Feeling alone, falling in love, and hunting for happiness together; it's a tried-and-true part of life. But in the era of Tinder, polyamory, dating sites for finding a mistress, and open asexuality, the search for satisfaction is more confusing than ever. Alone / Togetherexamines the weird phenomenon of romance as it gets weirder.
Episode one follows two New Yorkers on the prowl as they try to meet their matches in a sea supposedly full of fish. Maya goes old-school and hires a matchmaker, while John plays the virtual field while on a Tinder spree.
Sound Design for a handful of Andrew Jive's Vine campaigns.
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Click the speaker in the bottom right corner of each vine :)
Gilded Audio mixed this short film shot time lapse on 16mm film for Sean Hanley.
"Springtime along the Mid-Atlantic seaboard, thousands of horseshoe crabs spawn on beaches under the glow of the full moon. A brief glimpse into a 450 million year old ritual."
Online soon! In the meantime, check it out at any of these festivals!:
• Winnipeg Underground Film Festival, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
• Aurora Picture Show: Extremely Shorts Film Festival, Houston, TX
• EDOC: (Encuentros del otro cine) festival internacional de cine documental, Quito, Ecuador
• Haverhill Experimental Film Festival, Haverhill, MA
• Milwaukee Underground Film Festival, Milwaukee, WI
• Iowa City International Documentary Film Festival, Iowa City, IA
Exit Interview is a 3 minute short film about a dead housewife who examines her recently departed life while being interviewed by the Devil’s personal assistant.
Directed by Winnie Cheung, this dialogue free short presented a unique opportunity and challenge for Gilded Audio. With no production sound to work with, we were free to let our imagination roam as we created all of the sound and music for the film entirely from scratch.
Gilded Audio created the music for this Intel spot.
See how Intel Solid State Drive's drive innovation in business, intelligent systems and cloud computing.
Reonomy is revolutionizing the real estate game - using their custom-built application to aggregate and deliver huge amounts of data to potential investors in an organized fashion.
Gilded Audio created an original piece of music to underscore this ad (produced by Good Look), as well as editing and mixing all of the audio for the piece.
The Transmitter Show – Words At a Distance is a book and a series of radio plays with contributing artists Alex Bailey, Pierre Bismuth & Dessislava Dimova, Kristin Tårnesvik & Espen Sommer Eide, Kim Hiorthøy & Lisa Österberg, Jugedamos, Krõõt Juurak, Tija Suttikul,Michael Alexander Vizsolyi and Bedwyr Williams edited by Aaron Schuster and Anne Szefer Karlsen in collaboration with Hordaland Art Centre, Bergen, Norway.
Score and Sound Design by Gilded Audio
2014 World Premiere at Northside Festival
2014 Official Selection New Filmmakers New York
2014 Official Selection Other Worlds Austin
2015 Official Selection The Philip K Dick Film Festival
Dear Lucas is a science-fiction romantic drama, combining fantastical futuristic elements and simple human emotion. A directionless young man finds the love of his life, and suddenly his whole world seems to make sense, but a message from his future self warns him to stay away to avoid a lifetime of pain and misery-- will the love he's found be worth it?
Featured on Film Shortage and Creative District
Original Music for "Brothers" - directed by Larry Cohen
Official Selection - 55th San Francisco International Film Festival
Official Selection - Inaugural Montclair Film Festival
A short film about the modern difficulty of communicating with your family.
Two brothers embark on a road trip home for their grandmother's funeral. But on a highway rest stop, David Stern finds out no one's told his younger brother Andy – they're not headed home for Grandma Vern's birthday anymore. Now David must confront his mother and bear the bad news to Andy, as only brothers can.
GA created the original score for this short documentary.
2013 Official Selection - Brooklyn Film Festival
The Real Motel Life is a documentary short inspired by the book The Motel Life by Willy Vlautin. It is a living video portrait of Reno, Nevada. Through the intimate interviews of it's residents, both permanent and temporary, we dive into a transient city that still hasn't bounced back from the recession.
Our selection of characters range from Toni, the "adult entertainer" who works out of her motel room, to Audrey, an ex-Reno cop trying to raise her three sons in a safe environment, and Ron, a friendly motel lifer who enjoys drinking alone in his own room. They all end up living in motels for different reasons, but each maintain a very positive outlook on their future.
A web comedy about New York's favorite illegitimate moving company.
Episode 2 takes us into the seedy underworld of illegal DVD pirating. John Carpenter's dark, synth-heavy score for Escape From New York was the initial reference and jump off point for this piece.
Gilded created a hazy, gazy, score to this narrative short, directed by Ryan Decker.
New York is a bustling metropolis with more than 11,500 unique street corners. Phil is a guileless, friendly small-town transplant who is deathly afraid of jaywalking: Don’t Walk signs are his kryptonite. Each episode of this micro-sitcom takes place at a crosswalk during the time when the DON'T WALK sign is illuminated. Every street corner in the city is a new, challenging world and this is Phil’s journey through that weird universe on his way to his first day at his new job.