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The February FSM ONLINE is now live. Sorry we’re a day or so late—Mardi Gras put us behind. In this issue, you’ll find an exciting interview with CHRISTOPHER YOUNG about CREATION and temp tracks! Also in this issue are an epic audio interview with DAVID ARNOLD about his career highlights, and looking forward to NARNIA: VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER; an in-depth chat and musical analysis with CHRISTOPHER GORDON on his exciting return to film music for DAYBREAKERS and MAO’S LAST DANCER; the last chapter in the INSIDE FSM VIDEO DOCUMENTARY SERIES; MARCO BELTRAMI and BUCK SANDERS on the intricate art of double-teaming and defusing bombs in their Oscar-nominated THE HURT LOCKER; a discussion with MARIO GRIGOROV, composer of the underscore in PRECIOUS; the composing twins of NCIS unleashed; Cary Wong’s final Oscar predictions; finally, another STAR WARS Score Restore; way too many reviews; more embedded audio clips, and more.

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I must give again all the kudos to the FSM Online staff for another great issue.

This month's release is full of great content, I particularly enjoyed the in-depth interiews with Chris Young and Christopher Gordon. It's great to read deep thoughts by these superb composers.

I also loved the third part of Saul's "Inside FSM" documentary--I must say I felt a great deal of closeness with you guys. Being myself a person who runs a film music website, I know very well all the trials and tribulations about creating and editing all the contents. I'm sort of glad I'm not the only one who has to stay up untill the wee hours to get it through! :)

You guys remain a great example and guideline for all those like me who wants to make some good and honest work of film music journalism.

Thanks for all your work!

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June 7
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