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INTERVIEW: Filmmaker Robert Meyer Burnett Discusses YouTube And New Film TANGO SHALOM

Robert Myer Burnett is an editor, producer, writer, and YouTube host of The Burnettwork where he has a lot to say about the day's pop culture.

INTERVIEW: Cinematographer Mark Doering-Powell And The Evolution Of Freeform’s Grown-ish

Grown-ish is Freeform's spinoff of Black-ish starring Zoey Johnson now becoming her own woman at college and creating the visuals for her evolution is cinematographer Mark Doering-Powell.

INTERVIEW: Composer David Benjamin Steinberg On Catch And Kill: The Podcast Tapes For HBO

Catch and Kill: The Podcast Tapes is a documentary series on HBO that examines the bombshell reporting of journalist Ronan Farrow by adding a visual layer to the story. Along with that new layer is a richly diverse score from composer David Benjamin Steinberg.

Best Fictional Gambling Games from Film and TV

Gambling has been a popular source of entertainment in the real world for years, with fans enjoying everything from Canada casino games to wagering...

Comic Book Games You Shouldn’t Miss Out On

Comic book culture is trending right now as there are so many comic books that are being adapted into blockbuster movies. But these aren’t...

INTERVIEW: Composer Natalie Holt And The Spacey, Epic Sounds Of Marvel’s LOKI

LOKI is the latest show on Disney+ that continues the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), pushing the multi-reality storytelling platform into bigger and more bizarre places. Natalie Holt created the soundscapes for the time-traveling narrative about a would-be God.

INTERVIEW: Composer Matthew James On Making The Music For Horror Film THE DJINN

The Djinn is a horror film from co-directors David Charbonier and Justin Powell, an 80s era fairy tale gone horribly wrong. Composer Matthew James washed the film with an evocative synth score.

INTERVIEW: Composer Jeff Russo Discusses Making Music And HBO Film OSLO

Oslo is an HBO Original film based on the Tony Award-winning play that’s coming soon from director Bartlett Sher about the back-channel negotiations during the 90s Oslo Peace Accords. Emmy Award-winning composer Jeff Russo creates the sonic soundscapes for the political narrative.

INTERVIEW: Cinematographer Juanmi Azpiroz Shoots Frank Grillo In Hulu’s BOSS LEVEL

Boss Level is a Hulu original film starring Frank Grillo in a wild action movie that draws inspiration from video games, 80s action films, and a comedy classic. Cinematographer Juanmi Azpiroz shot the film and had an epiphany while doing it.

INTERVIEW: Composer Bo Boddie Bolsters Emotions In NBC’s Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist

Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist is a unique musical-comedy airing on NBC and Peacock about a software developer who can hear people's innermost thoughts in the form of songs, and between the musical numbers is the work of composer Bo Boddie.

INTERVIEW: Composer KOVAS & Music Supervisor Joe O’Riordan Join Forces For COST OF WINNING On HBO

The Cost of Winning is an HBO docuseries about the St. Frances Academy football team as they reach great heights of success thanks, in part, to a unique coach. Composer Kovas and music supervisor Joe O'Riordan painted the sonic picture that elevates the narrative.

INTERVIEW: Composer Gavin Brivik Talks Surprises In The Score For Wild Indian

Wild Indian is a film written and directed by Lyle Mitchell Corbine that stars Michael Greyeyes and Chaske Spencer in a dark thriller supported by the Sundance Institute through the Writers and Directors Labs. Gavin Brivik navigated the process to create an immersive sonic experience.