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Music in Films

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Music in Films

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  1. Music in Films A pitch by John Smith

  2. Main Focus • To show the importance music has in making a film • To possibly look at films without music and see how they differ • To look at how iconic film scores have been referenced in mainstream media • To inform people who are in the dark

  3. Source Material • Composer Bernard Herrmann did the score for the iconic shower scene in Psycho against the wishes of Hitchcock who wanted the scene to be silent. • The score for Jaws remains the most iconic noise in cinema even after 39 years • Celine Dion's track for the Titanic sold more than 15 million copies and is synonymous with the film

  4. More Support • Singing in the Rain, The Sound of Music, Grease and many more are regarded as cinema classics and are fundamentally built around music • The Bee Gees tracks littered the 70’s classic film Saturday Night Fever thus becoming the first example of Cross-media marketing • Toy Story, James Bond, Star Wars, Mission Impossible, Spaghetti Westerns, Space Odyssey, Pulp Fiction, The Great Escape, Train Spotting, The Lion King and many many more films are related to songs equally if not more famous than themselves

  5. Approach • Informative Tone • Medium Pace • Informal Language • Iconic Music excerpts from films mentioned • Target Audience – film and music enthusiasts • Package linked by presenter

  6. Content • Three Interviews with people of an informed position to comment • Copious amounts of references to classic films through constant change of bed much and use of sound bytes • Strong script for the presenter to lead with including facts and popular opinions

  7. Research Possibilities • BBC program • Guardian report • The general public • Internet

  8. Interviews • Vox Pops with the public • Helen Stewart from BBC Arts & Culture • Scott D. Lipscomb, Professor of Music Education and Co-Editor of “The Psychology of Music in Multimedia” • Miss Morrison, my old Music teacher • Would also like to get the views of a Director but no names as yet

  9. The End