New York-based audio house SuperExploder composer Brady Hearn makes tension symphonically palpable in the 16-minute short film, “Red Car,” which premiered at the New York International Short Film Festival Thursday evening May 29th, 2014.  The short, directed by Steven Wilsey, features a hard-working woman who tries to build a better life with the purchase of a used red car.  “Red Car” is played in Shorts Program #7 May 29th at Landmark Sunshine Cinema, NY. 

Visit below to see a clip from “Red Car” or click here.

And click HERE for more details on the screening. 

About SuperExploder
SuperExploder is the preeminent destination for all things audio. We’re a boutique facility located in Chelsea, NYC, offering comprehensive sound services—mixing in Stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound, sound design, creative services and casting—for commercials, promos, radio, feature films, web content and experiential projects.  We’re home to industry leading mixers Jody Nazzaro and Ted Gannon.  And we represent the talents of Brady Hearn, David Brent, Michael Carey, Peter Fish, Josh Kirsch, TK Lawrence, and Ted Gannon for original music compositions.

We feature five mix studios, including two 5.1 Surround Sound studios, one designed by John Storyk and one by Brian Dorfman of Orchard Design.  Under Executive Producer Beth Cummins, our work includes commercial projects for Saatchi & Saatchi, Publicis, Hachette Book Group and Euro along with original compositions for Head & Shoulders, Lysol, Cheerios, Nick, TruTV, Selsun Blue, LUVS and Charter Cable.  Broadcast work features USA Network, Spike TV, Comedy Central, Logo VH1, Nick, Cloo, TruTV, A&E and ESPN.