Streamers and Punches 23: Tinker Tailor Boohoo Trent Reznor

In this episode we look at the Oscar nominations, give our own and others’ reactions to them, articles regarding recent scores, and a new score to an old film.

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This week’s topics include:
  • Oscar Nominations for Best Original Score
    • The adventures of tintin – John Williams
    • The Artist – Ludovic Bource
    • Hugo – Howard Shore
    • Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy – Alberto Iglesias
    • War Horse – John Williams
  • New Yorker: Best Snubbed Soundtracks.
  • More thoughts on War Horse.
  • NPR Linda Holmes article regarding why only two songs were nominated.
  • Scorekeeper at Ain’t It Cool News lists his top ten 2011 scores.
  • French duo Air scores Georges Melies Le Voyage Dans La Lune (A Trip To the Moon).
  • Article by Allison Loring regarding Marc Streitenfeld’s score to The Grey.

If you like the great Gary Oldman, you might like Alberto Iglesias’ score to Tinker Tailor Soldier SpyAmazon MP3iTunes

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  • Thanks for mentioning my article about THE GREY score on your show! Just wanted to clarify, I actually write a weekly column for Film School Rejects that focuses on the use of music in film (I think you happened upon my work while I was in the middle of covering and writing film reviews for the Sundance Film Festival) so feel free to check out my other articles if you think they apply to what you guys are covering each week!