Who really writes movie scores?

Composers set the mood for TV shows and movies with their sweeping scores – but that creativity doesn’t come with much job security. Vanity Fair contributor Mark Rozzo joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how name-brand composers often employ assistants to do much of the heavy lifting – and how the credit and money often isn’t shared fairly. His article is “The Minions Do the Actual Writing: The Ugly Truth of How Movie Scores Are Made.”