In Nightmare Alley, an ambitious carny (Bradley Cooper) with a talent for manipulating people with a few well-chosen words hooks up with a female psychiatrist (Cate Blanchett) who is even more dangerous than he is.
The official international trailer features Biz Colletti & Talina’s cover of the Billie Holiday classic ‘I’ll Be Seeing You’, Johann Johannsson’s Scratch Fight (Focus Remix) and Daemon Reaper by Adrian Valdez.
We were the Music Supervisors for the trailer and Nightmare Alley hits UK cinemas on 21st January 2022.
Inspired by writer, director, and star Aml Ameen’s life, Boxing Day follows Melvin (Ameen), a British author living in America, who returns home to London for Christmas to introduce his American fiancée, Lisa (Aja Naomi King), to his eccentric British-Caribbean family. Their relationship is put to the test as she discovers the world her fiancée has left behind.
We are proud to announce that a selection of films we recently worked on, won many categories at this year’s BIFA Awards!
After Love, directed by Aleem Khan, won six awards including Best British Independent Film, Best Director, the Douglas Hickox award for Best Debut Director and Best Screenplay. Joanna Scanlan also took home Best Actress and Talid Ariss Best Supporting Actor for their performances in the film.
Ali & Ava, directed by Clio Barnard, won two awards including Best Actor to Adeel Akhtar, and Best Music for our own Connie Farr and Harry Escott’s contribution.
Dashcam, directed by Rob Savage, won Best Effects.
Sweetheart, directed by Marley Morrison, won two awards, Breakthrough Performance and Breakthrough Producer.
We are so thankful to have been involved with all these amazing films!
Click the link here to read the article by the Guardian.
Silent Night tells the not-so traditional festive tale of a group of old friends reunited to celebrate Christmas in the comfort of an idyllic country home, whilst the world faces impending doom.
Writer and director Griffin’s debut features a star studded array of British and international acting talent; including Keira Knightley (Love Actually, Pirates of The Caribbean), Matthew Goode (The Kings Man, Downton Abbey), Roman Griffin Davis (Jojo Rabbit), Annabelle Wallis (The Mummy, Peaky Blinders), Kirby Howell-Baptiste (Cruella, Queenpins), Ṣọpé Dìrísù (Gangs of London), Rufus Jones (Stan and Ollie), Lucy Punch (Motherland) and Lily-Rose Depp (The King).
The Official Trailer cut by Empire Design, features La Gazza Ladra Overture by Rossini, and You’re The Only World I know – written by Sonny James and Bob Tubert.
We were the Music Supervisors for the trailer and Silent Night hits cinemas December 3rd.
We are incredibly proud to announce that ThinkSync’s, Connie Farr, alongside composer, Harry Escott, has won the 2021 British Independent Film Award for Best Music in Ali & Ava.
Dom Farley assisted with the music supervision and Claire Munro handled the licensing.
Clio Barnard’s ‘Ali & Ava’, received seven nominations including Best British Independent Film and Best Director. The best music award, a category sponsored by Universal Music Publishing Group, has been announced ahead of the ceremony on December 5th 2021.
Time Out said of the music in the film [the lead characters are] “soon bonding over the Buzzcocks and squabbling over whether or not you can dance to country music. It’s the glue that gradually bonds them, and the soundtrack is a drunken jukebox of Dylan, Daniel Avery, Irish folk and Sylvan Esso tunes.”
Check out the BIFA page here to read about the other craft winners and nominees across categories.
We are very grateful and congratulations to all the other winners!
Variety shared a review of Ali & Ava from this years’ BFI London Film Festival.
Connie Farr handled the music supervision for this film.
“The film’s first memorable use of music comes as his car is being barraged. Ali puts on a track by neighborhood favorite MC Innes, and suddenly, the hostiles have dropped their rocks and are dancing along. The next time Ali and Ava meet, he has his headphones on, and she’s got folk playing on her earbuds. With just a little bit of ingenuity, they find a way to enjoy their conflicting musical preferences in one another’s company.”
Click here to read the full review on the Variety website.
We are delighted that two amazing films and a tv series that we worked on premiered at the 65th BFI London Film Festival this year!
On 10th October, the premiere of ‘True Things’ directed by Harry Wootliff. The cinema was packed with cast & crew, industry professionals and film enthusiasts. It truly was a marvellous evening!
‘Ali and Ava’, directed by Clio Barnard, was presented on 13th October, as the Mayor of London’s Special Presentation film, at the Royal Festival Hall, by Film London and Sadiq Khan. What a privilege it was to have been involved in this production!
‘Curse of the Chippendales’, directed by Jesse Vile, tells the bizarre story of behind the scenes of the most popular male exotic dance show. The crime documentary was shown as part of the series section of the festival. We think this is must-watch, with a great 80’s soundtrack!
It was such a pleasure to be involved in all three of these projects, we are so proud of everyone who made them possible!