Posts Tagged ‘Ralf Hildenbeutel’

New short film: Momentum

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

First super-short trailer for the new upcoming film by Director Boris Seewald. Starring Patrick Hanna, who played the gypsy man in What a Witch. Again, Ralf Hildenebutel composed the score for this film.

cast PATRICK HANNA ยท SHOKO ITO

directed, edited and visual effects by BORIS SEEWALD
director of photography GEORG SIMBENI
music by RALF HILDENBEUTEL
production design, costumes, hair and make-up MIWHA HANNA

production manager CAROLINA RATH
assistant director CHRISTIAN HEINBOCKEL

additional camera and assistant MARIANNE ANDREA BOROWIEC
gaffer ALINE REINSBACH
electrician ZARA ZANDIEH
production sound mixer MAGDALENA LEPP
boom operator MARTIN HANSEN

production assistant ANDREAS KEHL
production driver NIELS KURVIN
catering NANHEE JUNG

created at FILMARCHE e.V.
supported by MARK-UP GmbH
produced by SEEWALD & HANNA UG

Ralf Hildenbeutel | Wunderland

Saturday, November 27th, 2010

Wunderland by What a Witch’s score composer Ralf Hildenbeutel follows up the preview purely with strings and piano recorded album Lucy’s Dream, however it is much more continuating and playful. You hear accordeons, piano, glockenspiel and strings, toypiano and ukuleles, partly peppered with spoken vocal pieces like sequences from movies.

The stringquartet at the sea (”Heimweh”), a reverby piano (”Merry goes round”), canonlikes playing kalimbas, the rythmic The Feast (Musicvideo made by What a Witch’s Director Boris Seewald), an almost epical “From Elsewhere” or the walz The Spirits that I Called with Dorit Chrysler playing the theremin (this fascinating instrument which is played by the distance from the hands to two aerials) shows the variety of the new album.

The recordings have been made whithin the last two years. Whenever there was time inbetween other projects and productions Ralf collected numberless ideas, bits and pieces, archived them, elaborated them. Collected items such as toypiano, accordeons or the old violin of his grandfather have been used as well as harp, guitars or an old french glockenspiel.

The album was completed by the wunderful artwork of the German-Russian artist Sonja Sofia Yakovleva.

Lean back and enjoy. Again a very personal album of the artist who recommends to listen to it at once. It seems a bit old-fahioned in these days but it increases the pleasure of listening exquisitely…