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2005

Saturday Soundtrack

Any decade has its own great film music scores: In the 60s such scores as Psycho, The Magnificent Seven or Planet of the Apes were groundbreaking pieces of music; in the 70s Star Wars brought back the big symphonic style of Hollywood´s Golden Age and Chinatown showed us, that a great composer can write a […]

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2004

Saturday Soundtrack

He was a giant in the field of film music. For over five decades, Jerry Goldsmith ranked among the most influential and prolific composers. A highly-regarded one. He was nominated for 18 Academy Awards, won the trophy in 1977 for his score for Richard Donner´s horror movie The Omen (1976). His first score for a […]

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From Aerial Vortices – Ani Schulze at CEAAC Strasbourg

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On view at the CEAAC Strasbourg, the film installation „From Aerial Vortices“ by Frankfurt based artists Ani Schulze, opens up a space free of gravity and leads into an utopian imagination of a timeless society, which perform an endless act of destruction and reconstruction. It takes the viewer on a vertiginous journey into an ocean […]

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2002

Saturday Soundtrack

Elmer Bernstein (1922 – 2004) was one of the best composers in the business. He first grabbed movie-goer´s ears with his phenomenal, all-jazz score for The Man with the Golden Arm, which earned him the first of 13 Academy Award nominations. He became more famous for his western scores: his score for The Magnificent Seven […]

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2000

Saturday Soundtrack

In the 1990s David Arnold scored a lot of films directed by Roland Emmerich. Stargate, Independence Day and Godzilla – all of the Emmerich blockbuster movies had great scores by composer David Arnold. In 2000, the director changed the composer: for his historic drama film The Patriot, Emmerich engaged John Williams after David Arnold´s first […]

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1999

Saturday Soundtrack

The year 1999 was a very strong year for film music. John Corigliano won the award for Best Original Score at the Academy Award ceremony in 2000 for his 1999-score for The Red Violin, but his music didn´t become the most famous work of the year. A lot of other musical compositions for film received […]

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Dropbear animates Opiuo`s single Quack Fat

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For the new music video for „Quack Fat“ by Opiuo the australian animation studio Dropbear had to source more than 2o0 casette tapes and 100 floppy disks. In the video to the track, which is taken from the DJ`s 2014 album „Mereki“  recreates early video games, such as Tetri`s, Megaball or Space Invader, animated through […]

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