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The official Film.Music.Media podcast features interviews with today’s top film, TV and game composers. We sit down and talk extensively with today’s top composers working across all visual media. Get to know the people behind some of your favorite soundtracks! Video versions of our All Access interviews can be found on our YouTube channel.
 
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Jimmy LaValle (aka The Album Leaf) didn't expect to ever become a film composer, but the type of music he was writing pushed him into the realm of screen music. We talk all about Jimmy's unconventional path to becoming a composer, how The Album Leaf concept started, growing up in the 90's music scene of San Diego, his old days of touring with bands…
 
Orchestrators Jonathan Beard and Henri Wilkinson take us deep into the world of orchestration as we examine how they (along with Ed Trybek) took composer Bear McCreary's massive score and brought it to life. Jonathan, Ed (who could not join due to scheduling) and Henri together are Tutti Music Partners, one of the most prestigious orchestration tea…
 
Composers Adam Lukas and James Everingham take us into their score for the awe-inspiring Frozen Planet II, which they co-composed with Hans Zimmer for Bleeding Fingers Music. Learn about Adam and James, and how they found their path to composing. Adam and Lukas also discuss what the process is working at Bleeding Fingers Music, and how the duo beca…
 
Composer Ben Lovett joins for an All Access discussion that takes us into his musical world! We chat about how Ben got into music, what the pivot point was to start scoring films, and how he works with directors on projects. We also dive into his score for Hellraiser directed by long-time collaborator David Bruckner. Hear Ben talk about his approac…
 
Oscar-winning composer Steven Price sits down for a brand new All Access interview that takes us into recent projects such as Our Planet Live In Concert's upcoming US Tour, Beast and My Policeman. Steven breaks down his amazing score for Netflix's Our Planet, which focuses on climate change and humanity's impact on the natural world. We discuss how…
 
Composer Miriam Cutler's passion and versatility has made her one of the most prominent composers working today, especially in the world of documentaries. It's absolutely wonderful to have Miriam back as a guest on Film.Music.Media. Miriam tells some fascinating stories of her unconventional path to becoming a composer. Hear about her early days in…
 
The score in a project makes a huge impact on the overall project, by either punctuating the plot or moving the story forward to the next scene. In this panel, composers discuss the different ways that the score enhances or reacts to a scene, as well as other functions the music may have in the overall narrative and storytelling approach. Featuring…
 
Get a special all-access look at the musical team behind animated shows like Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Paw Patrol, Total DramaRama, and more! Composers James Chapple, Graeme Cornies, and Brian Pickett sit down to discuss how they co-founded Voodoo Highway Music Group, their process for scoring popular children’s animated shows, and more! Moderat…
 
While each project will present its own challenges and opportunities, are there similarities when composing for multiple mediums? Join us as we explore the similarities and differences when scoring for animation or other mediums with composers behind animated projects like Charlotte, Blush, The Boys: Diabolical, and The Loud House Movie. Featuring …
 
Get a special look into the work of Christopher Willis and Elyse Willis! The musical duo is behind many songs and music cues from projects like Schmigadoon!, various Disney’s Mickey Mouse projects, Netflix’s Cat Burglar, and Armando Iannucci’s The Death of Stalin! In this special All Access that is part of our Midsummer Music Matinee series, we get…
 
Stories often feature characters with prominent characteristics that can inform their unique sound palettes. In this panel, we’ll dive into the creative decisions composers make when working with strong characters, from villains in superhero films to dinosaurs from millions of years ago. Featuring composers Tyler Strickland (Edge of the Earth), Geo…
 
Composer Aldo Shllaku sits down for a great conversation about his score to the star-studded comedy The Comeback Trail! We discuss his childhood, his family having to escape communism, planting roots in a new country, finding his passion for music, and how he decided to go into composition. We talk about Aldo's early days of his career, and how he …
 
Our good pal Dominic Lewis is back to take into his latest score for Bullet Train! The Brad Pitt-starring action/comedy/thriller comes from director David Leitch who brings his style and vision to the table. Dom takes us deep into exploring all about the process of working with no temp, writing material before shooting, writing and producing songs …
 
Our good friend Henry Jackman joins us for another great discussion. This is Henry's 9th time as a guest on Film.Music.Media, so if you're looking for more extensive discussions on his past projects be sure to check out our past interviews. For this discussion we rewind back to Henry's days as an album producer and programmer before he ever even th…
 
Spoiler Warning: Skip 29:22 - 30:48 to avoid some Severance spoilers. There is an audible warning before spoilers within the interview as well. Theodore Shapiro's versatility as a storyteller spans across genres from slapstick screwball comedies like Dodgeball all the way to nuanced character dramas like The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty. Recently he…
 
The Newton Brothers are back on All Access, this time to go in-depth about their magnificent work on Mike Flanagan's brilliant Midnight Mass miniseries that you can currently stream on Netflix. While the series premiered last fall, it was Film.Music.Media's #1 television score on our Best Scores Of 2021 list so it's an absolute pleasure to have Tay…
 
Lorne was a guest on Film.Music.Media for the first time 11 years ago, and he was the very first All Access video interview over 7 years ago. We've had many great conversations over the past decade, so it's a true pleasure to have Lorne back for a new All Access. For this conversation we discuss what has changed in the entertainment industry over t…
 
Composer Natalie Holt is one of the busiest composers working today, and she joins us for this fantastic All Access to take us behind her career and projects. Natalie discusses her early career working for composers like Ilan Eshkeri and Martin Phipps, and what she learned from that time being part of a composer's music team. We dive into her proce…
 
Cristobal Tapia de Veer's life journey has taken him down many roads, and even he didn't expect to end up as a film and television composer. In this All Access interview, Cristobal talks about how his career in producing pop music led him to a chance meeting that set him on the path to his most creatively rewarding projects. Cristobal just won the …
 
The wonderfully talented and fun Shie Rozow joins us for an All Access interview that shines a light not just on Shie's personal career but also on the crafts of composing and music editing as a whole. Shie tells his personal story of growing up in Israel and moving to the United States where he found his career path as a composer and music editor.…
 
For this All Access we're sitting down with the fun and talented Batu Sener to dive into his recent scores for The Ice Age Adventures Of Buck Wild and Ice Age: Scrat Tales. Batu is a young composer in Hollywood, and he has been an essential part of John Powell's music team for the past several years working as an additional composer and score produ…
 
From being inspired by John Carpenter and Ennio Morricone to meeting Danny McBride and Jody Hill in college, Joseph Stephens walks us through his amazing composing career and takes us into his process. In this All Access, composer Joseph Stephens reflects back on his path to becoming a film and TV composer. Learn the story of how Joseph met Danny M…
 
Stories have the opportunity for international reach. This panel will explore how composers uplift stories that appealed to audiences in the U.S. and beyond, as well as share their unique journeys and perspectives. Join Kevin Smithers, Sandro Morales Santoro, Dan Zlotnik, Camilo Froideval and Wei-San Hsu We’ve partnered with our good friends at Imp…
 
Music is a necessity in movies, television, and video games that serves as a plot device and a way to evoke emotion in the viewer. This panel dives into the process of creating unique scores for media and how it compliments and drives the story with J.D. Spears, Lewis Rapkin, Jonathan Snipes and Denise Santos. We’ve partnered with our good friends …
 
Explore prestige drama and children's entertainment through musical and scoring collaborations in this informative virtual panel with Rachel Charest and Aaron Bertram of Kids Imagine Nation, Antonio Naranjo and Meiro Stamm. We’ve partnered with our good friends at Impact24 PR once again for our 2nd Annual F.M.M Symposium! Visit our YouTube Channel …
 
Composer Sharon Farber joins us for this illuminating and fantastic All Access conversation where we take a look at her path to becoming a composer, her work in film and television, her concert work, and a deep focus on her new score to Brainwashed: Sex-Camera-Power. Sharon will also be discussing her work on Brainwashed with director Nina Menkes o…
 
Rufus Wainwright is one of the most talented songwriters and performers working in music today. His musical upbringing helped shape him into a storyteller who works across songs, opera, theater and more. His music resonates with millions, with each of his albums being a true reflection of himself. Rufus is also no stranger to having his work featur…
 
For our last All Access of 2021, Alan Silvestri joins us once again. This time to talk about Back To The Future: The Musical, The Witches, and how The Polar Express has become a holiday classic over the years. Alan is one of our favorite guests and it's an absolute pleasure to have him for his third All Access on Film.Music.Media. In this episode w…
 
Composer Dara Taylor is one of the brightest and most original voices working in the industry today. If you're a fan of Christopher Lennertz then you may recognize her name as she got her start working with Chris as part of his music team. In the years she has showed her versatility across all genres with projects like Echo Boomers, Little Ellen, B…
 
Matthew Margeson And Dominic Lewis are taking their friendship to the next level and are working side by side to co-compose The King's Man from director Matthew Vaughn. You've seen them on All Access before, but now we're diving into their latest collaboration together. Matt and Dom discuss how they met working for composer Henry Jackman early in t…
 
Composer Steve Jablonsky joins us once again for a new All Access interview. Steve recently re-teamed with director Rawson Marshall Thurber for Red Notice, which just recently became the biggest opening weekend ever for a film debut on Netflix. We dive into Steve's score for Red Notice and talk about balancing tone to make sure the score is fun but…
 
Composer Gregory Tripi takes some time to sit down for a fantastic All Access interview that explores his path to becoming a composer, working with composers like W. G. Snuffy Walden and Cliff Martinez, and taking us behind some of his most notable scores including his recent score to Warning. Gregory explains his general approach to scoring, and w…
 
Sebastian Zuleta is a composer, arranger and music editor who has worked with composers such as Hans Zimmer, Heitor Pereira, Henry Jackman, and others. In this interview Sebastian takes us inside his work as a music editor and explains what role a music editor has on a production. Sebastian shares his approach working as the music editor for the Hu…
 
We're celebrating our 80th All Access interview with the always fun and talented Dominic Lewis who is returning for his 4th time in the hot seat. Dom takes some time to catch up with recent projects like Monsters At Work for Disney+, Peter Rabbit 2, Jolt starring Kate Beckinsale, composing the final season of Ducktales, and more! Dom shares what it…
 
Oscar-winning composer Gustavo Santaolalla sits down with us fresh from his ASCAP Composer's Choice Award win at the 2021 ASCAP Screen Awards. Gustavo won for his score to The Last Of Us Part II, and the annual award is voted on by other composer's in the industry. In this All Access, Gustavo shares how music entered his life and how it turned into…
 
Tom Holkenborg has proved his versatility across many genres, and his most recent projects showcase his abilities to craft narratives from big action set pieces down to nuanced emotional character arcs. While Tom has been a guest on Film.Music.Media in the past, this is our first All Access and we take the time to dive into Army Of The Dead, Zack S…
 
Charlie sits down for this All Access interview to discuss his path to a career in music, his techniques, what he learned from his career in music before composing, and of course we explore some of Charlie’s scores including his most recent one for Spiral: From The Book Of Saw. Charlie discusses his early childhood and how he ended up on the music …
 
Oscar, Golden Globe and Grammy-winning composer Howard Shore joins us for a short chat about his new score to the film Funny Boy. Directed by Deepa Mehta, Funny Boy is a character-focused coming-of-age story set amongst the backdrop of the Sri Lanken Civil War. Howard talks about how he got involved with the film, and how he took a light approach t…
 
Composer Anthony Willis joins us for a special All Access in giving an in-depth and very authentic look at what it's like to be a young composer in Hollywood. Anthony has been a go-to talent for many composers such as Henry Jackman, John Powell, Harry Gregson-Williams and many others where he has served as an additional composer and various other t…
 
Emmy-winning composer Geoff Zanelli joins us for another quarantine All Access as we catch up with Geoff and talk about his newest scores to Fatale starring Hillary Swank and Michael Ealy as well as You Should Have Left starring Kevin Bacon and Amanda Seyfried It’s been a while since Geoff was a guest on All Access so we catch up on some of the sco…
 
Composer Henry Jackman joins us once again for another All Access as we chat and discuss about a bunch of projects that have come out since the last time Henry was on All Access. We discuss scores such as Detective Pikachu, 21 Bridges, Jumanji: The Next Level, Extraction and more! We dive deep into two of Henry’s most recent scores, which are Mosul…
 
The Newton Brothers may not be related by blood, but their shared musical passion and skills that compliment one another led them to form an incredible friendship and creative partnership. Andy Grush and Taylor Newton Stewart join in for this virtual All Access where we dive deep into their careers, their approach to scoring films as a duo, how the…
 
Oscar-winning composer Rachel Portman is one of the most prolific composers working today. Her amazing filmography spans so many different genres with amazing filmmakers with films like Emma, The Cider House Rules, Hart's War, Chocolat, Oliver Twist, The Joy Luck Club and many many more. Rachel discusses her path to becoming a composer, and how she…
 
Filmmaking and visual storytelling overall are a team effort, and to truly understand the process it's important to shine the light on some of the amazingly talented people working behind the scenes. For this interview we have the pleasure of being joined by the talented Queenie Li. Queenie is a Music Production Coordinator who has been working wit…
 
Rebecca Sugar helped define a generation with her groundbreaking series, Steven Universe. For this All Access we welcome the creative mind behind the world of Steven Universe as she shares her story of growing up in suburban Maryland, her love of animation and music, and how she landed at Cartoon Network Studios where she ultimately pitched the ide…
 
Composer Chad Cannon has worked with composers such as Joe Hisaishi, Howard Shore, Alexandre Desplat and Tyler Bates. His love for storytelling comes from his love of human stories. As a composer, Chas has quickly established his unique voice as a storyteller, and all of that is evident in his score for the Oscar-winning American Factory. American …
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Nathan Johnson's versatility as a composer and a storyteller can be seen across all his scores as well as all his projects he does outside of film composing. In this All Access we take a trip down memory lane as Nathan talks about growing up with his cousin, director Rian Jonson. Both Nathan and Ri…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Earlier this year, we had a fantastic All Access with How To Train Your Dragon trilogy writer/director Dean DeBlois and John Powell. But for our 3rd All Access with John, we wanted to explore the last chapter in the HTTYD trilogy from John's point of view as well as take the opportunity to revisit …
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Composer John Lunn has built a career that spans across multiple genres in film and television. For over two decades, John has contributed music to make worlds come alive, carve out characters and inject the emotional core of the story into the narrative. In this All Access, we caught up with John …
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Michael Giacchino's scores have brought to life some of our most beloved stories whether it's a videogame, TV series or film. He has worked across every genre, and has built found relationships with some of the best filmmakers in the industry. But It's his amazing talents as a storyteller that make…
 
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