After making its debut at the 2020 London Film Festival, the much anticipated feature film directorial debut from BAFTA-nominated Aleem Khan has received some incredible reviews.
Along with being only one of five films selected to receive the Cannes Critics’ Week Label, Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian also named After Love as one of his Top 10 picks for this year’s London Film Festival.
Since the screening, more and more praise has been rolling in for this beautiful film about loss and love, from the likes of Screen Daily, The Reviews Hub and Flickering Myth
Connie Farr and Jenn Egan were the music supervisors for this film, and couldn’t be happier that more of the world is getting to see this tour de force.
Sarah Gavron’s critically acclaimed coming-of-age drama is available to stream on Netflix UK now!
Music supervisors Connie Farr and Dom Farley sat down with BIFA to discuss the Story Behind The Story and their favourite tracks from the film.
Check out the soundtrack on Spotify
‘Time’ by EllaHarp was placed in the new Netflix series ‘Emily In Paris’
Check the trailer here
Listen to the song here
Rocks is a British coming-of-age drama film, directed by Sarah Gavron, which follows the life of Rocks, the eponymous character, who is abandoned by her mother and is left to fend for herself and her younger brother, Emmanuel.
Connie Farr and Dom Farley handled the music supervision for this exquisite film, the soundtrack for which includes Skepta ‘Energy (Stay Far Away)’, Kokoroko ‘Abusey Junction’ and many more.
Connie and Dom recently spoke to BIFA for the #TheStoryBehindTheStory series in which they discuss Rocks’ diverse soundtrack, the process and some of their favourite tracks featured in the film.
The film releases in UK cinemas on the 18th of September, you can check out the trailer here.
‘Impossible’ by Nina Las Vegas ft. Thai Chi Rose was used for the recent Smiley x Pull and Bear campaign.
Check the spot here, and the full track here.
The doors are open, the lights are dimmed and cinema is back!
Connie Farr, alongside Empire Design, worked tirelessly throughout lockdown to create the epic Love Cinema campaign which aims to not only excite audiences and entice them back to the Big Screen, but to also offer guidance on the measures put in place to ensure the safety of cinema-goers and staff.
The campaign uses three recordings of ‘This Little Light’ – the legendary Dionne Warwick’s version, Rend Collective’s version as well as a bespoke piece by Equiknoxx specifically created for the campaign.
We Love Cinema! Check out this article in Screen Daily for more info.
Amazon Prime will give viewers unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to Tottenham Hotspur Football Club during their 2019/2020 season in this nine-episode docuseries entitled All Or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur.
Connie Farr and Dom Farley were the music supervisors across the trailer campaign for this docuseries which is available to stream on Amazon Prime from the 31st of August 2020.
Check out the trailer here.
Amazon Prime have announced a 5-part docuseries following a year in the life of Formula One legend, Fernando Alonso, as he showcases his passion for competing and his determination to win.
Connie Farr and Dom Farley were the music supervisors across the trailer campaign for the docuseries entitled Fernando which is available to watch here.
Fernando is available to stream on Amazon Prime from the 25th of September 2020.
Having made her start with collaborations with Beenie Man and Vybz Kartel, the newly crowned Queen of Dancehall, Spice, has racked up millions of streams with hits such as ‘So Mi Like It’ and ‘Needle Eye’.
Jenn Egan handled the music supervision for this 50-minute interview.
In this wide-ranging interview with BBC Radio 1XTRA’s Sian Anderson, Spice discusses her humble beginnings and her journey to stardom – check out the interview here.
“Eva Riley’s debut feature is a dazzling coming-of-age tale lit up by a pair of remarkable first time performances” – The Guardian
Perfect 10 tells the story of Leigh, an aspiring gymnast whose world is turned upside down with the arrival of the half-brother she never knew she had. Written and directed by Eva Riley, this tender and gritty drama is now available to stream on digital platforms.
Dom Farley was the music supervisor on the film, the trailer for which can be found here.