Using an extraordinary archive of photographs and footage, rare interviews with canal workers, and first-hand accounts of life in the Canal zone, this film unravels the remarkable story of one of the world's most daring and significant technological achievements.....
Air an 15mh den Lùnastal, 1914, dh' fhosgail Canal a' Phanama, a' ceangal an dà chuan as motha san t-saoghal ri chèile agus a' sealltainn a' chumhachd a bha gu bhith aig Ameireaga. Bha na h-Ameireaganaichair a bhith soirbheachail far an do dh' fhàillig na Frangaich beagan bhliadhnaichean ro làimh.
Sealab is my latest production for the American Experience series. It chronicles a series of innovative underwater habitat experiments in the 1960s meant to push man’s limits to new depths, creating the ability to live, work, and explore the ocean floor. With stunning archival material and present day interviews with aquanauts who participated in the groundbreaking experiments, Sealab is the untold story of the fascinating and often dangerous work that forever changed our relationship with the deep sea. It was a pleasure to create this "underwater" Score for the folks at Insignia films and WGBH.
DETECTED THE MOVIE- Original Music by Peter Rundquist
Two FRONTLINE documentaries — Confronting ISIS, an investigation of the complexities and challenges of the U.S.-led fight against the terror group, and Exodus, a portrait of the global refugee and migrant crisis — were named George Foster Peabody Award winners for excellence in documentary filmmaking . I am happy to have been the contributing composer to Martin Smith's impactful production for Rain Media.