The soundtrack to Rachel Portman’s latest film, Race, will be released on 19 February in time for the film’s official premiere. Race tells the true story of Jesse Owens, the superstar athlete, who’s mission to become the world’s greatest track and field athlete puts him face-to-face with Hitler’s Aryan race at the 1936 German Olympics. Visit the official movie…
Click here to see The Telegraph’s first look review of the BBC’s new “breathtaking” 6-part adaptation of Tolstoy’s War and Peace, scored by Martin Phipps. War and Peace starts on BBC One on 3 January.
With over 22-million YouTube hits and almost £1.5 million raised for Save The Children (and still rising), Rachel Portman and COOL Music are thrilled and honoured to have worked on such a successful and worthwhile campaign. Congratulations to all involved! Full advert above for those who haven’t seen it already.
Huge, huge congratulations to Daniel Pemberton on his 2016 Golden Globe Nomination for Best Original Score – Steve Jobs. Fantastic achievement, and thoroughly deserved! Best Original Score Carter Burwell, Carol Alexandre Desplat, The Danish Girl Ennio Morricone, The Hateful Eight Daniel Pemberton, Steve Jobs Ryuichi Sakamoto Alva Noto, The Revenant
Jocelyn Pook’s soundtrack to the Almeida production of Mike Bartlett’s hugely successful future history play, King Charles III, is now available to buy. You can order your copy on Jocelyn’s shop page – click here.
Huge congratulations to Sam Sim on his 2015 RTS wins for Home Fires: Best Original Title and Best Original Score!! A richly deserved award for what the judges called “fresh and supremely effective… literally giving voice to the women in this WWII drama” Link: Royal Television Society Craft and Design Awards 2014-15
The US premiere of Spotless, scored by Neil Davidge, has been met with rave reviews as it hits the US. Neil’s broody, intense score is a perfect match to the dark crime thriller / black comedy from the creators of CSI and Shameless. Not to be missed!! Washington Post article. Philly.com article
How well do we really know our neighbours? Tune in to BBC One tonight to hear Drew Masters’ score to the new BBC three-part series, Capital, an adaptation of John Lanchester’s acclaimed novel about the very different inhabitants of Pepys Road, Clapham, during the 2008 financial crash.
We’re pleased to announce that Decca Classics will be releasing a 2 CD set of the best of John Lunn’s music from the hit drama Downton Abbey. The CD’s, which span all six seasons, will be released on 4 Dec 2015 and can be pre-ordered on Amazon now. More info HERE.
Click HERE for Indiwire’s interview with Wonke and Mair about their collaboration.