COMPOSERS (Film, Jazz)

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MURRAY GOLD (composer) Murray Gold recently took time out during his intense schedule to chat about his career as a composer and playwright, composing for television, and scoring the subtleties of comedy – the latter perhaps his greatest contribution to the new Doctor Who series, given so much of each episode’s success comes from the exploitation and support of each character’s wry and sometimes daffy eccentricities.



CHRISTOPHER GORDON (composer) Christopher Gordon discusses writing a massive orchestral score for the Spierig Bros.’ latest film, the vampire shocker Daybreakers.



JEFF GRACE (composer)  – 2009 & 2010  – An unpublished interview from 2009 & 2010 with composer Jeff Grace discussing his scores for Glenn McQuaid’s I Sell the Dead and Ti West’s The House of the Devil..

JEFF GRACE (composer)  – 2006 – After learning the intricacies of film composing with Howard Shore on the Lord of the Rings films, Jeff Grace has slowly been making a name for himself as a daring new film composer. In 2006, Grace scored a trio of horror flicks: the harsh, brilliant music for The Roost, as performed by the Flux Quartet; the haunting ambiance of Joshua, and co-scoring, with Anton Sanko, the latest shocker from Larry Fessenden, The Last Winter.



BRANDON HOCURA / VOWLS (composer) Brandon Hocura discusses composing an original score for Kenji Mizoguchi’s The Water MagicianTaki no shiraito (1933), which he performed with his group VOWLS at the Shinsedai Cinema Festival.



BOBBY JOHNSTON (composer) Podcast with composer Bobby Johnston (Mother’s Day, No Impact Man: The Documentary), who discusses his preference for using acoustic instruments, and working with iconic independent filmmakers such as Stuart Gordon.

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