Kudos’ adaptation of John Lanchester’s novel, Capital, won the award for Best TV movie/miniseries at the 44th Primetime EMMYs last night! Congratulations to all involved, including Dru Masters for his superb score.
This year’s best reviewed comedy on Rotten Tomatoes, The Edge Of Seventeen, starring Woody Harrelson and Hailee Seinfeld comes to UK cinemas 30 November…
Mario Grigorov and J.K. Rowling have collaborated to compose the only song in Rowling’s upcoming feature, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The jazz inflected song, entitled Blind Pig, was recorded at Abbey Road studios with the Chamber Orchestra Of London and features lyrics by Rowling and the vocal talents of singer, Emmi.
Guy Farley and Robin Foste have been nominated for an Evening Standard British Film Award in the Technical Achievement category for their music to Sean Ellis’ Anthropid, starring Jamie Dornan and Cillian Murphy. Full list of nominees here…
The much anticipated brand-new Amazon Prime series, The Grand Tour, is available to watch, one episode per week, from 18th November!
The music for the series was composed by Paul Leonard Morgan.
We’re thrilled to finally be able to announce that Rachel Portman wrote the music to Marks and Spencer’s 2016 Christmas ad campaign!
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COOL Music can now announce that Matt Dunkley has orchestrated, arranged and produced the music for the Sainsburys 2016 TV advertisement campaign. The advert (below), which generated millions of views online in just a couple of days, features James Cordon and was recorded by the Chamber Orchestra Of London.
We’re pleased to announce that The Crown – Netflix’s recent and most ambitious move into original programming – was scored by COOL composer clients Rupert Gregson-Williams and Lorne Balfe, with additional music by Guy Farley. Title music composed by Hans Zimmer. All episodes available today on Netflix! Click here for a recent Guardian review…
Joe Henson and Alexis Smith (The Flight) have just finished scoring a Channel 4 documentary series that explores children’s minds and goes behind the scenes at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust. The first episode airs Wednesday 16 November on Channel 4. Click here for more information about the series.
Catch up on Amazon’s brand-new gripping family drama The Collection and the long anticipated return of the BBC’s edge-of-seat, multi-faceted crime drama The Missing series 2, written by Harry and Jack Williams. Both series scored by Dominik Scherrer.