In 1992, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career in film and television. Soon thereafter he began scoring feature films, most notably Sweethearts (1997) with Janeane Garofalo, and Jack Frost (1996), a horror comedy film. He wrote the music to 12 feature films for Mystique Films, and 13 feature film Scores for Indigo Films.
Schurtz worked with Jerry Seinfeld, on his only NBC television special, Oprah Winfrey on her ABC special (winning a Telly Award for the score), the Brady Bunch on a CBS special, Little Richard and Billy Preston in an ABC special, Robby Krieger (The Doors) on the authorized Harley-Davidson history. His television work led to scoring series for Showtime: Compromising Situations (18 episodes) and Hot Springs Hotel (14 episodes).
In 1996, began a post-production company and created final mixed audio tracks for broadcast and theatrical distribution (this comprises creating sound effects, backgrounds and foley effects, and combining these together into final mix). This company worked on 200 projects: feature films, television programs, commercials and interactive.
As Executive Film Producer, Schurtz produced Cow Camp for Kids, an award winning children's video and the feature film Speedway (aka the Last Road), starring Julie Strain.
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... Los Angeles International Airport and its Theme Building in Los Angeles was built in 1961 as a way to commemorate the optimism of the new jet and space age and also displayed the ... now a restaurant) was listed as a City Cultural and Historical Monument by the Los Angeles city council in 1992 and was recently refurbished by Walt ...
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... Los Angeles has 25 sister cities, listed chronologically by year joined Eilat, Israel (1959) Nagoya, Japan (1959) Salvador, Bahia, Brazil (1962) Bordeaux, France (1964) Berlin, Germany (1967) Lusaka ...
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Famous quotes by los angeles:
“Just because you live in LA it doesnt mean you have to dress that way.”
—Advertising billboard campaign in Los Angeles, mounted by New York fashion house Charivari.
“The freeway experience ... is the only secular communion Los Angeles has.... Actual participation requires a total surrender, a concentration so intense as to seem a kind of narcosis, a rapture-of-the-freeway. The mind goes clean. The rhythm takes over.”
—Joan Didion (b. 1935)
“Being blunt with your feelings is very American. In this big country, I can be as brash as New York, as hedonistic as Los Angeles, as sensuous as San Francisco, as brainy as Boston, as proper as Philadelphia, as brawny as Chicago, as warm as Palm Springs, as friendly as my adopted home town of Dallas, Fort Worth, and as peaceful as the inland waterway that rubs up against my former home in Virginia Beach.”
—Martina Navratilova (b. 1956)
“In the great department store of life, baseball is the toy department.”
—Los Angeles Sportscaster. quoted in Independent Magazine (London, Sept. 28, 1991)
“Los Angeles gives one the feeling of the future more strongly than any city I know of. A bad future, too, like something out of Fritz Langs feeble imagination.”
—Henry Miller (18911980)