Exhaling Music | Digging Deeper
His childhood religion could never follow him into adulthood. Award-winning documentary featuring composer Flint Juventino Beppe.
Surrounded by secrecy, the Rognan-composer Flint Juventino
Beppe, 36, has captured the heart and minds of the
international music scene. The self-taught composer is on first
name terms with stars such as Sir James Galway and Vladimir
Ashkenazy. "I never compose music", Beppe says, "the tones just
float around inside my head. When they get too loud, I have to
breathe them out." This film is a story about a personal war,
and about finally recapturing the love for music and life.
Trond Eliassen, 2009, Documentary, 56 min. Produced by News on Request AS.
Running time: 57 minutes. Cinema release: 2010. VOD release: 2015.
– Being a somewhat withdrawn person, this kind of attention is not daily fare for me. However, I felt very well taken care of by the production company, and it was a strong experience to be part of this adventure. I hope that this story might bring about some entertaining and good moments.
Flint Juventino Beppe
From the movie Exhaling Music. Vladimir Ashkenazy and Flint Juventino Beppe. Flint Juventino Beppe and director Trond Eliassen.
Photo: News on Request AS.
Awards & Nominations
European Film Festival, 2010, Official selection
Tromsø International Film Festival, Norway
The Tromsø Palm 2010, Winner
Gullruten 2011 (Golden Frame 2011), Nominated
DocUtah International Film Festival, US, Raven Statuette 2010, Winner
Park City Film Music Festival, US, Silver Medal of Excellence 2010, Winner
Mexico International Film Festival, Silver Palm 2010, Winner
Northern Character Film Festival, Russia, 1st price diploma 2010, Winner
International Filmmaker Festival, UK, Nominated Best Soundtrack 2010, Official selection
DocMiami Intl. Film Festival, US, 2010, Official selection
Polar Film Festival, Finland, 2010, Official selection
Dawson City Intl. Short Film Festival, Canada, 2010, Official selection
«Gullruten» (the Norwegian equivalent to the Emmy's) is a yearly award show that celebrates the Norwegian TV industry. The award was founded by the Norwegian Film and TV producers' association in 1998. The nomination and jury selection is governed by the «Gullruten» committee consisting of members from the Norwegian film and TV producers' association and the Norwegian TV channels TV2, TVNorge, TV3 and NRK.
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