There Will Be Blood


Greenwood There Will Be Blood

Hugh Brunt conductor

Regarded as the best film of the 21st Century so far, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra will perform Jonny Greenwood’s There Will Be Blood score while Paul Thomas Anderson’s Academy Award® winning film plays on the big screen.

The sensational soundtrack features passages from Greenwood’s compositions Popcorn Superhet Receiver and Bodysong (the latter used in the track Convergence), as well as works by Arvo Pärt and Brahms. All these cues have been collated into one special performance, offering a complete representation of the original film, shown in a striking new light.

Read Mining Greatness: The Making of There Will Be Blood.

Running time: 3 hours, including a 20-minute interval

There Will Be Blood is a co-presentation between the MSO and the 66th Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF). MIFF 2017 runs from 3-20 August, with full 2017 program published at from Wednesday 12 July.

*All Mystery Seat tickets are subject to availability and sold subject to the following conditions: Tickets will be venue collect only. You will learn your seat allocation when you collect your ticket at the Box Office on the night. No Reserve will be guaranteed. Seats are individual; if you book multiple tickets you will be seated separately. For full terms and conditions click here. Please remember, this is not a suitable option for children who need supervision as seats are individual.

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