Hans Zimmer Tells Juicy Stories About the Classic Films He’s Scored

Legendary film composer Hans Zimmer looks back at the many films he’s scored and recounts the history and inspiration behind many of his most famous works. The Thin Red Line A year before Terrence Malick filmed this World War II masterpiece — his return to directing after a twenty-year sabbatical — he set up a Read MoreRead More

Steven Spielberg and John Williams – the Art of Collaboration

The AFI (American Film Institute) and TCM (Turner Classic Movies) inaugurated it’s “ART OF COLLABORATION” series with this 2011 audience “sit down” featuring director Steven Spielberg and creative partner of forty years – composer John Williams. Discussing the nature of filmic collaboration, the duo site cinema / music examples from some of their favorite works Read MoreRead More

Interview with “Dexter” Composer Rolf Kent

Composer of Dexter as well as Election, About Schmidt, Thank You For Smoking, Up In The Air and Sideways, Rolf Kent talks about how his methodology of composing music for film. If you start to work with someone for the first time, do you want to see a rough cut first before signing onto the project? Absolutely. Very often, Read MoreRead More

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