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Sundance is gone, but the film festival train keeps a-rolling, with SXSW starting later this month. Continuing our unofficial series of interviews with indie film composers, I spoke to Carla Patullo, Global Music Award-winning artist and composer of the upcoming horror-comedy Porno. Directed by Keola Racela, Porno tells the tale of five teenagers who uncover a demonic sex tape in the middle of a spooky old theater, unleashing a succubus who wreaks havoc on the poor innocents. It's a droll, erotically-charged spin on an old formula, and Patullo's vocals-heavy composing style seems like a fascinating accompaniment.

Leading up to the film's premiere at SXSW on March 9th, I sat down for a quick phone interview with Patullo to talk about the origins of the project, her past life as a Stevie Nicks-inspired rock and metal artist, and the unexpected freedom of working within a tight deadline. Also, we talk a bit about the Sundance Film Music and Sound Design Lab, where she worked as a Composer Fellow and began her journey to scoring Porno.

(NOTE: The audio quality of Carla's call contains some glitches and fuzziness; we apologize for that. A full transcript, edited for clarity, can be found below.)


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