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…
Failing to carve anything graceful or fluid out of a slab of biography, helmer Hisako Matsui does bring to light a curious and intriguing story of a great-woman-behind-a-great-man in "Leonie"…
The spectacular look bestowed on Nenad Cicin-Sain's debut, "The Time Being," by d.p. Mihai Malaimare Jr. ("The Master") is symptomatic of its ills: all seductive surfaces, nothing to grab hold of.
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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.
Poland's novel new fest, Transatlantyk, looks set to bring harmony to the region's film and music scenes, having discovered audiences of 36,000 in the historic city of Poznan as it wrapped this…
Dieter Kosslick's passion for food and film is catching on across Europe.
When Jan Kaczmarek was approached to score "Get Low," he was attracted to the idea of infusing the music with subtle elements of American bluegrass, which he describes as "having a mystery in it."
It could be said composer Jan Kaczmarek ("Finding Neverland") is attracted to the unknown.
Film casts a well-nigh irresistible spell while spinning a Depression-era folk tale.
A loyal Akita demonstrates the meaning of unconditional love in Lasse Hallstrom's simple tearjerker.
For the second year, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has released a list of artists and executives invited to join the org, with 112 individuals on this year's list. The org allows for…