As ASV Film Editor Christine Pham continues to breathe the same air as Marty O’Donnell, I’m watching it live from the stale, celebrity-less oxygen of my room. Join me by heading to Twitch right now, but if you can’t, keep checking back here as the winners are named! (and where my predictions are wrong!)
The subject of classical-versus-film comes up a lot, but the best way I can describe it is that they are different languages. They’re related of course, but they are different. If I wrote music for the concert hall, it would be very different than the music I write for the screen. I do think, though, that a great piece of film music can stand on its own and be appreciated for what it is. If it’s doing it’s job right, it will give you a sense of time and a sense of place. –Trevor Morris
Born in London, Ontario (yes, apparently there is a Canadian London), Trevor Morris attended St. Mary’s School for the Arts as a child, where he studied the violin and sang in choir. When he was 13 (THIRTEEN), Morris was commissioned by his school to compose a piece in honor of Pope John Paul II’s visit to his class’s graduation ceremony.
They paid him 50 dollars.
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Only four months remain in 2014. Where has the year gone? It seems like it was just last night at 3 AM that I was clawing and scratching at the infernal allergy-induced itch inside my throat and ears and eyes and nose. Oh right. That was last night. And if you must know, the ensuing insomnia resulted in my driving out to Bai Wei and gorging on Chicken Lo Mein. It was not a pretty sight.
But you know what is? The 2014 calendar for new TV, movies, music, games, and books. Below are the most anticipated entertainment releases as chosen by us at Always Sometimes Villains. Let us know what you’re looking most forward to in the comments below, and feel free to add anything we might have missed!