DIE HERBERGE wins in Oberhausen (2017)
Max Knoth held a workshop for sound design at the 27th Filmfest in Dresden (Min 1.).
For the Deutsche Grammophon Max Knoth was orchestrator and musical director at the recording for a project by Matthias Arfmann, who started the now famous „Recomposed Series“ in 2005.
Max Knoth is the orchestrator of the new Tagesschau theme (min.11).
Max Knoth did the orchestration and led the recordings for Flying Illusion.
Berlin based Band Martin Dean released their second album with orchestral arrangements by Max Knoth.
Max Knoth wrote the score for Miss Sixty with Iris Berben (Dir.: Sigrid Hoerner). For the credits he arranged the song C’est si bon for orchestra.
Max Knoth arranged the concert of Berlin based singer Andrea Schroeder.
Max Knoth composed the music for this radioplay based on the novel by Wsewolod Petrow. Director was Beate Andres.
Max Knoth orchestrated this movie with music by Matti Bye.
Dear Reader, the band of award-winning songwriter Cherilyn MacNeil, releases the album We Followed Every Sound. The orchestral arrangements of this live recording of a concert with the Filmorchester Babelsberg were made by Max Knoth.
This surrealistic short movie by artist Ulu Braun has music throughout, which was composed by Max Knoth.
Max Knoth did additional orchestration and recorded the music of Cloud Atlas, a movie by Tom Tykwer and the Wachowsky siblings. The music was composed by Johnny Klimek, Reinhold Heil and Tom Tykwer.
The last album Algiers by the band Calexico containes the CD Spiritoso, which is a concert recording with orchestra. Arrangements were made by Max Knoth.
Max Knoth plays Bass in Ari Folman’s (Waltz With Bashir) new movie The Congress along with Robin Wright and Max Richter.
„Der Verschollene“ by Franz Kafka. A radioplay by Beate Andres for which Max Knoth made music and sounddesign.
Max Knoth composed the music for a short musical for Hape Kerkelings Christmas show „Hapes zauberhafte Weihnachten“ on German TV station RTL. The show won the comedians award Deutscher Comedypreis 2011.
Music for an animated short film by Larisa Lauber based on the story by Oscar Wilde.
The movie Prüfstand 7 (BRD 2001 / dir: Robert Bramkamp; starring Inga Busch) with Max‘ first orchestral score, inspired by Thomas Pynchon’s Gravities Rainbow, shows the activites of the Germans from 1942 experimenting with rockets. Combining documentary with fiction we see the ghost of this created rocket, Bianca, searching for her roots in the world of today and starting a journey through technology and myths. A centerpiece of this movie is a music clip with Robert Forster of the Go-Betweens, for whom Max Knoth wrote an orchestral arrangement.