Even if they might not survive deep into the awards season, a handful of 2015 releases nevertheless feature some of the most accomplished movie maestros delivering scores of the time-tested variety…
This serviceable but uninspired Zola adaptation is unlikely to win more than middling arthouse B.O.
Alan Rickman, Rebecca Hall and Richard Madden star in this awkward, passionless period drama from Patrice Leconte.
Xavier Dolan's kinky queer noir is his most accomplished, enjoyable and commercially viable work to date.
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…
In what amounts to a second chance to get some awards love after being locked out of the Academy's score nominees for "The Master" this past year, composer Jonny Greenwood is among the five who will…
A femme Gallic country cook is elevated to the rank of the president's personal chef in scribe-helmer Christian Vincent's "Haute Cuisine," an airy comedy-drama whose preparation, with its conspicuous…
Morricone, Williams, Herrmann top Variety poll of ASCAP, BMI members
Despite having turned 80 in June, Lalo Schifrin shows no signs of slowing down: He will be honored at two festivals in Europe in October, has a four-CD career retrospective due for release, has…
Warner/Chappell Music has acquired publishing and masters rights to Miramax's film music, taking advantage of a lucrative and sometimes overlooked element of movie assets.
Helmer Nikolaj Arcel reaches back to 18th-century Denmark to spin a real-life tale of intrigue, power, money, sex, love and betrayal in the handsome, character-driven historical drama "A Royal…