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The August edition of FSM ONLINE is now live, and is yet another loaded issue. This month’s cover story is an interview with DANIEL HART about his wild score for David Lowery’s THE GREEN KNIGHT. Also this issue is a discussion with JOHN MURPHY, who helps James Gunn reimagine THE SUICIDE SQUAD; DOUG ADAMS reviews the world premiere of JOHN WILLIAMS’ VIOLIN CONCERTO NO. 2 at Tanglewood; MYCHAEL DANNA mixes genres in Tom McCarthy’s STILLWATER, starring Matt Damon; the second half of our exclusive archival audio piece in which ELMER BERNSTEIN interviews HUGO FRIEDHOFER, recorded for Bernstein’s Film Music Notebook; TREVOR GURECKIS scores M. NIGHT SHYAMALAN’s latest feature, the beach resort thriller OLD; NATALIE HOLT joins the MCU with Disney+’s LOKI; a report from THE PRINCESS BRIDE IN CONCERT at the Hollywood Bowl; WONG’S TURN scours the continent for record stores; the third and final SCORE RESTORE column on JERRY GOLDSMITH’S LIONHEART; get to know British composer WARREN BENNETT; and loads of album reviews including THE GREEN KNIGHT, ALWAYS and THE PUBLIC EYE, plus embedded audio clips, and more. Enjoy!

 

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