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December FSMO Is Now Live!
Posted By: Tim Curran 12/18/2014 - 2:00 AM
The ho-ho-holiday edition of FSM ONLINE is now live, and this month it's REALLY full. The cover story is a Doug Adams interview with HOWARD SHORE about his final journey to Middle-earth in THE HOBBIT: THE BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES, plus ROSEWATER and MAPS TO THE STARS. Also this issue, ALEX EBERT channels '80s-era synth in A MOST VIOLENT YEAR; jazz pianist JASON MORAN scores his first feature with the Martin Luther King, Jr., film SELMA; NORA KROLL-ROSENBAUM and LAURA KARPMAN chat about their collaboration on the HBO doc REGARDING SUSAN SONTAG; Cary Wong looks at awards season in his annual Memo to the Academy; a special director's commentary with JAMES MARSH about THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING; go back 50 years with an in-depth analysis of GOLDFINGER by JOHN BARRY; an interview with author CHRISTINE GENGARO about her book, LISTENING TO STANLEY KUBRICK; a CLOCKWORK ORANGE Score Restore brings back a lost WENDY CARLOS cue; an artistic interpretation of LORD OF THE RINGS, inspired by the scores of HOWARD SHORE; WINIFRED PHILLIPS talks video game scoring and LITTLEBIGPLANET 3; JEROME LEROY shares his experiences with A BETTER PLACE; a review of ALEXANDRE DESPLAT's London Symphony Orchestra concert; more embedded audio clips, and more.

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The Magic & Majesty of Alexandre Desplat
Posted By: Tim Burden 11/30/2014 - 9:00 PM

One of the perks of working in the cinema industry is the opportunity to hear multiple new film scores each week. Some good, some bad, some inaudible. Girl with a Pearl Earring was the first time I heard Alexandre Desplat's music and, like many others, I was suitably impressed and looked forward to hearing more from this composer.

Desplat's output didn't disappoint and he continues to deliver the best that music has to offer for film. It is well time

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