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October 11, 2019
Robert, Kenny, Matt and Carol begin the season finale discussing Joker breaking the box office record for largest October opening and how composer Hildur Guðnadóttir plays a role in that with her score. Then award-winning composer Dave Porter joins to share stories of how he first got involved in the Breaking Bad universe, working closely with long time collaborator Vince Gilligan, his path into film scoring that started with early classical training and later exploring electronic music in college, interning at Phillip Glass’ studio, how 9/11 played a role in giving him the final push to move to LA and taking a deep dive into his music for Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul and the now released El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. Lastly, Dave joins for a special round of #NameThatScore with a “science” theme. This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
October 8, 2019
In this special episode before the season finale of Score: The Podcast, Robert and Kenny are joined by director Matt Schrader, who has been working on the first ever "cultural diplomacy" mission to North Korea, with the help of The Human Rights Foundation. To watch the video or donate to this cause with your own flash drive, you can go to http://score-movie.com/northkorea. Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
October 1, 2019
Robert and Kenny start the show discussing the release of Hildur Guðnadóttir ’s score for Joker and the upcoming release of the highly-anticipated film as well as a group of music-related documentaries in theaters. Then, Emmy-winning composer Mac Quayle joins the show to share stories of his early years in music producing reggae and dance music, why the illegal download era and an economic shift in the music industry moved him toward scoring, how he connected with Cliff Martinez to learn the industry, and takes us through his work for many hit series including Mr. Robot, American Horror Story, American Crime Story and Pose. This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
September 24, 2019
Robert, Kenny, Matt and Carol begin the show discussing the results from this year’s EMMYs and finalizing the standings of the 2nd Annual Score: The Podcast Emmy Predictions. Then Award-winning composer Nicholas Britell joins to share stories of how he started working with director Barry Jenkins for Moonlight without ever hearing a note of his music, staying at director Adam McKay’s pool house over the summer while working together on The Big Short, starting his path into the film music world from playing the piano at the age of five after watching Chariots of Fire, having a career detour in currency trading and sharing bizarre stories from hanging out with Robert in France for a never-released movie they worked together on. This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
September 17, 2019
Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing the winning composers at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards and checking the standings of the 2nd Annual Score: The Podcast Emmy Predictions. Then Award-winning composer Marco Beltrami shares the story of his first big break on Wes Craven's Scream, details importance of his longtime partner and collaborator Buck Sanders, getting hired by Robert on his first blockbuster film I,Robot, crafting his Emmy-winning score for the Oscar-winning documentary Free Solo and sharing his excitement for what he calls his greatest work to date in Ford v Ferrari. This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
September 10, 2019
Robert and Kenny begin the show joined by Matt Schrader and Carol Kuswanto for the show's annual Emmy predictions. The group makes predictions for seven categories: Drama Series, Comedy Series, Limited Series, Original Main Title Theme Music, Music - Limited Series, Music - Documentary Series, Music - Series. Then 5x Emmy-winning composer and current Emmy nominee Jeff Beal joins the show telling the story of getting fired on his first hit TV show Monk, winning the Emmy for main title theme, then getting rehired. Jeff also discusses his working relationship with David Fincher on the Netflix hit series House of Cards and exclusively reveals his first sketch of the main title theme. Lastly, Jeff join the guys for a special round of #NameThatScore with a "westerns" theme. This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
August 13, 2019
In this bonus episode, Robert and Kenny are joined by legendary sound recordist Chris Watson. Chris tells stories of his incredible and sometimes dangerous travels across all seven continents on earth, his process of recording the sounds used in Hildur Guðnadóttir's haunting score for Chernobyl and why he says sometimes the most important thing you can do is listen. Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
July 23, 2019
Robert and Kenny start off the show by discussing the announcement of Avengers: Endgame passing Avatar to become the highest-grossing movie of all time, big trailer releases including Top Gun: Maverick and Cats, then they are joined by pianist Marcos Bocanegra who was invited to be on The Ellen Show after a video of him playing the piano at Costco went viral.  Then legendary composer, music producer and 3x Oscar-winner Giorgio Moroder and his collaborator, composer Raney Shockne join us to share the stories behind their collaboration on Queen of the South, how Giorgio created the sounds and changed film music with his scores for Midnight Express and Scarface, writing iconic original songs for film including Top Gun and Flashdance, working with Daft Punk for the 2014 Grammy-winning album of the year Random Access Memories and designing a sports car in his free time. This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
July 16, 2019
Robert and Kenny begin the show by discussing the announcement of Settling The Score: David Arnold vs. Michael Giacchino concert and upcoming hot releases including The Lion King and The Art of Self-Defense. Then award-winning composer Nathan Barr (True Blood, The Americans, The House with a Clock in Its Walls, Carnival Row) joins to share the story of starting his path to film music world with a crazy trip of driving a school bus from New York to Brazil, restoring the original Wurlitzer organ from the Fox scoring stage that was used by Bernard Herrmann in Journey to the Center of the Earth and John Williams in Empire of the Sun, breaks down his writing process for The Americans and building the amazing Bandrika Studios. This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
July 9, 2019
Robert and Kenny begin the show by discussing composer Dan Romer to compose for Bond 25, other hot releases like Stuber, The Farewell, and Crawl. The hosts also answer a viewer question about soundtrack releases and discuss the big earthquake in Southern California. Then award-winning composer Christopher Lennertz joins to share the story of growing up with an illustrious group of mentors around him including the late maestro Elmer Bernstein, accidentally walked into Henry Mancini’s recording session which later gave him the final push into becoming a film composer, working with pop stars Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas and Janelle Monáe on Uglydolls, and the artistic genius of Seth Rogen. This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
July 2, 2019
Robert and Kenny begin the show by talking about the early release of The Lion King soundtrack and whether reboot soundtracks qualify for awards, Michael Giacchino leading this year’s Annual ‘Musical Anatomy of a Superhero’ Comic-Con Panel and other hot releases this week including Spiderman: Far From Home and Stranger Things 3. Then composer Michael Abels (Get Out, Us) joins to share the story of how he and Jordan Peele connected in their filmmaking debut, using choirs in his scores and the evolution of ‘Gospel Horror’, how he turned a popular hip-hop track into a terrifying theme in Us and his reaction when he found out Steven Spielberg told Jordan Peele to stick with Michael Abels. This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
June 25, 2019
Robert and Kenny start the show sharing a clip from the Rise of the Planet of the Apes scoring session with composer Patrick Doyle, discussing whether Toy Story 4's slow start should be considered a disappointment and updating the developing Michael Giacchino subtweeting situation with The Batman. Then award-winning composer Pinar Toprak (Captain Marvel, Justice League, Krypton, Fortnite) joins to tell the story of how Hans Zimmer's The Prince of Egypt soundtrack might have started her journey into the film music world, getting her first scoring gig while working under orchestrator William Ross, writing pop music for another galaxy for Krypton and revealing that her demo for Wonder Woman was heard by Marvel music supervisor Dave Jordan which got her a shot at Captain Marvel. Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
June 18, 2019
Robert and Kenny begin the show with a special "Score Story."Robert shares a tale from his years as President of Music at 20th Century Fox, working with composer Patrick Doyle on Rise of the Planet of the Apes and how a sweet treat inspired a cue that Doyle was stuck on during the writing process. Then award-winning composer and music producer Joe Trapanese joins to talk about the challenges of writing score alongside a musical in The Greatest Showman, being paired up with pop superstars to score films like Daft Punk for TRON: Legacy and NWA for Straight Outta Compton and his strategy for scoring Arctic with very minimal dialogue. Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
June 11, 2019
Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing how the Emmys will start honoring original scores for documentary, DC Universe new TV series Swamp Thing getting canceled after one episode, and other hot releases coming up this week. Then award-winning composer Benjamin Wallfisch (Shazam!, It, Hidden Figures, Blade Runner 2049, Hellboy) joins to tell the story of being raised in a musical family, growing up obsessing over two chords in Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, his mentoring and collaborative relationship with Hans Zimmer, how he and director David Sandberg were just geeking out the entire time working on Shazam! and having first ever meeting in Hollywood was with our very own, Robert Kraft! Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
June 4, 2019
Robert and Kenny start the show talking about the trend of the high quality mini-series taking the television spotlight, Godzilla's box office disappointment and run down our guest's incredible songwriting resume. Then Grammy award-winning songwriter Diane Warren joins us and shares why she never wanted to be a performer, her random run-in on an airplane with rapper Common that led to an Oscar-nominated song, getting Michelle Obama on The Late Late Show with James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke, taking Lady Gaga out of her comfort zone and discovering Golden Globe-nominated actress Chrissy Metz's secret talent. Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
May 28, 2019
Robert and Kenny start the show welcoming in Blockbuster creators Matt Schrader and Peter Bawiec, discussing what they took away from creating their Spielberg-Lucas-Williams biopic podcast and taking questions from fans on social media. The guys also stay to chat about this week’s top headlines including Aladdin, HBO’s Chernobyl, Hulu’s Catch 22 and more. Then Kris Bowers joins the show to chat about his super early expectations of being a pianist, working with hip-hop greats Kanye West and Q-Tip, his collaboration with NBA Champion turned Oscar-winning filmmaker Kobe Bryant and breaks down his latest projects including Ava Duvernay’s Netflix mini-series When They See Us. Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
May 21, 2019
Robert and Kenny start discussing the Back to the Future musical coming to the U.K. in 2020, Avengers: Endgame finally knocked out of #1 at the box office, Ramin Djawadi climbing the pop music charts with new Game of Thrones soundtrack and more. Then Icelandic composer and musician Hildur Guðnadóttir joins us to talk scoring Joker and working with famed comedy director Todd Phillips on a more serious and dark movie, discusses her trip to Lithuania to physically identify the sound and feel of her score for HBO’s new mini-series Chernobyl and being proud to help carry the torch for women composers in Hollywood. Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
May 14, 2019
Robert and Kenny start off the show by talking about Ramin Djawadi’s tour announcement for Game of Thrones Live, the 2019 Cannes Film Festival and other hot releases for the week! Then Academy Award-winning editor and award-winning composer John Ottman (Bohemian Rhapsody, X-Men series, The Usual Suspects, Valkyrie) joins us to tell the story of his path into the film music world, having to put both the film editor and composer hats on major studio films, working alongside the band members of Queen on Bohemian Rhapsody and the major bumps in the road during production and co-writing a song with Robert back in his time at Fox. Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
May 7, 2019
Robert and Kenny start off the show with a special summer movie preview joined by film critic Scott "Movie" Mantz. Previews include Spiderman: Far From Home, The Lion King, Toy Story 4 and Yesterday.   Then Oscar-winning composer Justin Hurwitz (First Man, La La Land, Whiplash) joins us to tell the story of his path into the film music world as a band member and writer, meeting Damien Chazelle for the first time during freshman year at Harvard, working with Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone on the movie set for La La Land and the reason to feature the theremin in the First Man score.   Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
April 30, 2019
Robert and Kenny start off the show updating numbers for Avengers: Endgame’s record-shattering opening weekend at the box office and discuss Bear McCreary’s rocking sneak peek for the Godzilla: King of the Monsters soundtrack.   Then Oscar-winning composer Steven Price (Gravity, Our Planet, Baby Driver, Fury, Suicide Squad) joins us to tell his story of growing up listening to 60s rock music in the U.K., his path into the film music world as a music editor for films such as The Lord of the Rings: Two Towers, his approach to the intense walrus scene from Our Planet and why he told his wife he'll spend the rest of his life proving himself as an Academy Award-winner for Gravity. Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast  
April 23, 2019
Robert and Kenny begin the show celebrating the 30-year anniversary of Seinfeld. In a special “Theme Song Throwback,” TV composer Jonathan Wolff explains how Larry David saved his iconic theme from being thrown out.   Then award-winning composer Henry Jackman (Detective Pikachu, Wreck-It Ralph series, Captain America: Winter Soldier) joins to talk about growing up as a choir boy in London, his transition from the record industry to film music after one random phone call and why you probably cried at the end of Captain Phillips. Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
April 23, 2019
In this bonus “Theme Song Throwback” episode, Robert and Kenny are joined by Seinfeld composer Jonathan Wolff to celebrate the 30-year anniversary of the record-breaking series. Wolff tells stories of the creation of the theme song and why Jerry Seinfeld wanted something different, how Larry David saved his iconic music from being thrown out and reveals that the show originally aired with a different opening title theme.   Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
April 16, 2019
Robert and Kenny return for the Season 2 premiere and begin the show discussing headlines from the offseason. Matt Schrader joins to talk the release of his six-part podcast series, Blockbuster. Then Emmy-winning composer Bear McCreary (The Walking Dead, Outlander, Battlestar Gallactica, 10 Cloverfield Lane) joins to tell the story of his path into the film music world and working under the late maestro Elmer Bernstein, the evolution of the God of War score, his score for the upcoming summer blockbuster Godzilla: King of the Monsters and many of his behind the scenes stories of his successful career as a TV/Film/Video Game composer. Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
January 5, 2019
Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing film scores that didn’t qualify for the 2019 Academy Awards, including John Powell and John Williams’ score for SOLO: A Star Wars Story which notably missed the deadline for submission.   Then music psychologist and author Dr. Siu-Lan Tan, who is featured in SCORE: A Film Music Documentary and Score: The Podcast Season 1, joins the show to discuss her fascinating studies of film music. She explains why music can give us goosebumps, the use of eye-tracking, the “ventriloquism effect” and many more ways we can be affected while watching a film or television series.   In honor of this bonus episode’s guest, we dug up the very first episode of The Inside Track with Dr. Siu-Lan Tan to revisit how composers use the final notes of a film to manipulate your feeling about the ending.   Lastly, Kenny and Robert get to some audience questions sent in over social media for Dr. Tan. She discusses why the choir has such an emotional impact on us, why themes and motifs help tell the story and why certain instruments are used to create moods. To close out the episode, Kenny selects a lucky listener as the winner of an autographed copy of Dr. Tan’s book, Psychology of Music: From Sound to Significance, Second Edition.   FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Copyright 2019 Score: The Podcast
September 4, 2018
Robert and Kenny begin the season finale episode talking about Robert's renovating of Fox's "Stage One," in 1994, which saved the famous recording stage that would become the Alfred Newman Scoring Stage. Then the guys reflect on their favorite moments from Season 1 of Score: The Podcast and make their epic Emmy Picks. Then Lorne Balfe joins to talk about his Mission: Impossible - Fallout score, and Ozzy Osbourne and others working with his dad, Stewart Copeland’s angry letter correcting his grammar, and how he crossed paths with Hans Zimmer and Christopher Nolan. Also, why he used 12 bongo players at the same time. Lastly, Lorne joins us to play a “Spy and Secret Agent Movie" edition of of Name That Score, where you — yes, you — could be a winner! Plus, an update on the final rankings for #NameThatScore. EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Copyright 2018 Score: The Podcast
August 28, 2018
Robert and Kenny begin the show explaining the crucial role of a “music supervisor” in modern filmmaking, before interviewing Hollywood’s most in-demand music supervisor, Dave Jordan, responsible for some of the biggest Marvel projects and soundtracks of the last decade, including Guardians of the Galaxy and Black Panther. Robert and Kenny debate several “long overdue sequels/reboots” they’d like to see, including Robert’s “Sit and Deliver” and Kenny’s post-Breaking Bad/Jesse Pinkman spinoff "Science, Bitch!" Then Dave Jordan comes in to discuss his comic book collection and how it led him to a job as the preeminent music supervisor for Marvel films. In The Inside Track, music psychologist Dr. Siu-Lan Tan discusses the role of music and sound design on manipulating audiences, including a fascinating music psychology study. Then Dave talks about his work on Black Panther with Ryan Coogler, Ludwig Goransson and Kendrick Lamar, and delivering an entire soundtrack instead of just a few songs, and the incredible way the Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack was born. Lastly, Dave joins us to play a “Famous Movie Songs 2.0” edition of Name That Score, where you — yes, you — could be a winner! EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW ON TWITTER @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Copyright 2018 Score: The Podcast
August 21, 2018
Robert and Kenny begin the show talking through the World Soundtrack Award nominees and Matt gives his Summer Movie Review and rankings. Then Emmy-winning composer Sean Callery joins the show to talk about starting his career as a Disneyland Tokyo keyboardist, working with Mark Snow on the X-Files and later on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, 24, Homeland, and how he scored still images from Jessica Jones before seeing picture. Then Sean talks about some last-minute additions to episodes he’s scored, including finishing music the day before a show airs and scoring shows year round. Lastly, Sean joins us to play a “TV Tunes” edition of Name That Score, where you — yes, you — could be a winner! EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Copyright 2018 Score: The Podcast
August 14, 2018
Robert and Kenny begin the show talking about the upcoming Quincy Jones documentary and debate the Oscars’ new “Popular Film” category. Then Heitor Pereira comes in to discuss how his Brazilian family sold a car and he sold his only guitar to buy a ticket to New England on a cargo ship so he could study music. In The Inside Track, music psychologist Dr. Siu-Lan Tan discusses how TV shows tailor their tunes to support the ideas behind the show, with examples from Seinfeld to Lost and The Simpsons. Then Heitor talks about the origin of his “Backyard Industries” studio and how he convinced Hans Zimmer to use “a concerto” of guitars on Gladiator. Lastly, Heitor joins us to play a “Guitar Film Scores” edition of Name That Score, where you — yes, you — could be a winner! EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Copyright 2018 Score: The Podcast
August 7, 2018
Kenny begins this extended edition of the show by talking about the sudden surge in vinyl sales, and argues there’s a huge future ahead for the medium, with major companies jumping into the industry. Then Matt presents his spoiler-free Summer TV roundup of recommendations and disappointments, and the guys tally the scores from their Emmy Nomination predictions. Then we’re joined by Tom Holkenborg, electronic DJ and composer of films including Mad Max: Fury Road, Deadpool, Tomb Raider, 300: Rise of an Empire and Peter Jackson’s upcoming Mortal Engines. Tom talks about first meeting Robert Kraft at Fox, years before his composer career took off, and getting kicked out of music school for his rebellious approach to drums. Then Tom talks about why he recorded custom drums for Mad Max, and his Studio Time series that breaks down his musical approaches. Lastly, Tom joins the guys for a “#1 Blockbusters of the 2000s” edition of Name That Score where you — yes, you — can be a winner! Play along for free by tweeting @ScoreThePodcast, where you could win a fabulous prize! EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Copyright 2018 Score: The Podcast
July 3, 2018
This is a special release for the 1-year anniversary crew commentary of SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY.  To watch along, you can start your copy of the film at the 5:00 mark of this recording, or watch the video commentary on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/7OUZ1COo0X8 (Please note, due to legal restrictions, the last 15 minutes of the film are not shown.) Want to own a copy of SCORE? Our exclusive Collector's Edition Blu-ray+DVD Combo is available only at http://score-movie.com/store with all proceeds going to the filmmakers.
June 26, 2018
This is a bonus episode and part of Score: The Podcast's extended conversation with Tamar-kali (Mudbound, Come Sunday, Between Earth and Sky). The full-length episode of Score: The Podcast with Tamar-kali is available now. EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
June 26, 2018
Robert and Kenny begin the show from Kraftbox Studios talking about Robert’s surprise visit from Michael Jackson on the Fox studio lot, and the weird meeting with the iconic pop star, director Terrence Malick and composer Hans Zimmer while scoring The Thin Red Line.   Then Tamar-kali comes into the studio to discuss her score for the Academy Award nominated Mudbound from Netflix, her musical upbringing, and how she met director Dee Rees.   In The Inside Track, music psychologist Dr. Siu-Lan Tan breaks down classic film examples of “closeups on faces” and how they are radically changed by the presence of certain musical accompaniment.   Then Tamar discusses how she got the job for Netflix’s Come Sunday and her upcoming family drama Between Earth and Sky, the AfroPunk sound and her band, and how her career began by doing background vocals on Outkast’s “ATLiens” album.   Lastly, Tamar-Kali joins the guys to play an “famous film songs” edition of Name That Score, where you — yes, you — could be a winner!   EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast   FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast   Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Copyright 2018 Score: The Podcast
June 19, 2018
This is a bonus episode and part of Score: The Podcast's extended conversation with Christophe Beck about his love for modular synths and the changing form of film music, plus his first live performance in Holland and the premiere party for the film The 12th Man. The full-length episode of Score: The Podcast with Christophe Beck is available now. EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
June 19, 2018
Score: The Podcast welcomes Christophe Beck, Emmy Award-winning composer of some of the biggest shows and movies of the last two decades, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, The Muppets, Pitch Perfect, Disney's Frozen, Trolls, Edge of Tomorrow, The Hangover comedy movies, and Marvel's Ant-Man and upcoming Ant-Man and the Wasp (July 6).   Robert and Kenny begin the show making their Emmy nomination picks for the best TV shows and TV scores of the year.   Then Christophe Beck comes in to discuss how to score comedy and exaggerating a punchline with humorous music.   Behind the Score dives into the studio musicians that record on most of Hollywood’s biggest scores, including cellist Steve Erdody who has recorded on over 1,200 scores in his career.   Then Christophe dives into his new $1M SESAC Scores: The Beck Diversity Project initiative, meant to foster new talent from diverse backgrounds, and discusses how he got the Ant-Man gig, and previews Ant-Man and The Wasp!   Lastly, Chris joins us to play an “alien movie”-themed edition of Name That Score, where you — yes, you — could be a winner! Play along for your chance to win a fabulous prize on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast.   EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & MUSIC: http://score-movie.com/podcast   Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Copyright 2018 Score: The Podcast
June 12, 2018
This is a bonus episode and part of Score: The Podcast's extended conversation with Mychael Danna. Mychael Danna talks about working on Little Miss Sunshine and the band DeVotchKa and Nick Urata, and the quirky soundtrack that changed “indie” films forever. The full-length episode of Score: The Podcast with Mychael Danna is available now. EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
June 12, 2018
Robert and Kenny begin the show talking about the new Halloween trailer, why the horror genre isn’t generally as widely respected for its music, and why some directors want to score their own movies.   Mychael Danna comes in to discuss Ang Lee stumbling into his music and collaborating on The Ice Storm, a score Elmer Bernstein originally slammed. Then Robert and Mychael recall working together on Life of Pi, and how Mychael was nearly fired before Robert and Mychael added a “shaker” sound to the score, and later won Danna his first Academy Award for Best Original Score.   In The Inside Track, music psychologist Dr. Siu-Lan Tan breaks down how sound design, including the “cocktail party effect,” can alter our perceptions in film and television, using examples from several classic films.   Then, Mychael talks about working with his brother Jeff Danna, and how they complement each other’s styles and approaches, and the music of The Good Dinosaur.   Lastly, Mychael joins Robert and Kenny to play a “Academy Awards” edition of Name That Score, where you — yes, you — can be a winner!   EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast   FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast   Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Copyright 2018 Score: The Podcast
June 5, 2018
This is a bonus episode and part of Score: The Podcast's extended conversation with Jeff Russo (Legion, Fargo, Star Trek: Discovery). Composer Jeff Russo talks about the dreamlike nature of Legion's musical storytelling, including blending his score with music from Bon Iver, plus his use of his own original sound recordings for the music of Fargo, and how he gets along musically with showrunner Noah Hawley.   The full-length episode of Score: The Podcast with Jeff Russo is available now. EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
June 5, 2018
Robert and Kenny discuss the boom in score concerts, and review a few entries of our #NameThatScore theme-writing contest. Jeff Russo comes in to discuss how he got the call to do Star Trek: Discovery, and the music of FX’s award-winning Fargo and Legion (which we find out during the show has been renewed for season 3).  Finally Jeff joins a sci-fi edition of Name That Score, where you — yes, you — could be a winner! EPISODE NOTES: https://score-movie.com/podcast
May 29, 2018
This is a bonus episode and part of Score: The Podcast's extended conversation with Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein. Robert asks the Stranger Things duo about their musical inspirations, including Tangerine Dream in Risky Business, and then they reveal how they "always" envisioned their music from their band SURVIVE as part of a "scene." Plus, their use of a thumb piano (kalimba) and starting out on Stranger Things season 3. EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast
May 29, 2018
Robert and Kenny begin the show talking about the trailer for Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, and how much Robert once offered Led Zeppelin to use Stairway to Heaven in a Ridley Scott film.   Then Austin-based composing duo Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of Stranger Things join to talk musical inspirations from 311 and Portishead to Radiohead, and their band SURVIVE getting a random email from The Duffer Brothers back in 2014.   In The Inside Track, music psychologist Dr. Siu-Lan Tan explores the fascinating ways music changes our perception of New York City.   Then our guests talk about sneaking onto the Predator set, and their film composing careers as they start scoring Stranger Things 3. Then, a '80s Movies edition of Name That Score, where you — yes, you — can be a winner!   EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast   FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast   Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Copyright 2018 Score: The Podcast
May 22, 2018
This is a bonus episode and part of Score: The Podcast's extended conversation with Tina Guo. Tina talks about performing and recording for Wonder Woman with Hans Zimmer, and how her upbringing in Shanghai, China, helped to nurture her musical passion, and the “metal” sound she’s been able to bring to her otherwise traditional music. The full-length episode of Score: The Podcast with Tina Guo is available now. EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
May 22, 2018
Score: The Podcast welcomes Tina Guo, a virtuoso cellist who has played on more than 50 Hollywood film scores including Inception, Wonder Woman, Dunkirk, the Fast & Furious series, Sherlock Holmes, and many of the Marvel and DC films. She is also a featured artist on Hans Zimmer’s international concert tour, and current nominee for Female Artist of the Year by the 2018 Classic BRIT Awards, which celebrate the best of classical and crossover musicians for her recent solo album “Game On!”   Robert, Kenny and Matt begin the show with an update on the new Leonard Bernstein biopic project Steven Spielberg has been secretly working on, and Bradley Cooper coming on to star and direct it, as well as the rival biopic on Bernstein recently announced starring Jake Gyllenhaal. Plus, we talk through why Leonard Bernstein’s life is such an interesting subject for biopics.   Then Tina Guo comes on to discuss how she connected with Hans Zimmer for the ‘Hans Zimmer Live” international tour, and how she financed her own music video which eventually led to a meeting with Hans and Guy Ritchie on Sherlock Holmes, and then composer John Debney for Iron Man 2.   In Behind the Score, composers Trevor Rabin, Lorne Balfe and Bear McCreary talks about one of LA’s unique landmarks: Billboards advertising films that aren’t finished yet. With tight schedules and heavy deadline pressure, the billboards literally loom over many composers in Hollywood.   Then, Tina plugs in her electric cello “White Walker” to talk about her album “Game On!” and play some recognizable video game themes in a Score: The Podcast musical first.   Lastly, Tina joins the guys to play Name That Score, where you — yes, you! — could be a winner! This week’s theme: Movies with Strong Female Leads.   EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast   FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast   Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
May 15, 2018
This is a bonus episode and part of Score: The Podcast's extended conversation with John Powell. John talks about his father's advice leading him to composing for film rather than becoming a instrumentalist, and Powell's own worries about his music on the films he works on, including the new Solo: A Star Wars Story (May 25).  The full-length episode of Score: The Podcast with John Powell is available now. EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
May 15, 2018
Score: The Podcast welcomes composer John Powell, Academy Award nominated composer of How To Train Your Dragon and How To Train Your Dragon 2, the Bourne franchise of films, Shrek, Antz, Happy Feet, Ice Age series, Rio, and the new Solo: A Star Wars Story (May 25).   Robert and Kenny begin the show talking about Deadmau5’s new comments about wanting to become a film composer and how often popular recording artists can cross over successfully. Robert gives examples of artists who’ve broken out into film music success immediately, including Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, Junkie XL (Tom Holkenborg), Daft Punk and Joseph Trapanese and others.   Then John Powell enters the studio to talk about his new score for Solo: A Star Wars Story and working alongside John Williams. Plus, the groove of the Bourne series and why Powell says he thanks “Matt Damon’s backside” for making the music work.   A new episode of The Inside Track with Music Psychologist Dr. Siu-Lan Tan explores the musical foundation of film scores and how rhythms of twos and threes are the building blocks for great music.   Then John and the guys talk about How To Train Your Dragon and sitting next to Hans Zimmer when Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’ The Social Network beat him for the Academy Award. Plus, his approach for getting multiple cues “spinning” until the last minute on an animated film where things can change until the very end, and his work with Blue Man Group and Rio.   Lastly, John and the guys play an animated film score edition of Name That Score, where you — yes, you! — could be a winner! Plus, John teases the unique sound of vuvuzelas he recorded for Solo: A Star Wars Story.   EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast   FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast   Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
May 8, 2018
This is a bonus episode and an extra segment from Score: The Podcast's extended conversation with Mark Mothersbaugh.   Mark talks about working with Wes Anderson and navigating the specific artistic visions of an auteur director, including his rule: “no brass!”   The full-length episode of Score: The Podcast with Mark Mothersbaugh is also available now. EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
May 8, 2018
Score: The Podcast welcomes Mark Mothersbaugh, frontman of Devo and composer extraordinaire from Wes Anderson films, Rugrats, The Lego Movie, Thor: Ragnarok, Pee-Wee's Playhouse, Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs, The Royal Tenanbaums, 21 Jump Street, Hotel Transylvania, and video games including Crash Bandicoot, Jak & Daxter and The Sims 2.   Robert, Kenny and Matt begin the show talking about the theme song Robert Kraft composed for “Who’s the Boss?” And some of their favorite memorable television show themes.   Then Mark Mothersbaugh joins the show to talk about his start composing music, after working with Devo, with Paul Ruebens and Pee Wee Herman, and his work with Taika Waititi on Thor: Ragnarok to evolve the “Marvel” sound.   In this week’s Behind the Score, composers discuss the temp score and how it impacts the creation and execution of music, and when it does (and doesn’t) work.   Then Mark returns to talk about the “post-ironic” era of superheroes and music, and how technology has changed the world’s listening habits and accessibility. Plus, The Simpsons’ parody of “Whip It” and how many parodies Mark’s heard of his hit Devo song and scoring The Lego Movie with a literal fader to switch between “orchestral” and “electronic.” Plus, Mark shares his many musical “orchestrion” inventions -- video available in our show notes below.   Lastly, Mark and the guys play a “animal movies”-themed edition of Name That Score, where you — yes, you! — could be a winner! Plus, a final question with the great Mark Mothersbaugh!   EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast   FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast   Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
May 1, 2018
This is a bonus episode and an extra segment from Score: The Podcast's extended conversation with Tyler Bates.   Tyler talks about his score for Watchmen and how he tries to tie in the visuals that are constantly changing. Plus, Tyler talks about the new soundtrack for Dark Nights: Metal.   The full-length episode of Score: The Podcast with Tyler Bates is also available now. EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
May 1, 2018
Score: The Podcast welcomes Tyler Bates, composer of films including Guardians of The Galaxy, John Wick, Watchmen, 300, Dawn of the Dead, Slither, Super, Atomic Blonde and the upcoming Deadpool 2 (May 18).   Robert, Kenny and Matt begin the show talking about who might be the next composers of James Bond, and each make their picks for the composers they’d love to hear. Then they talk about how the Academy Awards are changing their format for Best Original Score and Best Original Song and how it will affect which scores win awards.   Tyler Bates enters the studio to talk about producing and performing with Marilyn Manson, living in a haunted cabin and being part of two exorcisms. (What?!) Plus how he uses his music to accommodate the modern trend of films having a soundtrack — including Guardians of the Galaxy and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.   A new episode of The Inside Track with Music Psychologist Dr. Siu-Lan Tan explores the difference between music and noise, and how sound is incorporated into many modern scores with intense, dramatic results that often elevate a film.   Then Tyler talks about scoring striking visuals in the films of Zack Snyder and the upcoming Deadpool 2 releasing May 18.   Lastly, Tyler and the guys play a “space movie”-themed edition of Name That Score, where you — yes, you! — could be a winner!   EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast   FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast   Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
April 24, 2018
This is a bonus episode and part of Score: The Podcast's extended conversation with Steve Jablonsky. Steve talks about how his love for Zimmer's music led him to cold call Zimmer's studio to ask about an internship. Then, how hard work and sleepless nights opened the door to his working directly with then up-and-coming composer Harry Gregson-Williams, as well as his idol Hans Zimmer. The full-length episode of Score: The Podcast with Steve Jablonsky is also available now. EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
April 24, 2018
Score: The Podcast welcomes Steve Jablonsky, award-winning composer of Michael Bay films such as the Transformers film franchise, The Island and Pain & Gain; Peter Berg films such as Battleship, Lone Survivor and Deepwater Horizon; Keanu; Netflix's Game Over, Man; and the upcoming Dwayne Johnson summer blockbuster Skyscraper. He is also the composer of television shows such as Desperate Housewives and video games including Gears of War: Judgment, Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands, The Sims 3 and Transformers: The Game. Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing Ready Player One and how Alan Silvestri's score samples iconic music from the 1980s, true to the story's nostalgic subject matter. Silvestri is also scoring Avengers: Infinity War which releases this Friday. Robert shares a story about a mistake he made with Ennio Morricone and Warren Beatty while recording a score with a full orchestra in Rome.   Steve Jablonsky joins to talk about his work with Michael Bay on five Transformers films, The Island and Pain & Gain — and how Bay communicates his elaborate visual style and explosions, sometimes before the special effects even exist.    In Behind the Score, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross discuss how David Fincher led to a thriving career scoring films after being in the recording and live performance industry with Nine Inch Nails.   Then Steve talks about the first cue with his name on it — "The Jablonsky Variations" from Tears of the Sun — and how Hans realized then Steve was destined to become a great film composer in his own right. And how films "based on a true story" or with real-life characters mean his music has to find the different kind of balance.   Lastly, Steve and the guys play a sports movie edition of the game “Name That Score,” where you — yes, you — can be a winner! Plus a story about Steve's first meeting with the great John Williams. EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
April 17, 2018
Score: The Podcast welcomes Ramin Djawadi, award-winning composer of Game of Thrones, Westworld, Prison Break, Person of Interest, Amazon's upcoming Jack Ryan series, Iron Man, Pacific Rim and A Wrinkle In Time. Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing AmperMusic.com and the new "computer learned" composing tools Silicon Valley is funding, as well as the retro 80s-inspired soundtrack of Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One. Ramin talks about the boom of interest in film scores and specifically his international Game of Thrones tour and its many spectacles accompanying the orchestral performances. Kenny and Robert ask Ramin about whether he gets special access to top-secret storylines in Game of Thrones, and how he tips off audiences to what may or may not happen next through the type of music he uses in the show. Ramin talks about meeting Hans Zimmer and Klaus Badelt and their invitation to him to join Remote Control Productions in Santa Monica. Score: The Podcast debuts "The Inside Track," a new music psychology segment featuring Dr. Siu-Lan Tan, a leading researcher into the effects of film music on audiences. In this first edition, Dr. Tan examines the use of music to signal "the end" of a scene or of a film, and how a composer can create audience satisfaction with examples of The Matrix, Inception and more.  Then they jump into Westworld (returning Sunday, April 22) and discover how his musical expertise informs other creative aspects of the show, including the opening theme and the player piano. Lastly, Ramin joins the guys to play a Hans Zimmer-themed edition of the game “Name That Score,” where you — yes, you — can be a winner! EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
April 10, 2018
Score: The Podcast welcomes Brian Tyler, award-winning composer of the Fast and Furious and Marvel films, Now You See Me, and the upcoming film Crazy Rich Asians, plus television shows like Hawaii Five-0 and Scorpion and video game franchises Call of Duty, Assassin's Creed Black Flag and Need For Speed. Brian shares a story about first meeting Robert at Fox and it leading to his film career.   Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing how Marvel and Black Panther films are evolving the sound of Disney, and talk about "Hans Zimmer Live" documentary now on Netflix.   In "Behind the Score," Rachel Portman talks about her path in an industry made up of mostly men. The first female Oscar-winning composer talks about how determination helped her through musical training at an all-boys school in London. Finally, the team and Brian play a "robots and AI" themed edition of the game "Name That Score," where you — yes, you — can be a winner!   EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media
April 5, 2018
Score: The Podcast welcomes James Newton Howard, Oscar-nominated and Grammy Award-winning composer of films including Pretty Woman, The Fugitive, The Sixth Sense, Treasure Planet, Signs, The Village, King Kong, Blood Diamond, Michael Clayton, Defiance, Batman Begins & The Dark Knight, The Hunger Games series, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and most recently Red Sparrow. Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing the score-only release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which is a major indicator that audiences are expressing more interest than ever in the music of entertainment. Robert and Kenny discuss how the music of "Atlanta" and "The Chi" are evolving hip hop in music. James Newton Howard talks about working with M. Night Shyamalan on "Signs," Hans Zimmer on Batman Begins and The Dark Knight and scoring Peter Jackson's King Kong via video conference in four and a half weeks. In "Behind the Score," Hans Zimmer talks about the importance of capturing the first few frames of a movie to set its musical tone. Lastly, the guys play a Danny Elfman-themed edition of the game "Name That Score," where you — yes, you — can be a winner!   EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media.
April 4, 2018
Score: The Podcast welcomes Harry Gregson-Williams, award-winning composer of epic films including The Martian, Chronicles of Narnia, The Town, Shrek, Prometheus, Kingdom of Heaven, Man On Fire, The Rock, Antz and Enemy of the State. Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing John Williams' donation of his entire sketchbook and score library to the Juilliard School of Music, and Steven Spielberg's rumored plans to direct a biopic about the great composer Leonard Bernstein. In "Behind the Score," Randy Newman, David Newman and Quincy Jones reflect on the birth of modern film scoring and the contributions made by the incomparable composer Alfred Newman, and the team and Harry play a superhero-themed edition of the game "Name That Score," where you — yes, you — can be a winner!   EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media.
April 3, 2018
Score: The Podcast welcomes John Debney, Oscar-nominated composer of films such as The Passion of The Christ, Elf, Liar Liar, Iron Man 2, The Jungle Book, The Greatest Showman and dozens more over the past three decades.   Robert and Kenny begin the show with conversation about the music from Stranger Things and figure skater Tonya Harding’s original “Triple Axel” performance to Danny Elfman’s Batman.   Then, James Cameron takes us into the music of James Horner in “Behind the Score,” and the team and John Debney play the first edition of the game "Name That Score," where you — yes, you — can be a winner!   EPISODE NOTES, PICTURES & VIDEOS: https://www.score-movie.com/podcast FOLLOW @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Executive Producer: Matt Schrader. Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media.
March 28, 2018
This is a sneak preview of one of the new segments in Score: The Podcast called Name That Score — where you — yes, you — can be a winner! Follow @ScoreThePodcast http://twitter.com/ScoreThePodcast  First episodes coming April 3.
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