Kurt spent the spring doing some additional editing on the new documentary, Dear Santa, directed by his friend and Batkid Begins collaborator Dana Nachman; it was released December 4th by IFC Films to gushing reviews. Links to see it can be found at www.dearsanta.movie.
Kurt has remastered his documentary “Dear Zachary“, its epilogue, and its bonus features for HD, converting the original standard definition elements to HD shot-by-shot, while remixing the film in 5.1 surround, so that it now looks and sounds as originally intended on today’s platforms. A 10th Anniversary Collector’s Edition Blu-ray and DVD with special artwork and packaging is available only from Oscilloscope Laboratories, while the 10th Anniversary Blu-ray and DVD (standard packaging) are available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Target, and Walmart. This 10th Anniversary Remastered Edition is also available digitally on iTunes (with bonus features), Amazon Prime Video, and Google Play.
Kurt recently directed Season 7, Episode 5 of NBC’s “The Blacklist” (titled “Norman Devane” – his 5th episode for the show), which aired on November 1st, and can now be streamed on NBC’s site HERE.
Kurt recently directed Season 6, Episode 7 of NBC’s “The Blacklist” (titled “General Shiro” – his 4th episode for the show), which aired on February 15th, and can now be streamed on NBC’s site HERE.
Kurt directed Hour 2 of the 2-hour Season 6 premiere of NBC’s “The Blacklist”, which aired January 4th, and can now be streamed on NBC’s site HERE. He also directed Episode 7 of the new season, which will air on February 8th at 9pm on NBC.
A newly mastered soundtrack album of Kurt’s collected scores for his award-winning short film series – Rent-A-Person (2004), Validation (2007), Slow (2008), and The Phone Book (2008) – is now available on CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon Music, and Google Play; the album includes the tune “Smile” from Validation. Click the name of each service to find it in your preferred format – and click HERE to listen to sample tracks from the album on SoundCloud.
A newly mastered edition of the soundtrack album of Kurt’s orchestral score for his 2001 documentary Drive-In Movie Memories is now available on CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon Music, and Google Play. Click the name of each service to find it in your preferred format – and click HERE to listen to sample tracks from the album on SoundCloud.