Our premiere is April 9th.at 4:10pm in Durham, NC Tickets for our premiere are available here Spread the word and see you at the screening!
Inside the Making of a Composition
Thanks to Cliff Bellamy at the Herald Sun for reviewing The Ballad of Fred Hersch for the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival. Love the title!
Poster done! Ready for Full Frame.
Our poster beautifully designed by Berlin artist Emily Smith is out. We are ready for the Premiere at Full Frame.
Premiering at the Full Frame Film Festival
We are thrilled to announce that The Ballad of Fred Hersch will premiere at the prestigious Full Frame Film Festival on Saturday, April 9th.
Sound mix, the music comes alive
Finishing up the sound mix with Jim LeBrecht at Berkeley Sound Artists. A treat to work with the Maestro.
Finishing the film one frame at a time
431 shots, picture locked, we have started color correction for The Ballad of Fred Hersch with Robert Arnold.
Happy 60th. birthday Fred!
We were thrilled to celebrate Fred's 60th. birthday this week and film Fred Hersch Trio one last time at the Village Vanguard. What a night! Fred Hersch Trio with John Hebert on bass and Eric McPherson on drums
The Ballad of Fred Hersch is going international…with our editor in New Zealand
The Ballad of Fred Hersch is officially an international production with editor Warwick Meade in New Zealand, Carrie Lozano in Berkeley and Charlotte Lagarde in Brooklyn. Grateful for all the new technologies that make it possible.
Thank you to The Reva and David Logan Foundation for their very generous matching fund
We are thrilled to announce that The Reva and David Logan Foundation have granted a $100,000 matching fund for The Ballad of Fred Hersch. Please help us match the fund by making a tax deductible donation so we can finish this intimate, moving and important film about Fred Hersch.
“Extravagently Beautiful new album” says the New York Times about Fred Hersch’s Floating
"Mr. Hersch, with his fluent exposition, his rapturous clarity and his elegant assurance of touch, leads the way." says the New York Times. We couldn't agree more.