While composer Marc Streitenfeld has been working for nearly two decades with directors like Ridley Scott, Tony Scott, Terrence Malick and John Woo, it was 2012’s “Prometheus” that really brought him to wider attention. His terrific work on the “Alien” prequel was one of the most memorable scores of that year…” Read the full review at Indiewire.com
Director: Saar Klein. Cast: Wes Bentley (Interstellar,Gone, American Beauty), Jason Isaacs (NBC’s Awake, Harry Potter and the Death Hallows: Part 2), Vinessa Shaw (The Hills Have Eyes, Eyes Wide Shut) and Haley Bennett (Marley & Me, Music and Lyrics).
If you missed out on the Q&A with After The Fall Director Saar Klein at Reddit AMA, read the entire transcript complete with juicy tidbits on his career and his work on After The Fall at Reddit IAMA. Starring Wes Bentley (Interstellar,Gone, American Beauty) Jason Isaacs (NBC’s Awake, Harry Potter and the Death Hallows: Part 2) and Vinessa Shaw (The Hills Have Eyes, Eyes Wide Shut), the movie opens this weekend in Los Angeles at the Arena Theater (check show times). After the Fall (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), to be released by Lakeshore Records, featuring the score by Composer Marc Streitenfeld, will be available digitally on December 23. Check out the track listing and stay tuned for the album preview!
03 Searching in the Dark
07 You Never Know
10 Whole Again
12 Home Sweet Home
13 Just to See You
Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to After The Fall, starring Wes Bentley (Interstellar, Gone, American Beauty), Vinessa Shaw (Eyes Wide Shut, The Hills Have Eyes) and Haley Bennett (Marley & Me, The Hole). Featured on the album is the score by Marc Streitenfeld (The Grey, Welcome to the Rileys,Gladiator), an accomplished composer known for his collaborations with Director Ridley Scott. Directed by Saar Klein, Oscar-nominated editor of The Thin Red Line and Almost Famous, After The Fall won “Best First Feature Film” at the film’s premiere this past February at the Berlin International Film Festival (read the review at Indiewire). The film opens in select theaters and on VOD on December 12.
When everyday family man Bill loses his job, his peaceful life quickly spirals out of control. Terrified that he will lose everything he has achieved, he turns to a life of crime, descending into drastic and dangerous measures to stay ahead of the law. As he fights to provide for his family, Bill discovers that the only thing worse than getting caught is getting away with it.