Mark Anthony Chubb wrote the musical score for the short film “Drain Desert Tanner,” which was screened at the Cannes Film Festival. The drama chronicles the adventures of forensic investigator Tim Tanner who is tricked into cleaning up a crime scene by a blind date who is part of a band of villains.
“Drain Desert Tanner” was originally written as an entry for the Inland Empire 48-hour film competition hosted by the city of Riverside. Chubb won the best composer award in the competition, and the film also garnered additional awards for best actor, best director and cinematography.
Chubb is an assistant professor of music, and he also writes music for television and film. His music has appeared on Bravo, TLC, MTV and other channels. A partial list of Chubb’s television and film credits can be viewed at www.imdb.com. He is a 1999 graduate of the University of Iowa Graduate College and a 1996 graduate of Morehouse College.
To view the trailer for “Drain Desert Tanner” visit www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDbAq4lRU5c.