Baby Blues, also known in some countries as Cradle Will Fall, is an independent horror film by the same executive producer as Better Off Dead, Fried Green Tomatoes and Breakfast Club, believe it or not. The film breaks new ground in the horror genre (which itself is a feat) by exploring psychosis in a female protagonist brought on by postpartum depression. I joined the project as sound designer and composer when I was living in Savannah, Georgia (the film was shot on a farm just outside of town). The original score is very electroacoustic, "droney," replete with high frequency samples and, I'll admit it, full of plenty of "be scared now" atmos. This is also my top selling album in the various online distribution channels, so it's worth promoting. If you like electronic music that isn't necessarily groove-based in the electronica vein, check out my other CDs. My albums are available on iTunes, Amazon, Napster/Rhapsody, Spotify, eMusic and many other outlets.
I have three other albums in distribution, my Top Downloaded tracks include The Glistening Dew, The Ecstasies of Progress, and Part 6 of my Suite for MIDI Piano. These are not very mainstream in style but a few tracks seem to have struck a chord with a lot of folks.
I am a multi-disciplinary artist based in Vancouver, British Columbia, where I teach in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology at Simon Fraser University. I am also the founder and director of CINESONIKA, an annual international film festival and conference on the theme of Sound Design, and editor of academic journal The Soundtrack. You can find out more about my other work, such as my book of short stories Tatvan, at my portfolio website www.filimowicz.com.