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Native New Yorker - A Film by Steve Bilich - Music by William Susman
Seeded by susmanmusic on 4 May 2009
Author: WilliamSusmanMusic
WINNER 2006 Best Documentary Short Tribeca Film Festival. "...the stuff dreams - and nightmares - are made of." - Marc Savlov, The Austin Chronicle. "...a conventionally unclassifiable short... In 13 minutes it brilliantly encapsulates aeons." - Malcolm Lewis, The New Internationalist The Ebony Strings Quartet Demetrius Spaneas - flute, reeds Jacquelyn Familant - vocalst William Susman - percussion Shot before, during and after 9/11, 'Native New Yorker' took several years of filming, with a running length of 13 minutes. A memorial to 9/11, the most transforming global event in recent history and its intersection with our nations past. This is a film by Steve Bilich with an original score composed by William Susman. Official website to this award-winning film Buy the DVD at The Tribeca Film Institute Reframe Collection Buy the DVD at Download the film at
Work: Susman: Native New Yorker
Composer: William Susman
Instrument: Soprano ; Flute ; Clarinet ; Alto Saxophone ; Percussion
Venue: The Stone
Form/Genre: Film Score
Period: 20th Century ; 21st Century