Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to M.F.A., starring Francesca Eastwood & Clifton Collins Jr.. The album features score by Sonya Belousova & Giona Ostinelli (Spike TV’s “The Mist”, Darling, Carnage Park), out digitally on all platforms November 3. The album is currently available on Bandcamp. See the track list and learn more about the composers below.
Directed by Natalia Leite, the film is a 2017 SXSW Grand Jury Award nominee.
“vividly unnerving” – Variety
“The effects-rich score by composers Sonya Belousova and Giona Ostinelli… puts us in her head during intense scenes and starts allowing scraps of dialogue that challenge the morality of her judge-jury-executioner agenda.”
– The Hollywood Reporter
We’ve spoken very highly, and rightfully so, of Natalia Leite’s M.F.A. (review)… “Pursuing Him”, which uses heavy synths and almost sultry breaths to create a feeling of anticipation, as though a chase is taking place and we’re not sure who is going to be caught. – Jonathan Barkan, Dread Central
The good folks over at Dread Central have the exclusive premiere of the track, “Pursuing Him” by Sonya Belousova & Giona Ostinelli! Read the review and listen to the full track here. Lakeshore Records has debuted the album on Bandcamp, and you can order it here. More soundtrack details forthcoming!
M.F.A. (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Sonya Belousova & Giona Ostinelli
01. Painting It Black
02. Empty Canvas
03. I’m Not Crazy
04. Escaping Kennedy
06. Getting High
08. The Rape
09. Therapist Confrontation
10. Conor’s Death
11. Crime Scene
12. Noelle Finds The Rape Video
13. Mason’s Death
14. So Fucking Good
16. Skye Finds Noelle’s Clothes
17. Calvin In The Trunk
18. Pursuing Him
Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to M.F.A., starring Francesca Eastwood, Clifton Collins, Jr., Leah McKendrick and Peter Vack. Directed by Natalia Leite (Bare), M.F.A. features score by Sonya Belousova & Giona Ostinelli (Spike TV’s “The Mist”, Darling, Carnage Park). The album will debut on Bandcamp this week — stay tuned for more details!
M.F.A. is intensely engaging, thought-provoking, and also mesmerizing – Brad Miska, Bloody Disgusting
Director Natalia Leite’s ambition and accompanying uncertainty give the film its unruly and resonant energy.