Robert Kraft is the only studio music chief who can boast Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe nominations as a songwriter as well as credits as a composer and producer.
WGA's endorsement of unionizing through the Teamsters was a big boost for the musicians.
Film and TV composers and lyricists seeking to unionize have gotten the backing of the Writers Guild of America, as well as a handful of Hollywood heavyweights.
Paul Dunlap, a composer whose scores included such sci-fi and horror classics as "The Angry Red Planet" and "I Was a Teenage Werewolf," died of natural causes March 11 in Palm Springs, Calif. He was…
Nathan Scott, a film and television composer whose credits included "Wake of the Red Witch" and TV's "Dragnet" and "Lassie," died of age-related causes Feb. 27 at his home in Sherman Oaks, Calif. He…
Composer Mark Snow is in his tiny West Los Angeles studio putting the finishing touches on his score for the 100th episode of "Ghost Whisperer."
From the very beginning, showrunner Ryan Murphy and "Nip/Tuck" used music -- both songs and underscore -- in unexpected ways.
Film-music veteran Mike Knobloch has been named president, Film Music and Publishing, for Universal Pictures, Universal Pictures co-chairman Donna Langley and vice chairman and COO Rick Finkelstein…
Is there a formula for winning a music Oscar?
Oscars: Best Score
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