Filmmakers: Carl Colpaert - Director, Julie Jacobs - Writer (screenplay) (story), Sheila Nayar – Writer (writer), Ruth Charny - Producer, Susan Shapiro - Producer, Dean Lent - Cinematographer, Richard Horowitz - Composer, Ron Planco - Production Designer, Annette Davey - Editor, Gail Yasunaga – Editor Barbara Hershey Naveen Andrews Carol Lynley John Doe
Filmmakers: Tony Bui – Director / Writer (story) / Producer, Timothy Linh Bui – Writer (story), Three Seasons
Jason Kliot – Producer, Joana Vicente – Producer, Lisa Rinzler – Cinematographer,
Richard Horowitz – Composer, Wing Lee – Production Designer, Keith Reamer – Editor
Harvey Keitel Ngoc Hiep Nguyen . Ngoc Minh Duong Don
After the success of The Sheltering Sky, Horowitz traveled frequently to Los Angeles to work on film scores in the early 90s but eventually moved to London with Deyhim in 1993 to work on a CD for Sony Classical. The result was Majoun.
“Deyhim’s molten melismas focused by Horowitz’s undulating and resonant instrumentation” - The Wire
In the late 90's Horowitz was asked to produce a group of Finnish Karelian folk music singers known as Värttinä for BMG Records. He was very interested in the group
because they sang in the prose poem meter of an old Finnish dialect called Karelian – one of the languages that inspired Tolkien to write The Lord of the Rings. The album Vihma, released in 1998, was No. 1 in Japan.
Returning to New York from London in the late 90s Horowitz and Deyhim were asked to compose The Gift of Love for Deepak Chopra. It was a charity project for Mother Teresa and featured an unusual combination of movie stars, poets and activists reading Rumi. Horowitz also worked on many other fund raising projects including the NRDC (National Resources Defense Council directed by Peter Rodger in 2001.