Golden Hour is a 2016 animation short film produced and directed by Patricia Garcia. Through wonderful use of a lush and warm color palette, the film depicts the end of a summer day in the life of a few friends who gather vegetables during the evening golden hour. It is a beautiful, magical, and eerie odd to nature; and also a down-to-earth, folkish, and simple depiction of life’s little pleasures.
The score was written primarily for acoustic guitar solo, and features various accompanying instruments, such as a trio of nylon guitars, bass guitar, piano, celesta, light percussion (shakers, tambourines, crotales) and…whistling. All players were recorded live in Los Angeles.
Robert Irving Studios, Woodland Hills, CA
and Visual Sounds & Music, Los Angeles, CA
Scored Mixed by
RED57 Studios, Burbank, CA
Score Produced by
Patricia Sullivan, Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood
Album Cover by
Art Direction by
Thanks to Perrine, Joachim and Alice; Pat G.; the wonderful musicians who brought their artistry, heart, and soul to this score; Guillermo Marin; and Jack Doutt and Pat Sullivan at BGM.