2006. Directed by Christopher Romero. Models Eugenia Volodina, Hana Soukupova and Natalia Vodianova. Designers Calvin Klien, Marc Jacobs, and Proenza Schouler. Guitar by the dy-no-mite Adrian Romero, score by me.
Here’s the trailer for Michael Roud’s film “Black Cadillac.”
Featuring Natalia Vodianova. Directed by Chris Romero. Guitar by the fabulous Adrian Romero, score by me.
Currently scoring a series of video episodes titled Z.E.R.O.: War of the Dead, following the adventures of a ragtag paramilitary team of zombie-hunters. The series is produced by Spherewerx Media in association with Fangoria TV.
I recently had the privilege of providing music for The 2006 CFDA Womenswear Designer of the Year Film, which is now available for download as a podcast from iTunes.
The film was played on Monday, June 5th, 2006 in New York as part of the awards ceremony – often called â€œThe Oscars of Fashionâ€ – which included such fashion-loving celebrity presenters as Scarlett Johansson, Alicia Keys, John Legend and Lindsay Lohan, mixing with fashion names such as Donna Karan, Ralph Lauren, Marc Jacobs, Diane von Furstenberg, Carolina Herrera, Karl Lagerfeld, Vera Wang, Proenza Schouler and Zac Posen (thanks to Adrian Romero for that description).
I worked closely with Chris Romero, the filmâ€™s ingenious writer-director, to create a new version of my piece Stonfluent Smansion under very tight timing, about which he was kind enough to say in his own announcement, â€œCharles put in a huge effort and did an amazing job on the remix of his track with less than a dayâ€™s notice. He is a hugely talented guy and I am extremely grateful.â€ Back atcha, Chris. The music heard on a radio at the beginning of the film is by songwriter and killer guitarist Adrian Romero.
I provided music for â€œPatchâ€ a film directed by Chris Romero, featuring Melissa Leo (nominated for best actress in a leading role in the 2008 Academy Awards for â€œFrozen Riverâ€) and Debbie Harry (â€Blondieâ€).Â Principal soundtrack music was by Adrian Romero and Chris Romero, with a song by Peter Gabriel.