Singing Life of Pi: Bombay Jayashri's high Cs on the high seas

The voice behind Ang Lee’s blockbuster brings Indian classical music to the Sydney Opera House.

Rust and Bone: The Film Soundtrack (Alexandre Desplat)

The prolific French composer is moving into grittier territory with films like Zero Dark Thirty, and although Rust and Bone isn’t a walk in the park his signature sparse, eloquent orchestration remains largely unchanged.

The music of Jaws: an interview with John Williams

The legendary film composer on how two simple notes have terrified millions of moviegoers.

Classical music at the movies: 10 great moments in film

Classical music and opera have a special role to play in these scenes.

The Artist wins Oscar for Best Film Score

Silent film finds its voice in the modern age. Plus, see the complete list of Academy Award winners.

Silent film's composer hailed an artist

Ludovic Bource's acclaimed score for The Artist draws as much from Brahms as from Hitchcock.

John Williams: The Adventures of Tintin (Soundtrack)

Musical adventure: John Williams takes on a cartoon legend.

Score for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo revealed

Rocker-turned-composer Trent Reznor unveils music for David Fincher's much-hyped film.

The best classical music in videogames

These 12 games demonstrate why music for Xbox has bested the Hollywood film score.

Margaret & David's Top 10 Movie Scores

At the Movies co-hosts choose their favourite film scores... Will they agree at last?

The King's Speech: original motion picture soundtrack (Alexandre Desplat)

Desplat conveys through music the restrained angst and regal grandeur of the film's hero.
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