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The chock-full April edition of FSM ONLINE -- the DIRECTORS ISSUE -- is now live. In this issue, the cover story is an exclusive interview with KENNETH BRANAGH, discussing his 25-year collaboration with PATRICK DOYLE. Also in this stunning issue, the one and only SETH MACFARLANE discusses ALAN SILVESTRI’S COSMOS, plus film music in general; a refreshingly candid interview with CLINT MANSELL on Darren Aronofsky’s NOAH; THE NEWTON BROTHERS tackle the spooky OCULUS; SÉRGIO MENDES talks about working with John Powell on RIO 2; ELLIOT GOLDENTHAL discusses his concert works, including a new symphony premiering in May with the Pacific Symphony; HENRY JACKMAN dishes on CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER; JESPER KYD scores METAL HURLANT CHRONICLES; a USED CARS-themed Score Restore AND Torn Pages; FABIAN RÖMER discusses his music for the German event GENERATION WAR; more features, embedded audio clips, and more.

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