In the Tracks of / Bandes Originales is a documentary series dedicated to the greatest film music composers.
How a film score is created? How is it “made”?
The series aims to explore the relations between music and cinema and to propose a deeper thought upon the creative process. Famous composers are privileged witnesses. Thanks to their great experience, they are able to share their passion with us while analyzing the field and scope of their work.

 

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24-hour streaming period
film only
watch on computer, TV,
mobile, and tablet

watch or download anytime
+ bonus: concert, interviews, etc
watch on computer, TV,
mobile, and tablet

bonus : concert, interviews, etc
16 pages booklet,
texts + photos (french & english)
 

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Bandes Originales / In the Tracks of : Maurice Jarre – 76min
60 years of successful career, 200 film scores, 70 years of theater … From the most beautiful hours of TNP to the Academy Awards of Lawrence of Arabia and Doctor Zhivago, Maurice Jarre is a film legend.
He lived between Switzerland and Los Angeles where he invited the audience to a private interview in the heart of his creative universe. In front of his piano, facing a magnificent landscape which surrounds him, he tells the audience about his life made of music, uplifting them into the deepest of his memories.


Bonus:
 
Interviews (93 min) –
Conversation with Maurice Jarre (33 min) –
 
Language & subtitles:
French & English
 
Production:
2008

Intervenants:
 
Jonathan ALLEN – Sound engineer at Abbey Road / UK
Laurence BADIE – Actress / France
Jacques DORFMANN – Director / France
David LEAN – Director / UK
Stéphane LEROUGE – Film music specialist / France
Adrian LYNE – Director / USA
George MILLER – Director / Australia
Jean-Pierre MOCKY – Director / France
Jean ROCHEFORT – Actor / France
Omar SHARIF – Actor / France
Volker SCHLÖNDORFF – Director / Germany
Peter WEIR – Director / Australia

 


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