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The official Film.Music.Media podcast features interviews with today's top film, TV and game composers. We sit down and talk extensively with today's top composers working across all visual media. Get to know the people behind some of your favorite soundtracks! Video versions of our All Access interviews can be found on our YouTube channel.
 
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We're celebrating our 80th All Access interview with the always fun and talented Dominic Lewis who is returning for his 4th time in the hot seat. Dom takes some time to catch up with recent projects like Monsters At Work for Disney+, Peter Rabbit 2, Jolt starring Kate Beckinsale, composing the final season of Ducktales, and more! Dom shares what it…
 
Oscar-winning composer Gustavo Santaolalla sits down with us fresh from his ASCAP Composer's Choice Award win at the 2021 ASCAP Screen Awards. Gustavo won for his score to The Last Of Us Part II, and the annual award is voted on by other composer's in the industry. In this All Access, Gustavo shares how music entered his life and how it turned into…
 
Tom Holkenborg has proved his versatility across many genres, and his most recent projects showcase his abilities to craft narratives from big action set pieces down to nuanced emotional character arcs. While Tom has been a guest on Film.Music.Media in the past, this is our first All Access and we take the time to dive into Army Of The Dead, Zack S…
 
Charlie sits down for this All Access interview to discuss his path to a career in music, his techniques, what he learned from his career in music before composing, and of course we explore some of Charlie’s scores including his most recent one for Spiral: From The Book Of Saw. Charlie discusses his early childhood and how he ended up on the music …
 
Oscar, Golden Globe and Grammy-winning composer Howard Shore joins us for a short chat about his new score to the film Funny Boy. Directed by Deepa Mehta, Funny Boy is a character-focused coming-of-age story set amongst the backdrop of the Sri Lanken Civil War. Howard talks about how he got involved with the film, and how he took a light approach t…
 
Composer Anthony Willis joins us for a special All Access in giving an in-depth and very authentic look at what it's like to be a young composer in Hollywood. Anthony has been a go-to talent for many composers such as Henry Jackman, John Powell, Harry Gregson-Williams and many others where he has served as an additional composer and various other t…
 
Emmy-winning composer Geoff Zanelli joins us for another quarantine All Access as we catch up with Geoff and talk about his newest scores to Fatale starring Hillary Swank and Michael Ealy as well as You Should Have Left starring Kevin Bacon and Amanda Seyfried It’s been a while since Geoff was a guest on All Access so we catch up on some of the sco…
 
Composer Henry Jackman joins us once again for another All Access as we chat and discuss about a bunch of projects that have come out since the last time Henry was on All Access. We discuss scores such as Detective Pikachu, 21 Bridges, Jumanji: The Next Level, Extraction and more! We dive deep into two of Henry’s most recent scores, which are Mosul…
 
The Newton Brothers may not be related by blood, but their shared musical passion and skills that compliment one another led them to form an incredible friendship and creative partnership. Andy Grush and Taylor Newton Stewart join in for this virtual All Access where we dive deep into their careers, their approach to scoring films as a duo, how the…
 
Oscar-winning composer Rachel Portman is one of the most prolific composers working today. Her amazing filmography spans so many different genres with amazing filmmakers with films like Emma, The Cider House Rules, Hart's War, Chocolat, Oliver Twist, The Joy Luck Club and many many more. Rachel discusses her path to becoming a composer, and how she…
 
Filmmaking and visual storytelling overall are a team effort, and to truly understand the process it's important to shine the light on some of the amazingly talented people working behind the scenes. For this interview we have the pleasure of being joined by the talented Queenie Li. Queenie is a Music Production Coordinator who has been working wit…
 
Rebecca Sugar helped define a generation with her groundbreaking series, Steven Universe. For this All Access we welcome the creative mind behind the world of Steven Universe as she shares her story of growing up in suburban Maryland, her love of animation and music, and how she landed at Cartoon Network Studios where she ultimately pitched the ide…
 
Composer Chad Cannon has worked with composers such as Joe Hisaishi, Howard Shore, Alexandre Desplat and Tyler Bates. His love for storytelling comes from his love of human stories. As a composer, Chas has quickly established his unique voice as a storyteller, and all of that is evident in his score for the Oscar-winning American Factory. American …
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Nathan Johnson's versatility as a composer and a storyteller can be seen across all his scores as well as all his projects he does outside of film composing. In this All Access we take a trip down memory lane as Nathan talks about growing up with his cousin, director Rian Jonson. Both Nathan and Ri…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Earlier this year, we had a fantastic All Access with How To Train Your Dragon trilogy writer/director Dean DeBlois and John Powell. But for our 3rd All Access with John, we wanted to explore the last chapter in the HTTYD trilogy from John's point of view as well as take the opportunity to revisit …
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Composer John Lunn has built a career that spans across multiple genres in film and television. For over two decades, John has contributed music to make worlds come alive, carve out characters and inject the emotional core of the story into the narrative. In this All Access, we caught up with John …
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Michael Giacchino's scores have brought to life some of our most beloved stories whether it's a videogame, TV series or film. He has worked across every genre, and has built found relationships with some of the best filmmakers in the industry. But It's his amazing talents as a storyteller that make…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Emmy-winning composer Hildur Guðnadóttir has quickly become one of the most prominent composers in the industry. Her musical journey started when she was young, but it was later in her life, and after finding a musical collaborator in Jóhann Jóhannsson that she became more involved in film composin…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Composer Carl Thiel's bold sounds and storytelling skills have graced some of the most standout scores across film and TV. Carl's storytelling sensibilities got the attention of filmmaking auteur Robert Rodriguez, where the two's shared love of visuals and music made them click instantly. Carl's ad…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Tim Wynn is one of the most talented storytellers working today. He brings his amazing personality to all his music, and injects his projects with wonderful themes and a deep emotional current. It's such an honor to have him back on All Access for the second time. For this discussion we revisit Tim…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Austin Wintory is back for another All Access! Austin sits down to talk a bit and revisit the story about his path to becoming a composer, and how important the mentors in his life have been. Austin also reflects on Journey and how a single project from 7 years ago is still very much part of his li…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] No matter what the genre or what the medium is, Bear McCreary dives right in to inject his signature sounds and approach to the stories we love. Bear’s talents as a storyteller extend across film, TV, and videogames to make our favorite stories come alive. Bear was one of our first interviews on Fi…
 
Jasper Leak just got his first Emmy nomination on his first project as a music supervisor, and we're glad to have him as a guest to dive into his work on the acclaimed Netflix documentary Quincy. Jasper may be a young talent, but his skills as a composer and music supervisor led him to build a fantastic relationship with director Alan Hicks. Alan c…
 
Composer Matthew Margeson has been behind some of the most stylistic and bold scores in recent memory. His work on films such as Kick-Ass 2, the Kingsman franchise, Eddie The Eagle, Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children, and now Rocketman has showcased his versatility across many genres. Matt joins us for his second All Access, this time to d…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] **SPOILER WARNING**: This interview contains spoilers for the entire How To Train Your Dragon trilogy. Writer/director Dean DeBlois and composer John Powell went on an immense 10-year journey together when they embarked on the first How To Train Your Dragon movie over a decade ago. Now, the trilogy…
 
Composer Siddhartha Khosla’s music has been the backbone to a multitude of TV series such as The Royals, The Runaways, The Kids Are Alright, and the hit NBC series This Is Us. His versatility and talents as a storyteller have made him a standout voice in the industry. Siddhartha shares his path to becoming a composer and how spending his early life…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] He got Arnold to the choppa, put the fly in Marty McFly, helped Forrest run like the wind blows, made sure we found out who framed Roger Rabbit, made you cry over a volleyball, and is now making sure Thanos is put in his place. Honored to welcome back composer Alan Silvestri for another in-depth Al…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Christopher Young’s talent as a storyteller is only rivaled by his kindness as a human being. Chris has firmly cemented himself as one of the most iconic film composers across a variety of genres, but it was in the horror genre where he was able to carve a path for his career early on. We dive into…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] When you think of smart and engaging television, good chances are that David Schwartz is behind the music of that show. David has scored series such as Northern Exposure, Arrested Development, The Good Place and is now scoring the final season of Veep. For this All Access we dive in with David to e…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Gabriel Mann is a composer, songwriter, singer and part of the LA-based alternative rock band The Rescues. Gabriel’s path to becoming a composer is a fascinating one, and his entire career journey has lead him to be one of the most prolific television composers in the industry. We discuss Gabriel’s…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Nathan Barr's passion and curiosity in unique instruments from around the world, including one made from a human femur, has made him one of the most versatile composers working today. His scores for Cabin Fever, Hostel, Hemlock Grove and True Blood have secured his place as a horror composer. But h…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] In this All Access we are joined by Academy Award nominated composer, Nicholas Britell. Based out of New York, Nicholas has quickly garnered critical acclaim after he found himself thrust into the world of film composing. Through some chance meetings and introductions, Nicholas found himself scorin…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Diane Warren has written hundreds of hit songs including “Because You Loved Me”, “If I Could Turn Back Time”, “Rhythm Of The Night”, “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” and many more. Diane has won a Grammy Award, an Emmy Award, a Golden Globe Award, three consecutive Billboard Music Awards for Songwrit…
 
Christopher Willis got his start working for composers like Rupert Gregson-Williams, Harry Gregson-Williams, and Henry Jackman. His talents as a storyteller can be heard in his scores for series like Veep (co-composed with Rupert Gregson-Williams), The Lion Guard and Mickey Mouse. His score for The Death Of Stalin gained critical praise along with …
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Henry Jackman's versatility has always been one of his strongest assets as a storyteller. Henry has given us amazing scores across a variety of genres, and his ability to shift gears drastically from project to project is nothing short of impressive. On our last All Access with Henry we covered a l…
 
Composer Rolfe Kent has continually demonstrated his versatility as a storyteller by bringing us such wonderful scores across every genre. He has built lasting relationships with directors like Alexander Payne and Jason Reitman. He has also given scores such as Up In The Air, Sideways, Legally Blonde, Wedding Crashers, About Schmidt and many more. …
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Carter Burwell is a true auteur of his craft, and one of the most respected and cherished composers working in the industry. While he’s mostly known for his work with The Coen Brothers, his entire filmography is filled with treasures. For this All Access we sit down and discuss Carter's unique path…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] EMMY-nominated composer Tony Morales joins us for a new All Access. Tony got his big break by having a chance meeting with Harry Gregson-Williams in a pizza shop, this led to commercial work and eventually session musician work along with being an additional arranger and orchestrator for Brian Tyle…
 
Gabriele Ciampi is a classically trained composer who has blended more modern sensibilities into his work. But even with all the modern technologies at a composer's disposal, he still insists on starting with a pencil and paper. ​ Gabriele studied composition at the prestigious St. Cecilia Music Conservatory. He also attended the Film Scoring Certi…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Daniel Hart may be a relative newcomer to the world of visual media scoring, but he has already established himself as one of the best auteur composers working today. His collaborations with director David Lowery have been extremely notable, and so has his projects with other directors and producer…
 
Composer, producer, writer and director John Carpenter is regarded as one of the most influential auteur filmmakers in all of cinema. He has been behind some of the most iconic films in the horror and sci-fi genre such as Assault On Precinct 13, Halloween, Christine, The Fog, Escape From New York, The Thing, Big Trouble in Little China and many mor…
 
Terence Blanchard is a renowned jazz musician and composer who has paved his own unique path as a musical storyteller. Terence and director Spike Lee have one of the most prolific composer/director relationships in the industry, and their latest project is the critically-acclaimed BlacKkKlansman. Terence joins us for a great chat about his childhoo…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Brian Tyler sits down for his third All Access interview here on Film.Music.Media. We revisit Brian's path to becoming a film composer including how both his undergraduate and master's degree had nothing to do with music despite his childhood and adolescent years being filled with music. We dive in…
 
Composer Lorne Balfe has proven his versatility and talent as a storyteller by delivering amazing scores across all genres and all mediums of visual storytelling. He has delivered the goods in family animation, moving dramas, thrilling horror, engaging biopics, inspiring documentaries, captivating television series, quirky comedies, addictive video…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Steve Jablonsky joins us for a second All Access, this time to discuss his score for Skyscraper among many other topics. In this All Access, we get a bit of a refresher of how Steve ended up on the composing path plus his views on the action genre as a whole. We talk about how he approached Skyscra…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Nature documentaries are unique in that the score is more important than ever in creating a narrative structure as well as an emotional pull. This genre is one of the purest forms of image and music working hand in hand, with only narration there as a guide for the audience. With Blue Planet II, Ja…
 
Peter Boyer is a composer, conductor, orchestrator, and professor of music whose work has been performed over 400 times by over 150 different orchestras. As one of the most premiere talents in the concert music world, Peter is sought out and his work commissioned for extremely powerful and unique projects. One of his most recent works that ended up…
 
Composer Sherri Chung has quickly established herself as a prominent voice in the industry with her storytelling talents. After scoring many short films as well as being an orchestrator for Walter Murphy on shows like Family Guy and The Cleveland Show, Sherri began to work with Blake Neely. She has worked as an additional composer on shows like Bli…
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] On this All Access we sit down with composer John Powell who returns for his second All Access with Film.Music.Media. In this discussion we talk about topics such as changes in the industry, finding inspiration, his love for chorus and percussion, producing songs, his early days at Media Ventures, …
 
[Watch the video interview on our YouTube Channel] Composer Dominic Lewis joins us for his third All Access, and to give us an incredibly unique and comprehensive look at his process. Film.Music.Media was granted special access to come and document the writing process for the score to Peter Rabbit, starring James Corden and Margot Robbie. Dom also …
 
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