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John Debney’s “La Pasión Oratorio,” inspired by the composer’s Oscar-nominated score for The Passion of the Christ, was recently performed at the Mosque Cathedral of Córdoba, Spain – appropriately during Holy Week. The concert attended by 6,000 people was the first orchestral concert at the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba in more than 40 years. Conducted by Kevin Kaska, the performance featured the Córdoba Orchestra and Choir Ziryab along with performers from the film's… »
It's not often that a movie from India gets praise from the likes of James Cameron and Alfonso Cuarón, but "Broken Horses" has seen both directors put their promotional weight behind the unique picture. Today we have an exclusive preview of the score by Oscar-nominee John Debney ("The Passion Of The Christ"). Written, produced, and directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, and starring Vincent D'Onofrio, Anton Yelchin, Chris Marquette, Maria Velverde, Sean Patrick Flanery, and Thomas Jane, the film promises an intriguing blend of genre elements. Here's the official synopsis: Set in the shadows of the Us-Mexico border gang wars, Broken Horses is an epic thriller about the bonds of brotherhood, the laws of loyalty and the futility of violence. Debney's orchestral work seems to follow the peaks and valleys of the story, while also capturing the distinct flavor of the modern setting and the musical influences found »
- Edward Davis
Chicago – The newest Adam Sandler film that doesn’t feature him dressed like a chubby middle schooler is really bad, but in a special way. Similarly, it is an instant classic in the legacy of bizarre disasters, a footnote in writer/director history that must be witnessed to be fully understood.
Part of its perplexity is how the film is always in grasp as it shows itself, and how you can reach out and try to bring it back home, but then it explodes. This is one of those films where its flaws are more believable as a conspiracy than a misjudgment. Someone, please, let the police know that writer/director Tom McCarthy is missing, and someone has his shoes.
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"Standing on the podium and hearing it for the first time, I guess it's like seeing your child for the first time," Oscar-nominated composer John Debney ("The Passion of the Christ") says in the trailer for "Score." Fittingly enough, the feature-length portrait of the power of film music, in the works from a Los Angeles-based team of journalists, producers, and photographers, is a passion project in itself. Director and executive producer Matt Schrader and executive producer Trevor Thompson have thus far used their personal savings to fund the movie, after first discussing working on a documentary together while classmates at the University of Southern California. "There's clearly a sacrifice there," says Schrader, who left a career in journalism in Sacramento to work on "Score." "Trevor and I have both had to do some freelance stuff here and there to keep the money flowing." (Full disclosure: I was acquainted with Schrader. »
- Matt Brennan
Welcome, once again, dear K readers, to another patented Kasterborous News Blast! We’ve got some lovely bits for you today – John Debney on scoring the TV Movie, what Peter Capaldi’s leaving The Musketeers means to the show’s future, Jenna Coleman’s New Years resolutions, an update on the BBC Television Centre auctions, and interview with...
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- Rebecca Crockett
5 items from 2015
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