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Music in Cinema - 01

Music in Cinema - 01

carlos alan eperon

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Music in Cinema is a new podcast that explores songs and scores used in cinema. Each episode features a special guest and an in-detail discussion on 7 tracks and films.

For our first episode, host Carlos Eperon has invited Sven Peetoom, an Indonesian-Dutch film director and screenwriter whose work we have been following over recent years. Sven put forward an eclectic selection; from a Nu jazz score in The Cinematic Orchestra’s version of Man with a Movie Camera, to the classic Eurodance track Think About the Way featured in Trainspotting, through Beethoven’s 7th Symphony used in the closing scene of Irréversible.

Films:

◽ Man With a Movie Camera by Dziga Vertov
◽ Monos by Alejandro Landes
◽ Time of the Gypsies by Emir Kusturica
◽ Holy Motors by Leos Carax
◽ Werckmeister Harmonies by Béla Tarr and Ágnes Hranitzky
◽ Irréversible by Gaspar Noé
◽ Trainspotting by Danny Boyle

Music:

◽ Man With a Movie Camera by The Cinematic Orchestra
◽ Guerreros by Mica Levi
◽ Ederlezi by Goran Bregović
◽ Let My Baby Ride by Doctor L
◽ Valuska by Mihály Vig
◽ 7th Symphony by Beethoven
◽ Think About the Way by ICE MC

Artwork by Paula Martínez
Jingle by Joep Hurkmans