The Punk Singer, a documentary about Kathleen Hanna, the singer in Bikini Kill and Le Tigre, mixed at MediaNoise premieres at SXSW Film Festival March 2013.
Panamarama, a huge 12 screen installation piece will inaugurate the new Biodiversity Museum of Panama designed by architect Frank Gehry in the spring of 2013. The installation will feature an 11-channel sound and music design created by Quentin.
Quentin is nominated for a 2012 Drama Desk Award for his sound design for Eddie Antar's play The Navigator, slated to open Off-Broadway in 2013.
Christian Marclay's The Clock with sound design by Quentin wins the Venice Biennale and continues to conquer the art world. It is installed in NYC's MOMA running through January 2013.
Quentin is commissioned to write the score for the new Theodore Roosevelt exhibition in celebration of the re-opening of the Roosevelt wing of the American Museum of Natural History in New York. The score runs in tandem with two film pieces - one by Filmmaker Kevin Burget, a mini documentary about Roosevelt's life, as well as a collage of images created by Ken Burns highlighting America's National Parks. The exhibition will be running through 2013.
Arthur Vincie's film Found In Time with original music and sound design by Quentin and the MediaNoise team wins "Best Sci-Fi Feature" at the Shriekfest Film Festival in LA. It continues to be accepted into more festivals. Click here for a review of Found In Time
The play Murder in the First by Dan Gordon premieres at 59 e 59 Theatres in June 2012 with original music and sound design by Quentin.
Yvonne Rainer and company performs to 2 scores co-created by Quentin and Yvonne Rainer at Dancespace in NYC in January 2013.
The Documentary 16 Acres With sound design and mix by Quentin and MediaNoise premieres in NYC in November 2012. It's a fascinating story, even for those of us who have lived through the decade-plus battle to rebuild the World Trade center site. Congrats to Richard Hankin and his team. Check out all the great reviews of this piece. Says Variety: "Tech credits are tops."
Melvin and Jean: An American Story by Maia Wechsler premieres in November 2012 as part of IFC's DOC/NYC program. Click here for a write up about this fascinating documentary
Christian Marclay's amazing 24 hour masterpiece, The Clock premiered at London's White Cube Gallery on October 14th 2010 to rave reviews. We worked for many months to get the sound design and mix just right for this film and sound "Clock." It is now touring the world and lands in NYC on January 21st, 2011. Some links for The Clock:
Joe Infantolino's latest film, Helena From the Wedding, mixed and designed at Media Noise last year, starring Lee Tergesen and Melanie Lynskey had it's NYC release at the Quad Cinemas on October 11 2010 and continues to premiere across the country.
Laurie Weisman and Roz Jacob's beautiful documentary Finding Kalman, about the art of remembering was designed and mixed at Media Noise this fall. It had it's premiere in Houston on PBS on November 12 2010: http://memoryprojectproductions.com
When Harry Tries to Marry directed by Nayan Padrai, designed and mixed at Media Noise premiered at Austin Film Festival and Mumbai Film Festival October 2010.
Spectropia, a live-mix cinema event by Toni Dove with sound design and mix by Media Noise at the Kitchen Dec 9-11 2010. Work on Toni Dove's new piece Lucid Possession to begin early spring 2011.
Yvonne Rainer premieres her new piece Assisted Living: Good Sports 2 with a score co-created by Quentin Chiappetta at The Pompidou Centre in Paris in February 2011.
3 Backyards, a new feature film starring Elias Koteas and Edie Falco and Directed by Eric Mendelsohn (Judy Berlin) WINS Best Director at the2010 Sundance film Festival.
Joe Infantolino's new film Helena From the Wedding premieres at South By Southwest with a great ensemble cast including Jessica Hecht and Lee Tergesen.
Raising Meghan an informational narrative short film about Cystic Fibrosis Directed by Sera Roeg wins a Clio.
Qunetin scored Sean P. McCarthy's new feature film Uncle Stephanie starring the amazing Laverne Cox.
Red Hook, The great horror film Quentin scored last year (2009), is being distributed by Phase 4 films. The film is now on Netflix and Amazon and available via Video-on-demand on Brighthouse, Cablevision, Comcast, Cox, Insight, and Time Warner.
Emergency Level 1 features Quentin's music in the opening title sequence. The first episode premiered on The Learning Channel at 8pm on December 27th 2009.
Also in the music department Quentin edited, mixed and mastered a great new CD called Voice of the People by the violinist Shem Guibbory. He plays some fantastic new music by the composer Gabriella Frank as well as Shostikovich's final violin sonata. It will be released spring 2010.
Check out the trailer for the 2009 feature film Red Hook with music by Quentin!
Quentin goes to Broadway! The sold-out off-Broadway drama, Irena's Vow, starring Tony nominated Tovah Feldshuh, with music and sound design by Quentin, has moved to Broadway and will open on March 29, 2009 at the Walter Kerr Theatre!
Quentin recorded, mixed and mastered the CD Songtags by the extraordinary vocalist and composer Jenny Walshe - look for the review in Wired Magazine.
Out in the City, a documentary about gay and lesbian life in New York City, was mixed and sound designed by Quentin. It also featured a song by Quentin and David Briggs. It aired on Logo in January and February 2009.
Cynthia Madansky and Angelika Brudniak's documentary, Minot, screened at MOMA in February 2009 after touring many major film festivals and winning the best short film at the Cinèma Du Rèel Festival in Europe - sound design, music edit and mix by Quentin.
Daria Martin's The Minotaur premiered at the New Museum in February 2009, sound design, music edit and mix by Quentin.
Quentin completed the score for the pilot I Died produced by Eden Productions.
Quentin is working on the score for Sean Patrick McCarthy's new feature film Uncle Stephanie, to be finished in the late spring 2009.
Isabella Rossellini's series of shorts, Green Porn are going to be shown at both the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and the Berlin Film Festival. They will also air on the Sundance Channel. The sound design, mix, and editing of Zeena Parkins's fine music was done at MediaNoise.
Quentin will be scoring Red Sand Media's thriller feature Red Hook starring Christina Brucato.
A pair of documentaries with sound design and mix done at MediaNoise are doing very well: Today's Man, a documentary by Lizzie Gottlieb about Asperger syndrome premiered on PBS January 8, 2008. Here's a link to an article about it published in the New York Times: Today's Man
Vanessa Roth's documentary The Third Monday in October, about the high stakes of middle school student council elections, continues to show around the country. An air date is soon to be released!
The Seattle Dance Project premieres Intimacy of Strife, a 20-minute work with music by Quentin and choreography by Pat Catterson, on January 24-27, 2008 at the ACT Theatre in Seattle.
Irena's Vow, a play by screen-writer Dan Gordon and starring Tovah Feldshuh with music and sound design by Quentin is set to open off Broadway this coming fall 2008.
Jody Sperling's Time/Lapse Dance and Quentin Chiappetta have received a generous grant from the American Music Center to create a new dance work to be performed with live music. The tentative title is "Ghosts." Performances will take place in the fall of 2007.
Quentin and David Briggs' song-writing team, Confirmed Bachelor, is working with producers Super Buddah on a new single.
Quentin just finished the score for Eden Productions' TV pilot The Healing Diaries, a comedic and informative drama about unconventional medicine.
QC's music can be heard under episodes of The First 48 and Detroit SWAT on A&E, and Decoding Disaster on The Discovery/Times Channel.