Marcelo Zarvos Discusses The Musical Language Of “The Loudest Voice”

Photo credit Chris Frawley


One of the steadiest composers on the independent film scene is Marcelo Zarvos. No matter what subject the movie might be, Zarvos gives it a unique sound. Recently, he’s also lent his talents to the small screen, working on his most high profile project to date, Showtime’s Roger Ailes show The Loudest Voice. With Emmy voting open, Zarvos was kind enough to get on the phone with me a few days ago to discuss the program, his career, and the musical language that found to give dimension to Ailes. It was a really fascinating chat, one that you’ll get to hear next.

Below you will find my discussion with Marcelo Zarvos. For the Emmys, Zarvos has specifically submitted Episode 107 for awards contention. Competing for a citation in both Outstanding Music Composition For a Limited Series, Movie or Special (Original Dramatic Score) as well as Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music, Showtime thinks quite highly of his work. One listen to what he’s composed for the series and you’ll understand why. He’s a really nice guy, fun to talk to, as well as free and easy with some interesting stories. Take a listen to our conversation now.

Here now is my interview with Marcelo Zarvos. Enjoy:

Be sure to check out The Loudest Voice on Showtime, and in particular, Zarvos’ score!

(Photo credit Chris Frawley)

About Joey Magidson

A graduate of Stony Brook University (where he studied Cinema and Cultural Studies), resides in Brooklyn, New York. He contributes to several other film-related websites and is a member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association.

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