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NEWS: Weekly Roundup: August 26, 2016

Fri, 26 Aug 2016 17:00:00 -0700

Announced this week were new composer assignments for [c.3198]Johann Johannsson[] ([m.45794]Untitled Blade Runner Sequel[]), [c.1354]Benjamin Wallfisch[] ([m.43178]Rings[]), [c.139]Mark Mothersbaugh[] ([m.38138]Thor: Ragnarok[]), among many others. For the full list of composer and music supervisor assignments from this week, [url./composers/]click here[].

There were 25 new soundtrack albums released this week. [da.2016-8-22]Click here for the full schedule[].

Opening nationwide this week are (with music by): [m.46039]Don't Breathe[] ([c.1287]Roque Banos[]), [m.45842]Hands of Stone[] ([c.1664]Angelo Milli[]), and [m.42415]Mechanic: Resurrection[] ([c.91]Mark Isham[]).

Among all new theatrical releases, we are tracking song credits for:
-...

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NEWS: Patrick Watson's 'The 9th Life of Louis Drax' to be Released

Thu, 25 Aug 2016 17:00:00 -0700

Varèse Sarabande will release [a.18372]The 9th Life of Louis Drax – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack[] out both digitally and on CD [da.2016-09-02]September 2, 2016[]. The album features the original music composed by Canadian singer-songwriter [c.17323]Patrick Watson[]. "The director was a fan of my albums and contacted me to ask if I would do the score. I believe he needed music that was able to help support the dream states in the film," Watson stated. "The feeling of having chosen the musical direction together with the director helps to keep me on the same page for the rest of the score [especially] when scoring the opening credits first. It had a lot of the tones from the film in it which allowed me to really sink my teeth into the heart of the film in one...

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NEWS: Weekly Roundup: August 19, 2016

Fri, 19 Aug 2016 17:00:00 -0700

Announced this week were new composer assignments for [c.237]Hans Zimmer[] and [c.4506]Pharrell Williams[] ([m.44626]Hidden Figures[]), [c.91]Mark Isham[] ([m.47158]The Headhunter's Calling[]), [c.1465]Lorne Balfe[] ([m.47156]Churchill[]), among many others. For the full list of composer and music supervisor assignments from this week, [url./composers/]click here[].

There were 23 new soundtrack albums released this week. [da.2016-8-15]Click here for the full schedule[].

Opening nationwide this week are (with music by): [m.41058]Ben-Hur[] ([c.14]Marco Beltrami[]), [m.42722]Kubo and the Two Strings[] ([c.1069]Dario Marianelli[]), and [m.44828]War Dogs[] ([c.124]Cliff Martinez[]).

Among all new theatrical releases, we are tracking song credits for:
-...

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NEWS: Alexandre Desplat's 'The Light Between the Oceans' to be Released

Mon, 15 Aug 2016 17:00:00 -0700

Lakeshore Records will release [a.18458]The Light Between Oceans - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack[] both digitally and on CD [da.2016-09-02]September 2, 2016[]. The album features an original score from the Academy Award-winning composer [c.752]Alexandre Desplat[].

Director Derek Cianfrance has been a longtime fan of Desplat's work. "Filmmaking demands collaborative inspiration and trust. Desplat's music inspired the script," Cianfrance stated. Cianfrance had Desplat write a piano piece specifically for Alicia Vikander's character, Isabel, in order to actually play in the scenes. Once Alicia mastered it for the film, the piece became the emotional North Star for the tonal palette of the score. He concluded, "Over the next few months, I was able to collaborate with a true...

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NEWS: Weekly Roundup: August 12, 2016

Fri, 12 Aug 2016 17:00:00 -0700

Announced this week were new composer assignments for [c.9466]Mica Levi[] ([m.47075]Jackie[]), [c.1238]Bear McCreary[] ([m.47042]Colossal[]), [c.1974]Steven Price[] ([m.44385]Baby Driver[]), among many others. For the full list of composer and music supervisor assignments from this week, [url./composers/]click here[].

There were 27 new soundtrack albums released this week. [da.2016-8-08]Click here for the full schedule[].

Opening nationwide this week are (with music by): [m.43979]Florence Foster Jenkins[] ([c.752]Alexandre Desplat[]), [m.42978]Pete's Dragon[] ([c.8594]Daniel Hart[]), and [m.39091]Sausage Party[] ([c.630]Christopher Lennertz[] and with songs by [c.294]Alan Menken[]).

Among all new theatrical releases, we are tracking song credits...

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NEWS: John R. Graham's 'Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV' to be Released

Thu, 11 Aug 2016 17:00:00 -0700

The [a.18484]Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV - Original Soundtrack[] will be available digitally in the US on [da.2016-08-30]August 30[] and on CD [da.2016-10-26]October 26, 2016[]. Composer [c.1858]John R. Graham[] has written the original music.

"Like Final Fantasy itself, [m.46827]Kingsglaive[] generates much of its energy through opposites. It blends magic and technology, the real and unreal, tolerance and intolerance," said Graham. "I was brought into write filmic music that would inhabit the world of the film, a counterbalance to Yoko Shimomura's beloved music for the Final Fantasy game series (Shimomura's work is also featured in the film). I ended up writing about 100 minutes of music which I hope conveys this simultaneous light-and-dark feeling and underlines the...

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NEWS: Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein's 'Stranger Things' to be Released

Wed, 10 Aug 2016 17:00:00 -0700

Lakeshore Records will release the [a.18453]Stranger Things - Original Netflix Series Soundtrack, Volume One[] and [a.18514]Volume Two[]. [a.18453]Volume One[] releases digitally [da.2016-08-12]August 12[] and on CD [da.2016-09-16]September 16[]. [a.18514]Volume Two[] releases digitally [da.2016-08-19]August 19[] and on CD [da.2016-09-23]September 23, 2016[]. Both volumes feature the original score by [c.19143]Kyle Dixon[] and [c.19144]Michael Stein[], members of the popular Austin experimental synth band S U R V I V E.

"The directors were previously fans of S U R V I V E. They used a song from our first LP in a trailer they made to pitch their concept to Netflix. Once the show was picked up, they reached out to see if we were available to score the show," Dixon stated. Stein...

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NEWS: Paul Haslinger's 'Halt and Catch Fire' to be Released

Tue, 09 Aug 2016 17:00:00 -0700

Lakeshore Records will release the [a.18500]Halt and Catch Fire - Original Television Score Soundtrack[] digitally [da.2016-08-19]August 19[] and on CD [da.2016-09-16]September 16, 2016[]. The album features an original score by composer [c.1021]Paul Haslinger[].

"I love exploring the mechanics of how the story is told. It has become perfectly normal, these days, to tell stories in nonlinear, sometimes parallel storylines. I think this is also reflective of our time, which is that of many streams of information going on at the same," Haslinger stated. When scoring the series Haslinger decided to approach the musical themes in a different way. "Music sets the vibe and provides a musical connection between the characters, their highs and lows. As the audience witnesses their...

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NEWS: Weekly Roundup: August 5, 2016

Fri, 05 Aug 2016 17:00:00 -0700

Announced this week were new composer assignments for [c.2495]Dave Porter[] ([m.47025]The Masterpiece[]), [c.3914]Jake Monaco[] ([m.43482]Keeping Up with the Joneses[]), [c.13366]Geoff Barrow[] and [c.13365]Ben Salisbury[] ([m.46999]Annihilation[]), among many others. For the full list of composer and music supervisor assignments from this week, [url./composers/]click here[].

There were 29 new soundtrack albums released this week. [da.2016-8-01]Click here for the full schedule[].

Opening nationwide this week are (with music by): [m.43820]Nine Lives[] ([c.3669]Evgueni Galperine[] and [c.3670]Sacha Galperine[]) and [m.41974]Suicide Squad[] ([c.1974]Steven Price[]).

Among all new theatrical releases, we are tracking song credits for:
- [m.43820]Nine...

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NEWS: Weekly Roundup: July 29, 2016

Fri, 29 Jul 2016 17:00:00 -0700

Announced this week were new composer assignments for [c.1422]Ilan Eshkeri[] ([m.46976]The Kaiser's Last Kiss[]), [c.2590]Dan Romer[] ([m.46974]Katie Says Goodbye[]), [c.6885]James Lavino[] ([m.46962]One Last Thing[]), among many others. For the full list of composer and music supervisor assignments from this week, [url./composers/]click here[].

There were 34 new soundtrack albums released this week. [da.2016-7-25]Click here for the full schedule[].

Opening nationwide this week are (with music by): [m.45214]Nerve[] ([c.1240]Rob Simonsen[]), [m.45982]Bad Moms[] ([c.630]Christopher Lennertz[]), and [m.39488]Jason Bourne[] ([c.1620]David Buckley[] & [c.171]John Powell[]).

Among all new theatrical releases, we are tracking song credits for:
-...

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NEWS: Rob Simonsen's 'Nerve' to be Released

Thu, 28 Jul 2016 17:00:00 -0700

Lakeshore Records will release the [a.18239]Nerve - Original Motion Picture Score[] digitally [da.2016-07-29]July 29[], 2016, and on CD soon thereafter. The album features the film's original score by composer [c.1240]Rob Simonsen[]. The soundtrack also features the original track "Let's Play" performed by Simonsen and White Sea--an energetic synth-driven track with an 80s vibe.

"The directors Ariel Schulman, Henry Joost and I talked before shooting started, and discussed about using a lot of synthesizers and drawing from an 80's vibe," said Simonsen "This worked out great as I hoping the score would reflect the excitement of the film- electricity through the nervous system, always playing on your nerves."

"We came up with the idea of using a children's choir to capture a...

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NEWS: The Academy Celebrates the Music of Movies

Wed, 27 Jul 2016 17:00:00 -0700

The Academy will highlight the art of film music with three programs in August: the West Coast restoration premiere of [m.13672]King of Jazz[], a tribute screening of [m.20960]Purple Rain[] with members of the cast and crew, and a live concert celebration of [o.]The Black Movie Soundtrack II[], featuring Oscar-winning recording artist [c.14721]Common[] and guests. The events will take place at the Academy's Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills and at the Hollywood Bowl.

The schedule is as follows:

[m.13672]King of Jazz[] (1930) – West Coast restoration premiere
Wednesday, August 17 – 7:30 p.m. at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater

Hosted by Academy governor and Oscar-winning composer [c.534]Michael Giacchino[] and animation director David Silverman.

Restored...

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NEWS: Giona Ostinelli 'Carnage Park' to be Released

Mon, 25 Jul 2016 17:00:00 -0700

Lakeshore Records will release [a.18427]Carnage Park - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack[] digitally on [da.2016-08-05]August 5, 2016[]. The album features the original score by composer [c.9898]Giona Ostinelli[].

"I wanted to write a score reminiscent of a traditional Western, however reinvent the genre at the same time," described Ostinelli. "To achieve that, there was a lot of experimentation involved: I recorded an acoustic piano and fed the signal through an amp, I blew onto the piano strings and recorded the resonance, I recorded my breath and utilized it as a rhythmic element, I recorded a string quartet and then transformed its sound into something completely disturbing and terrifying--I wanted to demonstrate how frightening and sinister a string quartet could be as a...

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MOVIE REVIEW: Aladdin (Diamond Edition Blu-ray)

Thu, 15 Oct 2015 16:33:35 -0800

In 1992, coming on the heels of a one-two punch with [m.15401]The Little Mermaid[] and [m.2075]Beauty and the Beast[], Walt Disney Feature Animation released [m.607]Aladdin[]. Directed by John Musker and Ron Clements, the film was an award-winning box office smash, in no small part to the manic vocal performance by Robin Williams in the role of "Genie" and [c.294]Alan Menken[]/[c.3635]Howard Ashman[]/[c.2840]Tim Rice[]'s songs. The plot is straight-forward enough: the Sultan's Grand Vizier, Jafar (voiced by Jonathan Freeman) is seeking a magical lamp containing a genie in the mythical Cave of Wonders--which can only be accessed by someone who...

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MOVIE REVIEW: Dallas Buyers Club

Wed, 04 Jun 2014 16:33:34 -0800

As a man-fights-the-system film, [m.37710]Dallas Buyers Club[] works wonderfully. Matthew McConauhey's Oscar winning performance is worthy, as is supporting actor Jared Leto (who also won an Oscar). There is a lot to cheer for, and McConauhey's performance as Ron Woodroof portraying an unlikable rodeo-riding, gambling, sex addicted homophobe turned hero, is convincing. We don't actually start to root and care for him until he is in the fight for his life, obstructed by the FDA and other government agencies who want to prevent him from obtaining and distributing drugs that will help him in his fight against AIDS.

When first diagnosed with...

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MOVIE REVIEW: Draft Day

Mon, 05 May 2014 16:33:34 -0800

[m.39435]Draft Day[], starring Kevin Costner as a draft picker for an NFL football team, is an exciting sports drama that is sure to satisfy football lovers as well as those who know very little about the game (I fall the later category).

What makes the film work is its high stakes and time sensitive negotiations and deal making that transpire throughout the film. Each year in the NFL, teams draft new players and, somehow, some teams get to pick their favorite new players sooner than others (they are mostly players from college football, I gather). I'm sure sports fans know the details. I certainly don't, but even a neophyte like me...

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MOVIE REVIEW: Hunger Games: Catching Fire (Blu-ray), The

Sat, 08 Mar 2014 16:33:34 -0800

2012's [m.31271]The Hunger Games[] was a huge hit, propelling actress Jennifer Lawrence into an even higher stratosphere, if that were even possible. Based on the hit novel by Suzanne Collins, the book (the first in a trilogy) told the story about Katniss Everdeen (Lawrence), who volunteers for the annual "Hunger Games" in which two tributes (one male, one female) from each of the 12 Districts have to fight to the death as part of the punishment for the uprising against the Capitol, which controls the Districts.

Continuing where the first film left off, [m.32683]The Hunger Games: Catching Fire[] follows Katniss as she tries to cope with...

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MOVIE REVIEW: Jobs

Tue, 04 Mar 2014 16:33:34 -0800

The best things about the quickly made [m.35826]Jobs[], starring Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs, is its original score by [c.45]John Debney[]. The music is romantic, epic and inspiring -- everything a movie about Steve Jobs should be. Unfortunately, the movie itself sets a low bar and strives for mere mediocrity.

Kutcher's isn't all that bad as Jobs, but he isn't great. When it comes to acting, his performance epitomizes the difference between impersonation and acting. As an impersonation of Steve Jobs, Kutcher is good. But, somehow, Jobs' presence is missing. We don't have a sense of greatness.

Josh Gad as Steve Wozniak flat out...

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MOVIE REVIEW: Afternoon Delight

Mon, 03 Mar 2014 16:33:34 -0800

[m.36238]Afternoon Delight[] is a comedy with a message about sex that falls embarrassingly short in its execution. The story follows a stay at home mom, Rachel (played by Kathryn Hahn) who becomes strangely fascinated by a young stripper and prostitute (Juno Temple). She befriends the girl and offers her a place to stay when her luck runs dry.

And thus begins a series of cringe worthy series of inappropriate, child-endangering behaviors that make you want to look away from the screen in embarrassment for the film makers. It's not all bad, though.

Issues of shame around sex are explored in an interesting way that may make you think...

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MOVIE REVIEW: About Time

Wed, 15 Jan 2014 16:33:34 -0800

Some of my favorite movies are in a genre I call "simple science-fiction," which means that most of the movie is realistic except for one or two aspects of reality which are altered by some made-up technology or otherwise mystical power. Usually the premise can be summed up in a single "what if?" statement. For example: "What if you could erase specific events from someone's memory" ([m.7839]Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind[]); "What if we could choose the genetic makeup of our children and lived in a society that over actual skill and ability?" ([m.9507]Gattaca[]); "What if somebody were forced to always speak the truth, and that someone...

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MOVIE REVIEW: Mary Poppins: 50th Anniversary (Blu-ray)

Thu, 19 Dec 2013 16:33:33 -0800

[m.16638]Mary Poppins[] is a family classic, one that has entertained and delighted for half a century. British banker George Banks (David Tomlinson) and his suffragette wife Winifred (Glynis Johns) need to find a new nanny for his rebellious and difficult-to-handle children, Jane (Karen Dotrice) and Michael (Matthew Garber). The kids want someone kind and caring, but the parents will have none of it. And yet, so enters Mary Poppins (Julie Andrews), a nanny with some peculiar--and magical--skills. Along with her good friend Bert (Dick Van Dyke), an artist and chimney sweep, they help the children open their minds (through songs, of course, as...

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MOVIE REVIEW: All the President's Men (Blu-ray)

Mon, 02 Dec 2013 16:33:33 -0800

You can't think of President Richard Nixon without thinking of the Watergate scandal and you can't think of Watergate without two names immediately coming to mind: Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. These two enterprising Washington Post reporters were the ones who started digging into what seemed like a rather straightforward burglary and ended up sparking the chain of events that took down a presidency. Their journey of discovery was chronicled in their 1974 book All the President's Men, which caught the eye of actor/producer Robert Redford. William Goldman penned the adaptation, and the resulting film was less about Watergate and more...

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MOVIE REVIEW: Stuck in Love

Wed, 16 Oct 2013 16:33:33 -0800

First time writer/director Josh Boone brings us a charming, not-so-rosy but emotionally rewarding drama, [m.34718]Stuck in Love[], about a family of writers. Thematically, the movie manages to cover the gamut of love in its various states and stages -- and with a refreshing dose of authenticity.

Greg Kinnear and Jennifer Connelly play a divorced couple, and Kinnear's character is vying to win back his ex-wife's affection while also having an affair with a married woman (Kristen Bell). This is accomplished, not with cynicism, but grace and understanding. This situation is crazy enough that it is funny but believable, thanks in part to...

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MOVIE REVIEW: Men at Lunch

Tue, 08 Oct 2013 16:33:33 -0800

The one-hour fifteen minute documentary [m.38465]Men at Lunch[] pretty much delivers on its promise: to explore the many facets of the famous 1932 photograph of eleven iron workers eating lunch atop the skyscraper at 30 Rockefeller Center in New York while it was under construction.

Corbis, which bought the photo some years ago and collects its licensing fees, says it is the best selling image in its archive.

The documentary creates some mystery around the photo, enough to maintain a compelling narrative for most of the film, although the last act does drag as it explores who some of the individual 11 men in the photo...

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MOVIE REVIEW: Thanks for Sharing

Mon, 23 Sep 2013 16:33:33 -0800

[m.33117]Thanks for Sharing[] is first and foremost a movie about addiction. It does not moralize, demonize or glorify it. Instead, it shows us what addiction is, plain and simple.

The story follows several sex addicts in various phases of their lives: from a the recovered turned mentor who is still married to his wife, to the newbie addict who is forced to deal with his addiction because of a court order. As we follow these characters' lives, one thing becomes clear: there is absolutely nothing sexy about about sex addiction.

For anyone who has struggled with addiction or know someone who has, [m.33117]Thanks for Sharing[] is...

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MOVIE REVIEW: Now You See Me

Sat, 14 Sep 2013 16:33:33 -0800

The first rule of magic, according to [m.32329]Now You See Me[], is to always be the smartest person in the room. However, the first rule of making a movie about the art of magic should be: make sure all your tricks are actually real magic tricks.

Many tricks depicted in the picture are pulled off courtesy of special effects -- and obviously so -- and they could never be pulled off in real life. The reason such realism is so important in a story about deception and the art of magic is simple: credibility. Without credibility you cannot have believability and without believability, you have a really boring movie.

Fortunately, most...

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PODCAST: May 13, 2007 - Hans Zimmer talks Pirates!

Sun, 13 May 2007 21:11:00 -0700

At World's End / The Simpsons Movie

In our longest podcast to date, SoundtrackNet talks with Academy Award-winning composer Hans Zimmer to discuss his latest soundtrack, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: AT WORLD'S END. He talks about the new themes, the evolution of the PIRATES scores, and even gives us a little insight into his approach for THE SIMPSONS MOVIE!

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PODCAST: April 16, 2007: Mea Culpa!

Mon, 16 Apr 2007 22:20:00 -0700

Where Have We Been?

In this podcast we apologize for our absence, but with some good explanations! We also talk about some upcoming features for the site, as well as feature some new David Arnold music, so come take a listen - it's short, and won't take up too much of your time.

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PODCAST: February 25, 2007: SCL Oscar Reception Special

Sun, 25 Feb 2007 16:50:00 -0800

The Oscar Nominees Speak Up!

In this exclusive podcast, we talk with all of the Oscar nominees for Best Score (and a few from Best Song) at the Society of Composers and Lyricsts annual Oscar reception. Hear from GUSTAVO SANTAOLALLA, JAVIER NAVARRETE, ALEXANDRE DESPLAT, PHILIP GLASS, THOMAS NEWMAN, RANDY NEWMAN, HENRY KREIGER and more!

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PODCAST: February 6, 2007: Oscar Fever!

Tue, 06 Feb 2007 22:15:00 -0800

300 / Oscar Nominations

A few website updates, including scoring session coverage and Tyler Bates' score to 300. We also dig into the Academy Award Nominations for Best Original Score and Best Original Song.

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PODCAST: January 18, 2007: The Best of 2006

Thu, 18 Jan 2007 14:30:00 -0800

Top 10 Soundtracks

Desplat wins the Golden Globe, and we dig into SoundtrackNet's Best of 2006 with our look at the Top 10 Soundtracks (plus three Honorable Mentions).

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PODCAST: December 28, 2006: Nomination Frenzy

Thu, 28 Dec 2006 19:52:00 -0800

BFCA / Golden Globe Nominations

We acknowledge Shirley Walker's passing, and take a look at the Best Score nominees from the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Hollywood Foreign Press (Golden Globes). Will BABEL win? Or will it be THE DA VINCI CODE? Or maybe something out of left field, like NOMAD?

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PODCAST: November 9, 2006: Farewell to the King - Basil Poledouris, RIP

Thu, 09 Nov 2006 13:07:00 -0800

Basil Poledouris, Dead at 61

Famed composer Basil Poledouris has passed away of cancer at the age of 61. In this podcast, I reflect on Basil, his work, and my friendship with him.

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PODCAST: September 28, 2006: Danny Elfman's Serenada Schizophrana

Thu, 28 Sep 2006 17:10:00 -0700

Elfman talks about his Concert Work

In our latest podcast, composer Danny Elfman talks about his concert work, SERENADA SCHIZOPHRANA (releasing on Oct 3, 2006 from Sony Classical). He discusses the origins of the compositions, how to find inspiration, adapting it for DEEP SEA 3D IMAX, as well as his latest concert work, THE OVEREAGER OVERTURE.

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PODCAST: September 26, 2006: Outspoken Composers

Tue, 26 Sep 2006 22:40:00 -0700

James Horner and Hans Zimmer speak out!

In this podcast, we recognize SIR MALCOLM ARNOLD who passed away this past weekend, and showcase the Film Music Radio interview with JAMES HORNER - who has some blunt things to say about GABRIEL YARED, WOLFGANG PETERSEN and TERRENCE MALICK. We also give you a little bit of our HANS ZIMMER interview, so check it out!

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PODCAST: August 31, 2006: Labor Day

Thu, 31 Aug 2006 14:30:00 -0700

Emmy Awards / Hollywood Bowl

This podcast covers the contest winners from last time, the EMMY AWARDS, some scoring sessions, an upcoming FIRST LISTEN, a new John Williams theme, two Hollywood Bowl concerts, and some exciting Alan Silvestri news!

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