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  • Editing Pixar's BRAVE - Jul 29,2012

    Editing Pixar's BRAVE - Jul 29,2012

    July 25, 2012, 9:27 am
    The Movie Geeks chat with Nicholas C. Smith about the 5-year process of editing Pixars latest hit Brave. Mr. Smiths achievements will be the subject of a special panel at EditFest LA on August 4...

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    • A Special Request of Our Loyal Listeners
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      A Special Request of Our Loyal Listeners

      July 3, 2016, 8:46 pm
      A Special Request of Our Loyal Listeners. 

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    • The Art of the Score: Elliot Goldenthal
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      The Art of the Score: Elliot Goldenthal

      April 20, 2016, 6:03 pm
      In this episode of the Movie Geeks United! Art of the Score series, Oscar-winning composer Elliot Goldenthal (Alien 3, Michael Collins, Heat, Interview with the Vampire) discusses his impressive work composing music for films and stage.  Score selections include Alien 3, Interview with the Vampire, Heat and Michael Collins. For more information on the Art of the Score series, and a complete listing of guest interviews, visit our official series page.   

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    • The Art of the Score: Jan Hammer
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      The Art of the Score: Jan Hammer

      April 20, 2016, 7:05 am
      In this episode of the Movie Geeks United! Art of the Score series, composer Jan Hammer (Miami Vice, Cocaine Cowboys) discusses his stunning work creating iconic themes for film and television.  For more information on Jan Hammer, visit his official website at www.JanHammer.com.  For more information and a complete episode listing of our Art of the Score series, visit www.moviegeeksunited.net/artofthesocre. 

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    • The Art of the Score: Atticus Ross
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      The Art of the Score: Atticus Ross

      April 4, 2016, 6:23 am
      In this episode of Season 3 of the Movie Geeks United! original series The Art of the Score, we replay our conversation with Oscar-winning composer Atticus Ross (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Gone Girl, The Social Network, The Book of Eli). Includes a selection from his score to The Book of Eli. For more information on The Art of the Score series, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/artofscore.htm.  

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    • The Art of the Score: Donald Rubinstein
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      The Art of the Score: Donald Rubinstein

      March 23, 2016, 4:25 pm
      In this episode of the Movie Geeks United! Art of the Score series, composer Donald Rubinstein (Martin) discusses his impressive work composing music for films, including his multitude of collaborations with George Romero (Night of the Living Dead) and Ed Harris (Pollock).  For more information on Donald Rubinstein, visit his official website at www.DonaldRubinstein.com.  For more information and a complete episode listing of our Art of the Score series, visit www.moviegeeksunited.net...

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    • The Art of the Score: DANIEL PEMBERTON
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      The Art of the Score: DANIEL PEMBERTON

      October 17, 2015, 5:47 am
      Composer Daniel Pemberton (The Counselor, The Man from U.N.C.L.E.) discusses his work on the new film Steve Jobs. 

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    • In Memoriam: JAMES HORNER
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      In Memoriam: JAMES HORNER

      June 22, 2015, 11:47 pm
      The Movie Geeks celebrate the contribution of film composer James Horner by featuring a medley of his works, including themes from Field of Dreams, Braveheart, Star Trek II, Titanic, and many more.  Mr. Horner was killed in plane crash at the age of 61 on June 22, 2015. 

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    • Composer John Debney
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      Composer John Debney

      January 8, 2015, 6:38 am
      The Movie Geeks are honored to welcome master film composer John Debney (No Strings Attached, Houdini) back to the show to discuss his illustrious career, and the new 10-year anniversary edition of his powerful score for The Passion of the Christ. Plus, reviews of new releases including Foxcatcher, The Interview and Force Majeure, as well as discussions on the most anticipated releases of 2015, which television shows might work as feature films, and the best neo-noir films of the 1980s....

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    • JFK Uncut: Editor JOE HUTSHING - Nov 20,2013
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      JFK Uncut: Editor JOE HUTSHING - Nov 20,2013

      March 23, 2014, 11:40 am
      In this uncut interview from the Movie Geeks United celebration of Oliver Stone's groundbreaking film JFK, Academy Award winning editor Joe Hutshing discusses his extraordinary work on the film. Portions of this interview are included in the episode Inside Oliver Stone's JFK, which premieres on Wednesday, November 20 at 10pm EST.

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      Oscar Series 2014: Sound Editor Richard Hymns - Fe

      February 11, 2014, 8:16 pm
      The Movie Geeks speak with three-time Oscar winning sound editor Richard Hymns (Jurassic Park, Saving Private Ryan), who is currently nominated for his stellar work on the film All Is Lost.

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