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.



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 SOCAN video interview from the 2017 JUNO Awards nominations media conference, Pop Album of the Year nominee (for his debut album Summerland) Coleman Hell briefly discusses the nomination, audience reaction on tour, the effect of touring on songwriting, and his writing process.