Category: Scoring Sessions

Interview with Frank Ilfman

Whipping up nutty assassin grrl power score for “Gunpowder Milkshake”

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Interview with Max Aruj

A rising composer scores the triple threat of “The Ice Road’s” slippery action to “Lansky’s” warped morals and the ancient fury of “Wrath of the Druids”

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Interview with Trevor Gureckis

Going from sonic sci-fi structure to Lord of the Flies frenzy in space alongside the “Voyagers”

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Interview with Tom Hodge

Creating a powerful fight for freedom of musical body and soul

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Interview with Mondo Boys

Putting a hip hit out on Santa Claus with “Fatman”

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Interview with Jim Williams

Scoring inside the lethal headspace of the “Possessor”

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Interview with Nate Wonder and Roman Gianarthur Irvin

Two brothers score with old school to blow up the white supremacist “Antebellum”

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Interview with Michael Yezerski

Paying “The Tax Collector’s” dark crime dues

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Interview with Devin Burrows

Carving a new, horrific composing voice with “The Wretched”

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Interview with “Unorthodox’s” Alexa Karolinski and Antonio Gambale

Creating a show, and score that where music breaks free the soul

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Interview with Mychael and Jeff Danna

Musically bonding “Onward” for a fantastical quest to a real, shared past with an especially personal Pixar film

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Interview with Jeff Russo

Scoring intimately on his Star Trek voyages by going back to The Next Generation’s “Picard”

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Interview with Kathryn Bostic and Joel P. West

Creating scores that speak for crime and the ultimate punishment with “Clemency” and “Just Mercy”

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Interview with The Newton Brothers

With music most often forged in fear, Taylor Newton Stewart and Andy Grush dare to venture into the Overlook Hotel with old musical ghosts, and a terrifying sensibility all their own for “Doctor Sleep”

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Interview with Gabriel Yared

A composer renowned for tragic romance now sings the blues with “Judy”

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Interview with Graham Reynolds and Richard Linklater

A quirky composer-director collaboration finds a new direction at the bottom of the world by asking, “Where’d You Go Bernadette?”

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Interview with Sean Callery

A composer who’s been on the Emmy-winning case of Netflix’s “Jessica Jones” now plays the P.I.’s final season

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Interview with Timothy Williams

Sounding Superbad with a sinister twist on The Boy of Steel for “Brightburn”

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Interview with Michael Abels

“Get Out’s” composer takes a new musical trip downwards for the visceral terror and metaphoric fear of Jordan Peele’s US

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Interview with Joe Kraemer

Giving musical truth to a not-so tall tale with “The Man Who Killed Hitler and then the Bigfoot”

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Interview with Mychael Danna

Winning the case for a cinematic Ruth Bader Ginsburg with “On the Basis of Sex”

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Interview with Roque Banos

A Spanish composer spins a new thread in the music of a Swedish super-hacker of “The Girl in the Spider’s Web” while taking on his country’s most legendary mad nobleman for Terry Gilliam’s resurrected opus “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote”

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Interview with Dustin O’Halloran

Hearing the inner resolve of “The Hate U Give”

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Interview with Abel Korzeniowski

Venturing from “Penny Dreadful” to Blumhouse’s Abbey of Horror

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Interview with Steve Jablonsky

Scaling new heights of action scoring excitement with “Skyscraper”

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Interview with Germaine Franco

Being It when scoring bros playing “Tag”

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Interview with Marco Beltrami

Scoring a family who must avoid sound at all monstrous costs in “A Quiet Place”

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Interview with Ludwig Göransson

Scoring Wakanda’s native son with “Black Panther”

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Interview with Dave Porter

Turning terrible to triumphant with “The Disaster Artist”

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Interview with Tom Howe

A strong scoring talent is revealed with the sensual creation of an iconic super heroine alongside “Professor Marston and the Wonder Women”

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