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 Score A Film Music Documentary [DVD]:Ukcustomizer

Score A Film Music Documentary [DVD]:Ukcustomizer

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Mrs. J. Roberts
Mrs. J. Roberts Reply to on 26 June 2018
It was so interesting to see the real people behind the theme music. Obviously there were many omissions, but the comments were very varied, and as Hans Zimmer pointed out, if there was no theme music in films, then there would be less employment for orchestras. The technical equipment was so fascinating, and people expanded the boundaries of creating music. The themes we all recognise
Star Wars
American Beauty
were emphasised, and the creative input made so much difference to the mood and atmosphere of the film. I would have liked more examples, perhaps more music of the greats such as John Williams and John Barry. Many of the composers were unknown to me, but their music was just as exciting. I have always liked film music, and bought all the Classic FM At The Movies CDs years ago. I am sure that there is enough new films to produce another cd. Overall a very enjoyable DVD.
grimboj Reply to on 27 May 2018
An enjoyable journey through the process of producing a film score, waffles a bit but generally good.
ar64 Reply to on 27 May 2018
Great movie for anyone interested in film music at a professional or casual level.
Musicman Reply to on 24 May 2018
This is a fascinating insight into the business of score writing and the impact of music on a film.
Relish de Witt
Relish de Witt Reply to on 7 July 2018
It's too short, quite superficial and so rather pointless. There's little of value to be learnt here. Many of the classics are given a cursory glance, but it's mostly a waste of time and money.
Rick Adams
Rick Adams Reply to on 6 April 2018
An excellent documentary! I can't believe how many well-known composers they interviewed / filmed for this, it was amazing putting faces to their wonderful scores. I was also impressed at the amount of well known and famous scores they featured and showed high quality movie clips from (Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Harry Potter, Lord Of The Rings, E.T. to name but a few) it definitely surpassed my expectations (I didn't think it would have any due to rights etc). It was fascinating to see elements of what goes into creating scores from the development, recording, mixing process etc. I was in awe seeing the studios that some of my favourite movie scores were recorded in. If you love movie soundtracks like me you need to watch this documentary! Highly recommended 10/10!
DVD WATCHER Reply to on 18 May 2018
A fascinating insight into the art of the oft-unsung heroes of the movies - the musical score composers, without whom our films would be generally be lifeless and devoid of much of the crucial emotion.
Andrew Hammett
Andrew Hammett Reply to on 21 February 2018
I saw this recently in a Frankfurt cinema (it ran over a month, at the strange time of 12 midday, only at the weekend...) and loved it. I think any fan of film, and especially of the powerful effect that music can bring to film, will also enjoy this tremendously. We get to understand how film music is created, its short history, how it is produced and we get to see and hear great clips of some magic moments of music in film.
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