From Miles Daviss sensuous music for Louis Malles Elevator to the Scaffold to Alex Norths groundbreaking score for Elia Kazans A Streetcar Named Desire, MOMAs newest series, Jazz Score, celebrates some of the best jazz composed for the cinema from the 1950s to the present. Featuring a fascinating retrospective on the most influential films, a gallery installation, live concerts, and a panel discussion, the whole shebang kicks off tonight with director Arthur Penn introducing his 1965 classic Mickey One, which boasts tenor saxonophonist Stan Getz and Eddie Sauters brilliant collaboration
Thu., April 17, 2008
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