We chat with Michael Abels about musically communicating the torment of the film's antagonists.
“It all comes down to the story in the end, but then, there are so many ways to tell a story.”
An interview with Armando Iannucci’s composer which starts in Soviet Russia and ends in Walt Disney World.
How Lalo Schifrin used jazz moods to turn Eastwood into the king of cool.
The Robin Williams documentary composer reveals the ins and outs of composing for television and film in his past and upcoming projects
Two artists talk about working with Steve McQueen, the original Widows, and creating a heist-film.
We know who will direct and who is returning to star, but the sound of James Bond may be just as important.
FX’s 'The Americans' has garnered acclaim for its use of pop music, but Nathan Barr’s tense, emotional score is equally vital to the show.