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

18th September

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  • Scott Walker: The Childhood of a Leader Overture
  • Tsinstkaro (traditional) vocals: Hamlet Gonashvili
  • Para One: Portrait of a Lady on Fire
  • Justin Hurwitz: First Landing, First Man
  • Dustin O'Halloran and Haushka: Arrival, Lion
  • Hildur Gudnadottir: Bathroom Dance, Joker
  • Jean-Michel Blais: Le Lac, Matthias & Maxime
  • Jonny Greenwood: House of Woodcock, Phantom Thread
  • Johann Johannsson: The Navigators, Last and First Men
  • Arash Safaian: Lara, paino: Alice Sara Ott, Deutches Kammerorchester Berlin, con: Samy Moussa
  • Mica Levi: The End, Jackie

  • 11th September

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  • Alberto Iglesias: All About My Mother
  • Paul Misraki: Le Doulos
  • Hans Zimmer: Solomon, 12 Years A Slave
  • Michel Legrand: I Will Wait For You, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
  • Mikis Theodorakis: Zorba's Dance, Zorba the Greek
  • Dario Marienelli: The Living Sculptures of Pemberley, Pride and Prejudice, piano: Jean-Yves Thibaudet
  • Byun Yo Han: Muiiya, Six Flying Dragons
  • Arvo Part: Spiegel In Spiegel, piano: Tamara Anna Cislowska Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
  • John Murphy: Ratcatcher's Story, The Suicide Squad
  • Nikolaj Egelund: The Hunt
  • Antonin Dvorak: O Silver Moon, Rusalka, soprano: Renee Fleming The London Symphony Orchestra, conductor: Georg Solti
  • Adolph Deutsch: The Apartment

  • 4th September

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  • Ennio Morricone: La Ragioni del Silenzio, Rules Don't Apply
  • Leighton Lucas: Prelude and Dam Bust, The Dam Busters
  • Maurice Jarre: The Year of Living Dangerously, BBC Concert Orchestra, con. Maurice Jarre
  • Jim Williams: Possessor
  • Alberto Iglesias: Epilogue, Julieta
  • Foltin: Melice
  • Ludovico Einaudi: The Father
  • Romain Trouillet: Retrouvailles, De Gaulle
  • Brian Eno: Prophecy Theme, Dune

  • 28th August

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  • Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II: Overture and Preludium, The Sound of Music
  • Isobel Waller Bridge: Emma suite
  • Irving Berlin: Easter Parade, Sarah Vaughan and Billy Eckstine
  • Dan the Automator: Amy Molly Fight, Booksmart
  • William Ross: Tuck Everlasting
  • Ludwig Van Beethoven: Violin Sonata no. 5 in F Major, 'Spring', Rondo, violin: Itzhak Perlman piano: Vladimir Ashkenazy
  • Dario Marinelli: The Garden, The Secret Garden
  • Takanobu Saito: Early Spring
  • Hans Zimmer: A League of Their Own
  • Robert Farnon: The Moment I Saw You, Spring In Park Lane
  • Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II: It Might As Well Be Spring, State Fair, vocals: Louane Hogan
  • Richard Rodney Bennett: Enchanted April suite

  • 21st August

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  • Lorne Balfe: From the Shadows, Black Widow
  • Ryuichi Sakamoto: High Heels
  • Michael Abels: Allen v Farrow
  • Joe Hisaishi: Da-Ma-Shi_E, Spirited Awat
  • Alexandre Desplat: Kursk
  • Pierre Adenot: Beauty and the Beast
  • James Newton Howard: Shootout, Nightcrawler
  • Ingo Ludwig Frenzel: The Physician suite
  • Nick Cave and Warren Ellis: Far From Men 2
  • Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley: Pure Imagination, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
  • Carlos Rafael Rivera: The Queen's Gambit

  • 14th August

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  • Olivier Alamy: Red Moon, Night of the Kings
  • Matteo Zingales & Antony Partos: Resurrection, Fahrenheit 451
  • Jeppe Kaas: Final Battle, Shamer's Daughter
  • Charlie Chaplain: Terry's Theme, Limelight
  • Andre Matthias: Gaza Mon Amour
  • Alberto Iglesias: March, Che
  • Keaton Henson: Supernova
  • Franz Schubert: Gute Nact, Die Winterreise, ten: Chrstoph Pregarien, piano: Andreas Staier
  • Philip Glass: Leviathan

  • 7th August

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  • Alex Lacamoire: Overture, Vivo
  • George Gershwin: The Man I Love, The Billy Tipton Trio
  • Gustav Mahler: Symphony no. 5, Adagietto, Berlin Philharmonic, con: Herbert von Karajan
  • Ramin Kousha, The Warden
  • Julia Holter: Stealing Money, Never Rarely Sometimes Always
  • Alejandro Amenabar: Espana, While at War
  • Bertrand Bergalat: Appearances
  • Ivan Sen: Dreaming Awake, Goldstone
  • Fumio Hayasaka: Drunken Angel

  • 31st July

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  • John Williams: Welcome to Jurassic Park
  • Trevor Gureckis: Looking Back, Old
  • Antonio Pinto: 10,327 Days, Nine Days
  • Mica Levi, Love, Under the Skin
  • Martin Todsharow: Storm Shadow Arises, Snake Eyes
  • Richard Bennett and Muir Mathieson: Indiscreet
  • James Newton Howard: Jungle Cruise suite
  • Franz Waxman: Rebecca suite
  • Michel Colombier: Dirty Money, Un Flic
  • Carter Burwell: Dick on a Cae, The Big Lebowski
  • Alexandre Desplat: L'hopital, Rust and Bone

  • 24th July

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