Musical Globe

SCORE: A Film Music Documentary

Matt Schrader
Screening time  
01.03. / Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 Theatre 1  
Take a peek at how composers developed some of the most iconic scores in history.

From the dun-nun of Jaws and the triumphant trumpets of Rocky, to the harrowing strings of Psycho and the slow build of Star Wars – there is an undeniable art and power to the film score that lingers long after the credits roll. For decades now, film composers have been responsible for some of the greatest music being produced. The virtuosos of our time are scoring some of the largest scale productions in Hollywood, be it Hans Zimmer, Danny Elfman, Trent Reznor or Alexandre Desplat – all of whom appear on screen here, discuss their craft, the intangible qualities of the form and the role it plays in elevating films into something embedded in our consciousness.

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Matt Schrader

Matt Schrader is a three-time Emmy Award-winning news producer and documentary filmmaker, and a graduate of the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts. His storytelling for CBS and NBC have changed lives and laws and returned millions of dollars to consumers and communities.

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SCORE: A Film Music Documentary

USA
2016, 93'

Directed by:
Matt Schrader

Screenplay by:
Matt Schrader

Cinematography:
Kenny Holmes, Nate Gold

Edited by:
Matt Schrader, Kenny Holmes

Music:
Ryan Taubert

Producers:
Robert Kraft, Trevor Thompson, Kenny Holmes, Nate Gold, Jonathan Willbanks

Produced by:
Epicleff Media

Festivals & Awards:

Boulder International Film Festival 2017- BIFF Award for Best New Filmmaker; Cleveland International Film Festival - Best Film in Music Movies Competition; Gasparilla International Film Festival - Audience Award; Nashville Film Festival - Honorable Mention; Newport Beach Film Festival - Outstanding Achievement in Filmmaking; Sedona International Film Festival - Excellence in Filmmaking; Tacoma Film Festival-Audience Choice