Radiomovies roundup

September 10, 2010

It’s been a busy couple of weeks…

The Tillman Story has been getting the press we had hoped for in the USA – it’s coming to London too in the London International Film Festival. Please go and see it if you get a chance – it’s an important film (despite my soundtrack). He was an incredible man who was let down by his country. Possible soundtrack release on the cards too.

Relish opened at the Tramshed performed by the National Youth Theatre who I absolutely adore. I first worked with them at the Beijing Olympics, and we hatched this project right after that event. It’s on this week too – nb lots of swearing – especially from a foul-mouthed Florence Nightingale!

I’ve written and recorded a score for Relentless Lives of the Artists with UNKLE which premiered earlier this week. You can see it here if you like scary dangerous sports...

Meanwhile I’m in post on a couple of films which I’d love to tell you about.. but that’ll have to wait.

Here’s a new track called ‘Why I do what I do…’. If you like this kind of thing, then join my mailing list and I’ll send you free tunes!

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