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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Neil Brand. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Neil Brand, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Neil Brand. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Neil Brand, often where they are interviewed.

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Neil Brand

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Host: Gareth Davies.
Produced by The Sound Boutique

Gareth chats to silent film pianist Neil Brand about he started out, his process and the joy of making his long running 'Sound of...' TV series.

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Neil's website: http://bit.ly/37uWt7c
Neil on Twitter: http://bit.ly/3mdiJH4
Neil on Spotify: https://bit.ly/3or3oV9
Neil's Bells & Whistles YouTube series: http://bit.ly/2HuaYOe

Creative Cuppa Homepage: https://bit.ly/32iKRBw
Starting a podcast? See what The Sound Boutique can do for you: https://bit.ly/2Zl3q6s

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Oct 27 2020 · 15mins
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#107: Buster Keaton Special - Mark and ace composer Neil Brand on the brilliant silent comedian

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#107: Mark and ace composer Neil Brand on the brilliant silent comedian Buster Keaton - born 125 years ago but whose work remains timeless and unique

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Oct 06 2020 · 43mins

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Episode 57 - Rango (2011) (with Neil Brand)

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Performer, composer, silent film accompanist and television presenter Neil Brand is the special guest joining Chris and Alex for Episode 57 of the podcast, which celebrates the musical beats and Mariachi owls of Rango (Gore Verbinski, 2011). Listen as they discuss how this curious 2011 computer-animated film revels in the power of telling tales alongside its broader relationship to folk ballads; Rango’s cinephilic evocation of canonical Hollywood Westerns and U.S. cinema history; themes of ambition, isolation, and aimlessness, and how this ties into a film whose existentialist narrative is predicated on the question of inevitability; Rango’s musical score that functions as a bridge between landscape and character; and what Gore Verbinski’s film tells us about what audiences might want from contemporary fantasy/animation (namely highly sophisticated anarchy rather than structures that organise, and a fantasy better realised onscreen that we can ever imagine!).

Sep 28 2020 · 1hr 22mins
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#76: MK3D Live! 50th Show with Sanjeev Bhaskar and Neil Brand

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#76: MK3D Live! 50th Show with Sanjeev Bhaskar and Neil Brand

Mark and guests feature in the first half of a special 50th live MK3D show from the BFI Southbank.


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Kermode On Film is produced by HLA Agency and Hidden Flack

Producers Hedda Archbold, Nick Freand Jones and Tom Whalley

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Mar 17 2020 · 43mins

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BONUS EP: A Brief History of Horror Music with Neil Brand

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Happy bonus horror treat! Here's the full, uninterrupted chat with film musician / composer / historian Neil Brand about a history of horror scores. From Nosferatu through to Under The Skin, we cover the trends, the traits and the evolution of the horror score over the last one hundred years. ENJOY!

Neil Brand is a film historian, musician and composer. You can find details of his upcoming events at http://www.neilbrand.com/ or follow him on twitter: @NeilKBrand 

Mike Muncer is a TV & Podcast Producer and Film Journalist. You can find him on twitter: @TheMovieMike  He also produces and co-presents another film podcast with Rhianna Dhillon called Back Row: https://backrowpodcast.net

Thanks for listening, tune in next week for our GIALLO special. Mike will be joined by Dan Martin from the Arrow Video Podcast, as well as special guest ALAN JONES. Until next time...

Dracula (1958) Dir: Terence Fisher Music by James Bernard  Courtesy of Hammer Films

Psycho (1960) Dir: Alfred Hitchcock Score by Bernard Herrmann Courtesy of Shamley Productions

The Birds (1963)  Dir: Alfred Hitchcock Score by Bernard Herrmann Courtesy of Alfred J. HItchcock Productions

The Innocents (1961)  Dir: Jack Clayton Courtesy of Achilles / Twentieth Century Fox 

Halloween (1978)  Dir: John Carpenter Music by John Carpenter Courtesy of Falcon International Productions & Compass International Pictures

The Shining (1980)  Dir: Stanley Kubrick Music and the Stars and You performed by Al Bowlly  Courtesy of Warner Bros. Hawk Films, Peregrine, Producers Circle 

Deep Red (1975)  Dir: Dario Argento Score by Goblin Courtesy of Rizzoli Films & Seda Spettacoli

Suspiria (1977)  Dir: Dario Argento Score by Goblin Courtesy of Seda Spettacoli 

Assault on Precinct 13 (1976)  Dir: John Carpenter Score by John Carpenter Courtesy of The CKK Corporation

Under The Skin (2014)  Dir: Jonathan Glazier Score by Mica Levi Courtesy of Film4, BFI, Silver Reel, Creative Scotland, Sigma Films, FilmNation Entertainment, Nick Wechsler Productions, JW Films, Canal+, Scottish Screen & UK Film Council

Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)  Dir: JJ Abrams  Score by John Williams  Courtesy of Walt Disney Studios / LucasFilm / Bad Robot

Jurassic Park (1993) Dir: Steven Spielberg Score by John Williams Courtesy of Universal Pictures / Amblin Entertainment

Sep 24 2017 · 55mins
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SLASHERS Pt 2: Psycho & Peeping Tom (1960) Feat. Neil Brand

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This week Mike is joined by Ollie Charles as we begin our in depth look at the evolution of the slasher, and review the two movies that are often considered the forerunners to the format, Psycho and Peeping Tom. Mike is also joined by a chat with film composer, musician and historian, Neil Brand for a chat about that Bernard Herman score. 

Podcast music by Jack Whitney (@Jack_Whitney) 

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Ollie Charles works as a film PR for trafalgar releasing and also writes for Front Row Reviews. You can find him on twitter: @OllieCharles 

Neil Brand is a film historian, musician and composer. You can find details of his upcoming events at http://www.neilbrand.com/ or follow him on twitter: @NeilKBrand 

Mike Muncer is a TV & Podcast Producer and Film Journalist. You can find him on twitter: @TheMovieMike  He also produces and co-presents another film podcast with Rhianna Dhillon called Back Row: https://backrowpodcast.net

Thanks for listening, tune in next week for our GIALLO special. Mike will be joined by Dan Martin from the Arrow Video Podcast, as well as special guest ALAN JONES. Until next time...

Dracula (1958) Dir: Terence Fisher Courtesy of Hammer Films

Psycho (1960) Dir: Alfred Hitchcock Courtesy of Shamley Productions

Peeping Tom (1960)  Dir: Michael Powell Courtesy of Michael Powell (Theatre) 

Halloween (1978)  Dir: John Carpenter Courtesy of Falcon International Productions & Compass International Pictures

Sep 21 2017 · 1hr 32mins
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Ep 98 Medium Brow starring Neil Brand

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EP 98…..PIANO SPESH….Sound of Cinema Presenter Dramatist Composer Author and Silent film accompanist Neil Brand joins us in the studio to talk us through the history of the piano and his own life…Straight Gangsta….All the other stuff you guys can’t get enough of is there too…Listen 50.000 people can’t be wrong!! You know what to do…Push the button!! Weekend sorted…De nada Shablish….Stay Steggle!! X
May 19 2016 · 1hr 6mins
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Neil Brand: What Makes Us Human?

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The composer and silent film pianist Neil Brand joins us for What Makes Us Human?
Feb 04 2016 · 22mins