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Sinister Teljes Film 12



12 Years a Slave is the original soundtrack album to the 2013 film 12 Years a Slave starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Dano, and Lupita Nyong'o. The record contains twenty-one tracks from the original film score written and composed by Hans Zimmer. Despite its limited release, critical acclaim has been given to the score from the film industry. The score was nominated for the 2013 Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score,[1] and won the 2013 Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association award for Best Score.[2]




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Having been interested in each other's work for some time, director Steve McQueen approached composer Hans Zimmer to write the score to 12 Years a Slave after filming had completed, explaining, "We had a mysterious conversation a couple of years back where [McQueen] told me he was working on something and asked me if I was even remotely interested in working with him," says Zimmer.[3] Zimmer, however, expressed reluctance to accept the offer feeling he wasn't the right person for the job. Zimmer explained, "I felt I wasn't the guy, in a way. It was such an important, heavy, incredible subject. [...] It took a bit of persuading from [McQueen] to give me the confidence to do it".[4] On April 30, 2013, it was officially announced that Zimmer was scoring the film.[5]


Director Steve McQueen liked the mood of Zimmer's music from The Thin Red Line, which itself became a starting point for discussion and development regarding the mood for 12 Years a Slave. McQueen explained, "He was my refuge when I was in L.A. The first two meetings were about five hours each. Then I think we had three two-hour conversations on the phone. And not a musical note was played. After that, [Zimmer] said, 'I think I've got something.' Somehow, through the talking, he captured the atmosphere of the film."[6]


The score was widely admired and thought of as a contender for the Academy Award for Best Original Score at the 86th Academy Awards.[8][9][10] Yet, the score failed to receive a nomination for the 86th Academy Awards. However, the film did receive a nomination for the 2013 Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score, as well as a win for the 2013 Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Score.


Christopher Orr of The Atlantic praised the score most highly stating, "the score by Hans Zimmer represents his best work in years, an eerie, discomfiting soundscape that buzzes like angry locusts and drums like approaching thunder."[13] Mark Kermode of The Observer highlights the significance of music in the piece writing, "More significant still is the role of music (composer Hans Zimmer earned one of the film's 10 Bafta nominations this week), with McQueen building upon the experiments of Shame to explore further the dramatic depths of song" [14] Ed Gonzalez of Slant Magazine praised the score and said "The film's immaculate score, by Hans Zimmer, and sound design, so thick with thunder, wind, the chirping of crickets, hammers beating nails into wood, whips tearing black bodies to shreds, work in tandem to strongly convey the bucolic, sinister atmosphere of the antebellum South."[15]


The Sundance Film Festival returns for another hybrid festival, Jan. 19-29 with more than 100 feature films plus almost as many short films from nearly two dozen countries. What's more, there is welcome diversity in storytelling as more than half of this year's selections are directed (or codirected) by women; nearly half of the filmmakers are people of color; and almost a quarter of the films are helmed by LGBTQ or non-binary identifying talent.


The festival will host the World Premieres of a few dozen films available only at in person screenings. These include "Cassandro," starring Gael Garcia Bernal as a gay amateur wrestler, "Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields," a documentary about the actress, and "The Pod Generation," starring Emilia Clarke and Chiwetel Ejiofor as parents in the future who can "share their pregnancies via detachable artificial wombs." (The film has already won the Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize.)


For those with FOMO, rest assured that more than 75 feature films and all nine of the shorts programs (six live-action, one animation, one documentary and one Midnight) are available to view from the red carpet in your living room from Jan. 24-30. Moreover, episodic content, such as, "The Night Logan Woke Up," by Canadian enfante terrible, Xavier Dolan, is available online for the entire festival.


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