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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Newton Howard. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Newton Howard, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Newton Howard. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Newton Howard, often where they are interviewed.

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James Newton Howard e o Suspense de M. Night Shyamalan – Janela Sonora #03

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No terceiro episódio do Janela Sonora, Louise Alves (@louisemtm) fala sobre a parceria do compositor James Newton Howard com o cineasta M. Night Shyamalan, focando em três filmes: O Sexto Sentido (The Sixth Sense, 1999), Sinais (Signs, 2002) e A Vila (The Village, 2004). Shyamalan é conhecido por trabalhar muito bem com o gênero do suspense, mas Howard tem um jeito todo especial de traduzir o trabalho do diretor em música. Aperte o play e descubra qual é o diferencial dessa parceria!

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Janela Sonora

Janela Sonora é um programa mensal do site Só Mais Uma Coisa que tem como objetivo analisar trilhas sonoras pelo viés narrativo e emocional. Aqui a trilha sonora, ferramenta essencial para a construção de uma história cinematográfica de qualidade e, muitas vezes, deixada de lado nas discussões sobre cinema, recebe a atenção merecida da anfitriã, Louise Alves. Coloque o fone de ouvido e embarque nessa jornada!

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Aug 21 2020 · 57mins
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Ep 9: Uma Vida Oculta - retrospectiva James Newton Howard

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Neste episódio, um exame da música nos filmes do Terrence Malick (05:22), o terror dos compositores, até chegar à trilha de Uma Vida Oculta (A Hidden Life), o seu último filme. (18:30)

Depois, falamos sobre os pontos altos da carreira do seu compositor, o veterano James Newton Howard. (47:30)

Ao final, deixamos recomendações para as trilhas de O Chamado Selvagem e do filme independente The Last Black Man in San Francisco. (01:30:32)

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Mar 02 2020 · 1hr 36mins

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DB 165: Legendary Composer James Newton Howard On His Creative Process & Always Improving

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It is a true honor to have one of Hollywood’s most prolific and accomplished composers on the Dream Big Podcast this week.   James Newton Howard has composed music for over 120 films, including the Academy Award-nominated scores for Defiance, Michael Clayton, The Village, The Fugitive, The Prince of Tides, and My Best Friend’s Wedding, and Academy Award-nominated songs for Junior and One Fine Day.  Our Big Dreamers can learn so much from Eva’s interview with James. For instance, James famously wrote 3 hours of music for King Kong in just 5 weeks. It takes an incredible work ethic and dedication to pull off such a feat on a tight deadline. James also shares the importance of teamwork and all the incredibly talented people involved in a major Hollywood production.  As we often say, you can’t accomplish your Big Dreams alone. And James shares that even after his prolific 30+ year career in Hollywood, he is still striving to improve his craft with each and every project. Big Dreamers don’t believe in perfection and are always looking to grow. There are so many nuggets to be learned! Enjoy the interview :) For our show notes, visit DreamBigPodcast.com/165

Nov 25 2019 · 24mins
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#3 | James Newton Howard, Behind the Score: Hans Zimmer & Name That Score

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Score: The Podcast welcomes James Newton Howard, Oscar-nominated and Grammy Award-winning composer of films including Pretty Woman, The Fugitive, The Sixth Sense, Treasure Planet, Signs, The Village, King Kong, Blood Diamond, Michael Clayton, Defiance, Batman Begins & The Dark Knight, The Hunger Games series, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and most recently Red Sparrow.

Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing the score-only release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which is a major indicator that audiences are expressing more interest than ever in the music of entertainment. Robert and Kenny discuss how the music of "Atlanta" and "The Chi" are evolving hip hop in music.

James Newton Howard talks about working with M. Night Shyamalan on "Signs," Hans Zimmer on Batman Begins and The Dark Knight and scoring Peter Jackson's King Kong via video conference in four and a half weeks.

In "Behind the Score," Hans Zimmer talks about the importance of capturing the first few frames of a movie to set its musical tone. Lastly, the guys play a Danny Elfman-themed edition of the game "Name That Score," where you — yes, you — can be a winner!

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Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes.
Executive Producer: Matt Schrader.
Copyright 2018 Epicleff Media.

Apr 05 2018 · 52mins

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James Newton Howard

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Matthew Sweet with music and conversation with one of Hollywood's most successful and prolific composers, James Newton Howard, whose latest score is for the JK Rowling inspired film "Fantastic Beasts, And Where To Find Them", which was released on Friday.

James talks about his working relationship with the director M Night Shyamalan and films such as "The Village"; his work for Disney and films such as "Dinosaur" and "Maleficent"; his work for "King Kong", "The Dark Knight" and "The Hunger Games". James also choses the Classic Score of the Week.
Nov 24 2016 · 29mins