Fergus O’Connell is one of Ireland’s foremost writers and his first novel Call the Swallow (Collins Press) was described by The Irish Times as ‘better than Schlindler’s List, and was shortlisted for the 2002 Irish Fiction prize and nominated for The Sunday Independent Novel of the year. He’s recently completed a screenplay based on his […]
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Congratulations to composer Natalie Holt on her RTS Nomination for her brilliant score for Phillippa Lowthorpe’s Three Girls. Meanwhile the Kudos tv film The Boy With The Topknot airs 9 pm Monday November 13 on BBC 2. Journey’s End premiered in October at The London Film Festival and Pin Cushion opened The Venice Film Festival.
With 22 films in the bag, Ian’s big break came in 2015 assisting composer Joe Kraemer on the score for Mission : Impossible – Rogue Nation and from time to time he still lends a hand to Joe. In 2016 he scored the coming-of-age feature film Scott and Sid, directed by Scott Elliot, and is due […]
Opus Zero, written and directed by Daniel Graham, has its Mexico premiere at the Los Cabos Film Festival in November. Paul, an American composer, played by Willem Dafoe, and Daniel, a Mexican documentary filmmaker, meet in Real de Catorce. Their unexpected encounter brings them face to face with supernatural phenomena which seem to unearth a past buried in the […]
Crime novelist and screenwriter Roger A. Price after a 30-year career in the Lancashire Police Force, the Regional Crime Squad and the National Crime Squad is now an established crime writer with four successful novels to his credit and a fifth due out in 2018. Now concentrating on an original returning 6-part tv drama series, […]
Nick Green composing the score for Andy De Emonny’s Dave Allen: At Peace for Kudos Film & TV; Peter Davison scoring feature animation film Strike, starring Bill Nighy; Ian Arber scoring feature Redcon-1 for Apocalypse Pictures; Alexander Balanescu composing the music for Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre’s Secret Theatre; Ian Arber & David Rowntree scoring […]
Award winning Danish director Birgitte Staermose’s feature Darling had its world premiere at this year’s London Film Festival. She is also one of the directors on the new Danish crime series Norskov currently garnering rave reviews on Channel 4/Walter Presents.
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre’s production of The Secret Theatre, directed by Matthew Dunster, is getting great reviews at London’s Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, as is Alexander Balanescu’s brilliant score for Anders Lustgarten’s Elizabethan espionage thriller. The music has been described as “Hitchcockesque”.