By Will Mavity
“Minari” has recently been nominated for 10 Critics Choice Awards and 3 Screen Actors Guild Awards. It’s been one of the most beloved films of the year ever since its premiere at last year’s Sundance Film Festival. One of the key ingredients in what makes the movie work so well is the beautiful score by Emile Mosseri (“The Last Black Man In San Francisco“). Emile’s work has been nominated by the Critics Choice Association and has also been shortlisted by the Academy for Best Original Score and Best Original Song for the 93rd Academy Awards. Emile was kind enough to talk to us about his work on the film a few months ago and we are now releasing that interview so you can download the score, listen for yourself and discover why it is one of the best films scores of 2020. Take a listen down below and enjoy!
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