Score to Screen with Ilan Eshkeri (Ghost of Tsushima, A Perfect Planet)
Ilan Eshkeri is the featured guest on this Score to Screen podcast. The award-winning composer highlights the importance of narrative and story when it comes to crafting score music. Eshkeri provides an in depth look at his soundtrack to the documentary series, A Perfect Planet as well as the admired video game, Ghost of Tsushima.
Score to Screen with Ludvig Forssell (Death Stranding Score)
Ludvig Forssell recalls his efforts experimenting with everyday household objects to create alien-like sounds which became the backbone of the eerie score for Death Stranding.
Score to Screen with Richard Reed Parry (The Nest)
Composer Richard Reed Parry explains how his intuitive response to watching the entirety of The Nest without music inspired how he devised the acoustic score for the film.
Score to Screen with Keegan DeWitt (All the Bright Places)
Composer Keegan DeWitt reveals to us what it was like crafting the sweeping score to All the Bright Places, working alongside director Brett Haley, and recording at Capitol Studios.
Score to Screen with Lele Marchitelli (The New Pope)
Composer Lele Marchitelli recalls scoring certain scenes from The New Pope while working alongside series creator and director Paolo Sorrentino. Marchitelli delves into specific moments from the series and explains the creation process of each track.
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.