Mostrando entradas con la etiqueta Lakeshore. Mostrar todas las entradas
Mostrando entradas con la etiqueta Lakeshore. Mostrar todas las entradas

Lakeshore & Invada editan en septiembre el último score de Jóhann Jóhannsson: "Mandy"

 Lakeshore Records in conjunction with Invada Records will release Jóhann Jóhannsson’s final work, his original score to the forthcoming film Mandy.  The film and soundtrack will be released seven months after his heartbreaking and untimely death in February.  Jóhannsson’s manager, Tim Husom, remembers Jóhann and how the project came about:  “My friend and client Jóhann Jóhannsson passed away on February 9, 2018. The last music he created before his death was the score to Mandy. We were working on it right up until the film was delivered to Sundance in early January, 2018.   Back in August of 2016 we received a call from Daniel Noah at SpectreVision about this crazy new horror film they were starting that starred Nicolas Cage, Andrea Riseborough, Linus Roach, and directed by Panos Cosmatos.  Jóhann had just finished his score for Denis Villeneuve’s film, Arrival, when the Mandy mood boards were sent over to us. They were unbelievably cool and scary. Our interest was hooked immediately.  Jóhann’s first email response to me about the project was ‘Seriously, his (Panos) Beyond The Black Rainbow film is a masterpiece! I love it. And the way he uses music.’ To Jóhann, the idea of working on Mandy with Panos and SpectreVision was bringing some much needed balance to his score career and a perfect next step.”
Lakeshore Records and Invada Records will release a single from the soundtrack, “Children of the New Dawn,” on July 13thdigitally with the full album Mandy—Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to follow on September 14th.  The film score was co-produced by Jóhannsson and Randall Dunn (produced Sunn O)))) and features Sunn O)))’s Stephen O’Malley on guitar.  The album was assembled posthumously in March 2018 with the help of co-producers Pepijn Caudron (Kreng) and Yair Glotman.  The film, directed by Panos Cosmatos (Beyond the Black Rainbow) and starring Nicolas Cage, will be released by RLJ Entertainment on September 14th.  The film was produced by SpectreVision, XYZ Films, and Umedia with support from Legion M.
Mandy is set in the primal wilderness of 1983 where Red Miller, a broken and haunted man hunts an unhinged religious sect who slaughtered the love of his life (IMDB).
In the liner notes Cosmatos states:  “Jóhann went above and beyond, and I suspect to the limits of his sanity, to make the music for this movie. His words and his actions made him more than a great collaborator, they made him like a brother to me. I’m sad our time together was so brief but I’m very proud of what he accomplished on Mandy and I believe he was too.”
The Jóhann Jóhannsson Foundation was created by his family and agent Kevin Korn in memory of Jóhannsson to foster and enhance appreciation, education and achievement in the areas of composition, music, and art around the world through educational outreach, a composer scholarship foundation, an annual composer gala event, and international festivals. 
About Jóhann Jóhannsson
Jóhann Jóhannsson, born in Iceland in 1969, is an award-winning composer, musician and producer. His work often blends electronics with classical orchestrations and bears the diverse influences of the Baroque, Minimalism, and drone-based and electro-acoustic music. In 2015 Jóhann won the Golden Globe and received Oscar®, BAFTA, Grammy® and Critics’ Choice nominations for his score to The Theory of Everything, James Marsh’s biographical drama based on the life of theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking. In 2016 Jóhann was again nominated for Oscar®, BAFTA and Critics’ Choice awards now for the best original score for director Denis Villeneuve’s thriller Sicario. 2016 also saw the release of Arrival, Villeneuve’s film on linguists deciphering alien signs made by extraterrestrial beings and yet again Johann was nominated to Golden Globe and BAFTA awards for his score to the film.
Jóhannsson began studying piano and trombone at the age of eleven in his native Reykjavík. He abandoned formal musical training while at high school and after studying literature and languages at university, he spent ten years writing music for and playing in indie rock bands, using guitars to compose feedback-drenched pieces and sculpt complex multi-layered soundscapes. By manipulating the resonances of acoustic instruments with digital processing, Jóhannsson created music that integrated acoustic and electronic sounds into something strikingly individual and new.
His first solo album, Englabörn, was released in 2002 on the British Touch label. Its contents reveal influences spanning everything from Erik Satie, Bernard Herrmann, Purcell and Moondog to electronic music issued by labels such as Mille Plateaux and Mego. Later works include Virðulegu Forsetar (2004), scored for brass ensemble, electronic drones and percussion, and the orchestral albums Fordlândia (2008) and IBM 1401 – A User’s Manual (2006), the latter inspired by the sounds of electromagnetic emissions from the first of IBM’s pioneering mainframe computers. In 2010 Jóhannsson collaborated with the American avant-garde filmmaker Bill Morrison on The Miners’ Hymns, a lyrical and reflective response to Britain’s lost industrial past and the heritage of the mining communities of Northeast England. The film’s accompanying score, conceived for live performance and also released as a soundtrack album, combines brass band, pipe organ and electronics. In 2015, Drone Mass, Jóhann’s piece for a string quartet, electronics and vocal ensemble was    premiered at the Met Museum in New York.
In addition to his scores for Hollywood, Jóhann has also created soundtracks for several acclaimed works of world cinema and for documentary films, including Lou Ye’s Mystery, János Szász’s The Notebook and Max Kestner’s Dreams in Copenhagen. In 2015 he completed his first short film as director, End of Summer, which charts a slow, hypnotic journey across the austere landscapes of the remote island of South Georgia and the Antarctic Peninsula, its onscreen images accompanied by a haunting soundtrack score. Johann premiered another quite ambitious directorial project at Manchester International Festival in 2017, Last and First Men, where a text based on Olaf Stapledon’s sci-fi novel and read by Tilda Swinton is juxtaposed with startling footage of futuristic monuments shot by Sturla Brandt Grövlen in in form Yugoslavia and Johannsson’s symphonic score .
As an orchestral, chamber and theatre composer, he has written works for, among others, the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Bang on a Can, Theatre of Voices, Det Norske Teater and the Icelandic National Theatre.
Jóhannsson made his Deutsche Grammophon debut with the release of his first studio album in six years, Orphée, in September 2016. Orphée is inspired by a range of readings of the Orpheus myth, draws on a varied sonic palette, both acoustic and electronic, to explore the boundaries between darkness and light. It contemplates impermanence, memory and the elusive nature of beauty, ultimately celebrating art and its power of renewal.
About Panos Cosmatos
Born in Rome in the mid ’70s to a Greek movie director and a Swedish experimental artist mother, Cosmatos spent his early formative years toted all over the globe before settling in western Canada.  In 1980, the family lived for a year in Mexico, where exposure to the strange, local interpretations of American pop culture had a profound and lasting effect on his creative life.
Growing up in the isolated suburbs of Vancouver Island during the ‘80s, he obsessed over the minutiae of heavy metal, fantasy art, science fiction, and horror films, which he still does to this day. After the death of his mother in the late ‘90s, he descended into a decade-long vortex of madness and self-destruction.  He emerged having made the decision to make a movie, or die trying.  A year later, “Beyond the Black Rainbow” was born.
About SpectreVision
Founded in 2010 by partners Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah, and Josh C. Waller, SpectreVision was created to tell character-driven stories tackling emotional and human experiences that test the boundaries of the genre space. In 2015, Lisa Whalen joined the company as the fourth partner and CEO.
The SpectreVision productions of A Girl Walks Home Alone at NightCootiesOpen WindowsThe Boy, and cult hit, The Greasy Strangler, have earned them spots at the most prestigious festivals in the world, as well as numerous awards and nominations. Their most recent film, the Nicolas Cage psycho thriller Mandy, premiered at Sundance in 2018 to a 100% Rotten Tomatoes’ critics score. Following the critical acclaim from Sundance, Mandy had its European premiere in the Director’s Fortnight section of the Cannes Film Festival. SpectreVision has also released, under its SpectreVision Presents banner, the acclaimed films, Toad RoadLFO, and the enormously successful restoration and re-release of the lost animated classic, Belladonna of Sadness.
SpectreVision has expanded its focus with forays into the worlds of television, gaming, and digital media. Their mobile game, JoinDispatch, debuted in April and their VR game with Ubisoft, Transference, premieres in September. SpectreVision’s parent entity, Company X, sold the Sundance film, Bitch, to MPI in 2017 and premiered their second production, Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss By Passing Through the Gateway Chosen By the Holy Storsh, at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival
For more information, contact:
Leer más »

Lakeshore edita en formato diigtal la música de la serie "Impulse" de Deru

Lakeshore Records will digitally release the IMPULSE: SEASON 1 Original Series Soundtrack on July 20th, which will feature the show’s original score by DERU, also known as the Emmy-winning composer, Benjamin Wynn. The 10-episode Sci-Fi series, created by Doug Liman (The Bourne IdentityThe Edge of Tomorrow), is 100% certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes and is now available for streaming on YouTube Premium.
DERU on creating the sound for IMPULSE:
 “The inspiration for the score focused around the Cristal Baschet, a French instrument that involves getting your fingers wet and rubbing glass rods that make two metal radiators vibrate and come to life. They’re hard to come by, but I happened to meet a player, Lenka Moravkova, that was in LA at the time. The first night we got together I came up with the main theme just by playing a few notes on it. The sound itself seemed to match with the vibe of the show.
In addition to recordings, the instrument worked its way into the score in subtler ways. I tapped on the radiators with drumsticks and sent synths through those impulse responses to make them sound like they were coming out of it. The Cristal Baschet became the sound of the show that I composed the other music around.
IMPULSE is the first score that I’ve written under the DERU moniker. The show allowed me to be in my element and write mostly dark ambient electronic music. Functionally, the music was able to hold the tension and grittiness of the plot without being too overt, which is some of my favorite stuff to write. The showrunner [Doug Liman] and producers were so great to work with that I knew I could trust my instincts, and being able to go for it and ‘do what I do’ was a gift.”
IMPULSE is a genre-bending action-thriller from Universal Cable Productions (UCP) that is now streaming on YouTube Premium. Hypnotic’s Doug Liman (“Bourne Identity,” “Live. Die. Repeat:  Edge of Tomorrow”) executive produced the series. Hypnotic’s David Bartis and Gene Klein, who produce UCP’s hit series “Suits,” served as executive producers. Lauren LeFranc (“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D”) also served as an executive producer and the series showrunner. IMPULSE features a rebellious 16-year-old girl “Henry” played by Maddie Hasson (“Twisted,” “The Finder”).  Missi Pyle (“Gone Girl,” “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”) plays “Henry’s” mother “Cleo.” Henry has always felt different from her peers and has longed to escape from her seemingly quaint small town. She soon discovers she has the extraordinary ability to teleport. #ImpulseSeries
About DERU:
Benjamin Wynn is an Emmy Award winning American composer, sound designer and music producer. 
He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Music from the California Institute of the Arts, and has released 4 albums under the name “Deru”, as well as scored television, film, and dance.  
Wynn was the co-owner and founder of a music and sound design company in Los Angeles called The Track Team along with Jeremy Zuckerman. Together they worked on numerous projects, including “Avatar: The Last Airbender" and "Legend of Korra” for Nickelodeon. They won an Emmy Award for music editing for “Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness” in 2012, and another Emmy for the same project in 2015. 
In 2007, Wynn (as Deru) collaborated with British composer Joby Talbot on the score to Wayne McGregor’s ballet, Genus, based on Charles Darwin’s book, On the Origin of Species, commissioned by the Paris Opera Ballet. The ballet premiered at the Palais Garnier in October 2007 and was commissioned for a second round of performances in November 2009. The ambitious eight-part score combines electronics with a 10-part choir and string instruments. The score is available on Ant-Zen and Dear Oh Dear Records and was featured in the 2009 documentary, La Danse: The Paris Opera Ballet. 
In addition to his scoring work, Wynn is a founding member and Creative Director of The Echo Society, a Los Angeles based composer collective and non-profit organization that premiers new orchestral works in singular, one-night-only events. 
01. Impulse Main Titles
02. Getting the Wrong Idea
03. Confessional
04. She Just Needed to Understand
05. You Got Me
06. No One Cares as Much as You
07. The Millers Arrive
08. Memory of Killing
09. The Unthinkable
10. What it Takes
11. I Want You to Be Happy
12. Held at Gunpoint
13. The Monster is Close
14. Shifts
15. Henry Talks
16. Killing the Assistant

Leer más »

Lakeshore edita a finales de agosto la segunda temporada de "Legion" (Jeff Russo)

Leer más »

Lakeshore Records edita en formato digital "Black mirror: Arkangel" de Mark Isham

After nearly losing her daughter, a mother invests in a new technology that allows her to keep track of her.
Mark Isham is an electronic music innovator, jazz artist and prolific film composer.  He traverses the musical landscape with unique performances and imaginative scores. As a musician, his trumpet sound is described as cool, avant-garde, sexy, haunting – even achingly beautiful. He has performed worldwide, and collaborated with celebrated artists in multiple genres. Mark Isham’s ability to create unforgettable melodies combined with his willingness to experiment with innovative musical palettes have earned him accolades including: Grammy and Emmy awards, and Oscar and Golden Globe nominations.
Mark Isham’s collaborators include many of the most respected names in film and music – Robert Redford, Tom Cruise, Brian De Palma, Frank Darabont, John Ridley, Jodi Foster, Robert Altman, Sting, Wil.I.Am, Sydney Lumet, and Mick Jagger. Mark Isham’s signature sound is heard on albums of music icons including Bruce Springsteen, Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett, Ziggy Marley, Joni Mitchell, The Rolling Stones, Chris Isaak, and Van Morrison.
Isham’s inimitable musical voice is evident in his memorable scores for award-winning features including the Oscar-winning Crash and A River Runs Through It, along with Golden Globe winning Bobby, and The Black Dahlia. For The Black Dahlia, Isham was awarded “Best Score” by the International Film Music Critics Association.
Originally from New York City, Mark Isham was exposed to all types of music through his parents who were musicians. The young Isham studied piano and violin, but the trumpet captured his imagination and became his signature instrument.  The Ishams moved from NYC to San Francisco, and by the age 15 Mark Isham was playing in jazz clubs, simultaneously performing with Oakland and San Francisco symphonies. He ultimately formed his own band Group 87.
It was an accidental series of events that brought Isham into the world of film music.  Already an established performer and recording artist, he began to experiment with electronic music. In 1983, Isham released his solo debut album Vapor Drawings. He circulated a demo intended for ECM Records, but fortuitously caught the attention of film director Carroll Ballard.  Ballard was searching for a new sound for a project and was impressed by Isham’s unique music and hired him to compose the score for Disney’s critically acclaimed film Never Cry Wolf.
While developing as a film composer, Mark Isham continued to prosper and gain notoriety for his work in electronic and new age. He won a Grammy for his Virgin Records release, Mark Isham and Grammy nominations for his albums Castalia and Tibet.  Although honored in the electronic and new age genres, Isham is perhaps most celebrated for his contributions to jazz. He has collaborated and performed with jazz legends including Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock and Bobby McFerrin. Mark Isham’s jazz releases have received critical-acclaim: Blue Sun was included in Downbeat’s “Top 100 Jazz Albums of the Decade;” and The London Times namedMiles Remembered: The Silent Way Project “Best Jazz Album.″
The sought-after composer continues to demonstrate his diverse musical voice in over one-hundred film and TV scores including Eight BelowThe CoolerBladeNellThe Secret Life of Bees, in addition to A River Runs Through It and Men of Honor both resulting in Grammy nominations. Other credits include Warrior, Dolphin Tale, Point Break and the Jackie Robinson biopic 42. Isham’s suite from the film 42 was premiered by the New York Philharmonic during the MLB Sandy Relief Concert in Central Park and played at Dodger stadium on “Jackie Robinson Day.” Currently, in addition to scoring his sixth season of ABC’s hit series Once Upon a Time, he also scores Oscar-winner John Ridley’s ABC’s drama American Crime. Directors constantly return to Isham on new projects.  The composer reunites with director Gavin O’Connor for the upcoming film The Accountant starring Ben Affleck and Anna Kendrick and with director Scott Hicks’ on the upcoming feature Fallen. Isham is also working with first time director, animation veteran Christopher Jenkins (The Lion King, Aladdin) on the upcoming animated film Duck Duck Goose.
Mark Isham’s collective contributions to the film music community was recognized by his peers when he was awarded the highest honor for a composer by The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP), the prestigious Henry Mancini Career Achievement Award for musical excellence. He continues to display a boundless ability to electrify listeners with his talent for crafting evocative new musical works in varying genres and mediums.
Leer más »

Lakeshore edita "Leave no trace" de Dickon Hinchliffe

Información en amazon
Leer más »

Lakeshore edita el score de Stephen Barton para "12 Monkeys"

Time traveler James Cole travels from the year 2043 to the present day to stop the release of a deadly virus by the enigmatic organization known as "The Army of the Twelve Monkeys". In Cole's future, the virus killed most of the world's population. Led by a cryptic recording from the past, Cole believes that brilliant virologist Cassandra (Cassie) Railly is the key to stopping the virus. Cole also enlists the help of the insane daughter of the virus' creator, Jennifer, and his best friend, Ramse, to stop the initial outbreak. As Cole races through time to stop the virus, he realizes the Army of the 12 Monkeys have a larger, more mysterious agenda.
Season 4 brings the saga of 12 MONKEYS to a blockbuster conclusion, Cole and Cassie search for a weapon to finally end The Army of the Twelve Monkeys and save time itself. It is the beginning of the end of humanity as Titan, a massive time-traveling industrial facility, splinters casting friend and foe into the timeline. Cole must unravel time and mystery in,
“the most ambitious season of 12 MONKEYS to date in terms of emotional and mythological payoff, scope, visual effects and score,” shared Terry Matalas, executive producer, recently shared with EW. 
Beyond his soundtracks for seasons 3 and 4 of 12 Monkeys, Stephen Barton’s extensive credits in film, television and video games include writing the music for\ the Titanfall franchise, Call of Duty: Modern WarfareNiko and The Sword of Light, UnlockedCirque Du Soleil: Worlds Away, and Motorcity, as well as numerous music contributions to over four dozen other major motion pictures and TV shows. He began his career as an assistant to composer Harry Gregson-Williams (Shreks 1-4, The Chronicles of Narnia, Kingdom of Heaven), moving to Los Angeles from his native England in 2002.
Other projects for which he is instrumental include ongoing research into spatial and immersive music for both VR and AR as well as film and TV, encompassing all forms of surround music beyond 5.1, including Dolby Atmos, Auro-3D and beyond. He is a member of Abbey Road Studio’s Spatial Audio research group, and has consulted with numerous major companies regarding immersive and binaural audio techniques for music. He is also active as a pianist and conductor; his concert work has included extensive work with Sir Anthony Hopkins (including a number 1 classical album in the UK) as well as performances with the CBSO, Dallas Symphony, Colorado Symphony and many others. 
Leer más »

Lakeshore edita en agosto "Scyscraper" de Steve Jablonsky

Leer más »

Lakeshore edita el score de Germaine Franco para "Tag"

Leer más »

Lakeshore edita la música de Nathan Larson para "Saturday Church"

SATURDAY CHURCH tells the story of 14-year-old Ulysses, a shy and effeminate boy, who finds himself coping with new responsibilities as “man of the house” after the death of his father. Living alongside his mother, younger brother, and conservative aunt, Ulysses is also struggling with questions about his gender identity. He finds an escape by creating a world of fantasy filled with dance and music. Ulysses’ journey takes a turn for the better when he encounters a vibrant transgender community, who take him to “Saturday Church,” a program for LGBTQ youth. Ulysses manages to keep his two worlds apart; appeasing his aunt and discovering his passion for the NYC ball scene, and voguing, until his double life is revealed. Ulysses must find the courage to be who he truly is, all while risking losing those he cares about most.
ABOUT NATHAN LARSON (Composer and Co-lyricist)
Nathan Larson cut his teeth on punk rock, and in the ‘90s was the guitarist for math-rocker SHUDDER TO THINK. He is a producer, performer, and writer of music and prose.
Larson’s substantial credits include BOYS DON’T CRY, Todd Solondz’s PALINDROMES, songs for Todd Haynes' VELVET GOLDMINE, LILJA 4-EVER, Stephen Frears’s DIRTY PRETTY THINGS, THE MESSENGER,
Recent projects include series from THE WIRE creator David Simon SHOW ME A HERO, as well as the Scorsese/ Jagger produced VINYL, both for HBO…as well as the critically acclaimed CASTING JON BENET, soon available on Netflix.
He divides his time between Harlem, NYC and in Sweden with his wife and son.
01. Locker Room - Luka Kain
02. Condition of Love - MJ Rodriguez
03. So Lost Without You - Luka Kain & Marquis Rodriguez
04. Goodbye - Luka Kain
05. Condition of Love Reprise - MJ Rodriguez, Indya Moore, Alexia Garcia, Marquis Rodriguez and Additional Cast of Saturday Church
06. Come Sun or Come Rain - Margot Bingham
Leer más »

Lakeshore edita en CD "Saw: Anthology Vol. 1" de Charlie Clouser

Leer más »

Lakeshore edita en formato digital "Future world" de Toydrum

Inside a desert oasis, a queen (Lucy Liu) lays dying as her son Prince (Jeffrey Wahlberg) travels across barren waste lands to find a near-mythical medicine to save her life. After evading violent raiders on motorbikes led by the Warlord (James Franco) and his enforcer (Cliff “Method Man” Smith), Prince meets Ash (Suki Waterhouse), the Warlord’s robot sex companion-assassin who's in search of her own soul. As Prince is captured by the Druglord (Milla Jovovich), the Warlord’s forces roar in – and Prince fights to save the remnants of humanity.
Pablo Clements has a long history and following for his remixes from his PYSCHONAUT and MO WAX days and in UNKLE along with James Griffith, they remixed the likes of Massive Attack – False Flags, Noel Gallagher AKA What A Life and Noel Gallagher – Let The Lord Shine A Light On Me – Black Mountain – No Hits, Autolux – Turnstile Blues, The Queens Of The Stone Age – I’m Designer, Evil Nine – 13 Icicles, The Big Pink – Too Young To Love, Grinderman (Nick Cave) – Worm Tamer, Trentemoller – Neverglade.  In 2012 Pablo and James Griffith along with James Lavelle collected Remixer of the Year (for UNKLE) award from the UK Music Producers Guild for the remix of Band of Skulls – The Devil Takes Care Of His Own.
Pablo and James work is very versatile, as well as writing music for their own collaborative projects they are able to switch their hand to scoring music for films. They have co-written, produced and recorded many tracks for the big screen, includingWith You In My Head for the TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE directed by David Slade, Every Single Prayer featuring Gavin Clark for the film THE CALLER directed by Matthew Parkhill, the whole music score for ODYSSEY IN ROME, directed by Alex Grazioli a documentary on the life of Abel Ferrara and the documentary LIVES OF THE ARTISTS FOR RELENTLESS directed by Ross Cairns for RELENTLESS, a film about extreme sports people (snowboarding, musicians and surfers).
In 2012 James Lavelle decided to put UNKLE on hold for a while, so Pablo and James built their own studio in Brighton, the TOYROOMS, where they operate under the Producers/Artist name Toydrum. They have worked on a variety of projects,LAWLESS with Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, Red Shoes – A short film For Vivienne Westwood, PIECES a film directed by Jack Weatherly, who they have worked with before on a film called THE SCORE FOR EURO 2012, remixes for the likes of Trentemoller and Noel Gallagher.  They remixed Noel’s In The Heat Of The Moment from his album Chasing Yesterday, the remixed was used on Assassin’s Creed Syndicate E3 trailer.
Toydrum released Distant Focus (2014) on their own label Underscore Collective a 6 track mini album it is a progression of the work Pablo and James Griffith created under the UNKLE name. They released EVANGELIST (2015) album, a project they worked on with the late Gavin Clark, which obtained great reviews.  The tracks God Song and Whirlwind Of Rubbishfeatured in the Bafta wining series THIS IS ENGLAND ’90 written and directed by Shane Meadows. Toydrum scored the filmLONDON FIELDS and the film DETOUR. They previously wrote the music for Alice Lowes film PREVENGE, which Lakeshore Records released in 2017.

Leer más »

Lakeshore Records edita "The tale" de Ariel Marx

Can our memories mislead us? Does the mind unconsciously reframe the truth to make it palatable? Jennifer Fox (Laura Dern) faces a host of life-altering questions after a short story from her middle school days forces her to re-examine her first sexual relationship and the stories we tell ourselves in order to survive.
An accomplished documentarian working in New York, Jennifer is completing her latest project, about the lives of women around the world. She receives a series of phone calls from her mother, Nettie (Ellen Burstyn), who has found a short story Jennifer wrote at the age of 13. In it, she describes various encounters with her riding instructor Mrs. G (Elizabeth Debicki) and her running coach Bill (Jason Ritter) while away at summer camp. Nettie is unnerved by the implications of her daughter’s writing, but Jennifer is nonplussed. She has always looked back with fondness on the time she spent with the two charismatic adults.
Egged on by Nettie and yearning to know more, Jennifer sets out on a journey to find the real people 30 years later, starting with the children, now adults, who also attended the camp back then—and eventually the coaches themselves. But the more she learns, the more her memories shift and the more questions she unearths. As her frustration mounts, she finds herself turning inward to get to the truth, imagining conversations with her 13-year-old-self (Isabel Nélisse) and even Mrs. G and Bill in an effort to understand how and why events occurred so long ago.
An award-winning composer and multi-instrumentalist, Ariel Marx draws from many different genres and often combines orchestral and rare instruments with electronics to create unique worlds of sound. Her scores have premiered alongside films at national and international film festivals, such as Sundance, Tribeca, and SXSW—winning awards at several for her musical contributions.
Most recently, Ariel wrote the score for Jennifer Fox’s THE TALE (starring Laura Dern, Elizabeth Debicki, Jason Ritter, Ellen Burstyn, Common and John Heard), Shawn Snyder's TO DUST (starring Géza Röhrig and Matthew Broderick), and Sarah Pirozek's #LIKE (starring Sarah Rich and Marc Menchacha).
She has also scored dramas WEST OF HER by Ethan Warren and Ryan Caraway's BY JINGO, and Armen Perian's interactive augmented reality film about a family of human traffickers, THE ANGRY RIVER. Additionally, she has scored numerous award-winning short films that have played at the world's premiere festivals including — most recently — Mariama Diallo's HAIR WOLF (Sundance, SXSW), Laura Moss's FRY DAY (SXSW, Tribeca).
Outside of film, she has scored television series including comedy series UnChartered and The Pioneers. Ariel has additionally contributed to BLIND tarring Demi Moore and Alec Baldwin, and assisted composer Marcelo Zarvos on Showtime’s THE AFFAIR starring Dominic West and Ruth Wilson, as well as, Amazon’s Z: THE BEGINNING OF EVERYTHING (starring Christina Ricci and David Strathairn and WONDER (starring Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson).
Leer más »

Lakeshore edita en formato digital en junio "Hotel Artemis" de Cliff Martínez

Leer más »

Lakeshore edita en formato digital "Legion: Season 2" de Jeff Russo

Leer más »

Lakeshore edita la música de Alex Heffes para "Pickpockets: Maestros del robo"

Aspiring teen thieves learn what it takes to be successful pickpockets on the streets of Bogotá from a master in the arts of trickery and deception.
Golden Globe nominated composer Alex Heffes is known for his scores to award-winning films such as THE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND, STATE OF PLAY and MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM. It was his scores to Kevin Macdonald’s Academy Award-winning films ONE DAY IN SEPTEMBERTHE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND and BAFTA-winning Touching The Void that first brought him to international attention. Alongside his long collaboration with Macdonald he has worked with many of cinema’s top filmmakers such as Stephen Frears (THE PROGRAM), Mira Nair (QUEEN OF KATWE), Peter Webber (EMPEROR), Catherine Hardwicke (THE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND) and J.J. Abrams (on the Stephen King mini series 11.22.63.). His score to the 8 hour event miniseries Roots premiered in 2016 on History, A&E Network and Lifetime receiving widespread critical acclaim and winning Alex the Hollywood Music in Media award for best TV score.
Alex’s versatility has led to scoring across a vast range of movie genres from Charles Ferguson’s Academy Award-winning Inside Job to the New Line horror film THE RITE and Mikael Hafstrom’s action thriller ESCAPE PLAN starring Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger. He collaborated with director Tim Burton on his screen adaptation of SWEENEY TODD. His score to Justin Chadwick’s film BOY was featured at the opening ceremony of the Olympic velodrome at the 2012 London Olympics.
Alex was nominated for a Golden Globe for his score to Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. He received a BAFTA nomination for the HBO drama TSUNAMI: THE AFTERMATH and in 2011 was awarded Discovery Of The Year by the World Soundtrack Academy. In 2012 Alex won the Ivor Novello Award for best film score of the year forTHE FIRST GRADER and in 2016 he was invited to become a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Recent work includes Disney’s feature film QUEEN OF KATWE, the Idris Elba thriller THE TAKE and the Netflix hit series BLACK MIRROR. Upcoming for Heffes is the BBC feature documentary EARTH: ONE AMAZING DAYnarrated by Robert Redford, and THE ELEPHANT QUEEN and Peter Webber’s Columbian dramaPICKPOCKETS.
Leer más »

Lakeshore Records edita en formato digital "The sinner" de Ronit Kirchman

Leer más »

Lakeshore edita la música de Scott McRae y Ryan Rapsys para "Little Pink House"

Little Pink House stars two-time Academy Award nominee Catherine Keener (Get Out, Capote, The 40-Year-Old Virgin), Emmy nominee Jeanne Tripplehorn (Big Love, The Firm, Grey Gardens), and Callum Keith Rennie (Fifty Shades of Gray, Warcraft: The Beginning, Memento). The screenplay is adapted from Jeff Benedict’s book, Little Pink House: A True Story of Defiance and Courage. Little Pink House also features an original song by two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee David Crosby entitled "Home Free."
Based on a true story, a small-town EMT named Susette Kelo (Catherine Keener) leaves a bad marriage, and starts over in a new town. She buys a rundown cottage in New London, Connecticut, refurbishes it with her bare hands, paints it pink, meets a great guy (Callum Keith Rennie), and exhales. Then she discovers powerful politicians are bent on bulldozing her blue-collar neighborhood to make way for condos and office buildings designed to benefit the new corporate headquarters of pharmaceutical giant, Pfizer. (Execs are eager to expand their facilities because they have high hopes for a soon-to-be-released drug called Viagra).
The redevelopment effort is spearheaded by Dr. Charlotte Wells (Jeanne Tripplehorn)—ambitious and accomplished, she’s the closest thing the gritty town has to a celebrity. With the help of a young lawyer named Scott Bullock (Giacomo Baessato), Susette emerges as the reluctant leader of her neighbors in an epic battle that goes all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, inspires a nation, and helps millions of Americans protect their homes.
Originally from Virginia, where he started composing music at age 12, Scott has lived in the Los Angeles area working in the music industry since 2000 as a composer, arranger, orchestrator, and supervising copyist. In 2014, he was nominated by the Madrid International Film Festival for "Best Music in Film" for his score to The Box. He has contributed his musical skills and talents to such projects as Gone Girl, The Pursuit of Happyness, Rush Hour 3, After the Sunset, Cold Mountain, and many others.
Scott co-produced and arranged music for two Christmas albums, Christmas Fantastique and A Flute Tootin' Yule, and also founded Janen Music with Todd Hayen, which provides quality music preparation services for film, television, sound recording and live performance, and also rents music to orchestras for concert performances internationally.
Ryan Rapsys is a Los Angeles-based film composer and electronic music producer. Rapsys scored the film Little Pink House, starring Oscar-nominated actress Catherine Keener and Emmy-nominated actress Jeanne Tripplehorn. Ryan Rapsys also scored the documentary Can We Take A Joke?, featuring Gilbert Gottfried, Penn Jillette and Adam Carolla.
Rapsys has composed music for numerous award-winning feature films and short films, documentaries, theatrical productions and commercial projects. Rapsys's music has been used in Dateline NBC and Today Show, among many others. Ryan Rapsys mixes elements of classical, experimental, ambient and electronic music to create unique, hybrid compositions that focus on very specific and subtle emotions.
Ryan Rapsys owns and operates Total Music Metadata, a music service business which catalogs, edits and optimizes music tracks for licensing. Ryan Rapsys has also released electronic music under the aliases Transistorface, Microquasar and Pineriver. Rapsys also composes classical concert music. Ryan Rapsys lives with his wife Christine Rapsys, son Tristan and dog Lily in the Los Angeles suburb of Santa Clarita.
Leer más »

Lakeshore edita "The Titan" de Fil Eisler

Leer más »

Lakeshore edita la música de Evgueni Galperine y Sacha Galperine para "Paterno"

Lakeshore Records will release PATERNO - Original HBO Films digitally on April 27, 2018. The album features original music by composers Evgueni Galperine and Sacha Galperine (LOVELESS, THE WIZARD OF LIES).
PATERNO centers on Penn State’s Joe Paterno in the aftermath of the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal. After becoming the winningest coach in college football history, Paterno’s legacy is challenged and he is forced to face questions of institutional failure in regard to the victims. Academy Award and Emmy® Award winner Al Pacino stars in the film’s title role. PATERNO is Pacino’s third HBO collaboration with award-winning director Barry Levinson, having starred in YOU DON’T KNOW JACK, which earned Pacino a Golden Globe® for Best Actor, an Emmy® for acting and Levinson an Emmy® nomination for directing. Pacino also starred in the title role in HBO’s Phil Spector, which Levinson executive produced.
Evgueni and Sacha Galperine, who also composed the music for THE WIZARD OF LIES, were very aware of complex undertaking of this story. “Barry [Levinson] told us that he would like to have an emotional score to reveal Joe Paterno's complex feelings but at same time he wanted to avoid playing to compassion or pity,” said composer Evgueni Galperine. “His idea was to make people understand Joe, try to imagine what they would do in his place, but in no way did Barry want the score to entice the audience to pardon Paterno.”
Sacha Galperine continued, “Our mission was to use the score to reveal Paterno's emotional and psychological journey starting with denial and fear and finishing with the understanding, guilt and profound remorse.”
The composers achieved this using organic instruments manipulated in unorthodox ways.  “Unlike some other of our work, we concentrated on classical, orchestral instruments but used in an unusual way, impossible to play in real life musicians but made possible by samples programming,” Evgueni described.  This can be heard in the tracks ‘A Quiet Storm’ or ‘The Riot.’  “When complex articulation techniques are played very fast. It creates an interesting effect, like if we were listening to a superhuman orchestra,” Sacha explained.
Brothers Evgueni and Sacha Galperine relocated to France, from their native Russia in 1990, to complete the classical music training they’d begun in Moscow.  Soon after arriving in Paris, Evgueni was drawn to composing film scores while still studying symphonic composition and electro-acoustic music at the National Conservatory (CNSM) in Paris. Sacha turned to rock and electronic music after receiving a first prize for violin performance at the Conservatory of Versailles.
Evgueni and Sacha Galperine are equally at ease and focused on storytelling, whether working on independent films—over a dozen in Europe and Asia— mass-market films, or contributing music to blockbusters like M. Night Shyamalan’s SPLIT, and Garry Ross’ THE HUNGER GAMES.  Their international credits include Luc Besson’s THE FAMILY, Asghar Farhadi’s THE PAST, Eric Lartigau’s LA FAMILLE BÉLIER, Alix Delaporte’s LE DERNIER COUP DE MARTEAU (official selection at the Venice IFF), Nicolas Provost ‘s THE INVADER (Best Music award at Ghent Film Festival), Yilmas Arslan’s BRUDERMORD, and Jiang Wenli’s LAN.
Their recent credits include the HBO Films Original THE WIZARD OF LIES, starring Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer, directed by Barry Levinson, the acclaimed French TV series LE BARON NOIR, and Andrey Zvyagintsev’s Academy Award®-nominated film, LOVELESS. Evgueni and Sacha were honored as European Composer of the Year by the EFA for their score for LOVELESS. Upcoming projects include RADIOACTIVE, directed by Marjane Satrapi starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Rosamund Pike, and Aneurin Barnard.
PATERNO premiered April 7, 2018 on HBO. Lakeshore Records will release PATERNO - Original HBO Films Soundtrack digitally on April 27, 2018.
Leer más »



(C) Ignacio Granda - avilesbeach@gmail.com. Imágenes del tema: A330Pilot. Con la tecnología de Blogger.

Multimedia Updates