Composer Roundtable 6 Contenders on Film Music's Lack of Women, Working All-Nighters and How They'd Score the Election
Lesley Barber ('Manchester by the Sea'), Nicholas Britell ('Moonlight'), John Debney ('The Jungle Book'), Hauschka ('Lion'), Justin Hurwitz ('La La Land') and Hans Zimmer ('Hidden Figures') sat down for a discussion about their work process, the music that inspires them and why they never see their families (even working out of studios in their own homes!).
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Not sure exactly where to put this comment, and I know he's no longer with RCP, but considering his credit on Pirates of the Caribbean was so many of us' gateway drug into this wonderful, amazing world of music, I feel like this site simply must put some kind of focus on Klaus Badelt's new score to the film Ballerina. The title cue is honestly the best thing he's ever written outside of The Promise and "Godspeed" from The Time Machine. I don't know why he hasn't been using this incredible talent for such purposes all these years. It's jaw-droppingly beautiful.