Casa Musicescu

After a successful restoration of the historic building called The Musicescu House (Casa Musicescu), located in our hometown of Iași, Romania, the investors and new owners made the decision to mark the important event with a short documentary about the building’s history, the drama it endured during two world wars and multiple decades of neglect. 

The film that resulted is the sum of a multi-team effort to capture the The Musicescu House’s story in a format that can be experienced by an international audience

Read below to see what we did for The Musicescu House project. 


Co-writing and voice-over

While INX Films took on the gargantuan task of researching, animating hundred-year-old maps, restoring degraded photos and editing the documentary, it was StudioAlb‘s job to film all the building angles, interiors, the presenter, interviews, drone shots and more.

It was our responsibility here at Musket to assist INX Films on writing the script, interviewing the historian and the engineer that worked on the restoration project, as well as to provide the voice-over for the documentary.

Presenting and film score

As this type of documentary required a presenter, we lent our own Marius to do the work on camera. 

The film also boasts an original musical soundtrack, or film score, that we agreed on together with a composer (Antonius Slubczakowsky). We took part in tailoring the music to the script, feel and outcome of the documentary alongside INX Films. 

We are honoured to have been a part of this huge project. 

Watch the documentary below.


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