‘Last Night in Soho’ Composer Steven Price on Film’s Score and Anya Taylor-Joy’s “Downtown”
Oscar and Emmy-winning composer Steven Price channeled his love of music from the ‘60s in his latest work on Edgar Wright’s thriller Last Night in Soho. The film follows Ellie, played by Thomasin McKenzie, who begins to find herself transported between the present day and London in the 1960s, where she enters the body of […]
Billboard/THR Film & TV Music Conference Day Two Report: Maroon 5, Steven Price’s ‘Fury’ Soundtrack
"We just want to see Maroon in every car commercial," joked Maroon 5's manager Jordan Feldstein
Composer Steven Price to Talk ‘Fury,’ ‘Gravity’ at Billboard/THR Film & TV Music Conference
The Oscar winner will also discuss the yearlong process of crafting the music for 'Gravity'
‘Fury’: How Steven Price’s Score Evokes a “Truthful and Honest” View of War
"It does link you into other wars that have gone on and are going on as well, and that's what I felt was the terrible thing about all this"
Oscars: ‘Let It Go’ Wins for Best Song, ‘Gravity’ for Best Score
"Let It Go" co-writer Robert Lopez becomes the latest member of the EGOT family, adding an Oscar to his three Tonys, two Emmys and a Grammy.
Oscars: Inside the First-Ever Concert for Nominated Original Scores and Songs
For the first time ever, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences invited the Oscar-nominated film composers to conduct suites from their scores. The inaugural show, held at UCLA's Royce Hall on Feb. 27, also featured performances of the nominated original songs.
Oscars: First-Ever Concert to Feature Nominated Scores and Songs
William Butler, Owen Pallett, Alexandre Desplat, Thomas Newman, Steven Price and John Williams will direct their compositions, while Jill Scott will perform "Happy."
Roundtable: 6 Composers on Dealing With Delusional Directors and ‘Fake Praise Rejection’
Five veteran composers, along with one relative newcomer who recently graduated from music editor to potential Oscar contender, discuss their biggest challenges, whether they look at box-office numbers and how they'd handle getting fired (one word: "drugs").