Positive Visualization film fest update #4


POSITIVE VISUALIZATION has been accepted in to the 2016 SoCal Independent Film Festival! The festival will run from Wednesday, February 10th through Saturday, February 13th. More specific details to follow!


“Fate Accompli” in Bram Stoker Festival

I’m thrilled to share that Fate Accompli, which I sound-designed and mixed, has been accepted to the Bram Stoker Horror Film Festival in Whitby, England. Congratulations to my fellow artists!


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Positive Visualization film fest update #3

Positive Visualization has been named an Official Selection in the Santa Monica Independent Film Festival!



“Chrysalis” wins Best Horror Film at GenCon

Congratulations to director John Klein and the cast and crew of “Chrysalis,” which won Best Horror Film at the GenCon 2015 Film Fest!

Positive Visualization film fest update #2

Just a quick note that Positive Visualization has been accepted in to two more film festivals.

Congrats again to the cast and crew!



Positive Visualization Film festival update

More news about a short film I mixed:

In addition to winning an Award of Excellence from the Best Shorts Competition, “Positive Visualization” has been named an Official Selection at The Indie Fest, an Official Selection at the Trenton Film Festival, and will be screened at the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival.

The Kickstarter for “Cold War,” the feature-length film based on “Positive Visualization,” is almost 50% funded with 16 days to go. The Kickstarter also got a mention on Yahoo! Movies a few days back.  Check it out and donate if you’re so moved!


Cold War Kickstarter

Recently I posted about a short film I mixed called “Positive Visualization” that had won an Award of Excellence from the Best Shorts Competition. The directors of that short are now working on “Cold War,” a full-length version of the same story, and have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund it. Feel free to check out the “Cold War” Kickstarter page, where you can also see the original “Positive Visualization” short, and donate some modest coin if you are so moved!

Madeline Walter and Rene Gube from “Cold War.”