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The Day the Earth Stood Still with live score by Dustin Edward Howard

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Mon 10/30: 9:00p






Only at Circle Cinema can you see the sci-fi masterpiece like never before with an original score and audio track performed live by Tulsa composer Dustin Edward Howard!

An alien lands in Washington, D.C. and tells the people of Earth that they must live peacefully or be destroyed as a danger to other planets. Dustin Edward Howard is a self-taught multi-instrumentalist and music composer based in Tulsa.

Dustin Edward Howard is a self-taught multi-instrumentalist and Emmy-award winning music composer based in Tulsa. Dustin combines his skills as a versatile multi instrumentalist with his passion for sound engineering, sound design and production. He is influenced by everything from video game scores and 70's horror synth soundtracks to prog rock, bossa nova, and ambient noise. He is equally as comfortable creating analog scores as he is composing digital scores. He enjoys the space between sound, as much as the composition. Dustin's work as a composer includes original film soundtracks, documentaries, music for Youtube channels, and podcasts. He has also written for and produced a number of alternative bands over the last 15 years. In 2020 he finished work on the score for the independent film Cigarettes for Breakfast. He has composed scores for several episodes of Osiyo: Voices of the Cherokee People and was a recipient of a Heartland Emmy Award in 2021 for his work on the series.

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