Guy Pearce plays the role of his life – Pete Hammond, Deadline
Lakeshore Records has released the soundtrack to The Last Vermeer, available now digitally on all major music services! The album features score by award-winning composer Johan Söderqvist, known for his video game scores to Battlefield 1 and Battlefield V, and his 2008 score to BAFTA-nominated film, Let The Right One In (aka Låt den rätte komma in) was hailed as one of the best scores of the first decade of the millennium by Empire Magazine. See the tracklist, album purchase links, and movie trailer below. for The Last Vermeer.
Lakeshore Records has released the soundtrack to The Bay of Silence, featuring original score by John Swihart (Napoleon Dynamite, “How I Met Your Mother”, Youth in Revolt). See the track list and album purchase links below.
If John’s name sounds familiar, we featured two soundtracks featuring his score recently: Staten Island Summer and Nacho Libre. If you’re one of the lucky ones who got your hands on either of those soundtracks, then you know The Bay of Silence should not be missed.
“A fine cast classes up an old-school noir with #metoo overtones” – Variety
Directed by Academy Award-nominated Director Paula van der Oest (The Burnt Orange Heresy, Zus & Zo), The Bay of Silence movie is available now On Demand.
This is fundamentally a movie of surface pleasures, placing gorgeous actors in an equally stunning location and letting them parry with sharp words and lithe, angular bodies – Mike D’Angelo, AV Club
Will have you on the edge of your seat to the end. – Alan Ng, Film Threat
Armstrong, who has worked with everyone from Baz Luhrmann to the London Sinfonietta to Massive Attack, has provided an orchestral and electronic-based score that is both lush and gorgeously spare. It’s an evocative accompaniment to the sleek neo-noir thriller.
Sony Pictures Classics presents THE BURNT ORANGE HERESY, in NY and LA theaters Friday, March 6 (get tickets)!
Music.Film Recordings is set to release The Burnt Orange Heresy—Original Motion Picture Soundtrack featuring music by the Golden Globe and Grammy-winning composer Craig Armstrong (Ray!, Moulin Rouge!), in partnership with Varèse Sarabande Records. Armstrong, who has worked with everyone from Baz Luhrmann to the London Sinfonietta to Massive Attack, has provided an orchestral and electronic-based score that is both lush and gorgeously spare. It’s an evocative accompaniment to the sleek neo-noir thriller. Music.Film Recordings will release the album digitally on March 6th. See the album track list below.