Playing tracks by
Clint Mansell, John Carpenter, Nancy Sinatra And Lee Hazelwood, Wild and Wandering, Pop Will Eat Itself and more.
For any film director seeking to combine innovative storytelling with box office clout, Clint Mansell is one of a handful of composers who can be relied upon to deliver a soundtrack that will rise to the challenge.
Perhaps best known for his work with Darren Aronofsky (Pi, Requiem For A Dream, The Fountain, The Wrestler, Black Swan), Mansell has further cemented his reputation with breathtaking scores for Moon, L’Affaire Farewell, Stoker and Filth.
It’s surely an outcome that – in his former life as the frontman with Stourbridge indie/hip-hop troupe Pop Will Eat Itself – Mansell himself would not have dared imagine. Now resident in Hollywood, he meets Pete Paphides and, in his inimitably self-deprecating style, attempts to piece together how it all happened.