Scott Macaulay profiles Canadian indie heroes Broken Social Scene, the band who scored Focus Features’ It’s Kind of a Funny Story.
As part of Music Month, FilmInFocus talks to Focus Features executive Jennifer Towle about the processes behind the creation of movie soundtracks.
February is Music Month here at FocusFeatures.com, so settle in and enjoy a whole slew of articles on the sweet sound of the movies.
Movie sounds that score top marks.
FilmInFocus' Scott Macaulay profiles James Murphy, the composer of the Greenberg soundtrack and the musical brains behind buzz band LCD Soundsystem.
FilmInFocus presents the special musical playlists that writer-director Richard Curtis created for each of the DJs featured in Focus Features’ current release, Pirate Radio.
Nick Dawson sits down with Pirate Radio’s writer-director to discuss what he describes as his “first love.”
In the age of digital information, Mike Johnston discovers that low-fi pirate radio stations still have a place.
The Coen brothers’ regular composer, Carter Burwell, talks about writing the music for their new film, A Serious Man.
Renowned music writer Simon Reynolds takes a melodic journey through the soundtracks of five Jim Jarmusch movies, from Stranger Than Paradise through to The Limits of Control.
Jim Jarmusch’s choice of music and musicians is as poetic and precise as his cinematic allusions. Music writer Simon Reynolds shows us how to listen to Dead Man.
Jim Jarmusch’s choice of music and musicians is as poetic and precise as his cinematic allusions. Music writer Simon Reynolds shows us how to listen, this time considering Down by Law.
Jim Jarmusch’s choice of music and musicians is as poetic and precise as his cinematic allusions. Music writer Simon Reynolds shows us how to listen in the first of five pieces.
Scott Macaulay talks to Jim Jarmusch about the hypnotic musical elements in his new film, The Limits of Control.
Henry Selick’s 3D animated movie of Coraline is a hit, but there is another, very different Coraline adaptation coming soon, as Nick Dawson discovers.
The gay revolution that Milk launched in 70s San Francisco found its musical counterpoint in the Disco/Dance Scene happening in the clubs.