"THE RICHMOND ROSIES" + MUSIC BY ALEXANDER KHASKIN AND STEVE E. WILLIAMS Client: Ken Stewart, Beverly Hills, CAAgency: Sierra Hotel Productions, Beverly Hills, CA
Check out a little American History in this Documentary Trailer a la Rosie The Riveter: Ken Stewart’s Sierra Hotel Productions’ “The Richmond Rosies” features five WW2 female heroes who built US ships during the war years at Kaiser Shipyards, in Richmond, California, the largest shipyard in the world at the time. And Music Cult is honored that two of our composers' music is featured in this poignant film: Russian Composer Alexander Khaskin (3 MusicPacks) and L.A. Composer Steve E. Williams (4 tracks).
Featured in the trailer here is Alexander Khaskin’s beautiful, dreamy “Image in the Mirror”: Image in the Mirror
While Steve E. Williams' elegant "American Beauty"-inspired music does not appear in the trailer here but does play in the documentary, the filmmaker wanted to share this beautiful, nostalgic track with his fans and music lovers everywhere: Thomas Newman Sound Alike - Full
During the war, after 1941, six million women went to work in America to take up the slack of our men off at war. Of those, 50% went straight into defense efforts. Among them were these five dedicated women, who found new careers as welders and electricians, and helped build 747 ships, launching almost one ship a day!!!
Further shining a spotlight on the uber-talented Ken Stewart (who is a voting member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the Directors Guild of America, the Screen Actors Guild, and the Publicist Guild), his ingenious, award-winning Polar Bear campaign for Coca-Cola recently celebrated its 20th Anniversary. Click here to learn more about Ken's 1993 state-of-the-art computer graphics ads for Coca-Cola: http://www.coca-colacompany.com/stories/coca-cola-polar-bears-turn-20
Back to Ken's documentary, these five women were such an important part of American history -- they helped this country WIN THE WAR and bring our soldiers home! Enjoy a quick peek at these five brave and determined Richmond Rosies, then grab the DVD on Amazon to see their tales of heroism during a tough time in America.
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