Posted by Richard "RB" Botto

Happy First Sunday of 2020!

I hope everyone had a wonderful start to the New Year and is now ready to get to work and make some magic in 2020. I've got a hot cup of coffee and am ready to bring you some fresh content this Sunday. 

2019 was a huge year for film and television. Among all the amazing stories told this past year, one epic tale also came to a close: Game of Thrones. While the series may be over, the theme song still plays on in our heads. Take a journey with the mind behind the music of Game of Thrones, composer Ramin Djawadi. Ramin talks about how he chose specific instruments to build characters and moments (and more!). 

Next up, where are all my editors out there? This next piece of content comes from the makers of Avid, who sit down with editor Gary Dollner (Fleabag, Veep, Killing Eve) to talk shop about cutting comedies. As we all know, comedy is all about timing - and editors are a vital element to making (or breaking) funny moments on television. 

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Game of Thrones - A Story in a Score


Avid: Making the Cut - Gary Dollner Talks Editing Comedies


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