Long-time Secret Handshake member Mickey Blumental is working on a new and exciting iOS game under his company, Fowl Moon Studios! Come down to Secret Handshake on Feb. 20th for a pre-release look at Betty Boop Dance Card.
You'll be the first people in the world to play the game, plus you'll get to hang out at the pub and enjoy a live performance of the game's music composed by local Kenley Kristofferson and performed by both Kenley and Camilla Bard (the voice of Betty Boop). The live performance is at 20:00.
Oh, plus the usual mingling with Winnipeg's creative folk.
About Fowl Moon Studios
Founded in 2013 by game designer Mickey Blumental and movie producer Miron Blumental, Fowl Moon Studios is a Winnipeg based game development boutique specializing in mobile devices. Mickey has worked on mobile phone entries in franchises such as Resident Evil, Need for Speed, Project Gotham Racing and Final Fantasy. Miron had acted as a lawyer for the best selling Irish writer, Maeve Binchy, he has also acted as producer (with or without credit) on films of Maeve’s Books “Circle of Friends”, “Tara Road and the TV movie “Anner House”.
Kenley has scored games published by Disney, Zynga, Complex Games and currently Betty Boop for Fowl Moon Studios. While active in the games industry, he is also a published choral and concert band composer. His music has been recorded by such ensembles as the Vancouver Chamber Choir, Antiphony, The Cleveland Symphonic Winds, and the University of Manitoba Wind Ensemble.
He grew up in the beachside town of Gimli, MB and earned his B. Mus and B. Ed from the University of Manitoba in 2007. He currently teaches Concert Band, Jazz, Music History and Composition at the Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School in Selkirk, MB.
His three-movement choral suite using the text of 20-century astronomer Carl Sagan, “Cosmos” was covered by science blogs at Discover magazine and “It’s Okay to Be Smart,” the blog of Dr. Joe Hansen who runs a show of the same name for PBS Digital Studios.
For more information, visit him at http://www.kenleykristofferson.com.
About Camilla Bard
Born in Sweden, Camilla started her musical training at the age of nine when she was accepted at Adolf Fredrik’s Music School. She moved to London at the age of 21. Two years later, she got the part of Esmeralda in "Notre Dame de Paris" at the Dominion Theatre in the West End, first as understudy and later took over as main.
Since then, Camilla has appeared at the Edinburgh Festival in “Songs for a new world” and “Schwartz it all about” and has worked extensively as a cabaret and session singer in France, Sweden, Hungary and the UK. She created the role of “Annette” in the workshop of Michel Legrand’s musical “Marguerite” and has also sailed the high seas as lead production singer for P&O Cruises and Cunard Cruises and performed as a cabaret guest artist on Windstar cruises. She now lives in her native Sweden where she still sings, acts and works as a voice-over artist.