Kurt Kuenne directed Episode 5 of Season 4 of the NBC show “The Blacklist” starring James Spader, which aired on October 20th. The episode is now streaming on NBC’s site HERE. Watch an episode highlight HERE and read Kurt’s interview with Filmmaker Magazine about the experience of directing the show HERE.
“Kate & David”, Kurt Kuenne’s main theme from Dear Zachary, is now available as piano solo sheet music from Swirly Music. A single of the new piano solo arrangement is now available on CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon and Google Play. (The orchestral soundtrack album of the full score is also available on CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon and Google Play.)
“Crime of Passion”, a piano solo version of the theme Kurt Kuenne wrote for Jon Bokenkamp’s first feature Preston Tylk in 1999, was featured on Mr. Bokenkamp’s hit NBC show The Blacklist on April 28th (Season 3, Episode 20, “The Artax Network”). Due to high viewer interest in the piece, the single is now available on iTunes, CD Baby, Amazon Music and Google Play — and the piano solo sheet music is now available from Swirly Music.
The soundtrack album of Kurt Kuenne’s orchestral score for Dear Zachary, nominated for Best Documentary Score of 2008 by the International Film Music Critics Association, is now available on CD (from CD Baby), iTunes, Amazon MP3 and Google Play. Click the name of each service to find it in your preferred format – and click HERE to listen to sample tracks on SoundCloud.
Batkid Begins, a documentary co-written, edited and sound designed by Kurt Kuenne, is now available on DVD and digital download from iTunes, Amazon Video, Vudu, CinemaNow and Google Play. To find it in the medium of your choice, click HERE!
Indieflix is now offering worldwide* streaming of the black & white director’s cut of Kurt Kuenne’s 2011 film Shuffle, while also offering worldwide streaming of his films Dear Zachary and Drive-In Movie Memories. Check them out with a free trial Indieflix subscription HERE. (*except UK, S. Korea, China and Latin America)
Batkid Begins, a documentary co-written, edited and sound designed by Kurt Kuenne, opens today in Albany, Tucson, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Columbus, Houston, San Antonio, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City and Washington D.C. Click here for theatre listing.