Memory Box: Echoes of 9/11 is a feature documentary that tells the story of September 11, 2001, through a unique set of eyewitness testimonies recorded in a small plywood booth in the months following the attacks.
Twenty years later, the eyewitnesses return to the box to share their memories and reflect on America today. Bridging past and present, the film is a searingly emotional portrayal of hope, resilience and how to heal.
Connie Farr was the music consultant.
The film will be shown on Sky Documentaries on 9th September at 9PM.
Click here to visit the Toronto International Film Festival website to read more about the film and find out when it is screening.
“A caustic online streamer’s anarchic behaviour triggers a non-stop nightmare in the latest screenlife frightfest from Rob Savage.”
Produced alongside genre specialists Blumhouse Productions, Dashcam looks to be another clever take on the found-footage format, this time using the titular recording device as our lens to whatever terrifying bumps in the road have been created for this horrific 77-minute journey.
Set to have its world premiere during the Midnight Madness slot at this years’ Toronto International Film Festival.
Connie Farr handled the music supervision.
Click here to read more about the film on the official Toronto International Film Festival website.
Ruth Wilson plays a young woman living on the fringes of society who becomes intoxicated by a stranger who overwhelms her quiet life. Above is also a new still from the Brit movie, which will unspool next month on the Lido in the Horizons strand.
Le Bureau Sales are selling True Things, which is an adaptation of Deborah Kay Davies’ book True Things About Me, based on a script by Wootliff and Molly Davies. Producers are Tristan Goligher (Supernova), Ruth Wilson, Jude Law (The Talented Mr Ripley) and Ben Jackson (The Young Pope).
The film is Wootliff’s follow-up to the BAFTA-nominated and BIFA-winning romantic drama Only You, which starred Laia Costa and Josh O’Connor.
Connie Farr handled the music supervision.
Click here to watch the exclusive clip ahead of the Venice Film Festival debut.
Discovery+ on Monday said that Curse of the Chippendales, its four-part true-crime drama docuseries, is set to premiere on September 24.
The project, from Oscar-and Emmy-winning filmmakers Simon and Jonathan Chinn via Lightbox, unravels the dark side of the 1980s all-male striptease dance troupe founded by Steve Banerjee. On the crime side, it tackles the murder-suicide of Playboy Playmate of the Month and actress Dorothy Stratton and her estranged husband Paul Snider, as well as the murder of Emmy-winning producer Nick De Noia orchestrated by Banerjee.
It also highlights what being part of the wild shows was really like from the point of view of the dancers and their throngs of female fans.
Connie Farr handled the music supervision for this series.
Click here to read the Deadline article.
In 1990s Scotland, an all-girl Catholic school choir gets the opportunity to participate in a choir competition held in Edinburgh. The girls are far more interested in drinking, partying and hooking up than they are in winning the competition and thus hilarity ensues making Our Ladies an unmissable teen comedy.
The official trailer features Edwyn Collins’s “A Girl Like You” and “In A Big Country”, the film will be released in UK cinemas on the 27th of August 2021.
You can watch the trailer here.
1981: a devastating fire leaves 13 black teens dead. The protests, unrest and accusations of indifference defined race relations for a generation. From director Steve McQueen.
Revolution by Dennis Brown was featured in Episode 3 ‘The Front Line’
Watch the series here.
The BFI shared a review of Ali & Ava from this years’ Cannes Film Festival.
Connie Farr handled the music supervision for this film.
An excerpt of the article below references some of the music that was chosen.
“Music is used diegetically to elevate the emotional beats and add specific passions to our growing sense of who these people are. Ali’s tune of choice is Radio by Sylvan Esso – its big squishy beats aligning to his big squishy heart. Ava’s taste for the old-soul strains of folk and country cohere to her backstory with the recently deceased father of her children, a domestic abuser.”
Click here to read the full review on the BFI website.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are back! Join them as they travel across the Scottish Highlands in a Grand Tour special. A show about adventure, excitement, and “friendship”… Sometimes it’s even a show about cars! This time – American classics.
Connie Farr was the music supervisor for the trailer which features the song ‘Fortunate Son’ by Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Watch the trailer here
In the late 80s and early 90s, the streets of downtown Manhattan were the site of a collision between two vibrant subcultures: skateboarding and hip hop. Narrated by Zoo York co-founder Eli Gesner with an original score by legendary hip-hop producer Large Professor (Nas, A Tribe Called Quest), All the Streets Are Silent brings to life the magic of the time period and the convergence that created a style and visual language that would have an outsized and enduring cultural effect. From the DJ booths and dance floors of the Mars nightclub to the founding of brands like Supreme, this convergence would lay the foundation for modern street style. Paris Is Burning meets Larry Clark’s KIDS, All the Streets Are Silent is a love letter to New York—examining race, society, fashion, and street culture.
The film features ‘Memory Foam‘ by Molly Nilsson.
Check the trailer here.
Molly Nilsson’s ‘We’re Never Coming Home’ is featured in the long awaited Margarita Jimeno film Grind Reset Shine.
More info on the film here.
Listen to the track here.