James Bernard

Muir Matheson once said something along the lines of “Films need music, but music does not need films”. Which I suppose is true to a certain degree, but one could argue that if it were not for films, then some of the most popular and finest music ever written would probably not have seen the light of day. As film music enthusiasts we are probably...

James Bernard’s Nosferatu

A company in Houston, Texas (Tanis Film), got the world rights to NOSFERATU and they wanted to put it out on a video cassette in connection with a film museum in Munich. I’ve read that their version of NOSFERATU is the longest version there is, and it’s color-tinted. They wrote to Silva Screen Records to ask if they could use music they’d already...