Category: Music Supervision (Archive)

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CITY OF GHOSTS (and resilient grit)

From its first ethereal tones, Academy Award-nominated documentary filmmaker Matthew Heineman’s (Oscar-nominated CARTEL LAND) CITY OF GHOSTS music score and sound design achieves a hauntingly simultaneous balance of nearly-imperceptible presence and atmospheric poignancy

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Beats ‘n resilience of WHOSE STREETS?

Michael Rogers covers Sundance 2017

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Music Supervision Poster Child – Sundance hosts Randall Poster

Michael Rogers covers Randall Poster at Sundance 2016

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CARTEL LAND, Sundance scoring elegance

2015 festival coverage with Best Cinematography and Directing award-winning CARTEL LAND filmmaker Matthew Heineman and his creative process with his two composers.

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Way of the Rain (Sun)Dance

“The performance is fluidly dynamic, like the American Southwest thunderstorms that inspired this show, and changes each time we do it,” visibly effervescent WAY OF THE RAIN creator Sibylle Szaggars Redford expresses as she and the live show’s principal artists sweep into a reflectively passionate post-show round table. Mrs. Redford’s illuminating project description also mirrors […]

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2015 Sundance Film Festival Harry Gregson-Williams Music Presentation (Video)

FMM’s Michael Rogers covers the creative process with composer Harry Gregson-Williams at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, Park City, Utah

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Sundance 2014 Film Music Panel (Videoblog)

Moderated by Doreen Ringer Ross for the 2014 Sundance Film Festival – Coverage by Michael Rogers

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Inside ‘ALIVE INSIDE’

“How did I win?,” reflects 2014 Sundance Film Festival Documentary Audience Award-winner ALIVE INSIDE: A Story Of Music & Memory filmmaker, Michael Rossato-Bennett as we connect after the film’s post-awards ceremony victory

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Illuminating “UNDER THE ELECTRIC SKY”

“Everyone’s connected but no one’s connecting,” laments UNDER THE ELECTRIC SKY’s filmmaker Dan Cutforth (PROJECT RUNWAY, KATY PERRY: PART OF ME, TOP CHEF, PROJECT GREENLIGHT, LAST COMIC STANDING).

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Sundance 2013 WIKILEAKS Communique

Film Music Magazine’s Bureau Chief, Michael Rogers and videocolumnist Leslie Harlow had the honor of interviewing Sundance 2012 Documentary Premiere feature, WE STEAL SECRETS: THE STORY OF WIKILEAKS’ composer, Will Bates

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BMI Filmmaker/Composer Panel, ASCAP Music Cafe

Michael Rogers recap’s today’s music activities at Sundnace including the BMI Panel and ASCAP Music Cafe plus filmmaker/composer interviews

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Sundance Report: Live from Sundance 2011

Jan 26: Iranian social uprising documentary, marital dysfunction, bowling balls, drink tickets, world’s coolest man, and submarine claustraphobia

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Sundance Film Festival Music News: January 24

Music Supervisor Michael Rogers features the latest music news and commentary directly from the 2011 Sundance Film Festival

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Film & Music: A 2010 Sundance Music Odyssey

Music Supervisor Michael Rogers takes a personal look at music in film at Sundance 2010

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Music Library Models: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Gael MacGregor delves into the details of music library business models

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BlueArrow Technology: What it Does, and Why It’s Needed

Gael MacGregor launches her new Music Supervision column with a look at BMI’s revolutionary tracking technology

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