David Poland has published a 40-minutes video interview with composer Ludovic Bource in his DP/30 series. During the interview, Bource talks in detail about his work and inspirations for Michel Hazanavicius’ silent film The Artist starring Jean Dujardin, Berenice Bejo, John Goodman, James Cromwell, Missi Pyle and Penelope Ann Miller. The composer also addresses Kim Novak’s recent comments about the use of Bernard Herrmann’s score for Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo in the movie and talks about his musical background, as well as his previous collaboration with Hazanavicius on the OSS 117 movie series. Bource has already won several awards for The Artist, including the Broadcast Film Critics Association Movie Award and European Film Award. Bource is also nominated for a Golden Globe and will be attending the awards ceremony tonight in Beverly Hills. The soundtrack for The Artist is available on Sony Classical. Check out the full interview after the jump.