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The 10th Syracuse Film Festival takes place on Thursday night in the state of New York. For this anniversary year, Patrick Doyle has been commissioned to write a new score for the classic 1927 silent film starring Clara Bow, IT.

He spoke with me about the challenge and what those attending on Thursday night can expect to hear. 

If you are going along do report back to let us know what you thought. 

- Tim

tburden@filmscoremonthly.com 

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