Credits include: Il Postino, White Mischief, Nineteen Eighty-Four. The acclaimed Oscar Nominated British writer/director Michael Radford established his international reputation as the writer and director of Nineteen Eighty-Four (Umbrella-Rosenblum Films/Virgin Films), starring John Hurt and Richard Burton in his final role. He went on to write and direct the Oscar winning Il Postino (Cecchi Gori […]
New signing Michael Jennings has scored Red Productions’ new Harlan Coben created 10-parter The Five, directed by Mark Tonderai, which debuts on Sky 1 at 9 pm on April 15 . He had previously worked with Mark on Safe House. Earlier credits include Channel 4’s My Friend Marjorie and Easy, Easy, Easy as well as In […]
Matt Caradus has been working as a composer for film and television in New Zealand since graduating from the Otago University Music dept. with a 1st class honours degree. Matt’s most recent tv drama credit is sci-fi series Cul-de Sac described as a Lord of the Flies, post-apocalyptic..New Zealand style. Directed by Stephen Campbell and […]
Kristian is an award winning Danish film composer with more than 60 scoring credits including Lars von Tier’s Antichrist; Thomas Vinterberg’s Submarino; Per Olav Sorensen’s tv series The Half Brother and The Heavy Water War aka The Saboteurs; and NRK’s Nobel, which won the 2016 Prix Europa for best tv series – all the above […]
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 […]
After a short-lived spell as an apprentice draughtsman, he studied Art, photography and eventually film at the Bradford College of Art. Worked as a psychiatric nurse, AV technician, civil servant, and professional driver before returning to complete a degree, followed by an MA in Scriptwriting at the Northern School of Film, Leeds Metropolitan University. Has […]
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.