What music in the movies and series to discover the week of November 9, 2022? / News :: Cinezik.fr

OUTPUTS AT THE THEATER FILM

OUR SELECTION OF THE WEEK WHAT TO SEE AT THE CINEMA FOR THE FILMS And THEIR MUSIC ORIGINAL :

Christopher Spelman reunites with James Gray after “Two Lovers” (2008), “The Immigrant” (2013), “The Lost City of Z” (2017) for this chronicle of 1980s America seen through the eyes of two adolescents from a disadvantaged background. He offers delicate and refined notes on the guitar, full of candor, expressing the fragility of childhood. In addition to this unique original music, the director colored his story with various pre-existing titles, ranging from Antonio Carlos Jobim’s Brazilian samba, an Italian pop melody by Piero Umiliani, to reggae by The Clash (whose track “Armigeon Time” inspired by the title of the film), the nightclub of Ohio Players and Boz Scagges, the classics of Mozart, Bach, Ravel, Tchaikovsky, the punk of The Raincoats, or even the rap of Sugarhill Gang.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

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Michelino Bisceglia signs the music for the Canadian animated film by Tahir Rana & Éric Warin, the story of the German-Jewish artist Charlotte Salomon who lived in southern France between 1941 and 1943. The score offers languid, tragic and lyrical strings, from which a plaintive cello stands out, with a delicate and nostalgic piano, and a discreet klezmer clarinet. We also listen to three German songs rearranged for the film, an aria composed in 1718 by the German musician Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel (“Bist du bei mir”), a lied by Gustav Mahler (“Liebst du um Schönheit”, 1902) and a song by Franz Schubert (“Wanders Nachtlied”, 1827) based on a text by Goethe.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

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Alberto Iglesias finds Icíar Bollaín after “Even the rain” (2011), “Ne dis rien” (2003) and “Yuli” (2019) for this biopic, true story of Maixabel Lasa, widow of a politician murdered by the terrorist organization ETA in 2000, with haunting and dissonant strings, a plaintive cello and a nostalgic piano.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

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Marc Verdaguer retrouve le cinéaste espagnol Albert Serra après “Histoire de ma mort” (2013), “La Mort de Louis XIV” (2016) et “Liberté” (2019) sur ce film envoutant, à la frontière du thriller politique (avec un extraordinaire Benoit Magimel dans le rôle d’un préfet) et de l’essai poétique. Les images sont tout autant hypnotiques que la musique. Un moment musical offre une scène dansée sur “I Like Your Style” de Freddy Butler. 

(Au cinéma le 09-11-2022)

Le groupe français Herman Dune (projet de David Ivar) retrouve Edouard Deluc sur sa nouvelle comédie de Road Movie après “Mariage à Mendoza” (2013) avec des chansons folk fantasques et des instrumentaux bluegrass évoquant le western (guitare, banjo, harmonica, sifflement), particulièrement celui mis en musique par Bob Dylan, “Pat Garrett et Billy le Kid”, sublimant les grands espaces de cette chevauchée fantastique à travers les Pyrénées. 

(Au cinéma le 09-11-2022)

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OTHER FILMS:

Ludwig Göransson finds Ryan Coogler after “Fruitvale Station” (2014), “Creed” (2016) and the first chapter of the Marvel saga “Black Panther” (2018). Rihanna signs the original song “Lift Me Up”.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

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Benoît de Villeneuve and Benjamin Morando sign the music of Florent Gouëlou’s romantic comedy for rare climatic instrumental appearances, while this romance set in the world of Parisian nightlife and drag queens is punctuated by pre-existing titles (you hear Goldfrapp’s “Utopia” for drag show Cookie Kunty, Donna Summer’s “I feel love” during a collective jubilation …).

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

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Guillaume Roussel reunites with Clovis Cornillac after “A little, a lot, blindly” (2015) and “It’s Magnificent!” (2021) on this sequel to the Pierre Lemaitre saga started from “Goodbye up there”. The orchestral score is large, romantic, with the delicate touch of a piano, and the composer had the task of inventing an opera aria (“Un secret”, played by singer Sandrine Piau and keyboardist Randy Kerber).

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

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Stan Lee Cole signs the music of Jeroen Perceval’s Belgian drama with electronic notes poised to represent drug addiction and then to mark fulfillment, tracing the young teenager’s path to redemption.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

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Uele Lamore (Walking on Water, 2021) signs discreet music for the first film and documentary by Marie Perennès and Simon Depardon that accompanies the fluidity of the editing with the pianist Joseph Schiano Di Lombo.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

Valérian Behar-Bonnet, Julien Morin and Xavier Plèche sign the music for Loïc Paillard’s film.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

Ryan Michael Demaree signs the music for Joshua Tickell and Rebecca Harrell Tickell’s documentary which unveils a viable solution to the climate crisis.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

Alejandro Castaños, Mexican composer, signs the music for Diana Cardozo’s Mexican drama.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

Jean-Paul Dessy signs the music for Patric Jean’s Franco-Belgian documentary, a poetic walk around the Mediterranean Sea lulled by the voice of Jacques Gamblin on the question of man’s control of nature. Halfway between “Méditerranée” by Jean-Daniel Pollet (music by Antoine Duhamel) and “Koyaanisqatsi” by Godfrey Reggio (music by Philip Glass), the musical presence is rare but regular, which draws a common thread from a disturbing cello for ending with a lyrical voice.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)


Olivier Goujon signs the music for his film as he did for the previous ones (“The French, the first French superheroes”, “The skin of evils”, “8”, “Permaculture in France, an art of living for Tomorrow”) .

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

Michel Laporte signs the music for Robert Coudray’s comedy.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)


Martin Wheeler meets Edouard Mauriat in this documentary.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

NEW FILMS TO SEE AT HOME

In this Chilean animated film by Cristóbal León and Joaquín Cociña we hear popular German songs, an opera by Richard Wagner and a lullaby by Johannes Brahms.

Exclusively on MUBI (09-11-2022)

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Romain Trouillet signs the music for Guillaume Pierret’s action film which he called André Dziezuk in his first opera “Lost Ball” (2020).

Exclusively on Netflix (10-11-2022)

Nathan Lanier signs the music for Janeen Damian’s romantic comedy.

Exclusively on Netflix (10-11-2022)


Jeff and Mychael Danna find Nora Twomey in this Irish animated film after “Parvana, a childhood in Afghanistan” (2018).

Exclusively on Netflix (11-11-2022)

NEW SERIES OR SEASONS

Martin Phipps signs the music for seasons 3 and 4, succeeding in this Peter Morgan and Stephen Daldry series on Queen Elizabeth II to Rupert Gregson-Williams (season 1) and Lorne Balfe (season 2) while Hans Zimmer composed the main theme .

Season 5 on Netflix (09-11-2022)

Michael Giacchino, Mick Giacchino & Curtis Green sign the music for the series (consisting of several animated short films) by Trent Correy & Josie Trinidad which follows the film “Zootopia” (2016)

6 episodes on Disney + (09-11-2022)

Evgueni and Sacha Galperine sign the music for Cyril Mennegun’s miniseries with a culminating soundtrack that leaves anguish and mystery floating around. We hear Raphael’s “Caravan” listened to by the characters.

3 episodes on ARTE (on 11-10-2022)

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Steve Mazzaro and Hans Zimmer sign the music for David E. Kelley’s detective series directed by Barry Levinson.

8 episodes about Peacock (11-10-2022)


Chris Roe signs the music for Daniel Brierley’s British series.

6 episodes of the Canal + series (11-10-2022)


Takeshi Furukawa signs the music for the Charlie Day series and Rob McElhenney.

Season 3 on Apple TV + (11-11-2022)


Nicolas Weil, Sylvain Ohrel and Alexandre Lier (LoW Entertainment) sign the music for David André’s comic series.

8 episodes on France TV Slash (11-11-2022)


Jeff Cardoni signs the music for Melody Fox’s anthological, familiar and futuristic series.

14 episodes on Apple TV + (11-11-2022)


Graham Coxon signs the music for James Richardson’s British series directed by Stephanie Laing.

6 episodes on Amazon Prime Video (11-11-2022)

Series by Morgan Cooper, Malcolm Spellman and TJ Brady, remake in a more dramatic format of the hit sitcom “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” (1990-1996).

10 episodes on SALTO (11-11-2022)


Greg Laporta and Daniel Licht participate in the soundtrack of this detective series by Jon Bokenkamp.

Season 8 on Netflix (13-11-2022)


Brian Tyler signs the music for this western series directed by Taylor Sheridan for Paramount Network.

Season 5 on SALTO (14-11-2022)


Arnar Guðjónsson signs the music for Cyril Dion’s environmental series directed by Thierry Robert.

3 episodes on Art (11-15-2022)

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COME BACK

A great fan of jazz, Louis Malle asks jazz trumpeter Miles Davis, passing through Paris, to improvise for a night with his quintet (Kenny Clarke on drums, Frenchman Barney Wilen – tenor saxophone, René Urtreger – piano and Pierre Michelot – double bass) the musical accompaniment of his detective film. An oppressive climate contributes to the development of a disturbing thriller, where the atmosphere takes precedence over the plot twists. The film focuses on the wanderings of a woman (Jeanne Moreau), with sequences in which we see her walking aimlessly through the streets of Paris at night. Mile Davis’ trumpet then becomes like her inner monologue. She prolongs her wandering mood.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

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Unique collaboration between Georges Delerue and Louis Malle including 4 original songs performed by Brigitte Bardot and Jeanne Moreau to texts by Jean-Claude Carrière (“Paris! Paris!”, “Ah! Les p’tites Femmes de Paris”, “Maria! Maria! “,” The Irishman “).

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

Louis Malle calls Erik Satie (Trois Gymnopédies, Six Gnossiennes) in his play.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)


Henri Lanoë signs the music for Louis Malle’s detective film.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

Louis Malle evokes in his play the Sextet for strings n. 1 in B flat major opus 18 by Johannes Brahms.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)


Louis Malle evokes the jazz of Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and Sidney Bechet.

(At Cinema on 09-11-2022)

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