A studio on a busy street in North Hollywood is the center of television’s DC Universe – musically speaking, at least. It’s there that Blake Neely, 47-year-old native of Paris, Texas, creates the…
With the exception of a few top-tier names, most composers toil away in the shadow of A-list movie stars and directors. The exception comes with six European film music festivals, where they — and…
Television yields relatively few pleasant surprises, and "The Wedding Band" falls squarely into that camp.
Emmy-nominated composers basked in candlelight Sunday at a pre-kudos reception at the TV Academy's NoHo headquarters.
From scores to songs to main themes, TV provides a wide canvas for musical expression. These thumbnail sketches provide Academy members with a shorthand on which to base their vote.
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The image of stewardesses walking in synchronized step makes for an arresting promo, but this bird is a hollow shell whose pilot, anyway, never gets off the ground.
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A movie that starts off with a wedding is usually going to see things go bad before they get better. Defying this common wisdom, "Love Wedding Marriage" never gets better at all.
Robert Urband, a manager of film composers and music supervisors who was as known for his sartorial flair and elegant manner as he was for the strength of his client list, died Monday, April 25, in…
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