Kristopher attended a special sneak peek of his new feature, “Siren” at the 40th Edition of the Atlanta Film Festival last night (April 10, 2016). Following the screening, he joined the director, Gregg Bishop, one of the writers, Luke Piotroswski and two of the actors, Mike Milligan and Justin Welborn for a spirited Q&A about […]
“Once more, with feeling!” The return of the Warner Archives’ “Batman Brave/Bold Music-Meister Sing-along” at Wondercon 2016. We had a blast last year singing through our Emmy-nominated episode along with our fans (many in costume). The open mic was a sound not to be missed! Sunday, Mar. 27 from 1-2p in Room 408AB. http://sched.co/6Q24
Michael and Kristopher attended the 2016 Academy Awards Music Nominee reception hosted by the Society of Composers and Lyricists. Four of the Best Score nominees—all legends in the industry—were in attendance today: John Williams, Ennio Morricone, Thomas Newman and Carter Burwell.
Michael, Lolita and Kristopher went to Warner Bros. Studios yesterday (Fri. 2/12/16) to be interviewed for a “Behind The Scenes” documentary about one of their upcoming projects. A big shoutout to the engaging and knowledgeable Alexander Gray and his wonderful Studio West Pictures crew for making the on-camera interview such a great experience!
Lolita, Michael and Kristopher are pleased to share the news that the “Rain of the Ghosts” radio play has been released! The audiobook, produced by Greg Weisman and Curtis Koller after Weisman’s original novel, features a full cast of voice actors, sound effects, and an original music score to accompany the reading of the book. A total of three hours […]
Michael, Lolita and Kristopher are thrilled to be among the special guests at the 2016 Film Music Festival in Krakow, Poland! Organized by the Krakow Festival Office and RMF Classic, the festival is a captivating showcase of the highest quality musical interpretations of the moving image and one of the most important festivals in the international […]
Lolita, Michael and Kristopher were at The Bridge Recording this past Monday recording their new score with a group of LA’s top studio musicians. Led by well-known concertmaster Bruce Dukov, the string orchestra effortlessly switched styles from dark tension, to deep emotion, to retro jazzy styles. “The LA musicians can not only play any style you […]
Kristopher was a guest of sports radio broadcaster and superhero aficionado Seth Everett on the “Hall of Justice” podcast, streaming on BlogTalkRadio. The interview covered his work with Michael and Lolita under the legendary Shirley Walker scoring “Batman: The Animated Series”, “Superman”, and “Batman Beyond”, as well as more recent projects the trio composed. Listen to the complete […]
Lolita, Michael and Kristopher attended the world premiere of the documentary they scored, “An Act of Love,” at the Mill Valley Film Festival on Monday. The film, directed by Scott Sheppard and produced by Sheppard and Kate Logan, tells the story of an unwitting advocate in the fight for equal rights within the Church, Rev. Frank Schaefer. Rev. […]
Kristopher and Lolita joined cast and crew members from the “Rain of the Ghosts” radio play at a charity event presented by Friends With Benefits in support of Comfort Zone Camp last night. The event, hosted by Meltdown Comics in Hollywood, featured the premiere performance of selections from the radio play (which just completed production last week) and […]
“Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight!,” a new feature-length animated holiday special, was announced by Marvel Television at New York Comic Con today. The project, featuring a score by Michael, Lolita and Kristopher will be available on Digital HD and On-Demand through select digital retailers in December 2015. Written by Mark Banker (“Adventure Time,” “Clarence”), the family-friendly action […]
DMP congratulates Michael McCuistion on today’s release of the “Time’s Up” soundtrack! His score features music from Griffith Observatory’s long-running Samuel Oschin Planetarium production; it is being released by La-La Land Records with an in-depth 12-page booklet describing both the show and the music. More information about the soundtrack is available here. Also, the Samuel Oschin Planetarium has just […]