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    The 15 Best Film Scores Of 2013

    Even as frequent soundtrack-listeners, it's only at the end of the year when we come to take stock of the various scores that have passed through our ear canals over the previous twelve months that it's possible to get a measure of the state of composition for film. Which is to say that, having spen...

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    Watch: New Trailer For Spike Jonze's 'Her' Featuring The Arcade Fire's 'Supersymmetry'; Plus Over 30 New Photos

    "An emotionally involving and wonderfully layered look at our desire to reach out and connect," Yep, that's us quoted in the trailer for Spike Jonze's upcoming sci-fi-ish romance drama, "Her" (much to our surprise). The Golden Globes might have disqualified Scarlett Johansson for being awards-eligib...

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    Watch: 8-Minute Short Film/Video For Arcade Fire's 'Afterlife'

    From a zany, cameo-filled concert movie directed by Roman Coppola, a straight-up video directed by Anton Corbijn, and a full album stream set against clips from Marcel Camus' "Black Orpheus," to a total charm fest of a live performance at the YouTube Music Awards featuring a dancing Greta Gerwig, Mo...

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    Watch: Fan Video For Arcade Fire's "Joan Of Arc" Mashes Up Song With Classic Films By Méliès & Dreyer

    With Arcade Fire launching the live stream for their new album Reflektor against clips from Marcel Camus' "Black Orpheus," it was only a matter of time before someone else decided to match up the Montreal band's music with more classic films. And Craig J. Clark has done just that.

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    Spike Jonze Says Arcade Fire's 'Supersymmetry' Was Originally Written For 'Her' Starring Joaquin Phoenix

    Having seen the film, this much we know: the final song on The Arcade Fire's Reflektor, is also the closing credits song of Spike Jonze's upcoming fantastical, sci-fi-ish romance film "Her," starring Joaquin Phoenix and the disembodied voice of Scarlett Johansson.

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    Watch: Greta Gerwig Boogie Down With Arcade Fire At The YouTube Music Awards

    The opening number to the first ever YouTube Music awards featured transmedia enthusiast Arcade Fire.

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    Watch: Live Video For Arcade Fire's "Afterlife" With Greta Gerwig, Directed By Spike Jonze & More

    So last night, Google launched their first and presumably annual YouTube Music Awards mostly because if the world needs anything, it's another music awards show. And it probably has nothing to do with YouTube's plans for a music subscription service to launch by the end of the year. But we digress...

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    Spike Jonze To Direct Live Video For Arcade Fire's "Afterlife"; New Photos Of 'Her'

    If you want to catch director Spike Jonze’s upcoming sci-fi-ish romance drama “Her,” starring the awesome cast of Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams, Scarlett Johansson, Rooney Mara, Olivia Wilde and Chris Pratt, you’re going to have to wait until January 10, 2014 (unless you live in a major city during its...

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    Watch: Album Stream For Arcade Fire's 'Afterlife' Is Set To Marcel Camus' 'Black Orpheus'

    We can't imagine that whoever holds the rights for Marcel Camus' 1959 film "Black Orpheus" gets many requests to license clips. And we'd wager it's been even rarer that one of the biggest bands on the planet has made that call. But then again, Arcade Fire doesn't play to expectations.

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    Watch: Arcade Fire's 22-Minute 'SNL' Concert, Directed By Roman Coppola, Featuring Ben Stiller, James Franco & More

    Is there any doubt that Arcade Fire can pretty much do whatever they want at the moment? The Montreal-based band has become nothing short of a phenomenon, with an ambition and reach far beyond that of their peers. So when it was revealed that they would follow their appearance on "Saturday Night Liv...

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