Talking Soundtracks: Interview with Leanna Primiani


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IVORY WAVE is an experimental horror short that unsettles an audience while asking them to empathize with sudden tragedy. Much of Ivory Wave appears to be dreamlike- suspended somewhere just outside the bounds of reality.

The film asks the viewer to surrender themselves to the immersive story. The slight disorientation that is presented mirrors how one might feel when in a drug-induced state. Brilliantly, the film surrenders itself to this disorientation as the lead loses himself to grief and substance abuse.

The music for the film, written for string quartet and bespoke modular electronics, was by award-winning composer and conductor LEANNA PRIMIANI.

In October 2021 for TALKING SOUNDTRACKS via Zoom, Jason Drury had the pleasure of talking with Leanna Primiani at her studio in Santa Monica, California. During the interview, they talked about IVORY WAVE, her career to date and her future musical plans as well as playing excepts from IVORY WAVE and more from this new talent in film music.

To listen to the complete Ivory Wave score, head over to her Bandcamp page by clicking HERE!

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