First off, the Summit is over and we all lived. Tomas and I went downtown on Wednesday and took a few pictures of the pre-preparations, on our way to the health food store. Below is one of my favorites. This sign was HUGE!!
We have a lot of them, and I just have not had time to post. I will sprinkle them throughout posts down the line.
It was really interesting to be downtown, watching all of the preparation, and seeing how deserted the city was. I love this city.
HOWEVER – on to personal pressing business – I am writing this because Tomas had requested that the International Movie database get his name and aka in the correct order, and somehow there was a mix-up. You can only find Tomas Hart, and the film he worked on as a music element creator. You cannot find Tomas Hradcky, the film composer, anywhere on the Imdb.
It is the same Tomas – he changed his name to Tomas Hart when he went to Los Angeles 23 years ago. The last five years of his stay there, he went back to the original family name, Tomás Hradcky. He has scored over a dozen films, and until the Imdb fixes it, Tomás Hradcky and Tomas Hart are not linked as the same person. But they are, and I am writing this on all three blogs so as to clear up any confusion until it all gets straightened out with the Imdb.
He is in the middle of composing a film right now, and does not have the time to re-contact the Imdb, so for now, this will have to do.
Partners on a Dime is the blog where you can read about past films he has scored, and what he is currently working on.
American Dumpling is where you can read about the documentary he scored that is making the film festival rounds.
Tomas Hradcky is his home page, which is in dire need of an update.
And below is a picture of him from two days ago, driving through the Fort Pitt tunnel.