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From the creators of the hit film SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY comes this award-nominated podcast inviting you into the studios of Hollywood's most brilliant, beloved and imaginative musical storytellers. Hosted by Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/score/support

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From the creators of the hit film SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY comes this award-nominated podcast inviting you into the studios of Hollywood's most brilliant, beloved and imaginative musical storytellers. Hosted by Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/score/support

    #7 | Carter Burwell still doesn't have a career in mind

    #7 | Carter Burwell still doesn't have a career in mind

    Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing the trailer release and score cues of Dune with original score by Hans Zimmer. Kenny asks Robert to explain why the music used in trailers most often doesn't reflect the score/sound of the film.

    Subscribe to MORE SCORE on Patreon for year-round interviews, film music talk and even cool merch: http://Patreon.com/MoreScore

    Later, Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning composer Carter Burwell (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, The Morning Show, Space Force, Fargo, Carol, Twilight series, No Country For Old Men, True Grit, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, The Tragedy of Macbeth and so many more) joins the show sharing that his initial leap into film was as an animator, how he connected with the Coen Brothers and why their bond has only gotten stronger after more than a dozen films together, explaining why he never left the east coast, and detailing his first earthquake encounter in 1994 while scoring Airheads, which happened to be one of the most catastrophic earthquakes in history.

    This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio

    Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast or send Kenny and Robert your questions for the mailbox at ScoreTheMailbox@epicleff.com

    Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes

    Executive Producer: Matt Schrader

    Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto

    © 2021 Epicleff Media


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    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/score/support

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    #6 | Elliot Goldenthal looks behind the actors’ eyes

    #6 | Elliot Goldenthal looks behind the actors’ eyes

    In our third double-guest episode in a row, Kenny and Robert begin the show chatting with rockstar songwriter, musician and composer, Isabella Summers (Little Fires Everywhere, Panic, Physical) aka “The Machine” from Florence + The Machine. Isa reveals that she always wanted to work in film and even scored and directed her own horror films as a kid, explains how she jumped head first into film scoring and continues to learn as she goes and breaks down the differences between scoring with a partner and writing solo.

    Subscribe to MORE SCORE on Patreon for year-round interviews, film music talk and even cool merch: http://Patreon.com/MoreScore

    Later, Oscar-winning composer Elliot Goldenthal (Frida, Batman Forever, Heat, Interview with the Vampire, Alien 3, Pet Sematary, Demolition Man and so many more) joins the show to discuss growing up in Brooklyn and absorbing multiple styles of music, his working relationship with late director Joel Schumacher, how Jim Carrey’s Riddler influenced his themes for Batman Forever, why he compares a tight deadline to a car crash, and shares his secret for overcoming writer’s block.

    This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio

    Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast or send Kenny and Robert your questions for the mailbox at ScoreTheMailbox@epicleff.com

    Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes

    Executive Producer: Matt Schrader

    Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto

    © 2021 Epicleff Media


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    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/score/support

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    #5 | Mark Isham never stops learning something new

    #5 | Mark Isham never stops learning something new

    In another loaded double-guest episode, Kenny and Robert begin the show chatting with mega-talent Isobel Waller-Bridge, composer of Emma (2020), Fleabag, Vita & Virginia and more! Isobel shares stories of early collaborations writing songs with her sister Phoebe, why she likes to sneak "easter egg" sounds and lyrics into her scores and why she loves to tackle musical projects outside of her wheelhouse.

    Subscribe to MORE SCORE on Patreon for year-round interviews, film music talk and even cool merch: http://Patreon.com/MoreScore

    Later, Emmy and Grammy-winning composer Mark Isham (HBO's The Nevers, Godfather of Harlem, Judas and the Black Messiah, Bill & Ted Face the Music, Crash (2004), A River Runs Through It, Once Upon a Time and so many more) joins the show sharing his unbelievable tale of how he got his first film scoring gig that involved a lot of luck, explains how scoring for TV has drastically changed over the course of his career, reveals why he got fired from the 1995 film Waterworld and what he's learned from experiences like that, and why he is motivated to collaborate with first-time film composers.

    This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio

    Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast or send Kenny and Robert your questions for the mailbox at ScoreTheMailbox@epicleff.com

    Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes

    Executive Producer: Matt Schrader

    Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto  © 2021 Epicleff Media


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    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/score/support

    • 1 時間56分
    #4 | Saunder Jurriaans & Danny Bensi: Rockstar Maestros

    #4 | Saunder Jurriaans & Danny Bensi: Rockstar Maestros

    In this jam-packed double-guest episode, Kenny and Robert begin the show chatting with Serj Tankian, Grammy-winning singer/songwriter, rockstar frontman of System of a Down and rising star film composer. Serj shares why he made the decision to jump into film composing, recalls the exact moment he decided to make music his career and what Robert Kraft told him the first time they met in 2008 that ended up coming true, reveals when he fell in love with the orchestra, and explains why making another System of a Down album isn't off the table.

    Subscribe to MORE SCORE on Patreon for year-round interviews, film music talk and even cool merch: http://Patreon.com/MoreScore

    Later, the Emmy-nominated composer duo of Saunder Jurriaans & Danny Bensi join the show sharing stories of starting a band together in New York and how and why they transitioned into film music, working with Jason Bateman and the unique way they got the gig for Ozark, what makes them select a documentary project and why they love taking on a project that takes them out of their comfort zone.

    This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio

    Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast or send Kenny and Robert your questions for the mailbox at ScoreTheMailbox@epicleff.com

    Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes

    Executive Producer: Matt Schrader

    Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto

    © 2021 Epicleff Media


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    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/score/support

    • 1 時間55分
    #3 | David Newman got into the family business

    #3 | David Newman got into the family business

    Kenny and Robert being the show discussing the return of live concerts, specifically film music, as the nation begins to return to normal post-pandemic. The Hollywood Bowl announced their summer lineup which includes the return of John Williams' "Maestro at the Movies" show featuring David Newman as conductor and a live-to-picture performance of Ludwig Goransson's Oscar-winning score of Black Panther.
    Subscribe to MORE SCORE on Patreon for year-round interviews, film music talk and even cool merch: http://Patreon.com/MoreScore
    Later, Oscar-nominated composer David Newman joins the show discussing his family legacy in film music, why he always had his heart set on conducting the orchestra, what it was like growing up around film music legends like John Williams and ultimately being a session player on iconic scores like ET and teaming up with Steven Spielberg on the highly anticipated remake of West Side Story.
    This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio
    Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast or send Kenny and Robert your questions for the mailbox at ScoreTheMailbox@epicleff.com
    Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes
    Executive Producer: Matt Schrader
    Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto 
    © 2021 Epicleff Media

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    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/score/support

    • 1 時間35分
    #2 | Alan Menken's musical Disney revolution

    #2 | Alan Menken's musical Disney revolution

    Kenny and Robert being the show discussing how Alan Menken and Howard Ashman helped launch Disney into its new generation with The Little Mermaid. Robert reflects on joining the film as a music producer, unaware of how pivotal this film would be for the future of music in animation. Then, the guys check Score: The Mailbox and answer a question about when and why a composer should get an agent.

    Subscribe to MORE SCORE on Patreon for year-round interviews, film music talk and even cool merch: http://Patreon.com/MoreScore

    Later, iconic composer and songwriter Alan Menken joins the show sharing how we went from writing for musicals on stage to transitioning into Hollywood with his longtime partner, the late Howard Ashman. Menken discusses developing some of his most famous songs and score from The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Pocahantas, Hercules, Aladdin and more.



    This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio

    Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast or send Kenny and Robert your questions for the mailbox at ScoreTheMailbox@epicleff.com

    Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes

    Executive Producer: Matt Schrader

    Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto

    © 2021 Epicleff Media


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    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/score/support

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