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While we continue our month looking at stop-motion films, we can’t help but stop and take a closer look at the tumultuous and oftentimes controversial 2019 Oscars. In part one of our two-part The Cinematic Schematic 2019 Oscar special, Sound Trek host Alexandra Bohannon and co-host Caleb Masters sit down to discuss the 2019 Best Original Score nominees and what makes each score one of the year’s best.
Which of these scores stands the best chance at a win? Tune in to get our thoughts and analysis on each nomination in the Best Original Score category!
Today’s Sound Trek Selections
Black Panther, Ludwig Göransson – “Wakanda”
Isle of Dogs, Alexandre Desplat – “Six Months Later + Dog Fight”
Mary Poppins Returns,Marc Shaiman – “Overture”
BlackKklansman, Terence Blanchard – “Blut und Boden (Blood and Soil)”
If Beale Street Could Talk, Nicholas Britell- “Eden (Harlem)”
BONUS – Vice, Nicholas Britell – “Main Title Orchestra Suite”
The “Evil Triad” in the BlackKklansman score
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