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Hoopeston

Hoopeston, directed by Thomas Bender of SYNYDYNE, is a documentary feature about a heartland town with a Witch School.

It premiered at the 2008 New York Underground Film Festival. Additional screenings included the 2008 Chicago Underground Film Festival and the 2009 Bradford International Film Festival.

  1. The Opening (vocals by Lauren Edman)

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  2. Sweet Corn Festival (violinist, Steven Dunning)

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  3. The Crystal Web (violinist, Steven Dunning)

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  4. The Wildon Building (a.k.a. That Depressed)

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  5. Never A Fluid Transmission

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  6. Real Estate

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  7. Vermillion Iron

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  8. Meth Heads

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Categories: Composing.

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2 responses

  1. I have been looking for this since seeing Hoopeston. Truly haunting yet moving music. Love it.

  2. Thanks for linking directly to the MP3s 🙂 It was a bother to look through the source

    Alexander KirkegaardApril 23, 2011 @ 11:37 am