UPDATE: CIFF44 CANCELLED

While we are saddened that our film loving audience will not have the opportunity to experience CIFF44's amazing films and talented filmmakers, we understand the City's obligation to protect the health and safety of all residents. We regret not having the opportunity to celebrate our three decades at Tower City Center. But we look forward to presenting CIFF45, April 7-18, 2021, at our new and permanent home in Playhouse Square.

While we are saddened that our film loving audience will not have the opportunity to experience CIFF44's amazing films and talented filmmakers, we understand the City's obligation to protect the health and safety of all residents. We regret not having the opportunity to celebrate our three decades at Tower City Center. But we look forward to presenting CIFF45, April 7-18, 2021, at our new and permanent home in Playhouse Square.

While we are saddened that our film loving audience will not have the opportunity to experience CIFF44's amazing films and talented filmmakers, we understand the City's obligation to protect the health and safety of all residents. We regret not having the opportunity to celebrate our three decades at Tower City Center. But we look forward to presenting CIFF45, April 7-18, 2021, at our new and permanent home in Playhouse Square.

While we are saddened that our film loving audience will not have the opportunity to experience CIFF44's amazing films and talented filmmakers, we understand the City's obligation to protect the health and safety of all residents. We regret not having the opportunity to celebrate our three decades at Tower City Center. But we look forward to presenting CIFF45, April 7-18, 2021, at our new and permanent home in Playhouse Square.

While we are saddened that our film loving audience will not have the opportunity to experience CIFF44's amazing films and talented filmmakers, we understand the City's obligation to protect the health and safety of all residents. We regret not having the opportunity to celebrate our three decades at Tower City Center. But we look forward to presenting CIFF45, April 7-18, 2021, at our new and permanent home in Playhouse Square.

Cleveland International Film Festival } March 25 – April 7, 2020 } See Beyond

SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY

 

Year: 2016
Country: USA
Run Time: 93 minutes

SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY
SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY
SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY
SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY

Imagine “E.T.” or “Star Wars” without the sweeping sounds of John Williams, “Back To The Future” without the moving brass of Alan Silvestri, or “Chariots of Fire” without the epic synthesizers of Vangelis. Sure, these films could’ve been decent without the music, but with it they were elevated to a whole new level of awesome. The combination of iconic images and sound has become magically intertwined; one without the other feels empty. This impactful marriage is the focus of SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY, which celebrates the composers whose famous works have been forever seared into our brains. Tracing the roots of mixed media, the movie digs back to the days when theaters had in-house organists and pianists to accompany silent films. It also breaks down the anatomy of some of cinema’s most memorable soundtracks, giving viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the process. Featuring interviews with such artists and film buffs as Leonard Maltin, Quincy Jones, Moby, Danny Elfman, and Ohio’s own Trent Reznor and Mark Mothersbaugh, this comprehensive documentary will thrill film-buffs and music aficionados alike. —E.F.

CIFF41 Screenings

Cedar Lee Theatre 1

Wednesday, April 05, 2017 at 7:00 PM

Tower City Cinemas

Friday, April 07, 2017 at 3:15 PM

Saturday, April 08, 2017 at 11:10 AM

Genre
Recommended for Middle School Students +

Competition
Music Movies Competition

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Director
Matt Schrader

Matt Schrader earned a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Southern California. He works as an investigative journalist, producing and editing pieces for several NBC and CBS affiliates in the Los Angeles area.

Filmography
SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY (2016)

Producers
Robert Kraft, Trevor Thompson, Kenny Holmes, Nate Gold

Cinematography
Kenny Holmes, Nate Gold

Editing
Kenny Holmes, Matt Schrader

Community Partners

Greater Cleveland Film Commission

Heights Arts

Stocker Arts Center

Media Partners

WCLV

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