Liliane Susewind – Ein Tierisches Abenteuer


Motion picture film “Liliane Susewind – Ein tierisches Abenteuer” (Sony Pictures Germany) with music composition and live orchestra recordings by Dynamedion.


Last Sunday, our composers Tilman Sillescu, Matthias Wolf & Chris Wirtz were invited to the movie premiere in Cologne (Germany) and we captured a picture of them on the red carpet (see below). “Liliane Susewind – Ein tierisches Abenteuer” will be shown in cinemas from May 10th with music composition and live orchestra recordings by Dynamedion.

Joachim Masannek (known for the “Die Wilden Kerle” series) created a truly wonderful children’s film, based on the famous books from Tanya Stewner and it was a great pleasure for us being a part of it.


Writing music for this imaginative story was a very special experience. Why? Read on as our Lead Composer Tilman Sillescu reveals some insights:


“After the many action-packed adventure movies that we have provided with music for the production company Dreamtool in the past, it was a completely new challenge to compose music for our first children’s film for the big screen. It was really great to create the film music for this beautiful setting at Paradisia Zoo together with the brilliant Riad Abdel-Nabi: a little bit of Hollywood adventure, some ethnic-exotic flavours like African flutes and Kalimbas, plus the great film songs of Riad, sung by Faye Montana, everything went perfectly together. With our Dynamedion Composerteam (Matthias Wolf, Christian Wirtz, Benny Oschmann and Steffen Brinkmann) we worked flat out for 5 months and finally recorded the music with a large full-scale symphonic orchestra. We have been working together successfully with Dreamtool for many years – it was also a new and super exciting experience to work together with director Joachim Massanek. I like to remember the 2-day spotting session with Joachim and Felix Zackor and Sybille Illner from Dreamtool in Berlin. Actually, only half a day was scheduled for the whole meeting, but late in the evening we were still not through – so I was spontaneously booked a hotel room and we made full use of the next day. In the end, we spent a good 14 hours watching the film, stopped over and over again and considered in detail how we wanted to shape the music for each individual scene. It was an intensive and exciting time for all of us and of course a great thing to experience the final result and the fascinated faces of the young spectators at the premiere.”

Tilman Sillescu

Enjoy watching the trailer (language: German)

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