Welcome friends to episode 36 of Sideshow & Tell, your weekly film music news brought to you by Ian Crabb! In this week’s newscast, Ian discusses the latest film music releases including first, on vinyl, By the Sea by Gabriel Yared, and a 2-disc limited edition of Forrest Gump by Alan Silvestri, from Music On Vinyl, The Little Prince by Hans Zimmer and Richard Harvey, from WaterTower Music, Zoolander Number 2 by Theodore Shapiro, from Lakeshore Records, and finally, the 1952 Ivanhoe by Miklos Rosza, from Soundtrack Factory. Ian also brings us the news that friend of the show, the amazing composer Heather McIntosh is going to be scoring the upcoming indie drama, ‘Rainbow Time’, and this week’s SAT ends as always, with Ian’s pick of the week from a record label we all know and love, Varèse Sarabande!
Here is the second and final part of our exclusive interview with the beyond glorious composer Heather McIntosh! Heather discusses her incredible recently released score to Z for Zachariah, developing a language with filmmaker Craig Zobel, working at a video store, watching horror movies, the very first film score she bought, listening to The Cure in high school, her favourite film composer, and her three favourite films of all time. This is not to be missed, enjoy the show!
In this week´s interview, boy do we have a treat in store for you! We have part 1 of an exclusive interview with composer Heather McIntosh! Heather discusses touring with Lil’ Wayne, collaborating with director Craig Zobel on Compliance and Z for Zachariah, making the Oscar shortlist, how visiting the set informs her writing, being a huge Joy Division fan, handling temp scores, manipulating and experimenting with sound, and developing her musical language.
In this week´s newscast, Ian discusses the latest film and television music releases including Z for Zachariah by Heather McIntosh from Varèse Sarabande, the digitally-released score to the documentary Ingrid Bergman – In Her Own Words by Michael Nyman, Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence by Ryuichi Sakamoto from Milan Records, and from Music On Vinyl, Furious 7 by Brian Tyler, The Cotton Club by John Barry and the 2015 remake Poltergeist by Marc Streitenfeld. Ian also brings us breaking news regarding the five-part BBC Series “London Spy”, which is to be scored by television composers David Holmes and Keefus Ciancia and the hiring of composer Tony Morales for Disney Television Animation´s upcoming series “Elena of Avalor”. Finally, the badass we all know and love, finishes this week´s news with his pick of the week from BSX Records!