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The February edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this issue, the cover story is an interview with DAVID ARNOLD and MICHAEL PRICE about their ongoing work on the highly regarded SHERLOCK series for the BBC. Also in this issue are an interview with ALEXANDRE DESPLAT on his tuneful score for George Clooney’s MONUMENTS MEN; a detailed analysis of JOHN WILLIAMS’ latest Oscar-nominated score, THE BOOK THIEF; WONG’S TURN discusses a certain BRUCE BROUGHTON issue; the final installment of our GEORGE FENTON live video series; MURRAY GOLD discusses the DOCTOR WHO 50th anniversary; RICHARD HARWOOD on his new CD of solo cello music written by film composers; an anti-Valentine’s EAR OF THE MONTH; a SCHWARZENEGGER-themed SOUNDTRACK OBSCURITIES; more embedded audio clips, and more.

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