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The stunning November/Thanksgiving edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this issue, the cover story is a brand new audio interview with THOMAS NEWMAN on SKYFALL, plus an audio journey through his career highlights. Also in this issue are a seemingless endless array of top-flight features including ALAN SILVESTRI discussing his gorgeous work on Robert Zemeckis' FLIGHT; ALEXANDRE DESPLAT dives into animation with RISE OF THE GUARDIANS; Tim Burden's live report from the WORLD SOUNDTRACK AWARDS at the GHENT FESTIVAL; DARIO MARIANELLI tackles Joe Wright's latest effort, a retelling of ANNA KARENINA with KEIRA KNIGHTLEY; MYCHAEL DANNA's LIFE OF PI; a chat with DAVE GRUSIN, who wouldn't mind getting a phone call to score a movie, but is otherwise content to tour the world performing jazz; WONG'S TURN HOLIDAY WISH LIST; a look at the upcoming Perseverance release of PHILLIP LAMBRO'S unused score to CHINATOWN; J. RALPH uses the force to score CHASING ICE, the next “It” documentary; a look at the “007” CRAZIEST BOND MUSIC RELEASES ever; more embedded audio clips, and more.  

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