Infinitely Polar Bear Soundtrack Is Out Now On Lakeshore Records! Download Here: [iTunes]
Congratulations Infinitely Polar Bear (Sony Pictures Classics) on its NAACP Image Awardnominations! The film received two nominations: “Outstanding Independent Motion Picture,” and “Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture” for Zoe Saldana. Congrats to all the nominees!
SoundWorks Collection recently interviewed Randall Poster, Music Supervisor on Infinitely Polar Bear. Prior to Infinitely Polar Bear, Randall worked on such films as The Grand Budapest Hotel and Boyhood, both Academy Award®-winning films of last year. Listen to him talk about music supervision on big budget and indie films. SoundWorks Collection is dedicated to profiling the greatest and upcoming sound minds from around the world and highlight their contributions.
Pink Martini frontwoman China Forbes has written and recorded a song for a film, but not just any movie. Rather, her sister Maya wrote and directed the critically acclaimed new film Infinitely Polar Bear, starring Mark Rufallo and Zoe Saldana, which is based on the sisters’ life with their manic depressive father. The song itself is a sweet, gentle little tune, and Forbes was intent on making both the track and the accompanying video as personal as possible. –Popmatters
Infinitely Polar Bear (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is out now via Lakeshore Records. Watch the new music video for “The Northern Line” performed by China Forbes of Pink Martini exclusively now at Popmatters. Infinitely Polar Bear, directed by Maya Forbes and starring Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana is now playing in theaters near you. Find a theater at Sony Pictures Classics’ Infinitely Polar Bear film site. See more soundtrack details below.
Maya Forbes’ Loving Semi-Autobiographical Film Features Songs Curated By ‘Boyhood’ Music Supervisor Randall Poster, Score By Theodore Shapiro And An Exclusive Original Song By Pink Martini’s China Forbes
Set in the the late 1970s, the film conveys the decade thanks to the spot on costume design from Kasia Walicka-Maimone and a fantastic soundtrack featuring songs from George Harrison, Ike and Tina Tuner, and The Doc Watson Family. Infinitely Polar Bear may take place in the 1970s, but writer/director Maya Forbes creates a timeless story of what it means to be a family – no matter what decade you are living in. –Film School Rejects
Infinitely Polar Bear (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is out now via Lakeshore Records. Preview the soundtrack with songs curated by Randall Poster, music supervisor on Academy Award®-winning films Boyhood and The Grand Budapest Hotel, and score by Theodore Shapiro (Spy, The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, Marley & Me). See below for soundtrack details. A Sony Pictures Classics release, Paper Street Film and Park Pictures present, in association with Bad Robot and KGB Media: Infinitely Polar Bear now playing in theaters (check show times).
Maya Forbes’ Infinitely Polar Bear is a film of great love and heart. Many movies released nowadays are well-made, yet lack heart, so to find one like Infinitely Polar Bear is a rarity. –RoboApocalypse
The heartwarming Infinitely Polar Bear is now playing in select theaters (check show times). Starring Mark Ruffalo (The Avengers, Zodiac) and Zoe Saldana (Guardians of the Galaxy, The Words), Imogene Wolodarsky and Ashley Aufderheide, Infinitely Polar Bear is scored by The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty composer Theodore Shapiro and features the song “The Northern Line” by China Forbes of Pink Martini. With music curated lovingly by Randall Poster, music supervisor on last year’s Academy Award®-winning films Boyhood and The Grand Budapest Hotel featuring music suitable for a 1970s-era family dramedy, the autobiographical story is based on director Maya Forbes and sister China Forbes’ childhood experience living with a manic-depressive father.
See film reviews and soundtrack details below.
Run Of The Mill (George Harrison)
The Oogum Boogum Song (Brenton Wood)
A Fool In Love (Ike & Tina Turner)
Your Man (Jerry ‘Swamp Dogg’ Williams)
Doomsday (Elvis Perkins in Dearland)
The Northern Line (China Forbes)
Your Long Journey (The Doc Watson Family)
Down By The Riverside (Snooks Eaglin)
Jonah, Come Out The Wilderness (Roaring Lion with Cyril Monrose String Orchestra)