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New Issue of FSMO Is Live!
Posted By: Tim Curran 3/20/2015 - 2:00 AM
The March edition of FSM ONLINE is live. For this month's cover story, Tim Burden travels to Shepperton Studios to discuss CINDERELLA with PATRICK DOYLE in the first of a two-part interview, which includes composer commentary, and Doyle performing his themes at the piano. Also this issue, TOM HOLKENBORG (JUNKIE XL) scores the new Neeson shoot-up, RUN ALL NIGHT; MARK ADLER uncovers the truth with MERCHANTS OF DOUBT; FIL EISLER chats about his work on the wildly popular Fox TV series EMPIRE; a retrospective interview with cult-classic legend RICHARD BAND; an educational Gold Rush takes a look at the development of sound-on-film technology; Cary Wong considers the merits of full-length score releases; Torn Pages takes a look at 12z and their rejected score to the Hungarian film FREE FALL; more embedded audio clips, and more.

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