After a crazy week at the Berlinale Talent Campus, I'm physically completely exhausted, but mentally energized and inspired. I met many amazing and talented people from all over the world that I hope to stay in touch with.
A highlight for me was workshopping my score to the short film "Hogtown" at Post Republic studio, one of the top audio post production houses in Germany, with the German composer Martin Todsharow, along with Rutger Reinders with his short film "Sevilla".
On the whole I am very happy to have had this opportunity, and can't wait to write some more music now that I'm back in town.
I'm also getting used to normal English, after hearing much "foreign" grammar and syntax, since probably 90% of the people I met were not native speakers, and would use slightly funny constructions like, "you will go to the hotel now?", "only two years I am working in film", "I don't find my tickets", etc... I found myself naturally slipping into these over the course of the week, just like how I got a bit of a midwestern twang after two years of studying in Indiana.