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Best Composer Award: Curtis Moore

I was so fortunate to be selected to participate in this amazing workshop, where I was honored to win the Best Composer Award from some of my favorite film and TV composers:

Mark Snow (X Files)
Sean Callery (24, Homeland)
Ira Newborn (The Blues Brothers, 48 Hours, Ferris Bueller's Day Off) Click to hear selection and read more.

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Original songs written and performed by Curtis Moore, Matthew Brookshire, and Eytan Mirsky

Curtis Moore and Matthew Brookshire composed and produced several songs for the film Palindromes by acclaimed writer/director Todd Solondz (Welcome to the Dollhouse, Happiness). The film stars Ellen Barkin and Jennifer Jason Leigh.

In the film, a group of adopted children from an ultra-conservative Christian family form a teen-pop band, known as the Sunshine Singers. Think: N*SYNC meets the New Christy Minstrels, circa 1997. Listen to music and read more about Palindromes

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Original Score by Curtis Moore

Eleven New Yorkers change course after catastrophic world events force them to examine why they moved to New York and to decide whether they'll stay. Clear Blue Tuesday follows their lives over the course of six years, each year on a Tuesday in September, as they try to achieve the dreams that drew them to the city.   Directed by Elizabeth Lucas and written in collaboration with the cast.  Scored by Curtis Moore. Click to hear selections, see clips, and read more.

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Original Score composed by Curtis Moore

I was honored to be asked to write the music for The Orphaned Starfish Foundation's animated logo identity.   You can read more about this great charity here.

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Music composed and produced by Curtis Moore  Commercial for Definitions Private Training gym.

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A film by Craig Love with music by Curtis Moore.

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Original Score written and performed by Curtis Moore and Matthew Brookshire

Curtis and Matthew wrote and performed the score for this short film, which was also screened at the Beverly Hills Short Film Festival, and the NYC Downtown Short Film Festival, where it won a Best Actress (Renee Albert) award and an honorable mention for Best Comedy.