Features film reviews, interviews and music composed or featured in film and other screen media

12th June

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  • Bernard Herrmann: Citizen Kane overture
  • Marco Beltrami: Family Ties, A Quiet Place Part 2
  • Peter Gabriel: Ngankarrparni, Rabbit-Proof Fence
  • Ryuichi Sakamoto: Minamata main theme
  • Federico Jusid: Rodrigo, Heroic Losers
  • Benjamin Woodgates: Let Him Run, Dream Horse
  • Johann Strauss II: Vienna Blood Waltz, Philadelphia Orchestra, con: Eugene Ormandy
  • Eric Demarsan: Mattei et Santi, Le Circle Rouge
  • Natalie Holt: Loki theme

  • 5th June

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  • Ludovico Einaudi: The Water Diviner
  • Thomas Newman: Waltz for Alice, Let Them All Talk
  • Sacha and Evgueni Galperine: Daniel, Corpus Christi
  • Francis Seyrig: La Valse de Marienbad, Last Year at Marienbad
  • Franz Waxman: Sunset Boulevard suite
  • Tomaso Albinoni: Adagio in G Minor, Capella Istropolitana, con: RIchard Edlinger
  • Emile Mosseri: Love Theme, Kajillionaire
  • Franz Waxman: A Place in the Sun

  • 29th May

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  • Fumio Hayasaka: Rashomon
  • Nicolas Bedos & Anne-Sophie Versnaeyen: Generique de Fin, La Belle Epoque
  • Tom Holkenborg: Flash's THeme (At the Speed of Force), Zach Snyder's Justice League
  • Howard Shore: The Song of Names for Violin and Cantor, The Song of Names
  • Nicholas Britell: I'm Cruella, Cruella
  • Abdullah Ibrahim: African Market, Chocolat
  • Dario Marinelli: Lies Have Long Noses, Pinocchio
  • Max Steiner: Of Human Bondage soundtrack suite

  • 22nd May

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  • Maurice Jarre: Titoli, The Damned
  • Dave Crusin: Heaven Can Wait theme music
  • Max Bruch: Violin Concerto in G Minor, Adagio. Philharmonia Orchestra, con: Walter Susskind, violin: Yehudi Menuhin
  • Eric Demarsan: Army of Shadows
  • Alejandro Amenabar: The Others
  • Carter Burwell: Hail Caesar!
  • Jonny Greenwood: Phantom Thread 1, Phantom Thread
  • Angelo Badalamenti: Dark Spanish Symphony, Wild at Heart

  • 15th May

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  • Daniele Paris: Sonata, The Night Porter
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Requiem in D Minor, Lacrimosa Dies Illa, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Choir, con: Robert Shaw
  • Maurice Jarre: Keating's Triumph, Dead Poets Society
  • Brian Tyler: Those Who Wish Me Dead main theme
  • Nicholas Britell: Caesar's Theme (Foundation Track) The Under Ground Railroad
  • Takanobu Saito: Tokyo Story
  • John Morris: The Elephant Man
  • Alan Menken and Howard Ashman: Beauty and the Beast, vocals: Angela Lansbury
  • Carter Burwell: Barton Fink
  • Paul Giovanni: The Wicker Man

  • 8th May

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  • John Dankworth: All Gone, Vocals: Cleo Laine
  • Romaine Trouillet: Retrouvailles: De Gaulle
  • Dick Hayman: Musetta's Waltz, Moonstruck
  • Christopher Gordon: Searching for the Past, June Again
  • Jerry Goldsmith: Alien
  • Luis Enriquez Bacalov: Panna e Mirtilli, City of Women
  • Jocelyn Pook: Masked Ball, Eyes Wide Shut
  • Carter Burwell: True Grit
  • Alexandre Desplat: Canto at Gabelmeister's Peak, Grand Budapest Hotel

  • 1st May

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  • Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart: Isn't It Romantic, vocals: Ella Fitzgerald
  • William Tyler: A Closing, First Cow
  • Ben Sollee and Time For Free: Over the Pines, Land
  • Alfredo Catalani: ebben? ne andro lontana, La Wally, sop: Wilhemenia Wiggins Fernandez
  • Nino Rota: Orchestra Rehearsal Suite
  • Michael Kamen: Training Macleod, Highlander
  • Max Richter: Dream 13, Sleep

  • 24th April

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  • Hugo Friedhofer: Ace in the Hole prelude
  • Abel Meeropol: Strange Fruit, Andra Day, Unied States vs Billie Holiday
  • Adam Peters: The Dissident
  • Terrence Blanchard: Da 5 Bloods end credit music
  • James Newton Howard: News of the World end credit music
  • Carlos Jara: The Silent War
  • Emile Mosseri: Minari suite
  • Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross: Epiphany, Soul
  • Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross: Mank suite

  • 17th April

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  • Miklos Rosza: The Private Life of Sherlock Holnes suite
  • Keaton Henson: Supernova
  • Maurice Jarre: Lawrence of Arabia overture
  • Nino Rota: Amarcord
  • Joseph Kosma: La Grande Illusion
  • Marco Beltrami: LLove and Monsters prologue
  • Howard Shore: The Fly finale
  • Danny Elfman: To Die For
  • Alan Silvestri: The Abyss
  • Clint Mansell: The Yellow House, Loving Vincent

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