Interview John Debney



17 minutes, Language: English

Recorded by Tim Horemans on 2016-03-04

John Debney is an Academy award nominated composer of filmmusic who was distined for a career in Hollywood. As the son of Disney Studios producer Louis Debney, John grew up in nearby Glendale, where he began guitar lessons at age six and played in rock bands in college. He began scoring Motion Picture projects as diverse as Star Trek: The Next Generation, A Pup Named Scooby-Doo and Sea Quest DSV, for which he won an Emmy for Best Main Title. In 1993 he secured his first studio feature film, the Disney comedy Hocus Pocus starring Bette Midler. From there on he wrote music to films such as The Princess Diary 1 & 2, Cutthroat Island, The Passion of the Christ, Iron Man 2, Draft Day, The Spongebob Movie and many more. Recently he wrote the score to The Young Messiah and the upcoming Disney film The Jungle Book.

Interview John Debney


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34 minutes, Language: English
Recorded by Tim Horemans on 2009-07-10

John Debney is one of the most sought after composers in the film industry. He wrote the music to last years Swing Vote, the drama The Stoning of Soraya M and My Best Friends Girl. For 2009 hes already scored Hotel for Dogs and Hannah Montana: The Movie.

Interview John Debney



22 minutes, Language: English

Recorded by Tim Horemans on 2008-02-26

John Debney is one of the one of the most sought after composers in Hollywood. He wrote music for almost every film genre there is. He worked together with director Renny Harlin on Cutthroat Island, with Robert Rodriguez on Sin City, Spy Kids and with Mel Gibson on The Passion of The Christ.