Wed Dec 18, 2013 2:23 pm Post subject: Fimucite 8 Press releases
FIMUCITÉ VIII will be devoted to legendary TV series and Batman´s 75th anniversary
Tenerife’s International Film Music Festival (FIMUCITÉ) will pay tribute to these important highlights
Tickets are already on sale for the two great symphonic concerts, which will be celebrated at the Tenerife’s Auditorium
Emmy award winner for “The Tudors” and “The Borgias”, Trevor Morris, will attend the Festival and delight the audience with these scores, together with his music for “The Vikings” and “The Pillars of the Earth”
December 18, 2013.- FIMUCITÉ, held from July 4th until the 12th, sponsored by Cabildo Insular, Gobierno de Canarias and Santa Cruz City Hall, will be dedicated to the most recognized music for TV series that have accompanied generations, and to the 75th anniversary of Batman, the popular comic character, widely adapted for the cinema along the last decades.
Diego Navarro, composer and director of the Festival will conduct the Tenerife’s Symphony Orchestra in both symphonic concerts on July 11th and July 12th at the Tenerife’s Auditorium. Both subjects complexity and range will ensure a great gathering of different generations like never before in FIMUCITÉ. For this reason tickets are already available as a Christmas present for the first time in the history of FIMUCITÉ.
On the other hand, Trevor Morris, composer of The Borgias, The Tudor, The Pillars of the Earth or The Vikings, has confirmed his attendance, joining the list of great names that have already graced the Festival with their presence. Morris is also a musical producer and Hans Zimmer’s former assistant. He has also written some music for Jerry Bruckheimer’s video games “SimCity Societies”, “Army of Two” or “Need for Speed: Carbon”.
For the second year in a row FIMUCITÉ will celebrate FIMUCINEMA, which awards the best soundtrack written for fiction.
All feature films, documentaries and TV Shows, which have been produced after 1st January 2012, not previously distributed commercially or screened in any festival in Spain, can enter the Official Section Competition. The due date for submission is May 15th. Natural persons or legal entities holding the rights to the films will soon find the entry form and download it at Fimucité website www.fimucite.com.
_________________ "Believe it or not, I do try to do some good in the community." -Alonzo Harris
ELLIOT GOLDENTHAL COMPLETES THE LUXURY COMPOSERS LINE-UP FOR FIMUCITÉ 8
May 23, 2014.- Elliot Goldenthal, Academy Award® winner for “Frida,” will attend the 8th edition of FIMUCITÉ as guest star for the Batman Tribute at the Closing Gala Concert.
The versatile composer, worldly renowned for his works for orchestra, theater, opera, ballet and film, will close a luxury line-up in the 8th edition of FIMUCITÉ being held on Saturday, July 12th. There, he will share the stage with living legends of film music such as Antón García Abril, Lee Holdridge and Paul Williams.
Goldenthal received an Academy Award® and a Golden Globe Award for his score for “Frida,” directed by Julie Taymor, having also received Oscar® nominations for the film original song “Burn It Blue” with lyrics by Taymor. In addition, he received Oscar® nominations for his music for Neil Jordan’s “Interview with the Vampire” and “Michael Collins.” Also notable among his more than 30 film scores, are Michael Mann’s “Public Enemies” and “Heat,” Neil Jordan’s “The Butcher Boy,” David Fincher’s “Alien³,” Joel Schumacher’s “Batman Forever” and “Batman & Robin,” and Julie Taymor’s “The Tempest,” “Across The Universe” and “Titus”.
Goldenthal is also distinguished for his stage works such as his ballets “Othello” (1996) and “Grendel” (2006) as well as his large-scale symphonic piece “Fire Water Paper: A Vietnam Oratorio,” a commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, and the theatrical production “Juan Darién: A Carnival Mass,” which was directed by Taymor.
He will be honored at the FIMUCITÉ Closing Gala, which will be held at the Tenerife Auditorium “Adan Martin,” where the Symphony Orchestra of Tenerife and the Tenerife Film Choir, conducted by Diego Navarro, will pay tribute to Batman’s musical legacy, including the cinematographic and television filmography of the character.
Goldenthal most recently composed the original music for a production of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream directed by Julie Taymor for Theatre for a New Audience in Fall 2013. His Symphony in G-Sharp Minor had its world premiere with the Pacific Symphony in Costa Mesa, California in May 2014. _________________ "Believe it or not, I do try to do some good in the community." -Alonzo Harris
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