In a video interview from SOCAN’s 2017 Canadian Screen Awards reception, CSA nominee Peter Chapman (a.k.a. Coins) – one of SOCAN’s #ComposersWhoScore – talks about the collaborative musical work he did with 2017 CSA winner Robert Carli on the nominated TV program Wynnona Earp; how his re-mixing work (which went viral for his Daft Science mixtape that covered Beastie Boys songs using only Daft Punk samples) colours his screen scoring; and what’s next for him.
In a video interview from SOCAN’s 2017 Canadian Screen Awards reception, CSA nominees Geoff Bennet & André Hirz (a.k.a. Longo Hai) – two of SOCAN’s #ComposersWhoScore – talk about working together with eccentric vocalist Mary Margaret O’Hara on their nominated score for the nature documentary Moose: A Year in the Life of a Twig Eater; working on the long-running TV program Max & Ruby; and how, after 20 years, Moose has allowed them to create their first soundtrack album (available here).
In a video interview from SOCAN’s 2017 Canadian Screen Awards reception, CSA nominee Steve London – one of SOCAN’s #ComposersWhoScore – talks about the musical work he did with fellow SOCAN member screen composers David Braid and Todor Kobakov on the thrice-nominated movie Born to be Blue; what he learned by studying with legendary film composers like Elmer Bernstein; and his next project, a videogame with a big-band music score.