A contemporary film noir whose esthetic is “best embodied” by Joel Douek’s score (orchestrated by Greg Pliska), this indie hit stars Adrien Brody, Yvonne Strahovski, Jennifer Beals, Campbell Scott and Steven Berkoff. Now streaming everywhere.

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Music by Chris Hajian and Orchestrations by Greg Pliska. “One of the cutest family films ever made” and “Laugh-out-loud funny“, The Little Rascals Save the Day follows Spanky, Alfalfa, Darla, Buckwheat, Petey the dog and the whole gang as they are up to their usual mischief! The Rascals try anything to raise the money needed to save their grandma’s (Doris Roberts)...

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KINGDOM OF PLANTS 3D wins international film score award

Orchestrations by Greg Pliska. The score for the David Attenborough TV documentary Kingdom of Plants 3D was awarded the GoldSpirit Award for Best Documentary Score at the 2013 International Film Music Festival in Cordoba, Spain. Composers Joel Douek, Elik Alvarez and Freddy Sheinfeld were on hand to receive the award, and to present a suite of music from the series, which includes orchestrations...

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Orchestrations by Greg Pliska and Dominik Hauser. The highly successful GALAPAGOS 3D series (another David Attenborough production) is now ready and mastered for an early 2014 Giant Screen worldwide release, through distributor nWave. The score is again by Douek, Alvarez and Sheinfeld, with orchestrations by Greg Pliska and Dominik Hauser....

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BLOOD IN THE WATER (Shark Week, Discovery Channel)

Music by Greg Pliska and Joel Douek The centerpiece of 2009’s Shark Week on the Discovery Channel, BLOOD IN THE WATER tells the true story of two weeks that gripped the nation and inspired the book and film JAWS. In 1916, the New Jersey shore became a feeding ground as five people were attacked in 12 days, triggering a nationwide panic. It was the first multiple shark attack in American history,...

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A film by Yitz Brilliant, with music by Greg Pliska THE KIDDUSH MAN, a short coming-of-age film, was awarded the National Board of Review Award by the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, as well as the Reviewers’ Choice Award at the New Jersey Film Festival, and First Place in the NYU Jewish Film Festival. A bored young boy who is in the habit of sneaking out of Shabbat services finds...

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