Go See Talk has published a 30-minutes video conversation with James Newton Howard that was shot last week in Dallas, where he conducted the Dallas Symphony Orchestra on his first full concert of his film work for The Masters of Film Music series. During the interview, the composer talks about his background and his first film score, his work methods and why he did not come back to score The Dark Knight Rises after his collaboration with Hans Zimmer on the first two scores for Christopher Nolan’s Batman series. He also hints about what to expect from the upcoming The Bourne Legacy score and whether or not he will be incorporating any of John Powell’s material from the previous Bourne films. Newton Howard has just recently finished writing and recording the score for the highly anticipated movie adaptation of The Hunger Games, for which he wrote roughly 80 minutes of music in about four weeks. Check out the full interview after the jump.