INTERVIEW: Composer Jeff Russo Discusses Making Music And HBO Film OSLO

Oslo is an HBO Original film based on the Tony Award-winning play that’s coming soon from director Bartlett Sher about the back-channel negotiations during the 90s Oslo Peace Accords. Emmy Award-winning composer Jeff Russo creates the sonic soundscapes for the political narrative.

INTERVIEW: Composer Christopher Thomas On Creating Musical Punches For HAYMAKER

Haymaker’s a 2021 film from writer, director, and star Nick Sasso about a former MMA star trying to reinvent himself after his life in the ring comes to an end. Composer Christopher Thomas fills the film with sonic jabs and uppercuts that push the narrative to greater heights.

INTERVIEW: Music Supervisor Alexandra Eckhardt Discusses The Music For PASSING

Passing from first-time director Rebecca Hall stars Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga in a period drama that wraps its story in a loving musical embrace thanks, in part, to music supervisor Alexandra Eckhardt.

INTERVIEW: Director Shaun Paul Piccinio & Cinematographer Brad Rushing Discuss California Christmas

California Christmas is a heartwarming film starring Lauren Swickard and real-life hubby Josh Swickard as a pair of opposites coming together to find laughs and love.

INTERVIEW: Filmmaker Celia Jaspers Hunts Houses And Spreads Compassion

Milk is a heartwarming short film directed by Celia Jaspers, who’s been involved with filmmaking for nearly three decades, including House Hunters International, where she travels the world to makes real estate look great.

INTERVIEW: Composer Giosuè Greco Scored Award-Winning Short Film Period. End of Sentence.

Period. End Of Sentence is a 2019 Oscar-winning documentary short film about a quiet sexual revolution happening within India, and composer Giosuè Greco crafted a compelling score.

INTERVIEW: Producers Niko Vitacco, Tamir Gedalia, and William Dale Discuss The Elephant In The Room On Amazon

The Elephant In The Room is a film on Amazon Prime directed by Allen Freeman and starring Niko Vitacco as a nurse with an unusual way of treating patients based on true stories of the world of palliative care.

INTERVIEW: Cinematographer Carissa Dorson Discusses DARKNESS IN TENEMENT 45

Quarantine tensions rise in the horror film Darkness In Tenement 45, starring Nicole Tompkins as a teenage girl battling inner demons while living with her aunt during a biological scare. Cinematographer Carissa Dorson (Funny or Die) used her lens to amplify a dreadful sense of isolation.

INTERVIEW: Composer Alan Lazar Takes The Princess Switch: Switched Again To The Next Level For Netflix

The Princess Switch: Switched Again is a sequel to the hit holiday film on Netflix starring Vanessa Hudgens as both a baker from Chicago and a duchess from a fictional European city in a Parent Trap-Esque romantic comedy.

INTERVIEW: Composer Roman Molino Dunn Creates Beautiful Sonic Chaos For The Film HURACÁN

Huracán is a psychological thriller written, directed, and starring Cassius Corrigan as a mixed martial artist battling opponents in the ring and within. Composer Roman Molino Dunn made his mix of sounds that enrich the experience of the acclaimed film.

The Prom | Official Teaser Trailer | Netflix

Dee Dee Allen (three-time Academy Award winner Meryl Streep) and Barry Glickman (Tony Award winnerJames Corden) are New York City stage stars with a crisis on their hands: their expensive new Broadway show is a major flop that has suddenly flatlined their careers. Meanwhile, in small-town Indiana, high school student Emma Nolan (newcomer Jo Ellen…

American Selfie: One Nation Shoots Itself (2020) Official Trailer | SHOWTIME Documentary Film

Acclaimed filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi captures a snapshot of The United States of America as the country faces a pandemic, a presidential election and a costly financial collapse. Watch the premiere on Friday, October 23 at 9/8c on SHOWTIME. #SHODocs #AmericanSelfie Subscribe to the SHOWTIME YouTube channel: http://goo.gl/esCMib Don’t have SHOWTIME? Order now: https://s.sho.com/1HbTNpQ Get SHOWTIME…