|Gravity film score stream|
2013-09-23 by Voivod STAFF | 21 Replies | 1680 Views
English film music composer Steven Price is streaming his new film score Gravity at Wired.
Gravity is Alfonso CuarÃ³nâ€™s new film, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, and the plot revolves around the horror of human isolation and survival in space.
Price commented on the film score as follows:
Alfonso was always very determined that the soundtrack be immersive. As you sit in the theatre, the score literally moves around you and seeks to complement the weightless movement of the outer space visuals. We want you to feel within the experience. In order to achieve this, we recorded separately a wide range of elements, including glass harmonicas, voices, and string and brass sections of various sizes so as to allow a lot of freedom in both movement and also post-recording processing. Elements come and go, pulsate and transform, and follow the movements onscreen in a way that will hopefully add to the total cinematic experience of Gravity.
The film score has been officially released on September 17, while the movie will hit the theaters on October 4.
Film score stream: http://www.wired.com/underwire/2013/09/gravity-movie-soundtrack/
Absolutely buzzing for the film. Alfonso Cuaron is one of the greatest directors of this decade.
^word. I'll be interested to hear this but I reckon I'll wait for the full effect in the cinema
I just remembered that CuarÃ³n had directed Y Tu MamÃ¡ TambiÃ©n in 2001, which was an awesome "independent" film.
Will check Gravity for sure, when it arrives in Greece.
I really need to go see this movie.
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Looks like a brilliant film
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The trailer I saw in front of Prisoners was one of the most intense things I've seen all year. Psyched for this movie.
this movie has the potential to be great but also a lot of potential to be a huge disappointment depending on how they do the special effects (because this is obviously a special effects movie)
but i have a little faith in cauron so im tentatively excited
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seems like it's going to be pretty damn good.
"Absolutely buzzing for the film. Alfonso Cuaron is one of the greatest directors of this decade."
He hasn't had a film since 2007 but OK
Best director of the last decade sure
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idk usually the mean score has to be somewhere in the mid 50th and 60th percentile for a film to actually be good. im scared this film is going to be all show and no substance, which is what those scores kind of point towards
"Best director of the last decade sure"
gaspar noe dude, its not even a contest
Isn't that the dude that makes movies that make you want to kill yourself
I still need to see Children of Men
i guess, enter the void is the crowning achievement of 21st century cinema at the moment. there will be entire books written about the both the technical and thematic elements of that film in about 10 years.
yes you do
I'll watch that if someone forces me to
This movie is going to be great!
Children of Men movie>>>>>> Book. One of the few times I will ever say that.
this movie is so fucking great, definitely my MOTY 2013. Watch it in 3D in theaters everybody. damn. I wanna go again. so many beautifully constructed shots, the opening shot takes 13 minutes (
My MOTY too. This film is unlike anything I've ever seen before.
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