SMA Talent has long been one of the UK’s leading international film and tv composer management agencies and 4 years ago expanded the company’s offering to include film directors and screenwriters.
Our extensive network of relationships within the industry is based on a hard-won reputation for representing the most creative talent.
The team is experienced and realistic, dedicated and passionate. Our aim is to deliver the best work, within budget, on schedule and as hassle free as possible. Delivering Excellence is our core belief.
We’re always available to discuss your project and all our composers can put together a bespoke pitch, other commitments permitting.
Stan Lee’s Lucky Man Sky 1’s best-performing original drama since July 2012. Consolidated rating of 1.7 million/6%. Tons of amazing music from Nick Green.
Simon Rumley’s The Last Word, now officially called ‘Johnny Frank Garrett’s Last Word’ premiering at SXSW Festival Austin, Texas on Sunday 13th March. The film is produced by horror veteran Frank Mancuso Jnr (Friday 13th, Ronin, Species, Stigmata). Here’s a link to Simon’s Soundcloud to hear some of his score: https://soundcloud.com/simonboswell/the-last-word-1. By the way, this photo is a still from the film, not Simon B in the recording studio!
Award winning Danish writer/director Fabian Wullenweber is best known internationally for his work across all 3 series of The Killing, DR’s worldwide hit crime series shown in more than 161 countries. In 2014/2015 he was he conceptual director and himself directed 11 of the 13 episodes across 2 series of TV2’s period drama The Seaside Hotel, currently the most successful drama series on Danish television and is just finishing the third series. Feature credits include the musical Bora Bora ; the psychological horror movie Cecilie; Frenetic Films’ Catch That Girl which won awards and nominations in Berlin, Chicago, Amsterdam and throughout Scandinavia both for Fabian and the film; Nimbus Films’ dark and gripping Gemini.
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Award winning composer Simon Boswell first came to prominence working with some of the industry’s indie mavericks including Alejandro Jodorowsky, Dario Argento, Danny Boyle and Richard Stanley. He is renowned for his scores for horror and fantasy and cross genre films such as Clive Barker’s detective movie Lord of Illusions. Then there’s the hybrid, cyberpunk riffings of Hackers and Hardware where Simon unusually combined acoustic, slide guitar with resonant, doomy synths to create a hugely popular, apocalyptic score for which he was BAFTA nominated. He was also Bafta Nominated for his score for the BBC’s The Lakes and was IFMCA Nominated for Best Original Score for his music for the US series The Tin Man. He won Best Score for the BBC’s Close Your Eyes at the Paris Film Festival. Other major credits include Hallmark’s award winning series Jason and the Argonauts; BBC Film’s My Zinc Bed starring Una Thurman; Fox Searchlight’s Cousin Bette; and Jack & Sarah for British Screen.
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SPOTLIGHT ON GEOFF ALEXANDER
Everest (2015), Jimmy’s Hall (2014) and Boxtrolls (2014) are just some of the features Geoff has to his credit as an orchestrator. Already established as one of the leading Hollywood and UK film music arrangers, orchestrators and conductors, Geoff Alexander is also a composer, bringing with him the wealth of experience gained from more than 100 feature credits and is currently scoring A Foreign God for director, Jonathan Hughes.
He contributed orchestral cues to George Fenton’s score for the BBC’s One World series and most recently contributed to ITV’s paranormal 3-parter Midwinter of the Spirit, directed by Richard Clark.