SELECTED HIGHLIGHTS FROM AMY GORDON’S MEDIA COMPOSITION
THE TURNER EXHIBIT (2020) – directed by Mathew Bainbridge
Original Soundtrack by Amy Gordon
Score won “Best Score” by the Monkey Bread Tree Film Awards: “A really chilling and tense making score is provided here by Gordon. She pulls all the strings when it comes to creating an eerie world.”
Growing resentment between brothers Anthony and Alex Turner, one successful and the other struggling, leads to tragic consequences. Over the course of three holiday gatherings, tensions caused by strained family bonds and social inequity boil over into jealousy, deception and betrayal.
Starring David Costabile, JD Cullum, Angelica Page, Michelle Pawk, Elizabeth Cassedy. Directed by Mathew Bainbridge.
ASH’S HOMECOMING (2018) – a Pokemon Fan Film directed by Joshua Hoh
Ending Credits by Amy Gordon
17 years after setting out on his Pokémon journey, Ash Ketchum returns home to face his family, friends, and foes. Will Ash be able to overcome his fears to discover his true destiny?
FELINE FOLLIES (2017)
Felix the Cat – Feline Follies (1919), originally a silent film, with original score by Amy Gordon
Composed for The Vineyard Touring Opera Company’s “The Sound of Silents”, where a live orchestra played original scores to silent films by Los Angeles-based composers (Premiere at Forest Lawn in Glendale, 2017)
Felix the Cat – Feline Follies (with original music by Amy Gordon)
PEOPLE & PERSPECTIVES (2015)
OPENING & CLOSING THEME MUSIC BY AMY GORDON
People & Perspectives (P&P) is a digital oral history library supported by Public Responsibility in Medicine & Research (PRIM&R). Visit http://www.peopleandperspectives.org to learn more.
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INTERVIEW WITH FRANS DE WAAL – THE NUANCES OF PRIMATE BEHAVIOR (2015)