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Title - 'Jenny's Wedding'
Artist - Brian Byrne

'Jenny's Wedding' stars Katherine Heigl, Alexis Bledel, Tom Wilkinson, Linda Emond and Grace Gummer. Heigl plays Jenny, a woman who finally decides to get married, but her choice of partner tears her conventional family apart. Indeed, 'Jenny's Wedding' was filmed on location in Cleveland around October of 2013, but has only just come out here in 2015. Further more, an Indiegogo campaign was actually launched to help raise money for post-production costs to get this movie out in theatres - and, of course, it worked.

What also works for 'Jenny's Wedding' is composer Brian Byrne's beautiful, stunning, musical compositions that work in each and every single scene. Byrne, born in Ireland, is perhaps better known for his work on Albert Nobbs (2011), In America (2002) and On the Edge (2001), and was actually nominated for Breakout Composer of the Year in 2011 by the International Film Music Critics Association (IFMCA).

Ergo, the soundtrack for 'Jenny's Wedding' features original songs "True Love Avenue", "Chase Me Away", "Lost In Love", and "Baile Baile Conga," all performed Kristina Train. Additionally, the soundtrack features the hit song "She Keeps Me Warm" performed by Mary Lambert.

Oh, and by the way, that aforementioned Indiegogo campaign, which was set up to aid in post-production, was asking for $150,000 to cover the costs of music, titles, color and sound. Eventually, they got it - as already noted - and Byrne's work proves that sometimes a long wait can definitely be worth it.

Brian Byrne @ Facebook