|By Marketwired .||
|June 9, 2014 04:15 PM EDT||
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - June 09, 2014) - Grand Schema Entertainment, a wholly owned subsidiary of VGTel, Inc. - 360entertainmentandproduction.com (OTCQB: VGTL), has hired award winning film composer and former member of the multi-platinum selling rock band The Scorpions, Ralph Rieckermann, to compose an original score for the upcoming film Wingsuit Flyers.
Already in production, the UltraHD 4K documentary Wingsuit Flyers follows daredevil Joby Ogwyn around the world as he pursues his quest to be the first human being to base jump and fly in all seven continents.
Composer Ralph Rieckermann is one of Hollywood's most innovative musical talents. Best known for his 12-year career as bass player of The Scorpions, Rieckermann studied classical music during his youth at one of the most esteemed music conservatories in Germany. While on tour with The Scorpions in 1999, he entered the world of film music when he was offered his first opportunity to compose a cinematic musical score. Since that time, he has created film scores for over 40 films and has been responsible for music supervision for 26 movies.
Grand Schema's Christopher J. Scott, who will direct the film, said, "Having Ralph aboard to compose the score will take the project to another level. Since Wingsuit Flyers will be shot around the world and feature Joby jumping from unique and exotic landmarks, we wanted music that's as breathtaking and thrilling as Joby's flights. Ralph understands our passion and is the guy who can deliver the intense riveting soundtrack that the visuals will deserve."
Rieckermann commented, "I've composed scores for many films; however, I'm particularly excited to score Wingsuit Flyers since it affords so many unique opportunities from a musical standpoint to build tension and create excitement on a grand scale."
Wingsuit Flyers is scheduled for worldwide distribution in March 2015.
About VGTel, Inc.
VGTel, Inc. is a multi-platform company offering products and support in the entertainment industry and is focused on a strategy of growing and building business units through investments and acquisitions. For further information, go to www.360entertainmentandproductions.com.
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