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BAFTA Talk – Anurag Kashyap and Richie Mehta in conversation

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BAFTA Talk - Anurag Kashyap and Richie Mehta in conversation at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Friday 28th June, 2019 at BAFTA, London ENGLAND

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BAFTA Talk – Anurag Kashyap and Richie Mehta in conversation

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BAFTA Talk - Anurag Kashyap and Richie Mehta in conversation

BAFTA Talk - Anurag Kashyap and Richie Mehta in conversation at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Friday 28th June, 2019 at BAFTA, London ENGLAND

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BAFTA Talk – Anurag Kashyap and Richie Mehta in conversation

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BAFTA Talk - Anurag Kashyap and Richie Mehta in conversation

BAFTA Talk - Anurag Kashyap and Richie Mehta in conversation at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Friday 28th June, 2019 at BAFTA, London ENGLAND

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LIFF Director’s Lunch at LIFF 2019

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LIFF Director's Lunch at LIFF 2019

LIFF Director's Lunch at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Tuesday 25th June, 2019 at Rasa W1, Mayfair, London ENGLAND

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LIFF Director’s Lunch at LIFF 2019

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LIFF Director's Lunch at LIFF 2019

LIFF Director's Lunch at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Tuesday 25th June, 2019 at Rasa W1, Mayfair, London ENGLAND

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LIFF Director’s Lunch at LIFF 2019

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LIFF Director's Lunch at LIFF 2019

LIFF Director's Lunch at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Tuesday 25th June, 2019 at Rasa W1, Mayfair, London ENGLAND

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LIFF Director’s Lunch at LIFF 2019

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LIFF Director's Lunch at LIFF 2019

LIFF Director's Lunch at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Tuesday 25th June, 2019 at Rasa W1, Mayfair, London ENGLAND

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LIFF Industry Event at LIFF 2019

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LIFF Industry Event at LIFF 2019

LIFF Industry Event at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Sunday 23rd June, 2019 at BFI Southbank, London ENGLAND

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LIFF Industry Event at LIFF 2019

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LIFF Industry Event at LIFF 2019

LIFF Industry Event at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Sunday 23rd June, 2019 at BFI Southbank, London ENGLAND

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Chai with Gurinder Chadha at LIFF 2019

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Chai with Gurinder Chadha at LIFF 2019

Chai with Gurinder Chadha at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Saturday 22nd June, 2019 at Picture House Central, London ENGLAND

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Chai with Gurinder Chadha at LIFF 2019

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Chai with Gurinder Chadha at LIFF 2019

Chai with Gurinder Chadha at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Saturday 22nd June, 2019 at Picture House Central, London ENGLAND

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Chai with Gurinder Chadha at LIFF 2019

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Chai with Gurinder Chadha at LIFF 2019

Chai with Gurinder Chadha at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Saturday 22nd June, 2019 at Picture House Central, London ENGLAND

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Radhika Apte Screen Talk at LIFF 2019

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Radhika Apte Screen Talk at LIFF 2019

Radhika Apte Screen Talk at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Sunday 23rd June, 2019 at Cineworld Leicester Square, London ENGLAND

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Closing Night

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Closing Night

Closing Night at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Friday 28th June, 2019 at BFI Southbank, London ENGLAND

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Closing Night

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Closing Night

Closing Night at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Friday 28th June, 2019 at BFI Southbank, London ENGLAND

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Closing Night

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Closing Night

Closing Night at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2019 on Friday 28th June, 2019 at BFI Southbank, London ENGLAND

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20190224_5 Me & David Bradley (& his siggy) at SciFiWorld in Gothenburg, Sweden

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20190224_5 Me & David Bradley (& his siggy) at SciFiWorld in Gothenburg, Sweden

He seemed nice. 😀 I mentioned that I’m a Harry Potter fan as well, and that I liked Blow dry. He said, "Oh, no one has mentioned that one in a long time!" And added that it had a great cast and whatnot. 🙂

I’m more of a Harry Potter fan than a Game of thrones* fan… But I picked a GoT photo in order to diversify my siggy collection a bit. :B

* I only started watching GoT in 2018… And I haven’t seen the last 2 seasons yet, for reasons, SO DO NOT FUCKING SPOIL. (In Filch voice: "I’ll kill ya… I’LL KILL YA!")

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20190224_2 David Bradley demonstrating Filch’s running style at SciFiWorld in Gothenburg, Sweden

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20190224_1 David Bradley at SciFiWorld in Gothenburg, Sweden

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20190224_3 Jennifer Blanc & Michael Biehn at SciFiWorld in Gothenburg, Sweden

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20190224_3 Jennifer Blanc & Michael Biehn at SciFiWorld in Gothenburg, Sweden

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20190224_4 Paul Blake at SciFiWorld in Gothenburg, Sweden

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OPEN POST: What is Your Favorite Movie or Franchise Theme Music?

A killer theme is as vital to the success of a big budget popcorn film as any other element on display. There’s got to be a triumphant fanfare or majestic introduction to welcome the audience into the world of the film. This is no time for subtlety or nuance, you’ve got to get the audience instantly fired up for what they’re about to witness.

There are some composers, like John Williams and Danny Elfman, who have made this a cottage industry. Others have nailed it on their first try. Some on their tenth try. And some on their only try.

As much as I would have loved to include them, no theme songs, so, sorry Ghostbusters 1 & 2 fans, as well as anyone pulling for a specific Bond song, or even advocates for Eminem’s Venom song. This is score only

I imagine the one that elbowed its way to the front of the line for most of you is John Williams’ Star Wars theme. This is sort of the go-to answer, but deservedly so. It’s amazing, it puts you in the right frame of mind for the adventure ahead. It’s the best of what a theme can be in that it more or less only exists over the opening and closing titles, and that’s not a knock against the rest of the music Williams created for Star Wars. It’s just that this particular piece is so far above all the others, it’s unfair to make the other music compete with it…

 

The brainchild of composer Monty Norman, later refined by his predecessor John Barry, the brass heavy James Bond theme has to be one of the first that leaps to mind. Every Bond film has opened with it—except 2006’s Casino Royale which saves it for the end—and it is as iconic as any theme ever. It’s a strong contender for anyone’s top spot.

 

On the more rapturous side of things is “The Godfather Waltz,” a somber, sobering piece of music that adequately prepares you for the melancholy to come in The Godfather films. Director Francis Ford Coppola handed the job to Italian composer Nino Rota, who created some memorable themes for Fellini’s 8 1/2 and Bertolucci’s Romeo & Juliet. Kicked off by a lone horn, the theme grows from there into an old world waltz that never leaves your head throughout the film.

 

“When is he gonna bring up Bill Conti’s ‘Gonna Fly Now’ from Rocky, bro?” If we were doing theme songs, “Eye of the Tiger” would be a fierce competitor for the title, as is the amazing fanfare that starts this immortal theme from the Rocky movies. Conti is another Bond veteran, Conti lost the Oscar for this theme, but won it several years later for The Right Stuff. This is as iconic and immortal as themes get.

 

Howard Shore’s scores for Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings films are as integral to their success as all the other technical elements. It won Shore three Oscars for his efforts and propelled into the upper echelon as a result of his excellent work. Watch the movies again and try to imagine getting anywhere near as emotional in certain moments without that score.

 

Elfman’s got a lot of these, and of course his Simpsons theme is every bit as iconic as anything else he’s done, but his 1989 Batman score remains his Mount Everest. The theme that Elfman created hasn’t been usurped in nearly thirty years of trying via many other Batman movies. He replaced the 1966 Batman theme in our heads, and most remarkably of all, nothing has yet to replace his theme as the definitive Batman music.

 

Here’s a strange one, but one that I felt merited consideration nonetheless as it meets all the criteria…

 

Alan Silvestri’s greatest composition remains the Back to the Future theme music, another rousing theme used repeatedly throughout the films to generate an emotional response…

 

Of course, Indiana Jones is another great John Williams one…

 

As is E.T…

 

Superman…

 

Jurassic Park…

 

The list goes on.

For me, my favorite has always been one from my childhood. Henry Mancini’s jazz theme for Blake Edwards’ The Pink Panther remains my personal pick for favorite movie or franchise theme music. It’s the epitome of cool and very much established the tone for the film. Plus, it’s become ingrained in all our brains thanks to its use in the cartoon that followed.

So let’s hear it. What’s your favorite? If you guys like this, we can do TV themes next time.

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The Academy Pumps the Breaks on Their Proposed ‘Popular Film’ Oscar

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has made many changes to their annual Oscar awards over the years, but one they proposed adding this year backfired in spectacular fashion. You see, in recent years, the Academy has made a desperate stab at relevancy, chiefly by increasing the number of Best Picture nominees in hopes that its voting bloc would nominate more commercially successful films.

This approach hasn’t worked all that well. In fact, any time the Academy attempts to do something to broaden their commercial appeal, it ends up being rightly and roundly rejected by the general public. You see, people either love the Oscars or they don’t, and no lineup of Best Picture nominees is going to swindle Joe Sixpack in to tuning in to the show.

Nevertheless, the Academy pressed on with a new idea this year that involved adding a new category called Best Popular Film. This seemed, to them anyway, like a great way to honor movies like Black Panther or The Incredibles 2 that made a ton of money but wouldn’t make the cut for Best Picture in your average cinema-going year.

It was a stupid idea and now the Academy has decided to table it for the time being. In a press release, Academy CEO Dawn Hudson states…

“There has been a wide range of reactions to the introduction of a new award, and we recognize the need for further discussion with our members. We have made changes to the Oscars over the years — including this year — and we will continue to evolve while also respecting the incredible legacy of the last 90 years.”

Sure. We get it, you goofed and now you’ve gotta fix the goof. Word to the wise, shelve this idea permanently. Nothing is going to entice the average moviegoer into watching the Oscars, short of the prospect of them receiving an award for watching.

[h/t Variety]

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Oscar statues in a parking lot across from the Hollywood & Highland Center during preparations for the 89th Academy Awards, in Los Angeles, Feb. 22, 2017. (Monica Almeida/The New York Times)