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The March edition of FSM ONLINE is live. For this month's cover story, Tim Burden travels to Shepperton Studios to discuss CINDERELLA with PATRICK DOYLE in the first of a two-part interview, which includes composer commentary, and Doyle performing his themes at the piano. Also this issue, TOM HOLKENBORG (JUNKIE XL) scores the new Neeson shoot-up, RUN ALL NIGHT; MARK ADLER uncovers the truth with MERCHANTS OF DOUBT; FIL EISLER chats about his work on the wildly popular Fox TV series EMPIRE; a retrospective interview with cult-classic legend RICHARD BAND; an educational Gold Rush takes a look at the development of sound-on-film technology; Cary Wong considers the merits of full-length score releases; Torn Pages takes a look at 12z and their rejected score to the Hungarian film FREE FALL; more embedded audio clips, and more.

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Enjoyed the new issue, but something that has always puzzled me. Golden State Pops Orchestra advertises on the FSM site...in fact there's an ad for the Spoonful of Sherman concert on the page as I'm typing. But somehow, though they're mentioned in the forum and the orchestra advertises, it's never or almost never listed on the list of upcoming concerts in the mag. Odd?

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