Learn how to play“High Life”from Apple Original Film,Flora and Son! This is another memorable song from the film–performed on screen by the film’s stars Eve Hewson (“Flora”), Orén Kinlan (“Max”), Joseph Gordon-Levitt (“Jeff”) and Jack Reynor (“Ian”). Find out how you can learn to play this song on guitar by John Carney, Gary Clark and Eve Hewson! Watch the step-by-step instructions guided byLakeshore Records‘ James Rokas, complete with guitar tabs.
James has also posted the chords at Ultimate Guitar, but we have his full Gary Clark-approved guitar tabs below!
“Michelle Danner’s “Miranda’s Victim”… resist the padding often seen in television’s cottage industry of limited series true crime offerings.” – RogerEbert.com
Holly Amber Church’s acclaimed score to Miranda’s Victim has been released digitally worldwide! The HMMA Award-nominated score arrives on the heels of the film’s recent limited theatrical and VOD release. For long-time readers of Soundtracks, Scores and More, you may recall Church’s memorable Emmy-nominated main title theme to Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities anthology. Keep reading for more album details.
Directed by Michelle Danner, the film stars Abigail Breslin, Ryan Phillippe, Luke Wilson, Emily VanCamp, Mireille Enos, Enrique Murciano, Josh Bowman, Brent Sexton, Sebastian Quinn, Taryn Manning, Nolan Gould, Dan Lauria, Michael Mulheren, Special Appearance by Kyle MacLachlan with Andy Garcia and Donald Sutherland. Miranda’s Victim made its world premiere at the Santa Barbara Film Festival earlier this year.
“Holly’s beautiful and haunting score delivers an emotional force that makes you feel heartbreak and gives you the power to fight for what’s right.” – Michelle Danner
Learn how to play“Meet In The Middle”from Apple Original Film,Flora and Son! A highlight of the film is watching Eve Hewson (“Flora”) and Joseph Gordon-Levitt (“Jeff”) perform Gary Clark and John Carney’s song on screen, and now you can, too, with step-by-step instructions and detailed guitar tabs (below). Meet your host:Lakeshore Records‘ James Rokas.
James has also posted the chords at Ultimate Guitar, but we have his full John Carney-approved guitar tabs below!
Davis Guggenheim’s Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie won big at the Eighth Annual Critic’s Choice Documentary Awards! The ceremony, which is an offshoot of the Critic’s Choice Awards (held in January 2024), recognizes the “finest in cinematic and television achievement.” Lakeshore Records partners won 9 awards across 4 documentaries, which include wins from Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie, The Deepest Breath, Being Mary Tyler Moore, and the upcoming The Last Repair Shop. The Deepest Breath (Nainita Desai) and The Last Repair Shop (Katya Richardson & Kris Bowers) also received a Best Score nomination in addition to the wins. View all the wins below.
It has taken 10 years for the arrival of Mushka, the animated short illustrated by Disney legend Andreas Deja and inspired by the Disney classic, 101 Dalmatians. Featuring score by Fabrizio Mancinelli, Mancinelli recently received the nomination for Best Original Song – Short Film for this year’s Hollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA). Muskha made its film festival premiere at the San Francisco International Film Festival this year. Subscribe for further details coming soon.
MUSHKA tells the story of the Ukrainian girl Sarah who raises a Siberian tiger during the 1970s. She calls him Mushka, when she discovers an “M” shaped birthmark on the tiger cub’s forehead. The word Mushka is a Russian term of endearment, like sweetheart.
As the tiger grows into adulthood, Sarah finds out that a few shady people in the village plan to kill and sell him for profit. In an effort to save him she takes Mushka deep into the forest to the same spot where she found him as an orphaned cub. Sarah hopes that her tiger will stay in the forest and learn how to be a wild animal, far away from any humans.
Other characters in the film include Sarah’s grandmother, her father as well as Alex, a local Siberian boy.
The story’s theme can be summed up like this: Having to let go of someone you love is the hardest thing, but life has a way to provide hope and happiness again.