On April 22nd Danny attended screening of The Party’s Just Begining at Tribeca Film Festival in New York. The movie was produced by his daughter Mali Elfman.
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My 2nd #MCM today goes out to the double threat that is Danny Elfman & Gus Van Sant 🎼🎬 Thanks to @sffilm for hosting their latest film @dontworrymovie on the #closingnight for the #sffilmfestival. The film flips the script on themes of self-destruction in Joaquin Phoenix’s character, and is counterbalanced by @jonahhill’s who advocates that it’s hard work to inspire faith 🌤 During the Q&A the best geek-out moment was when a fan asked about “Weepy Donuts”; Danny said it was a composition he coined for Gus’ 1995 film To Die For, and along with “Final Composition” he repeatedly used those titles in ~50 different instances for other films until his music publisher pleaded for him to stop 😂 Nice question, @nicallardice! 👏 These fellas also stuck around onstage after the Q&A for autographs & more fan questions 👉 sign of naturally talented artists who are all about keeping it 💯 with their roots & why they share it with others 📷💃🏻🎬🎨 📸: #notusedtothespotlight #musicbiz #laboroflove #giveitupfortheorganplayer
Here are some pictures from Sundance Film Festival in Salt Lake City which took place yesterday. There is also already available the conversation with Gus Van Sant and Danny Elfman. You can find it below.
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Together with pianists Christopher O’Riley & Kevin Kwan Loucks and members of Calder Quartet, Danny Elfman is preparing for Chamber Music | OC Presents: Members of CMOC’s Young Artist Program in Recital. Two concerts will take place on January 7 & 14 at The Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace in Yorba Linda, CA.
On December 6 and 7 at the Barclays Center in NYC took place The Nightmare Before Christmas Live concerts. Full orchestra and choir performed the score to the movie with original cast singing the songs. Audience could hear Catherine O’Hara as Sally and Ken Page as Oogie Boogie and of course Danny Elfman as Jack Skellington. Take a look at photos and videos from the concerts.