The Filmakers

Eddie Hernandez was born in the Bronx and came to L.A. by way of Puerto Rico. A lifetime musician, he composed the musical score for Sunshine Maker, directed by David Brooks, which went on to win the New Filmmaker’s Award, sponsored by Eastman Kodak and Bravo television. Sunshine Maker aired on Bravo TV throughout the summer of 1993 and brought Eddie many accolades for his original score. In the early 1990’s Eddie and three local San Diego musicians formed ‘Hate Romance’, an alternative rock band that played around southern California with much fan fare. Eddie wrote all the original musical compositions and performed as the lead singer and front man for the group. 'Hate Romance' disbanded in the mid-90's and Eddie launched a solo career, self-releasing several eclectic albums and performing around the country. Eddie moved to Los Angeles in 2008 and entered the recording studio to record the original score for The Yankles conducting The Golden State Klezmers, a local klezmer band, to produce a wonderful fusion of modern hip-hop and traditional Jewish music.

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