Ludwig Göransson (GCRT ‘08), an alum of the USC Thornton Screen Scoring program, was interviewed by Variety about his score for Christopher Nolan’s recent film, “Tenet.” In the article, Göransson discusses the details of his collaboration with Nolan, including how he was challenged to experiment with different sounds for the film’s otherworldly score.
“So many of the elements are manipulated, processed or stretched,” said Göransson. “I wanted it to sound like what the film looks like — very jarring to the ear. The music is very intense. It definitely takes you on a journey.”