our home."

Philogene continued, "A father's role is very important in a child's life. The early years in my son's life were instrumental to my father-son relationship and we now have a bond that cannot be easily broken. My son is now 16 and is part of his high school's Junior ROTC program. His favorite hobbies are video games and dancing. We play tennis together and he joins me in some of my activities. These are priceless moments. The value most important to me in raising my son is respect. I show him it's important to get the most out of life by living my life respectfully. As a father, I choose to be supportive, encouraging and involved in all aspects of his life. I feel it pushes both him and me."

"In my community," says Philogene, "many fathers are not present in their children's daily life. Young males always look up to me for guidance. I make myself available and try to encourage other dads to step up to the plate to stay involved in their child's life. I have motivated fathers to go back and rekindle their relationship with their kids. I mentor young people and have spoken to students at a local high school about what it means to be a father. I have empowered other fathers to get involved with their families and the community by telling them my story as a single dad regarding what I had to learn about the law to remain involved with my son and what rights I have. Through my videos and film, I capture real stories that fathers share with me."

Philogene thoughtfully stated, "Fathers are not often helped in the same way mothers are. My advice to single fathers is to stay strong, seek advice, and never give up on your child because in the end, it's all worth it! My goal is to let single fathers know regardless of how challenging raising a child may be, there is always hope and immense rewards when it comes to being a part of their child's life."

"The Fatherhood Task Force applauds and values Fathers who find uninterrupted time to engage with their children in addition to making their safety and well-being a priority," stated Zwerling. "The challenges of single fathers are many. In general, society has a hard time recognizing the complexities of a single father raising a child. A goal of the Fatherhood Task Force is to change that. For example, on January 14 we are holding a Paternal Health Care & Education Conference at Albizu University in Miami."

About the Fatherhood Task Force of South Florida ( An advocacy and community action organization with national influence, their mission is to facilitate the involvement of Fathers in children's lives by developing and promoting programs for fathers, grandfathers, uncles, male role models and mentors related to all stages of parenthood.

Friday, February 3, 2017

Coaches' Wives Documentary Film Digital Release

A new documentary about the unsung heroes of sports, the wives of coaches, was released January 3rd on 14 digital platforms, including Amazon Video and iTunes (complete list of platforms below).

Meo Stansbury (Western Kentucky/Texas A&M), Jeanie Buss(Los Angeles Lakers), Kathy Auriemma (Univ. of Connecticut)and Mindy Rice (Nevada-Reno-UNLV) headline the feature-length documentary film.

The film chronicles both the joys and struggles of being married to a coach. Producer/Director Jonathan Moore (son of a coach's wife) exposes coaches' wives as the most unsung heroes in modern sports. Often charged with managing the household and raising children while her husband spends long hours away - the coach's wife is the backbone of the family and team. With her family always in the public eye, she is responsible for bringing normalcy to an often chaotic and confusing lifestyle. Dealing with a hectic schedule, unruly fans and sometimes serving as mother to players, the coach's wife is a professional multi-tasker and has committed her life to many sacrifices. In addition to the above-mentioned names, the film also includes numerous coaches' wives at the middle school, high school and small college level.

Members of the press are invited to view the entire film through a private link, if so desired. Contact the producers for more information. A trailer/teaser of the film can be viewed at: Additionally, the film has a Facebook page:

And a Twitter page: @CoachesWivesDoc

"Coaches' Wives" is produced by 33 Films. Producer/Director: Jonathan Moore, Karen Moore. Director of Photography: Kyo Edmoundson. Editor: Karen Moore.

Complete List of Digital Platforms: Comcast/Xfinity, Verizon, Verizon – VOD, Dish Network, Cox Cable, Charter/Spectrum, Frontier Communications, iTunes, Amazon Video, Vudu, Microsoft, Xbox, Google Video, Sony PlayStation​

Jonathan Moore is an Associate Professor of Cinema Arts at Vanguard University of Southern California and a filmmaker. Karen Moore is Associate Director and Editor of "Last Call with Carson Daly" on NBC.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Horror Master Premieres 'SATANIC' In The UK As He Enters The Oscar Race!

 Beware the demons; the diabolical feature "Satanic" lands on UK soil! Terror has crossed the Atlantic bringing with it a wicked new soundtrack by horror's newest music master, Todd Haberman.

On the heels the successful feature release of "The Charnel House," the Los Angeles-based composer returns to delight horror fans with more terrorizing sounds. The "Satanic" soundtrack is a devilishly daunting score that premieres in select UK theaters and digitally this week.

The soundtrack created by horror's music henchman lures audiences in with trancelike melodies only to violently shock them with stunning and frightful arrangements that make even skeptics jump from their seats.

"Satanic" is the story of a group of college friends embarking on believe will be the road trip of a lifetime! In a plan to make most of their journey, they plan a couple of stops before reaching their final destination, the Coachella Music & Arts Festival. Their trip, however, takes an unexpected turn when they stop in Los Angeles to check out true-crime occult sites and encounter a mysterious young runaway who puts them on a terrifying path to the ultimate horror.

Jeffrey Hunt directs the film from the producers of The Walking Dead, starring Sarah Hyland, Justin Chon, Clara Mamet and Steven Krueger. "Satanic," is now playing in theaters, and On Demand, on Amazon and iTunes.

When speaking of his work, the composer stresses that the sound for each scene is crucial to the storyline, as well as the fear factor. The music can mean the difference between a cheesy, unbelievable moment or a hair-raising experience.

"For example, If you see a girl walking down a dark hall you're not scared because it's just a girl in a walking down a hall, that's where I come in," the composer says confidently. "Once the music is, the scene changes dramatically...I bring in the fear!"

"I love creating and embellishing the nerve-wrecking and scary scenes," admits Haberman with mischievous excitement. "I hope the UK audiences  like it."

To inspire fear in the movie watchers, Haberman relied heavily on his instincts an organic combination of minimal and embellished sound arrangements.

"Sometimes the fear comes with the mystery, and it is as simple as a sustained pitch or an aleatoric figure on the strings. Other times it needs to be aggressive with a distorted percussion and synthesizer combination," explains the composer is now in the running for an Academy Award.

Last month the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) announced the 145 scores eligible in the Best Original Score category, among them Haberman's delectable score for "The Charnel House." The final nominees will announce this January 24th, and if "The Charnel House" is named, it will mean the "dark horse" is one step closer to the Oscar.

"I'm excited to see how the Academy's efforts translate into more diversity at this year's ceremony but also if it has an impact in the way future stories are given the green light," says Haberman. "We need to produce stories that are reflective of the audiences going to the movies or turning on the TV. The only way that can happen is by encouraging a variety of voices both in front of and behind the camera."

The Eastern European composer is now in the studio working on three feature coming out later this year. The thrillers, "'Twelve Feet Deep,' "Next Door," and the horror comedy, "Cynthia."

Todd Haberman is a versatile composer whose scores can be heard on multiple cable and television networks and in feature films including "Pompeii," "Transformers 3,"  "Fast 5" and "Hop."

After just completing Silver Nitrate's comedy feature The Hungover Games he is currently composing the score for the action-comedy film Bad Ass 3 and contributing to NBC's Revolution.

Original music credits include animation feature The "Reef 2: High Tide," comedy picture "The Hungover Games," action film "Bad Asses," slasher flick "Killer Movie," and video games "Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe" and "Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker."

He has also provided scores for ABC's "666 Park Ave" and "Body of Proof," NBC's "The Firm" and "Flash Forward" while also contributing to WB's "Arrow," ABC's "No Ordinary Family," and Sy-Fy's "Warehouse 13." He's also contributed to such films as Universals' "Ride Along," Tim Burton's animation feature "9," "Eagle Eye," and "Rambo."

After graduating with a BA in composition from New York University and scoring the short that won Coca Cola's first ever Refreshing Filmmaker's Award, Todd relocated to the West Coast to work at Hans Zimmer's studio, Media Ventures.

Next, Haberman collaborated closely with Basil Poledouris before launching his business, Pinstripes Music. Early projects included scores for NBC (Just Deal), VH-1 (Cover Wars), A&E (All Year Round With Katie Brown) and ESPN (Legends of Cricket) and music on video games including "The Simpsons: Wrestling" and "The Matrix: Path of Neo."

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