The Significant Other
Writer/Director: Shalene Portman
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Producer: SamiLu Production
Music Supervisor: Gael MacGregor (for MacMusic Magic)
When operating a Bed and Breakfast it's better to be married... Or is it? Clara will find that her fictitious husband may cost her the love of her life. Her first guest, Rick, is gorgeous, sweet and single but he thinks she's married. Clara doesn't know how to tell him that she's not really married, and after running into her "husband" with his male lover, Rick doesn't know how to tell her that her husband is gay and cheating on her. The Significant Other is a hysterical romp where love checks in and sanity checks out.
Writer/Director: John Nolte
Genre: Dramedy, Romantic Drama
Producer: Steven J. Wolfe/Sneak Preview Entertainment
Starring: Adam Lamberg, Laura Breckenridge, Lenny von Dohlen, Keith David, Cynda Williams, Caitlyn Foley, Eddie Velez, Blair Wingo, Edwin Hodge, Cynthia Gibb, Taylor Dayne, Giancarlo Carmona, John Schneider
Music Supervisor: Gael MacGregor (for MacMusic Magic)
The film concerns a group of high school buddies before moving the action forward to reveal the characters two decades later. Reggie (Adam Lamberg) is the wild card of this group of friends. Perpetually single and lacking ambition, he is prone to making inappropriate comments to girls. When the object of his affection breaks up with her bad-boyfriend, Reggie clumsily asks for a date. Things almost happen, but not quite, and the promise of a kiss still haunts Reggie (Lenny Von Dohlen) 20 years later. On the other hand, Diego (Giancarlo Carmona) and Bonnie (Caker Folley), dated all through high school. But when Diego went to Mexico to help his family, Bonnie (Cynthia Gibb) lost whatever faith she had in men. Now she's a tough lawyer with a young son and a husband she can't trust (John Schneider). When Diego (Eddie Velez) returns and unexpected emotions surface. Finally, Morgan and Dennice were high school sweethearts who married as teens and are still happy together, but secrets suddenly overwhelm them. (from Wikipedia.com)
A Dennis the Menace Christmas
Director: Ron Oliver
Screenwriter: Kathleen Laccinole
Music Co-Supervisor: Gael MacGregor (for MacMusic Magic)
In A Dennis The Menace Christmas, Mr. Wilson plays his own version of Scrooge in A Christmas Carol. While Dennis has problems of his own with the neighborhood bully, he does his best to try and give Mr. Wilson the Christmas Spirit. Dennis causes his usual damage and Mr. Wilson ends up breaking Dennis' spirit. An Angel of Christmas Past Present and Future steps in to help save Christmas for the Mitchells, the Wilsons, and everyone else. (Written by Jason Cotton, @ IMDb)
Peter Allen garnered a Leo Award nomination for Best Musical Score in a Feature Length Drama.
Get Your Stuff
Noriega: God's Favorite
Director: Roger Spottiswoode
Screenwriter: Lawrence Wright
Genre: Historical Drama
Music Co-Supervisor & Administrator: Gael MacGregor
The story of Panamanian general Manuel Antonio 'Tony' Noriega, whose meteoric career, from utter poverty, as a soldier and CIA informant who also served as source to various other powers and even the Colombian drug mafia he claims to fight valiantly to please CIA director and later U.S. president Bush Sr., starts when he confesses to a priest, reminiscing how he has experienced such luck that he believes himself to be God's favorite -- each time he takes more risks people tell him he went too far, but always seems to get away with it... [When Bush Sr. finally]
orders a U.S. military invasion: military resistance is impossible, so Noriega seeks sanctuary at the papal nunciature... (written by KGF Vissers @ IMDb).
Winner of a Golden Reel Award®, and nominated for two, Noriega... also garnered Prism®, ALMA®, Eddie® and Golden Satellite® Awards nominations.
Writer/DIrector: Max Mitchell
Producer: reVision Films
Genre: Dramedy (Comedy & Drama)
Social Worker Gloria finds brothers T.J. and Brian, once again, abandoned by their alcoholic mother. With nowhere else to turn, she delivers them to a gay couple (Phil and Eric -- supposedly for just one night) on a waiting list to adopt an infant. While 8-year-old Brian is ready to give this new situation a go, 12-year-old T.J. has already been hardened by past rejections to give any situation a go. Both boys must either accept this situation or be split up in group homes. After several calls, T.J. gets his drunken mother, Cat, to drop by, and she ends up staying as well. This puts a strain on the gay men's relationship, forcing one to leave while the other remains to fix the problems with the boys and their mother. (Written by statmanjeff @ IMDb)
Gael's song, "We're Hot Tonight" is used in a scene where the boys go for a joy ride in a "borrowed" car.
The Legend of Secret Pass (animated feature)
Director: Steve Trenberth
Story: Erik Stoops, James Costello
Screenplay: Karl Geurs, James Costello, Erik Stoops
Starring (the voices of): Frankie Muniz, Michael Chiklis, Graham Greene, Zoe Axelrod, David Cross, Shelly Berman, Cheryl Hines, Kim Mai Guest, Joe Pantoliano, Ron Perlman,
Genre: Family, Animation
The Legend of Secret Pass takes place in the mountains of the South West and involves Thunderbirds of Indian mythology and an animal refuge of mystical proportions. An unlikely troop of animals and humans are caught up in a clash of ageless magic. In this moment of crisis, the barest chance to avoid cataclysm falls into the hands of an Indian boy, Manu. (Written by Erik Stoops @ IMDb)
Gael was one of four singers who created the choral underscoring to the film.