film scores

Entertainment
Halfway through the '60s, Hollywood was floundering its way trying to get in sync with and, more importantly in the studios' little bottom-line mind, trying to exploit the revolutionary tide of the times which emboldened that decade to consider itself the epiphany of the century.
Arts & Culture
Carter Burwell, a frequent Coen brothers collaborator, lends his talent to an impossibly beautiful film.
Entertainment
Just as Hurwitz detuned instruments and slowed down notes to bring the tension witnessed onscreen to the audiences’ ears
Entertainment
Fear, panic, invention, procrastination, conversation, more conversation with the director, more conversation with the DP (because I want to know what the color palette is), reading an enormous amount of books, more procrastination, more fear, and more deadlines until somebody yanks the score away from me.
Entertainment
True music lovers have a soundtrack for everything. When it comes to under-the-covers jams, there's one disc that resonates in my core. It's Gato Barbieri's alternately lush and animal-depraved soundtrack for the great Bernardo Bertolucci flick, "Last Tango in Paris."
Culture & Arts
Yann Tiersen's performance is a unique live music experience that will take you completely out of the present, only to put you right back in at the moments when you can truly appreciate his talent.
Entertainment
As a fan of Ebert and his bands, I was intrigued and picked up a copy of the soundtrack at Los Angeles' Amoeba Music. I knew it was going to be good, but this soundtrack exceeded my expectations -- a truly mesmerizing work.
Culture & Arts
It would seem that after decades of derision, film scores are finally beginning to take their place as true descendants of opera, and they are now appreciated by not only film fans but concertgoers as well.
Entertainment
I’m utterly heartbroken at the loss of my dear friend and mentor Joel Goldsmith. He was like a second father to me and I
Moviefone
The aural tone of Drive, from the Cliff Martinez score to the needle-drops of songs to the incredible sound effects design by Lon Bender, is out of this world.
New York
The audience includes those dressed as their favorite elves or wizards. This is fellowship of a wholly different order -- a mesmerizing venture, both visual and musical.
Culture & Arts
Can't say he didn't focus on the music... Filmmaker Dan Pritzker's latest effort, Louis, is loosely based on the childhood
Media
Journalism is what is required now. And, yes, some commentary. But more journalism than commentary. That's what a newspaper does.
Entertainment
Surveying the historical span of filmmaking, the use of original music appears more prevalent from the dawn of sound through the 1970s -- or perhaps it's just that the scores themselves were more memorable over this period.