Carol Morley’s Dreams Of A Life opened in theatres this weekend to huge success.
Premiered at this year’s BFI London Film Festival, both screenings sold out within a day and the film was nominated for their documentary category award, The Griersons. The film has also been nominated for Best Documentary for the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards.
Dreams Of A Life tells the sad and extraordinary true story of Joyce Vincent, a woman discovered in her flat after being dead for three years.
More info and ticket booking can be found here.
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The Evening Standard’s supplement for the LFF also featured a double-page spread on the film, including an in depth interview with the films director and creator Carol Morley.
Read the Evening Standard article: PDF (high quality) / JPG (lower quality)
We at ThinkSync have recently completed the music supervision and licensing for a BBC TV dramatisation of ‘The Borrowers’. Scheduled to air on BBC1 at 7.30pm on Boxing Day in the UK, the film stars Stephen Fry, Victoria Wood, Christopher Eccleston and Robert Sheerhan.
The first venture for Working Title TV, the one-off special is also set to air in numerous countries worldwide and be released on DVD/DTO in 2012.
‘The Borrowers’ is a fantasy adventure based on Mary Norton’s classic novel and follows a family of miniature people living under the floorboards of a house.
Full BBC press release can be read here
Radio Times piece
We are pleased to announce that ‘Lazy Bones’ by Wooden Shjips will feature in an upcoming episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead.
The multi-award nominated hit US TV show, now in its second season with a third confirmed, follows a small group of survivors seeking safety from flesh-eating living dead.
We’re pleased to announce that Real Fur will be used in an upcoming episode of Eastenders. ‘Animal’ will appear in Tuesday 22nd November’s episode.
Real Fur play muscular pop: the strong, syncopated rhythms found in highlife and new wave are mixed with a sense of melody and 3-part vocal harmony. Their latest single, ‘The Fool’, was released on the 24th October.
St. Vincent AKA Annie Clark performed ‘She Is Beyond Good And Evil’ by The Pop Group as part of her set on the Jimmy Fallon show recently. Her truly unique guitar style really adds to the track, with fans also experiencing it as part of her live set recently.
Watch the clip here
‘She Is Beyond Good And Evil’ first appeared on The Pop Group’s debut album ‘Y’ (1979)
Fleeting between post rock, orchestral pop, electronic and more, expect big dynamic shifts and epic uplifting sections. Artists include Codes In The Clouds, Fuck Buttons and The Unwinding Hours.
Full of drive and raw energy, these tracks are catchy and full of attitude. Fast moving and bound to get stuck in your head. Featuring Me My Head, Heavy Trash, The Phantom Band and Mink.
Hard, heavy and full of bass, here’s a range of breaking and established artists from the world of electro and more. Includes tracks from Atari Teenage Riot, Scottish label Numbers and Super Recordings.
A mix of both upbeat and mellow tracks with a primarily folk/acoustic feel. This is moving music about love, loss and growing up. Artists include Uno Moller, Admiral Fallow and Zoey Van Goey.
Ubisoft’s Driver: San Francisco has been released to critical acclaim. One of the most hotly anticipated racing games of the year, its extensive and varied soundtrack has been getting a lot of attention, making it the forerunner in the games market at the moment.
ThinkSync successfully placed ‘Born Bad, Born Beautiful’ by Two Lone Swordsmen, ‘On Fire’ by Alec Empire and ‘10,000 Years’ by The Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir.
View the trailer here