I am very excited to be performing a new original score for the 1930 film "People on Sunday". As part of the Sound + Vision Festival, I will be joining guitarist Matthew Nolan and pianist Rachel Grimes in accompanying the film.
Matthew Nolan writes, "The new musical score to "People on Sunday" is based on a creative response to that which we don’t see. This compositional strategy allows us to echo those internal psychological and narrative meanings behind and beyond the images. For us there is a haunting duality to directors Robert Siodmak and Edgar G. Ulmer’s vision of 1930s Berlin, and the new score reflects this sense of social or even political turbulence. Ultimately, our aim is to offer the viewer another way of seeing the movie apart from the surface view."