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Joe Dante in Conversation with Tim Burden, Robert Townson and Marshall Harvey about Jerry Goldsmith

 

Late last year I had the pleasure of hosting a live virtual event with director Joe Dante about his work with Jerry Goldsmith. A key contributor with whom he had such a successful collaboration with. Indeed, Joe would often site the phrase: "Jerry will save it!" during interviews. Soundtrack producer Robert Townson and editor Marshall Harvey also joined me in discussing the many highlights. 

Joe has been a long time film music fan and supporter of FSM and FSM Online over the years so it's quite fitting that this video be uploaded here and I hope you enjoy watching. Below is also a tribute welcome showreel I put together which introduced Joe's highlights to the live Zoom audience at the time, set to one of Goldsmith's best cues.

https://youtu.be/AudWANTSW_s

 

https://youtu.be/yj0rwwjWcI0

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