Carol Morley’s incredible Dreams Of A Life is to have its first UK broadcast on Channel 4 on Thursday 7th February, 10pm.
The film follows the case of Joyce Vincent, a 38-year-old who died in her apartment above a shopping mall in North London in 2003. Her skeleton was discovered three years later in the apartment, where the TV and heating were still on. ThinkSync’s Connie Farr music supervised the film.
More info can be found here
Miaoux Miaoux’s ‘Singing In The Dark’ has successfully been placed in an upcoming episode of hit Canadian TV show ‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’.
The track is taken from his debut album ‘Light Of The North’, released in June 2011.
A massive congratulations to Adam Leon (director of Gimme The Loot) for being awarded Film Independent’s prestigious Someone To Watch Award, which “recognizes a talented filmmaker of singular vision who has not yet received appropriate recognition”.
Film Independent is a non-profit arts organisation that champions independent film and supports a community of artists who embody diversity, innovation, and uniqueness of vision.
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Wooden Shjip’s ‘Crossing’ has been placed in a current Billabong film. Entitled ‘Bad Bad Not Good’, the spot follows surfer Ryan Callinan and the highs and lows of his career.
Watch the film here
Wooden Shjip’s ‘Home’ has been used in an online film for Fox Racing. ‘Split Personality’ follows Drew Bezanson’s passion for motocross and BMX riding.
‘Home’ is taken from Wooden Shjip’s album ‘West’, released on Thrill Jockey Records.
Watch the clip here
We’re pleased to announce that ThinkSync have pitched and placed Miaoux Miaoux’s ‘Better For Now’ (Discopolis Remix) in the latest online Xbox Blockbuster Gold showreel.
The track is taken from his current Autopilot EP, released 15th October on Chemikal Underground.
Watch the spot here
We’re thrilled to announce that Gimme The Loot has won best feature film at the Molodist International Film Festival in Kiev.
Established since 1970, it is the only Ukrainian film festival and includes submissions from around the globe.
More information on the film can be found here
Iconic British folk singer Shirley Collins has recorded a voice-over for a short film as part of Sigur Ros’s ‘Mystery Film Experiment’. The project gave a modest budget to a dozen film makers and asked them to create whatever came into their heads when listening to songs from the band’s new album Valtari.
Directed by Nick Abrahams, Collins is the voice of the snail. View the beautiful film here
ThinkSync are proud to announce that Gimme The Loot is set to screen at the 56th BFI London Film Festival.
The first feature from hotly-tipped director Adam Leon, the film captivated audiences at SXSW earlier this year taking the coveted Grand Jury Prize. Music supervised by Connie Farr, it will also be released in theatres around the UK early next year by Soda Pictures.
Chided by Queens punks who have stepped onto their turf and messed up their artwork, Malcolm and Sofia are two Bronx kids who become determined to make a mark on the city with their graffiti. They plan to tag an iconic NYC landmark, and set out to hustle the $500 they need to get close to succeeding in their mission. Their adventure involves detours into drug-dealing and casual petty crime, though for all of Malcolm’s swagger and Sofia’s smart-mouthedness, the pair get ripped off or slapped down at every turn, as their audacious task appears to become an unlikely proposition.
Watch the trailer here
ThinkSync have successfully placed Atari Teenage Riot in an episode of Degrassi: The Next Generation. Now in its twelfth season, the Emmy-nominated Canadian teen drama explores an interesting group of adolescents and young adults going through the trials and tribulations of teendom at Degrassi Community School.
‘Collapse Of History’ appears in episode fourteen and is taken from ATR’s most recent album Is This Hyperreal?