June 30, 2022

PodBrother Nation

An American Experment: "Freedom of Speech"

Yuval Shrem “A conversation about the role of an artist in a rapidly changing, turbulent world” – Wed. 6/10/20 5:00pm

Yuval Shrem is an award-winning director, screenwriter, and music composer. He began his career back in Israel in 1995, where he worked on a wide variety of network television shows, including drama series, talk shows, and family musical drama series composing numerous original songs original scores, theme music, and theme songs, written screenplays and of course directed.

In 2002, Yuval moved to Los Angeles, where he co-founded Fable Entertainment – a Hollywood-based content and production company, and Fable Sounds a music software company that uses his patented musical concepts and techniques to develop high-end virtual instruments for the music industry. Those virtual instruments are being used on such TV shows as Saturday Night Live, Conan, and Wow! Wow! Wubbzie!, movies like Despicable Me 2 and High School Musical 3, Broadway musicals and national tours of shows such as Jersey Boys and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, and live concert tours of Grammy-winning artists like Alicia Keys, Barry Manilow, and The Commodores.

He also wrote scholarly-articles about music, published in Recording Magazine and Keyboard Magazine. Currently, Yuval is in development on multiple feature film projects, 3 original musicals, and his first solo album.

Following the success of his recent short film as writer, director and producer, titled – The Babies – which went on to win 42 awards and 7 nominations on the film festival circuit, as well as his directing of the critically acclaimed theater productions of Feeling Lucky and Blue Kiss, his newest film project as screenwriter and director – Invisible Lines – will soon hit the film festival circuit.

For more, please check out www.yuvalshrem.com