Filmic 22: Sean Wilson explores the extraordinary evolution of film music
Posted on Thu 19 May by Sean Wilson
As part of his season curating the history of the film soundtrack, Bristol-based journalist Sean Wilson talks more about his relationship with film music. With his new book, The Sound of Cinema, due for release in May, Sean explores the medium’s evolution and its extraordinary ability to encapsulate and encode all manner of complex, intangible emotions.
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