Michelle de Vries has had a glittering career in the music industry, both in London and New York. She has worked in the publishing, management, production, broadcasting and recording sectors, and brings a unique combination of talents and experience to her role as a music supervisor. Michelle has an extensive knowledge of music and can […]
David Harewood-fronted drama, Man to Man proved incredibly popular at this year’s Bucharest Film Awards, picking up a total of seven gongs including one for composer, Jonathon Deering in the Best Original Score category. Read more about Jonathon here
John Altman and his musicians received a standing ovation for John’s captivating and innovative score for the BFI’s restored silent movie Shooting Stars which had a Gala Screening at The Odeon Leicester Square as part of The London Film Festival on October 16. See profile page..
Danish director Jesper Nielsen now posting BBC’s Redwater in London. The multi-award winning writer/director is best known outside Scandinavia for his work on Borgen. His latest feature, The Day Will Come, screens at the BFI’s London Film Festival in October. Netflix has acquired the film and tv rights and both versions will be available soon on the […]
ITV’s new Paula Milne 3-parter Him airs Wednesday October 19 with a brilliant score by Nick Green. Meanwhile Trademark Films’ WWI feature The Wipers Times, written by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman with music by Nick, has been adapted into a stage musical and continues it’s UK tour.
Geoff Barrow, the British music producer, composer and founding member of the band Portishead, and his film co-composer partner Ben Salisbury have received incredible reviews for their score for the DNA/Universal hit movie Ex_ Machina, written and directed by Alex Garland and produced by Andrew Macdonald and Allon Reich. Andrew Macdonald describes their film-scoring partnership as “setting an incredibly […]