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TSAP S02E13: Laura Karpman – Composer for (Why We Hate, Sitara: Let Girls Dream)

Laura Karpman

Sam Hughes speaks to brilliant composer, Laura Karpman in this powerful episode to finish the year. They discuss her career so far, working on mediums and her most recent projects. In this episode they go into detail of writing music for the powerful documentary Why We Hate, plus the just as powerful short Sitara: Let Girls Dream written and directed by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy.   

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Special Thanks to Callum Tennick for Editing

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“Four-time Emmy winning composer and composer of the Grammy-winning album ASK YOUR MAMA, Laura Karpman maintains a vibrant career in film, television, videogame and concert music. Her distinguished credits include the series UNDERGROUND, in collaboration with Raphael Saadiq and John Legend, L.A.’s FINEST, The Sundance / Fox Searchlight film STEP, Eleanor Coppola’s PARIS CAN WAIT starring Diane Lane and Alec Baldwin, Kasi Lemmons’ BLACK NATIVITY starring Jennifer Hudson and Forest Whitaker, Steven Spielberg’s miniseries TAKEN, the Showtime series ODYSSEY 5, and MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION for which she received Emmy nominations. She contributed to Sophia Coppola’s 2017 THE BEGUILED.”





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Sam Hughes
Sound designer, voice actor, musician and beyond who just has a big passion for conversations, knowledge sharing, connecting people and bringing some positivity into the world.

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