If you’ve found your way here, you’re a film music fan and you’ve discovered our international profile. This is not just for Norwegians, but also for an international audience — hence our English-language episodes once in a while.
In this forum, you’re free to talk about anything film and film music-related. Comments on our shows or reviews (as of now only in Norwegian), or any other topic that interests you within this field.
But first — why not introduce yourself! Who are you, where are you from and what film music do you like?
I just wanted to state the obvious: C&C releases are a blessing and make the world a better place.
However, going through registration I noticed that the text frames are white, and the surrounding frames are too, so I found that a little difficult to take in visually. No matter. It might by my eyes or my screen.
There was fresh snow tomorrow here in western Germany. Hopefully winter’s last stand. temperatures are increasing.
another fellow from Germany here (who actually likes this weather, than the usual rain ;-)) and I happen to help build this nice place respectively the look of it.
The frames are actually lightgray but depending on the screen and brightness used it could be a bit hard to see. Is this an issue as the frame borders actually are not that important. If it is a huge issue we certainly can adjust that a bit.
Interested to see how this forum develops, and would be particularly interested to hear about Norwegian and other Scandinavian film music-related news.
I’m a Scotsman who used to work in England and lives in Wales. But then you knew this already.
I’ve been listening to film music ‘seriously’ since I first heard John Williams’ STAR WARS back in 1977. But, looking back on it now, my enjoyment of the genre started even before this – I had a keen interest in TV themes and that interest would sometimes be higher for the theme than for the show itself. I’m a big fan of music giants such as Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Goldsmith, Elliot Goldenthal and Howard Shore, but my tastes are quite broad.
I try and keep my own film music review blog ‘ticking over’ with reviews and awards news – https://reelmusic.wordpress.com – and, in this blog I try and highlight some of the lesser-known scores from smaller films.
Looking forward to seeing how this forum develops over the coming weeks and months.