For Earth Day 2017, we take a look at movies with climate change, environmental impact and social responsibility themes, plus a film which reminds us about the beautify and power of mother nature: Leonardo DiCaprio’s Before The Flood and The 11th Hour, Jennifer Peedom’s award-winning Sherpa documentary, and Frank Hall Green’sbreathtaking Wildlike drama. More details below.
Catch up on the latest soundtracks and film scores out now on Lakeshore Records! And because we love movie music, may we suggest some films of Lakeshore releases available now on Blu-ray, VOD and streaming platforms? From Patriots Day (score by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross) to Wild Horses (score by Timothy Williams) to the Academy Award®-nominated Captain Fantastic movie (score by Alex Somers), there’s enough to set you up for a road trip playlist and lazy weekends! Check them out below.
Lakeshore Records congratulates Music Supervisors Nora Felder (Netflix’s “Stranger Things”) and Chris Douridas (Bleecker Street’s Captain Fantastic) on their Guild of Music Supervisors Awards wins! The seventh annual Guild of Music Supervisors Awards took place on Thursday, February 16 in Los Angeles. See the full list at The Hollywood Reporter. Congratulations to all the nominees and winners!
Congratulations to Illustrators Emma Bergin and Ingibjörg Birgisdóttir, and to Lakeshore’s Art Director John Bergin for being selected to the Communication Arts 2017 Illustration Competition Shortlist for their album artwork on Lakeshore Records’ co-release (with Invada Records UK) of the Captain Fantastic and Mr. Robot soundtracks, respectively. Nearly 4,000 submissions this year have been shortlisted to 1,258 this week.
Critics say Viggo Mortensen’s role as the off-the-grid patriarch in Captain Fantastic is his best role yet, and the Golden Globe® nomination is our evidence! See what critics have said:
“Viggo Mortensen get the role he was born to play.” – Variety
“Viggo Mortensen is a marvel in Captain Fantastic.” – USA Today
“The movie truly belongs to Mortensen; fierce and tender and tremendously flawed, he’s fantastic.” EW.com