I'm proud to announce that Relevo, an experimental short film that I had the pleasure to work on, is finally complete!
Relevo, which was written and produced by Aram Vidal, has been a wonderful adventure. "Short" yet intense!
Relevo is a 9-minute film belonging to the drama and thriller genres that takes you into a journey about life and its cyclicity in particular.
Aram Vidal is a talented Cuban director and video-artist who produces beautiful short films, documentaries etc. (http://aramvidaldotcom1.wordpress.com/)
Aram is a also a very nice guy to work with; I've actually enjoyed collaborating with him very much. What has impressed me the most about Aram was the fact that he has made me feel at ease and confident since the very beginning of the Relevo Project. Aram never questioned my skills and one of the most common phrases he used was "I trust you". This has always made me "feel good", gave me great motivation and it actually pushed me to do well and try my best throughout the project.
Relevo is also a good example of Aram's work. It's a powerful short film featuring great shots, progressive cinematography and a very interesting message. Its experimental disposition also allowed me to write my first hybrid score and to be a little more experimental with musical ideas, sounds etc. (Did I mention that this is a dialogue-less film?)
For Relevo I've written the music, the sound design and I've also dealt with the dubbing mix, therefore I had full responsibility of the sound department.
Overall, I'm quite pleased with the results and so is Aram and the rest of the film crew (which is the most important thing for me).
I've uploaded an excerpt from the film on the Music for Film & TV page, so feel free to have a look at it and say what you think!
Here is the teaser-trailer by the way...
I hope you enjoy it!