This is music for an expiremental Super 8 documentary clip by Ralf ©
Schuster. It shows his view of the 9/11 tragedy that took place in
Manhattan in 2001. Schuster, who is an independent movie maker from
Germany, stayed in New York as a tourist and decided to do his holiday pics
with an old Super 8 camera. As the tragedy occured, he just continued his
work. - Stefan Hetzel, musician and composer, was Schuster's fellow
traveller. Years after (in 2004), he composed a soundtrack for Schuster's
movie. The XviD-encoded movie can be downloaded from the Internet
Archive. Here are some screenshots:
This score was composed for a wax crayon paper roll movie by Ralf ©
Schuster. We tried to win the 11. Marler Videokunstpreis with it, but we
didn't succeed. So, I am happy to present the music here. It was created in
February 2004. Here are some screenshots from the movie:
"Zu vermieten" is a 30 minute crime movie by Cottbus-based independent
director Ralf Schuster. It was produced in 2004. Titelthema and
Schlussthema are slightly adapted excerpts of the original score.
They were completed in December 2006.
This is music for an abstract felt-tip pen animation movie by Ralf ©
Schuster. It was composed in Spring 2006. Movie screenshots following:
Watch on vimeo.
"Schiffe im Sand" is a 30 minute crime movie by Cottbus-based
independent director Ralf Schuster. Titelthema and Am
Tatort are slightly adapted excerpts of the original score. They were
completed in December 2006.
Learn more on this project
here (in German).