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The January edition of FSM ONLINE is now live, marking 10 YEARS of digital publication! In this issue, enjoy our many annual YEAR IN REVIEW features, with contributions from Kyle Renick, Jon & Al Kaplan, Tim Burden, Cary Wong and Chris Hadley. Also this month, NICHOLAS BRITELL gives us the long and the short of THE BIG SHORT; a spotlight on Tadlow Music and its founder, James Fitzpatrick; an interview with CHRISTOPHER LENNERTZ about AGENT CARTER and GALAVANT; a DIMITRI TIOMKIN Gold Rush on his score to LOST HORIZON; more embedded audio clips, and more.

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