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MARC ARAMIAN, Producer
(IMDb Pro Page)

Currently, Crunch Entertainment is co-producing SONNET, a feature film, with Greg Coote’s Latitude Entertainment and is slated for production this year in the UK.

Marc produced Crunch's Award-Winning "epic" short, DANDELION DHARMA, written and directed by Veronica and edited by Jeff. 'Dharma' won the coveted Audience Award for Best Live Action Short at the 2009 Palm Springs International ShortFest, considered to be one of the top three festivals for short films in the world. In November, 2009, "Dharma" was honored with a special screening of award-winning, international shorts presented by America Cinematheque at Hollywood's historic Egyptian Theater. Shorts International distributes it internationally.

Marc and Veronica are prominently featured in the documentary called "Follow the Filmmaker" produced by Shorts International. It aired on their US, UK and French HD Channels in 2010.

Crunch’s supernatural thriller short, FRAMED was also produced by Marc.



As a composer:

Marc is an international composer and music producer who has composed hundreds of scores for film, TV, records and commercials. Musical career highlights include four features, over 90 TV shows (two of which won Emmys and one of which won a Peabody Award), six records, over 500 commercials, one commissioned musical for Tokyo’s “Broadway,” seven computer games, six 'certified platinum' direct-to-video productions and the Flag Ceremony for the '92 Olympics in Barcelona.

He was the Manager of Soundelux Design Music Group in Hollywood, a provider of music, voiceover and soundscapes for Video Games and Location-Based Entertainment. In addition to his responsibilities for the bottom line and day-to-day operations, he was the music supervisor on three Disney video games, High School Musical: Karaoke, Cheetah Girls: Dance and High School Musical 3: Dance.

To hear Marc's music, visit Aramian.com.

Email: Marc at crunchentertainment dot com

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