Celebrating 50 years of James Bond with composer round-table

“Joining us today are Christopher Lennertz (who, in addition to scoring the new hit NBC show “Revolution” and the hit CW series “Supernatural,” has also gotten his hands dirty in the Bond world, composing the scores for the video games “From Russia With Love” and “Quantum of Solace”), Frederik Wiedmann (who is making a name for himself in the horror biz while composing the wildly adventurous “Green Lantern: The Animated Series”), George S. Clinton (who is primarily known for his work in comedy films, most notably his Bond-riffing in the “Austin Powers” film trilogy), HEATHER MCINTOSH (who is a relative newcomer to the field, but is making a name for herself on the film festival circuit with the thriller “Compliance”), Joey Newman (who, while known for his television “The Middle” and documentary work, is also a member of the renowned composing dynasty of Newmans [which includes Alfred, Randy, David, and “Skyfall” composer Thomas]), Lorne Balfe (who ricochets between video games, television, and film, and is currently wrapping work on the latest installment of the “Assassins Creed” video game series), and Trevor Morris (who is known as the king of dramatic period television, with “The Tudors,” “The Pillars of the Earth,” and “The Borgias” under his belt, in addition to juggling “Alphas,” “The Firm,” and “666 Park Avenue.”)

So, kick back with a Vodka Martini (shaken, not stirred) and enjoy!

Link: Read the full article here!

By |2012-10-09T06:02:57+00:00October 9th, 2012|Uncategorized|