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Photo of John Williams
Photo of John Williams

John Williams

“So much of what we do is ephemeral and quickly forgotten, even by ourselves, so it’s gratifying to have something you have done linger in people’s memories.”

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    Robert Altman United Kingdom, 1972

    Focusing on the unstable psychology of a woman writer, Robert Altman’s ‘70s fever dream blurs the lines between fantasy and reality. Shot in impressionistic strokes by Vilmos Zsigmond and haunted by John Williams’ eerie score, this dreamlike psych-horror won Susannah York Best Actress at Cannes.

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    Ned Hockman, Skip Homeier United States, 1962

    A sleazy, slippery noir set in the shadowy oil fields of Oklahoma, Stark Fear was the only film directed by WWII cameraman Ned Hockman. More than a B-movie oddity, this cult grindhouse classic is laced with the sting of Hitchcock, and pitch-perfect performances from Beverly Garland & Skip Homeier.


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