Lakeshore Records has released Alex Heffes’ score to The Arctic: Our Last Great Wilderness — available now digitally on all major music services! The score by Golden Globe-nominated composer Alex Heffes (The Last King of Scotland, Black Mirror), is both grand and intimate. Heffes utilizes both a full orchestra and more folk-oriented instrumentation to reflect all of the moments captured by the incredible camerawork of National Geographic photographer Florian Schulz. Keep reading for album listening links and more about the spectacular film.
Cosmic Picture presents a film produced by Terra Mater Factual Studios, written and directed by veteran IMAX® producer Myles Connolly and award-winning nature photographer and cinematographer Schulz.
Season 2 of the USA Network series starring Jessica Biel and Bill Pullman has started filming and is slated to premiere this summer. Keep reading to pre-order Alex Heffes’ score to Pickpockets and the vinyl release of Mychael Danna & Jeff Danna’s score to Alias Grace.
Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to Pickpockets, available digitally on May 18! The album features score by Golden Globe®-nominated composer Alex Heffes (The Last King of Scotland, Touching The Void). The film is directed by Peter Webber (The Girl With The Pearl Earring) Keep reading to learn more about Pickpockets and Alex Heffes.
Matthew Fox plays General Bonner Fellers, under General MacArthur’s command in Emperor(watch it on Netflix). Based on true events, the movie focuses on the short period when Gen. MacArthur oversees the surrender of Japan. Released by Lakeshore Records, the film score by Composer Alex Heffes (The Last King of Scotland, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom) tastefully captures the emotions and the essence of this monumental period in history.
The period drama, set during the immediate aftermath of World War II, is centered around the investigation of Emperor Hirohito’s involvement in Japan’s military decisions. During the 10 days allotted to General Fellers’ investigation, he also tries to search for his long-lost college love, Aya (played by Eriko Hatsune), whom he fears may have died.