SCORE: A Film Music Documentary$11.50
SCORE: A Film Music Documentary – (dir. Matt Schrader)
West Mall 7 Theatres – Doors Open 6:00pm – Film Begins 6:30pm
TRT: 93 min
Rating: Not Rated (Similar to PG13 – Scenes from Psycho, Language)
Ticket includes state, city, and entertainment tax, and processing fees. Tickets are $13.50 at the door.
Film Summary: Not all primers on the history of film making are as fascinating, fun and well paced as this one. SCORE: A Film Music Documentary takes you behind the scenes to visit film-scoring sessions in London and New York, sessions that are usually off-limits to camera crews. You’ll see the excitement of participating composers, conductors and musicians while feeling like you paging through a scrapbook of your own film memories. Riveting, fascinating, entertaining, and informative – this is a documentary for everyone who has ever loved movies. Special Guest: Maestro Delta David Gier, South Dakota Symphony.
Featuring composers and music from PSYCHO, VERTIGO, the BOND films, AN AMERICAN BEAUTY, THE SOCIAL NETWORK, GLADIATOR, DARK KNIGHT TRILOGY, and of course the great John Williams, whose work is part of the soundtrack of our lives with JAWS, STAR WARS, SUPERMAN, E.T., JURASSIC PARK, INDIANA JONES and HARRY POTTER.
What the critics are saying:
I would recommend Score: A Film Music Documentary to any and every film buff!
– Leonard Maltin (Link)
It’s a well researched, solidly constructed, star-studded look into a film community that has been vital since the days of silent pictures. Highly recommended.
– Colin Covert – Minneapolis Tribune
“Score: A Film Music Documentary” spotlights such a rich and fascinating topic – the craft of motion picture scoring – that its mere presence proves a feast for the eyes and ears.
– Los Angeles Times
Score: A Film Music Documentary is a celebration of the artists who create the musical heartbeat of the movies we love.
– Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times (Link)
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