فيلم Score: A Film Music Documentary

Score: A Film Music Documentary

Score: A Film Music Documentary is a movie starring Marco Beltrami, Jon Burlingame, and Leonard Maltin. A look at the cinematic art of the film musical score, and the artists who create them.

Other Titles
Score: Compositores de Oscar, Score - Eine Geschichte der Filmmusik, Filmmusikkens mestere, Score - elokuvamusiikin mestarit, Score - den ultimata filmmusiken, Score - muzyka filmowa, すばらしき映画音楽たち, Filmimuusika - heli põimumine pildiga, La partitura de cine
Running Time
1 hours 33 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Music
Director
Matt Schrader
Writer
Matt Schrader
Actors
Bill Field, Leonard Maltin, Marco Beltrami, Jon Burlingame
Country
USA
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

For a predominately visual medium like cinema, its musical component plays a vital role as well, especially its score. In that essential musical accompaniment, the soul of the film is expressed whether it be sweepingly majestic fanfares or delicate lyrical pieces. This documentary explores the artistic role of this special musical discipline that completes the cinematic artistic creation process and the artists who have devoted their careers to this contribution. We explore the form's history and examine the masters who defined it with their own distinctive artistic vision. In doing so, the various components of this delicate creative process are revealed as they create a musical compositional work that has inspired a popular appreciation of music in all its forms, which gave some old musical ways their own new lease on life.

Comments about documentary «Score: A Film Music Documentary» (23)

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Gerald Baker

With a subject matter so loaded with emotion and emotion-ridden lyrics, it's easy to see how this documentary would be turned into a panned experience. So, if you can ignore that, and just have a go, I'd recommend this film for its emotional power and, more importantly, its ability to elicit a good mood. This film was shot in the style of a music documentary, but there's a good reason for that. The emotion it evokes isn't as heavy as some of the other documentaries that have tackled the subject of music in the same way, but it's still very very real. Even the ending is somewhat melancholy and personal, and the emotional punch is strong, even if it's not the rawest of punches. It's a movie that is more about the emotion than the actual music itself. I think that's a good thing. It doesn't try to shoehorn any kind of aesthetic message into it, and it doesn't try to exploit the music, or a particular genre, for its own sake. It just gets into the heads of those who are touched by music and, in doing so, gives us a very personal look into their lives. It's not just a documentary about the music, or even the music itself, but it's more about how music affects people. And it does that beautifully. There's so much raw emotion, and so much raw emotion-laden lyrics, that it's easy to see why some people might be put off by it. But I think the best way to approach it is to not think about it as a documentary about music, but to think of it as a movie about music, about life. And for that, it works very well. I really do recommend this film. And if you can put yourself in the shoes of the people who made it, and the people it's about, and listen to the emotions it evokes, I think you'll find it's a movie you can really relate to.

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Roger W.

The problem with movie reviews is that they're just that. Reviews. You might get some cool stuff or a lot of stuff that is simply too stupid. This is the latter. This movie is the former. It was the most honest review of all time and I loved it. If you've ever been in a theater that seemed like it was full of people who were just going to be obnoxious and laughing at the same time, then you're going to like this. It's a sad, beautiful story of a guy and his friend who go to see the latest Jason Statham movie. And it is beautiful. Every single second of it is a joy. They have the same way of talking, acting, and looking that they always do. The only difference is that they talk like their in a documentary. In a way that's the point. The way it's edited is almost surreal. I can't imagine how much time it took to make this film. It's like a living breathing thing. It's like a little video diary. It's perfect for a rainy afternoon when you want to sit back and take in the sights of the city you live in. And to the people who think it's horrible, I ask you, what's wrong with it? It's a great movie and I'm proud to be a part of it.

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Ruth C.

The Beatles made a film, which has been described as a "Hollywood film", in order to promote the release of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. The film is worth seeing. The movie contains the greatest songs of the Beatles, and in particular John Lennon's song, "Here, There, And Everywhere". The film includes interviews with Beatles members, and the surviving members of the band. This is a great documentary. It has great music. It is a must see.

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Vincent Rose

This is a very funny film, as well as a study of how a film score is composed, and how it is used in a film. The film is edited in an interesting way, but it is also so smart, so we're left to pick apart some of the points made, and how they are actually made, to make a great film. It's a lot like the film score of one of my favorite films of all time, "WALL·E", except that I don't think "WALL·E" had much of a score at all, and "12 Angry Men" did not have a score either. There are also some clips from the film, including "Just A Baby", "Burn The Witch" and "Carnival Of Souls". Overall, I think the film is a great study of a very common and very funny film. Some of the clips are great, and some are very funny. I think it's a great film to watch, and even better to listen to.

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Ann W.

A new documentary, 'A Film Music Documentary,' has just been released. Director, Paul J. Weitz was a member of the band, Nirvana, and worked on 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' as a sound engineer. He's also the author of the Nirvana memoir 'Nevermind,' which was the basis for the movie. Weitz also has an extensive history in music, but not only that, he was an actual recording engineer who made some really great records. This film is pretty good. It's certainly not a complete documentary about the music industry, but it's still pretty good. The film is a little on the short side, but that doesn't take away from the quality. The acting is decent, but the film has a really interesting look at the music industry, and there are some really interesting things to think about.

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Jacob Chen

A BBC documentary about the world famous concert in Berlin in 2004. First of all, I have to say that it is a good documentary. Very few documentaries have the power to make me feel good about myself. But even so, I had to question what was the point of this documentary. What did it achieve? It seemed to me that it was a simple and short-sighted comment on the concert and its place in history. As a result, I couldn't connect with it. And why did I feel that the concert was just a part of the film? I understand that some people have a fascination with the concert, but if you have never seen it, you might not get the feeling of the concert. On the other hand, I didn't get the feeling that it was a documentary at all. And I didn't feel any feeling of being part of the concert either. I felt as if I was watching a TV documentary. Maybe it was because I have not been to the concert in person. Or maybe it was just that I didn't like the idea of the film. However, it's worth a look. I know that it was made by a BBC team. It's always nice to see British films about a British artist. I don't know how they came to this idea of the concert and its place in history. But I think it's a good idea. And for the fans who have never been to the concert in person, it is a good idea. I have to say that it was very difficult to be in the audience. I am not a fan of German music but I was expecting a more enthusiastic audience. This might be because of the German audience having been very friendly towards the film. I will also add that I don't like the idea of using images from the concert. I don't feel that it makes the concert seem more real. I think that a documentary about the concert is very important and I don't understand why they chose this approach. I will also say that I have no idea what the purpose of this documentary was. I can't say that I really felt the need to support this documentary. Maybe it was just a way of expressing the feeling of having watched the concert, but I felt that I had just watched a documentary about the concert. That is, until the end.

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Olivia Brooks

I liked the idea of the documentary, but the execution of the film was very disappointing. I didn't care about the characters in the film and the director didn't seem to really show any personality in his characters. This film was not funny, exciting or moving, it was just an ordinary documentary film that I would recommend to friends. I also didn't really care about the film's subject matter, and the film just seemed very disjointed. If you want to see a great documentary about a subject that was a bit too much for me, check out "Finding Freedom" or "Survival of the Dead".

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Sandra P.

I watched this movie at the Toronto Film Festival. I was blown away by the energy and the heart of this film. The cinematography was top notch and I was blown away by the photography. The best part of the film is the music. I don't know why it took so long for this to be shown in a festival. This film is one of my favorite documentaries and I encourage you to watch it.

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Bruce

Hollywood music directors should learn that the industry is still obsessed with glamour, good looks, and celebrity. However, there are many other factors that will get a movie made. This documentary shows the many aspects of film making. It focuses on how to use your budget to achieve the success that Hollywood has demanded of you. It shows the problems of music and the "glamorization" of the music industry. It also shows the music industry's need for new talent, and how they do not always know what to do with it. Finally, it shows that the people who make the music that the people want to hear do not always know how to make the music, and often do not know how to promote it. As a musician, I loved this film. I believe that the world of film music should be studied and learned by filmmakers and film producers. The film shows that there are many great people who make the music that the people want to hear. I believe that this film is a great starting point for people who are looking to become filmmakers or film music directors.

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Andrew J.

Some music documentaries are just too boring and boring to watch, however this one is not. I was very excited to see this documentary, and was very disappointed after watching it. It's just not very informative. I understand that it is a music documentary, but I was completely underwhelmed by this documentary. There is no explanation of the people who were involved in the making of this movie, and how this is the first movie of theirs. It really could have been better if they had talked about the making of this movie and told us what went into it. Maybe this would have been a good documentary, but it was just a boring documentary.

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Tiffany

I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by this documentary, and I loved it. It was refreshing to see a documentary that was all about music, not just a re-run of "Blues For Christmas" on a weekend. I was expecting a bunch of covers of old blues songs and old blues artists, but instead they took a look at the new blues artists of today, how they came up, and how they've made their mark in the blues. This is not a documentary about the blues, it is a documentary about the new blues artists. The documentary was so fascinating that I kept thinking of how this documentary would have been better if it was about blues music, but then again, how can you tell that this documentary is about the blues, when you know that it is about a lot of other things? It was a very interesting documentary, and I recommend it to any fan of the blues.

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Kelly J.

This is a documentary about a group of American musicians from the 60s, and the music they wrote and performed. The film is very interesting, and I am interested in hearing more about this group and the music they wrote. There are some funny moments, and I hope they make a sequel. I think this is a great film, and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in music.

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Henry G.

A little history lesson about my love for Tangerine Dream's work. First, I love the music in Tangerine Dream's movies. The dreamy, surreal, and ambient soundscapes. So it's with interest to see how they do it on the big screen. What struck me most about this film was the fact that Tangerine Dream's soundtracks were actually filmed, not merely composed on location. It was nice to see a movie that was shot like a movie, without actors and scenery. I'm happy to know that this was done on a large budget, and I hope that this is done more often. I am still a big fan of their music. I am a huge fan of the album "L'Arc-en-Ciel" (The Arc of Life) that they recorded, and I would like to see them play it live. I also loved the music for the movie "Wanderlust", which was filmed in Los Angeles. As for this film, it was amazing. It has the look and feel of a Tangerine Dream film. The cinematography is excellent. The editing is very smooth. The sound is very well done. The cinematography and sound are very good. The acting is good. Overall, it's a great film. It's one that I highly recommend to all of you. I am not a Tangerine Dream fan, but I have always liked their music. I am now a huge fan of their music, and I hope that they continue to make great films.

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Marie W.

What's the greatest film music score you've ever heard? In the past decade, some of the best are from Led Zeppelin, Elton John, Madonna, Metallica and of course, Metallica! In this hour long documentary, I picked some of the most recognizable (and I'm speaking as a fan) songs from their discography, and went through them, and they all sound very good! I really like this kind of music documentaries, so I'm a fan. I know this film isn't perfect, but it's worth a watch. You don't have to be a fan of Metallica or Led Zeppelin to like this film. This is just for Metallica fans, and if you don't like their music, then you probably won't like this film. You'll like this film more if you know Led Zeppelin, Madonna, Madonna and their discography, otherwise, you won't like this film. If you like Led Zeppelin, you'll enjoy this film. If you don't like their music, you probably won't like this film. But it's worth a watch!

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Brittany Moore

With only three years of full-length film experience, Bill Conti (in his native Italy) produces and directs a wonderfully clear and concise documentary that provides a wealth of information and insight about a seminal artist, as well as his work on the soundtrack to many an "80's" movie. The film is a one-man show and many of the subjects are so understated and unique, I had a hard time believing they were related. The subject matter is extremely well researched and speaks to many different aspects of the individual's life and the art that the man himself created, in addition to his personal and professional life. What is most interesting to me is that the documentary is based on actual interviews with those who have worked with and know the man. Each of the subjects gives a wonderfully intimate and revealing account of their lives with the man. It's a very nice document of how a man in his 30's, who was an absolute genius at everything he did, has shaped a lot of music. All the subjects interviewed, as well as the others interviewed in the film, are amazingly gifted musicians, and the subject matter is also fascinating to look at. I was especially impressed with the fact that all of the subjects were willing to speak freely about their life with the man. While the film may not be the most well-rounded documentary out there, it does a great job at presenting an incredible amount of information on a subject that is so complicated and intriguing. Highly recommended.

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Brian Dunn

For a while I thought this was going to be a documentary on the making of Alien 3. Well it wasn't. It was a film about the making of Alien 3. They did a good job of making the film look like a documentary. I was pleasantly surprised to find out that the film was actually a good documentary. It was interesting to see that Sigourney Weaver didn't seem to be very happy with the film. She was especially angry with the way they edited out the music from the film. That, and she felt like the film was made for the wrong audience. I thought the film did a good job of explaining the origins of the Alien franchise. It also explained that the film was made for the wrong audience. If you were a fan of the Alien series, then you probably enjoyed this film. It's nice to see that a film like this was made for a different audience. Overall, I really enjoyed this film. It was very informative and interesting. I give it a 7/10.

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Cheryl C.

I am the first to admit that I am a huge fan of Bowie and his music, as well as a huge Bowie fan myself. I had a bit of a hunch that this would be a great documentary, and it was! I found this film to be so entertaining and entertaining that I really don't know where to start. There was so much Bowie that I was in awe. I was very impressed with the amount of information they used in this film, it really was a great addition to the archive of music videos. They really did a great job at explaining everything Bowie was involved in, from his time as a teenager to his time as an artist. There was a lot of amazing clips that I found really interesting. It also helped to have the clips with both live and video footage, because you really can't get a good grasp on the music unless you're a fan of both. Overall, this was a great addition to the Bowie archive, and I would definitely recommend it to fans of the man. 8/10

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Grace

This is a very well made film, though its very small scale and the characters are sketchy, it is very well made. There are some interesting subjects such as the making of Star Wars, the inspiration for Star Trek, and the film score. The film is very interesting, even though I can't really say that it is a great documentary. The acting is good, but it is very difficult to tell what is real and what is not. The music is interesting. The editing is well done. I liked the documentary so much that I would recommend it to anyone. If you like documentaries, then you will enjoy this. This is the type of documentary that you can watch with your friends, it is very entertaining.

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Keith A.

After seeing this movie, it is hard to say anything positive about it. The idea is cool, but the execution is. questionable. If you are a fan of music documentaries, you might like this. Otherwise, you will be very disappointed. I'm sure I'm in the minority here. But it's not a bad movie. It's just very much mediocre. If you are looking for a film to watch, go to Netflix, or catch it on HBO. That's all I can say.

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Alice Wells

This is a great movie about a single album and the evolution of a legendary band. It also has some great interviews with the band members. However, I think the main problem is that there is no real music in this movie. It's mostly just interviews. This is a good thing because the music in the movie is great. However, the music in the movie is a little too good. I think that this would have been a great movie if it had a little more music in it. Still, I still give it a 7 out of 10.

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Kenneth

I know this film is going to be a boring film but i really enjoyed it. It's not a deep documentary on the history of Beatles but it is a good look at the history of the Beatles. If you love the Beatles you will love this film. It's not a documentary about the Beatles. The documentary is good but the movie is better. The movie is a good look at the Beatles. You can see the Beatles trying to do their thing but they didn't really fit into the group. John Lennon said that he didn't want to be a part of the Beatles. The documentary gives you a feel for the Beatles and the time that they spent in the Beatles but not a great look at the Beatles.

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Sharon Reyes

The film "The RCA Victor Orchestra" is an excellent musical film, that shows the life of the famous RCA Victor Orchestra. This film was made by the folks that made "The Sopranos" in the 1980's. The film starts off with a musical score by Jon Landau and includes clips from the show. The music is good and it is quite beautiful. The film then starts off with interviews with the musicians, including some from the orchestra. There is also a segment where they are interviewed in front of a live audience. After that, the film transitions into clips of the orchestra and then it is back to the interviews. The interviews are very interesting and the music is great. The film also includes clips of famous musicians from the RCA Victor Orchestra. I highly recommend this film. It is great!

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Robert

My expectations for this documentary were pretty low. I expected to be entertained by it, not as a documentary but as a commentary on a scene or sound effect. I think the combination of the two did the best job. I enjoyed the dialog, the character research, and the personal interviews. This was not a "how to make a movie" but a documentary about a specific moment in time. It is not a documentary about the events in the film, but about the people in the film. I have never heard so many people say "I am going to make a movie." As a filmmaker, I hope to be able to make a film that does not have this many people saying that they are going to make a movie. The concept of using the music of the band to give the interviewees their voice was original and a brilliant move. I recommend this documentary for anyone who wants to learn about the life of one of the greatest bands of all time.