Spike Lee on a Sunday Afternoon

I actually took a day off yesterday and acted like it was Sunday. Hannah and I finally watched Spike Lee’s “When The Levee’s Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts” yesterday, all in one shot. I understand now why it was nominated for so many Emmy’s this year, it’s a amazing piece of work. I won’t even delve into the political and social atrocities that are still happening in the gulf, two years later, but I will say that I learned things I didn’t know, and I have a new respect for the people of New Orleans. Also, Terence Blanchard did a wonderful job with the score, they could not have chosen someone more apt or talented. 

Level of Trust is almost done, a few new cues were added, I’m hoping to wrap things up before the end of the month, which I believe is the producer’s deadline as well.

Last week I had a meeting at Monster Effects to watch the latest cue of Eyes of the Woods. The movie is coming along well, and gets better every time I watch it. I should have a locked cut in a few weeks that I can finish scoring.

Gotta run; I’ve got a ToDo list to update, music to write, and a demo to prepare.