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    • RYAN GOSLING as Neil Armstrong in

      ‘First Man’

      Damien Chazelle’s film about Neil Armstrong’s journey through the space program is a drama so revelatory in its realism it shoots the moon.

    • Oakley Bull as Daisy Sheff, Maura

      ‘Beautiful Boy’

      Timothée Chalamet, as a young crystal-meth addict, and Steve Carell, as the father who’s out to save him, hit a true and touching note.

    • (l to r) Caleel Harris, Madison

      ‘Goosebumps 2’

      The sequel to R.L. Stine’s kiddie hit is another live-costume-shop spook show with a story so tepid you’re grateful for the visual flimflam.

    • THE CONNERS - The Conners reunited

      ‘The Conners’

      Given everything it went through to become its own series, “The Conners” makes a solid case for itself.

    • Jennifer Garner in HBO's Camping


      The series shows so little movement that watching “Camping” becomes nearly as unpleasant as it is for the characters.

    • Romanoffs_20171005_D03_Ep103_JT_0473.RAF

      ‘The Romanoffs’

      Even when “The Romanoffs” doesn’t always click into place, it can still be hypnotizing to watch its gears work to get there.

    • Murphy Brown

      ‘Murphy Brown’

      In all the wrong ways, Candice Bergen’s reboot of the CBS sitcom “Murphy Brown” is the perfect show for the Trump era.

    • Tootsie review


      This bouncy musical turns the story into a full-on satire of the narcissistic male ego.

    • Moulin Rouge review

      ‘Moulin Rouge!’

      Baz Luhrmann’s iconic, trippy movie comes to the stage with its grandeur and craziness intact.

    • Head Over Heels

      ‘Head Over Heels’

      Graft some hits from the Go-Go’s songbook onto an Elizabethan prose poem and you get a lot of silly stuff.

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Music for Screens Summit - October 30

Coinciding with our popular quarterly feature, this one day summit will include interviews and panels with leading songwriters, producers, composers and music executives behind today's hit tv/film/theater soundtracks. Announcing Keynote Speakers: Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross

Confirmed Speakers

  • Pinar Toprak
  • Rich Holtzman
    Manager, Portugal. The Man
  • Ramin Djawadi

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