Knowing the score: Inside Avex Classics International's orchestral film screenings

James Hanley

From Jaws at the Royal Albert Hall to The Godfather at London Palladium and Harry Potter at arenas across the UK, film screenings and live orchestras are becoming increasingly common bedfellows.

Leading the charge is Avex Classics International (ACI), a division of Japanese entertainment giant Avex, which has breathed new life into classic movies such as Titanic and Aliens.

Head of Europe and the Americas Maggie O’Herlihy, who founded ACI’s London office, tells Music Week: “We go to the ...

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