Score to Screen with Steven Price (Archive)
Composer Steven Price recalls his first moments scoring Archive alongside director Gavin Rothery and explains how he used different synth and sliding guitar sounds to capture the presence of artificial intelligence.
Score to Screen with Rachel Portman (Chocolat)
Composer Rachel Portman opens up about how she crafted the woodwind heavy score for Chocolat that features melodies inspired by French villages and the indulgence of chocolate.
Score to Screen with Trevor Morris (Vikings)
Trevor Morris shares his experience composing The Final Season of the Vikings, detailing how the action-packed score vividly captures the dark and dramatic world portrayed throughout the series.
Score to Screen with Alexandre Desplat (Little Women)
Award-winning composer Alexandre Desplat reflects on how he crafted the modern score for Little Women by drawing on personal memories with his sisters, utilizing two pianists and four hands to represent the women in the film, and recording in New York City with various esteemed musicians.
Score to Screen with Daniel Pemberton (Enola Holmes)
Composer Daniel Pemberton provides a glimpse into how he crafted the sweeping, melodic score for Enola Holmes by integrating themes based off the playfulness of characters and their exciting adventures.
Score to Screen with Jung Jaeil (Parasite)
Parasite composer Jung Jaeil tells of his experiences working alongside director Bong Joon-ho and crafting the minimalist, piano-driven original score for the Academy Award-winning film.