Star Trek: The Motion Picture
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Join us in celebrating the release of the all-new, deluxe 3-DISC LIMITED EDITION soundtrack release of Jerry Goldsmith’s “STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE” with a one-of-a-kind, multi-media event featuring:
A LANDMARK LIVE PANEL DISCUSSION & PRESENTATION EVENT, including exclusive video and audio clips, a live “BLASTER BEAM” DEMONSTRATION and MORE!
CD SOUNDTRACK SIGNING (Get your copy of the soundtrack at the event, for a special price, before its official release on June 5th!)
STAR TREK PROP AND COSTUME DISPLAY
A SCREENING OF “STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE – THE DIRECTOR’S EDITON” (DVD source)
Film music writer and "The Music of Star Trek” author Jeff Bond hosts a 90 minute panel discussion and presentation event that examines one of legendary composer Jerry Goldsmith’s most iconic and esteemed works.
Panel guests include original TMP soundtrack album and TMP re-issue soundtrack producer, and longtime Goldsmith recording engineer Bruce Botnick, TMP synthesizer and beam performer Craig Huxley, TMP session violinist and renowned composer David Newman, TMP soundtrack re-issue producer and TMP “Director’s Edition” restoration supervisor Mike Matessino, Jerry Goldsmith's agent Richard Kraft, TMP director of cinematography Richard H. Kline, TMP sound editor Mark Mangini, and other special guests TBA!*
(*Guest schedules subject to change.)
This first-ever live event to focus on Goldsmith’s masterful score will feature exclusive video and audio clips, as well as a rare, live demonstration by Craig Huxley of his famed, 18 foot “BLASTER BEAM” instrument, used prominently in TMP’s score and sound design.
After the panel, stay for a rare theatrical screening of the Director's Cut of Star Trek: The Motion Picture!
Get the soundtrack before anybody else! La-La Land's new limited edition STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE (3-CD SET) SOUNDTRACK will be available for purchase for the special price of $30 (cash only). Bruce Botnick and Craig Huxley will be signing copies of the CD!
The soundtrack will be officially released at www.lalalandrecords.com on Tuesday, June 5, 2012.
Tickets are $17.50 in advance through Ticketbud, or $20 at the door.
Live long and prosper!