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Ring one up for Shore! -  March 24, 2002

Congratulations to Howard Shore for coming away with the Oscar for his score to Lord of the Rings:  The Fellowship of the Ring!  Also, congrats to Randy Newman for best original song for Monsters, Inc. after 16 nominations without a win!

Click here to see all the Oscar Winners!


You Got It -  March 24, 2002

You thought and LOTR would win...and it did!  Check the final poll results.  Also, don't forget vote in our latest poll above!

Check out the final tally here 
 


New Film Music Mag -  March 23, 2002

Fledgling publication, Reel Music Magazine is now taking online subscriptions.  Reel Music Magazine features composer and musician interviews, soundtrack reviews, and its FREE!

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Panic Room Artwork and Info - March 23, 2002

Panic Room by Howard Shore

Panic Room

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Music composed by Howard Shore


A recently divorced woman and her young daughter move into an Upper West Side brownstone. Meg and Sarah shortly find that rumors of a hidden treasure may be more true than anyone thought, when three burglars invade their home in search of the repository.

Soon the only thing keeping the burglars away from the money and the captives is the "panic room" - a vault-like refuge stocked with supplies and a closed-circuit TV system. How long can Meg protect herself, her daughter and her home from the intruders before things start to fall apart?

This heart-stopping thriller is generating the kind of buzz that spells blockbuster. With Jodie Foster (Contact, Anna and the King, The Accused) in the lead, director David Fincher (Seven) behind the camera and composer Howard Shore (The Lord of the Rings) cranking the tension to maximum impact, it's no wonder the film is being featured on the cover of every movie magazine from Premiere to Movieline and Entertainment Weekly.

Scheduled release date: April 16, 2002

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The Time Machine Artwork and Info - March 5, 2002

The Time Machine by Klaus Badelt

The Time Machine

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Music composed by KLAUS BADELT


Based on the classic science fiction novel by H.G. Wells, The Time Machine stars Guy Pearce (Memento, L.A. Confidential) in the role of Alexander Hartdegen. Scientist and inventor Alexander Hartdegen is determined to prove that time travel is possible. His determination is turned to desperation by a personal tragedy that now drives him to want to change the past. Testing his theories with a time machine of his own invention, Hartdegen is hurtled 800,000 years into the future, where he discovers that mankind has divided into the
hunter...and the hunted.

A co-production of DreamWorks Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures, The Time Machine marks the live-action directorial debut of Simon Wells (the great grandson of H.G. himself!), who previously co-directed DreamWorks' animated hit The Prince of Egypt. Wells directed The Time Machine from a screenplay by John Logan (Gladiator). Composer KLAUS BADELT (Hannibal, The Pledge) has composed
the epic and sweeping symphonic score for The Time Machine.

The film will open nationwide on over 3000 screens on March 8.  The soundtrack is scheduled for release on March 26, 2002.

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Having a Ball! March 4, 2002

Tracksounds' latest composer conversation is with Thad Spencer of Asche & Spencer.  He speaks about their first feature film score, Monster's Ball and their unique approach to film scoring.

Click here to read the full interview

 


 

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