Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May are back with The Grand Tour: A Massive Hunt which sees the trio head to Madagascar on an incredible treasure hunt.
Connie Farr and Dom Farley handled the music supervision for this highly-anticipated adventure special which is available to stream on Amazon Prime on the 18th of December, 2020.
Check out the
trailer here which features the timeless track “The Seeker” by The Who
BAFTA has named its BAFTA Breakthrough participants for 2020, with the 34-strong list consisting of rising talent in film, TV and games in the UK and the US.
ThinkSync Music have been incredibly privileged to have worked alongside the talented
Aleem Khan ( , After Love) Bukky Bakray ( ) and Rocks Rubika Shah ( who have been named in this impressive list of emerging talent from the UK. White Riot)
For a full list, and more information on the
2020 BAFTA Breakthrough Talent please see link below:
Read Bukky Bakray’s interview in
British Vogue where she speaks about going from an unknown schoolgirl to a BAFTA Breakthrough Talent
ThinkSync’s own Connie Farr sat down with the lovely folk at Stamp The Wax to chat about how the music used in Rocks was a key component of the film’s success.
Check out the full interview
The BIFA Long List is an important moment of recognition for many filmmakers and we’re so honoured to have worked on some of these films alongside incredibly talented crews.
We’re over the moon to see both Theresa Ikoko and Claire Wilson on the Debut Screenwriter longlist for Rocks for which Connie Farr and Dom Farley were music supervisors.
Huge congratulations also goes to Helen Simmons for making the Breakthrough Producer longlist for her acclaimed comedy Say Your Prayers. Music supervision handled by Connie Farr.
The acclaimed Perfect 10 also got a mention as producer Jacob Thomas was in the Breakthrough Producer longlist and Eva Riley also made the Debut Screenwriter longlist. Dom Farley was music supervisor.
Rubika Shah was also featured on the Debut Director long-list for her Grierson Award-winning doc ‘White Riot’. Connie Farr and Dom Farley handled music supervision.
BBC Two, BBC Films and the BFI have
announced a partnership which will see a season of British Independent Films broadcast on BBC Two from the 24th of October, 2020.
Broadcasting on BBC Two on the 28th of November at 10pm is Hong Khaou’s ‘Monsoon’, starring Crazy Rich Asian’s Henry Golding, which debuted to critical acclaim and has gone on to garner high praise from the likes of
The New York Times, IndieWire, The Guardian and many other reputable sites both on a national and global scale.
Connie Farr and Dom Farley were the music supervisors on this production and are so exited for you to see the film which will be available to stream on BBC iPlayer once the film has been broadcast.
ThinkSync Music are very proud to have worked on the highly anticipated international trailer for
The Croods: A New Age
We re-join our favourite prehistoric family, The Croods, as they are challenged by another family, The Bettermans, who claim to be better and more evolved.
Check out the trailer
here for a look at the long-awaited sequel to DreamWork’s box office smash-hit, The Croods.
Amazon Prime Video is the new home of international Rugby Union in November and December with a brand new tournament – the Autumn Nations Cup.
It’s the first competitive Autumn international tournament and the first full tournament after a six-month break for international rugby.
Check out all the action over four jam-packed weekends starting on the 13th of November and ending on the 6th of December.
Connie Farr handled the music supervision for the promo which featured Sam & Dave’s soul anthem,
‘Hold On, I’m Coming’
Eva Riley’s coming-of-age drama
Perfect 10 tells the story of Leigh, a teenage gymnast, whose life is upended when she meets Joe, the half-brother she never knew she had.
Perfect 10 has received some incredible reviews from The Times, The Guardian, Screen Daily and other reputable sites
Dom Farley was the music supervisor on this critically acclaimed drama, which is available to stream on
BBC iPlayer now!
Keith Fulton and Lou Pepe return to continue telling the story of Terry Gilliam’s ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ , a project that took nearly 30 years to complete.
Screen Daily announced today that this feature-length documentary film won best
UK Feature at the 2020 Raindance Film Festival; the film has received critical acclaim ahead of it’s US release scheduled for the 10th of November, with outstanding reviews in The Guardian, Hollywood Reporter and other reputable sites.
Dom Farley was the music supervisor for this documentary that portrays artistic obsession in practice as we watch Gilliam overcome a constant string of obstacles.
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