UNLV School of Music: Film Series


Sep. 29, 2015, 7:15pm to 7:15pm
Show Recurring Dates

Campus Location

Office/Remote Location

Room 224


The School of Music and its seminar on Hollywood Film Music would like to invite you to a weekly film series. Each week, we will screen a different film that has been selected particularly because it bears an interesting relation to (or contradicts) classic Hollywood scoring practices. The screenings will be prefaced by 10-15 minute presentations about the films’ scores.

Screenings will be held in HFA 224 beginning at 7:15 p.m. A schedule (subject to change) follows:
  • Sept. 15: Captain Blood (1935; score by Erich Wolfgang Korngold)
  • Sept. 22: Birth of a Nation (1915; score by Joseph Carl Breil)
  • Sept. 29: Psycho (1960; score by Bernard Herrmann)
  • Oct. 6: Vertigo (1958; score by Bernard Herrmann)
  • Oct. 13: Easy Rider (1969; Mike Deasy, music department)
  • Oct. 20: Moulin Rouge (2001; music by Craig Armstrong et al)
  • Oct. 27: Alexander Nevsky (1938; score by Sergei Prokofiev)
  • Nov. 3: Prénom Carmen (1983; François Musy, sound) [or maybe Une femme est une femme, 1961; music by Michel Legrand]
  • Nov. 10: Die Hard (1988; score by Michael Kamen)

Admission Information

This event is free and open to the public, so please spread the word and invite others to enjoy a different film each week.

Feel free, also, to forward and distribute the lovely attached flyer designed by Kevin Eberle.

Contact Information

UNLV School of Music
Jonathan Lee

External Sponsor

Professor Jonathan Lee (music) and members of MUS 770:1004