Posts tagged Sundance Film Festival
Maggie Phillips

Illuminated and experimental music supervisor speaks on her trial by fire entry to the field after the success of The Duplass Brothers’ The Puffy Chair, her complex collaboration with Noah Hawley and Jeff Russo to manifest the psychedelic atmosphere of Legion, and how a sync from Fargo led to the expansion of a farm in Zambia.

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Diane Warren

Grammy, Emmy, and Golden Globe winning songwriting luminary and founder of Realsongs speaks on the powerful and timely message behind her 1960's inspired Oscar nominated song from Marshall, the tremendous response to her sexual assault survivor anthem with Lady Gaga, and the tenacity that has propelled her long-term success.

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Pedro Bromfman

Multi-award winning powerhouse composer and two time Cinema Brazil Grand Prizes nominee shares about honoring the rich tradition of Latin-American music in an electronic world, balancing the beauty and darkness for Narcos, and why he believes he was made for film scoring. 

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