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Cinema: The Last Bastion of the Classical Composer

With the ever increasing availability of music and information through the internet, many assume that compositions are an archaism. When we talk of composers we look to the past. 450 more words


These Are The Musical Voyages...

Spend the briefest length of time with me, and you’ll know that I love film music. I’ve been in love with film music for the better part of my life. 777 more words

You Really Did Have To Be There

Cutthroat Island (John Debney)

There have been cinematic shipwrecks since the first films set sail for the commercial waters, but few have run aground as sharply or as deadly as… 878 more words

Capsule Review

THE JUDGE – Thomas Newman

Original Review by Jonathan Broxton

The Judge is a family drama film directed by David Dobkin, who previously helmed such popular movies as Wedding Crashers and Fred Claus, and starring Robert Downey Jr. 945 more words


Inspiration of the day : Dior!

Here is a very short music cue that I composed for a Dior video made by Digital Chalet.

Film Music



Original Review by Jonathan Broxton

Major cities in the United States were dangerous places in 1984. Murders, drive-by shootings and gang violence was rampant, and drug pushers, hookers and pimps harassed the good people of the cities on every street corner. 1,192 more words


MY NIKIFOR - Bartek Gliniak

Original Review by Alan Rogers

My Nikifor (Mój Nikifor) is a Polish film from 2004 directed by Polish-born director Krzysztof Krauze. The film is a dramatized account the last few years of the self-taught, “primitive/naïve” painter Nikifor Krynicki seen from the point-of-view of fellow painter Marian Włosiński. 806 more words