Score – A Film Music Documentary

Coming soon from production company Epicleff Media and Director/Producer Matt Schrader is the much anticipated film ‘SCORE: A Film Music Documentary’.

scoreSo much attention is paid in the media to Actors & Directors; but very little notice is given to the production team behind the scenes that help bring the film together and take very little of the credit for the end result. One such group of un-sung heroes is Composers and this is who this documentary focuses on.

A good or bad score can make or break a film and in some genres is crucial to support the action and/or emotion of the piece. This is no simple task; the composer must shape their score around the director’s vision and work within the constantly evolving nature of a film in production.

“SCORE” promises intimate access to Hollywood’s elite composers, and insight into why film scores give us goosebumps”

Epicleff Media’s thoughtful, engaging documentary will guide viewers through the creative processes of some of the world’s greatest musicians as they create
some of the world’s most emotionally expressive music. SCORE highlights the ups and downs of the creative process, a process with as many highs and lows as the winding melodies we’ve come to love.”

Composers already involved include Hans Zimmer, Danny Elfman (Batman, Spider-Man, Alice in Wonderland), Tyler Bates (300, Watchmen, Guardians of the Galaxy) and John Debney (Passion of the Christ, Elf, Star Trek: The Next Generation) as well as Marco Beltrami, Christophe Beck, David Newman, Deborah Lurie, Mervyn Warren, Patrick Doyle and
Richard M. Sherman with more to be added well as as insight from others in Hollywood.

The producers are seeking $40,000 to finish the film with a Kickstarter campaign launching 15h February. Please help out if you can and support indie film.

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