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The Interview: Nicholas Britell (Moonlight) ?>

The Interview: Nicholas Britell (Moonlight)

By Charlie Brigden Nicholas Britell is about to hit the big time through his Oscar-nominated score to Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight. With the film out soon in the UK, we sat down with the composer to discuss awards, swimming, and chopping and screwing. CB: Hey Nicholas, how are you? NB: I’m good, I’m good. I’m, you know, watching this huge snowstorm! [laughter] CB: First of all, congratulations on the Oscar nomination. NB: Thank you. Thank you so much. CB: How did…

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The Best of 2016 ?>

The Best of 2016

2016 has been a pretty fantastic year for film music and here are what we consider the best of the lot, in no order of quality… By Charlie Brigden ABULELE – Frank Ilfman  A darker take on E.T., with spectacular melodies from Ilfman, one of the best contemporary composers around. HIGH RISE – Clint Mansell As dystopian as the film’s concept, Mansell combines orchestra and moog to score a deterioration of society and it’s a spectacular work. Review. JACKIE – Mica…

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The Films On Wax Podcast #8 ?>

The Films On Wax Podcast #8

In the latest episode, Charlie and Karol discuss a trio of new score releases – Nicholas Britell’s Moonlight, Michael Giacchino’s Doctor Strange as well as the long-awaited release of James Horner’s Living in the Age of Airplanes. In the second part, they both pick their favourite scores for this year’s Halloween… -Karol Krok

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