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'Core Composers Score 6 Features At TIFF 2022' core news picture

Core Composers Score 6 Features At TIFF 2022

Core would like to congratulate 5 of its composers who scored a total of 6 films premiering at this year's Toronto International Film Festival;

Murray Lightburn scored I LIKE MOVIES, Tom Third scored THE YOUNG ARSONISTS, Michelle Osis scored FIXATION, Jesse Zubot scored both BONES OF CROWS and EVER DEADLY, and Justin Delorme scored BUFFY SAINTE-MARIE: CARRY IT ON.  Stay tuned for screening dates and times as we roll closer to TIFF2022.

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The Black Phone tops 140 Million Gross Worldwide Box Office

Universal Pictures' THE BLACK PHONE recently topped 140 million gross at the worldwide box office within less than 6 weeks of its release. 

Directed by Scott Derrickson (Dr. Strange, Sinister) and scored by Core composer MARK KORVEN, (The Lighthouse, The Witch), the film stars Ethan Hawke.and Mason Thames.

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THE BLACK PHONE in theatres June 24.

The phone is dead. And it's ringing. 

Universal Pictures announces the release of THE BLACK PHONE. Directed by Scott Derrickson (Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness), and scored by Core composer MARK KORVEN (The Witch, The Lighthouse), the Blumhouse thriller starring Ethan Hawke will be released in theatres June 24.

Watch the trailer: https://www.theblackphonemovie.ca/videos/

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A Good Start for SEE FOR ME

 "So far, it’s one of the best horror movies of 2022." 

Directed by Randall Okita and scored by Core composers Lodewijk Vos and Joseph Murray (aka MENALON), SEE FOR ME premiered last year at Tribeca, and opened in theatres and on demand in the US and around the world in early Jan.

Read the amazing review here at bloody-disgusting.com

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Cinema of Sleep Wins Borsos Awards

Congratulations to CINEMA OF SLEEP for winning the Whistler Film Festival Borsos Award for "Best Canadian Feature", and for "Best Performance". The Globe and Mail has described director Jeffrey St. Jules as “the master of the surreal short form,” and the Toronto International Film Festival has called him “one of the most brazenly original voices to have come out of Canada in the past ten years.”. 

Cinema of Sleep is the second collaboration between St. Jules and Core composer DARREN FUNG.