Over the past 15 years, the broadcast networks have demanded shorter main-title sequences, preferring to jump into the action faster and thus reduce the chance that viewers will flip to another…
Composer Michael Giacchino has plenty going on in his life. Yet he still makes time to score every episode of ABC's "Lost."
Harry Gregson-Williams composed some of the largest-scale choral and orchestral movie music of recent years, created the most cutting-edge electronica in modern film and scored some of the most…
It's a Tuesday afternoon in late March on the Newman Scoring Stage at 20th Century-Fox. Harry Gregson-Williams, looking a bit haggard after having been up most of the night finishing the music of…
Variety asked Harry Gregson-Williams to select a handful of memorable moments from his career as a film composer.
Harry Gregson-Williams has made a cottage industry out of "Shrek" music: Beyond the initial collaboration with John Powell on the 2001 original (which earned them an Annie, Britain's Ivor Novello…
A look at some of the top names in the brave new world of videogame scores.
French composer Maurice Jarre, who won Oscars for the music of "Lawrence of Arabia," "Doctor Zhivago" and "A Passage to India," died of cancer Saturday at his home in Malibu. He was 84.
Berklee College of Music DAN CARLIN Chair, Film Scoring Dept.
Composer Maurice Jarre, who today receives the Berlin Film Festival's Honorary Golden Bear for lifetime achievement, has worked with more world-famous directors than any other living film composer.
In the immortal words of Ronald Reagan: "Here we go again." Every year, it seems, someone complains about the Academy music branch and its occasionally head-scratching choices in the song and score…