WHAT HAPPENED, BRITTANY MURPHY? Composer Genevieve Vincent (Interview)


Interview by Paul Salfen

Interview starts after trailer

Official Synopsis: A beloved Hollywood starlet known for a number of iconic roles – gone at 32 years old. Unanswered questions, controversial figures, and surrounded by speculation: what really happened to Brittany Murphy? This two-part documentary explores her life beyond headlines, celebrating her legacy and investigating her tragic and untimely death.

Vincent’s recent projects include Fox’s fantasy/drama series Fantasy Island, starring Roselyn Sanchez; Sony’s romantic comedy The Broken Hearts Gallery, starring Dacre Montgomery and Geraldine Viswanathan, directed by Natalie Krinsky and produced by Selena Gomez; Netflix’s Moving Art “Hokkaido,” for for which she wrote a Japanese inspired orchestral hybrid score; the National Film Board of Canada documentaries Because We Are Girls, which premiered at the Hot Docs International Documentary Festival in 2019; and Now Is The Time, which premiered at The Toronto International Film Festival in 2019 and at The Sundance Film Festival in 2020.

In addition to her film and television credits, Vincent comprises half of the electronic-pop duo darkDARK, which is signed to Nettwerk records. darkDARK’s debut EP “Heathered” has been featured on NPR’s All Songs Considered, Noisey, and Consequence of Sound, among other notable outlets. The duo’s first full length album “Feel So Much” was released in February of 2021 and features collaborations with French rapper Leonis, vocalist Madge, and Remixers Giraffage, Duralumin, and HEYZ.


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