In tactfully tackling some of the often-sensationalized issues surrounding schizophrenia, Sattler and screenwriter Steve Waverly craft a topical and emotionally accessible film that should easily connect with sympathetic viewers.. – Justin Lowe The Hollywood Reporter
Broken Diamonds is about a young writer (Ben Platt) who sees his dream put in jeopardy when he has to take care of his mentally ill sister (Lola Kirke). The film’s score by Keegan DeWitt (All The Bright Places, “Divorce“) and Dabney Morris (Almost Love, Atlanta’s Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children) is available now digitally on all major music services! Keep reading to view the album tracklist and streaming links.
FilmRise presents Broken Diamonds, available now on Digital (rent it on Apple TV).
Lakeshore Records is pleased to release the soundtrack to Camp X-Ray, the new film starring Kristen Stewart (Twilight Saga, The Runaways, Panic Room). Los Angeles-based Composer Jess Stroup is a classically-trained multi-instrumentalist who was recently recognized on Indiewire’s 2014 list of film composers to watch. Stroup’s imaginative electronic and guitar-based scores have provided the backdrop for indie films, television and commercials. Camp X-Ray is Stroup’s first feature film score as Composer. Watch Camp X-Ray opens in theaters on October 17 (check showtimes).
Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to Camp X-Ray, with original music by Jess Stroup (Horrible Bosses, Ride Along). Peter Sattler‘s directorial debut, the film stars Kristen Stewart (On The Road, Twilight, Welcome to the Rileys) and Peyman Moaadi (A Separation, About Elly) with John Carroll Lynch (Shutter Island, Zodiac), Lane Garrison (Shooter, Fox’s Prison Break), and Joseph Julian Soria (Crank: High Voltage, Fast & Furious) in supporting roles. A Sundance 2014 Selection, Camp X-Ray opens in theaters on October 17. More soundtrack information forthcoming.
Camp X-Ray is an American Independent drama based at Camp X-Ray in a temporary detention facility at Guantanamo Bay detention facility. Kristen Stewart plays Army recruit Amy Cole who is placed as guard at Guantanamo Bay. Her loyalties come into question when she strikes up a friendship with a detainee.