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The Thanksgiving edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this month’s cover story, JUSTIN HURWITZ shares a song and dance about Damien Chazelle's upcoming musical LA LA LAND, starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone. Also this issue, RUPERT GREGSON-WILLIAMS marches into battle on Mel Gibson's HACKSAW RIDGE; ANNE DUDLEY talks about her score to Paul Verhoeven’s ELLE; we take a trip to the MIDDLEBURG FILM FESTIVAL, where HENRY JACKMAN was on hand as this year's Distinguished Composer; just in time for Black Friday—Cary Wong’s annual HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE; a JERRY GOLDSMITH Score Restore looks at THE OMEN on the film's 40th anniversary; Gold Rush inspects ERNEST GOLD’s 1960 classic INHERIT THE WIND; MICHAEL A. LEVINE digs up treasure for LANDFILL HARMONIC; more embedded audio clips, and more.


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