Written by Irvine Welsh, executive produced by Danny Boyle, starring Ewen Bremner and directed by Nick Moran Creation Stories is the unimaginable true story of infamous Creation Records founder Alan McGee and how he changed the face of British culture.
Featuring the music of iconic British artists such as Primal Scream, Oasis and many, many more that Alan McGee put on the map, this film follows the successes and excesses of the man behind so many beloved rock stars.
Connie Farr and Jenn Egan worked on the music supervision for Creation Stories which is now available to stream on Sky Cinema in the UK.
Sarah Gavron’s critically acclaimed coming-of-age drama is up for: ‘Outstanding British Film’ ‘Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer’ and best ‘Director’, ‘ Leading Actress’, ‘Supporting Actress’, ‘Casting’ and ‘Editing’
The final round of voting commences March 25 and closes April 7. The BAFTA Awards will take place Apr. 11.
ThinkSync’s very own Connie Farr and Dom Farley handled the music supervision for both the film and it’s official trailer. The film is currently available to stream on Netflix.
Directed by Benjamin Bond, The Drifters follows the story of two outsiders in a post-Brexit England: Fanny, a French waitress, and Koffee, an African immigrant.
The pair embark on a sun-drenched road trip, an adventure through the summer to Devon. When they finally seem to find a haven in a small coastal town, their past lives start to catch up with them.
Connie Farr and Jenn Egan worked on the music supervision for this film which features the stunning song ‘If You Go Away’ by Rod McKuen, which he adapted from Jacques Brel’s haunting ‘Ne Me Quitte Pas’
The Drifters will make it’s world premiere on the 2nd of April, 2020
Directed by Marley Morrison, Sweetheart follows the socially awkward 17-year-old, AJ, who is dragged to a coastal holiday park by her painfully ‘normal family’ where she becomes captivated by a chorine-smelling, sun-loving lifeguard named Isla.
Sweetheart premiered at the Glasgow Film Festival to an incredible reception, and is now showing at the BFI Flare Festival. It has been certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, and has received sterling reviews, which you can read here:
Sarah Gavron’s critically acclaimed coming-of-age drama, Rocks, won the Best British Independent Film last night at the 2020 British Independent Film Awards.
Rocks, which was nominated one of the 50 best films of 2020 by The Guardian, also walked away with the award for Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, and Most Promising Newcomer along with the Best Casting craft award which was announced in January 2021.
Rocks received a total of 15 nominations at the 2020 BIFAs, including a nomination for the Best Music Award for which ThinkSync’s own Connie Farr was named for her music supervision work on the film alongside Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch, the film’s composer.
Eva Riley’s Perfect 10won The Raindance Discovery Award last night at the 2020 British Independent Film Awards. The film was nominated for two other awards including the Best Debut Director.
Congratulations to all of the winners and nominees!
Equipped with nothing but their wits and scraps from a shipwreck, Richard Hammond (The Grand Tour) and Tory Belleci (MythBusters) must figure out how to build their way to safety and attract rescue services to make it off a deserted island.
The Great Escapists, available to stream on Amazon Prime Video from the 29th of January, 2021, is a brand new survival series that sees the duo form a healthy rivalry instead of working together to get off the island – Hammond attempting to build a car from scratch and Belleci more interested in blowing things up.