Mark Isham is scoring the upcoming documentary Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992. The film is written and directed by John Ridley (12 Years a Slave, Shame) and explores the city-wide violence that began April 29, 1992, when the verdict was announced in the Rodney King case. The movie delves beyond the conflict between law enforcement and the black community to look at tensions across the city as a whole. Ridley is also producing the project. Isham has previously collaborated with Ridley on the TV series American Crime, which currently airs in its third season Sunday nights on ABC. Let It Fall is set to premiere on April 28, 2017 on ABC and will also receive a limited theatrical release on April 21. (Deadline)
Isham also continues to score ABC’s Once Upon a Time. His upcoming feature projects include the animated feature Duck Duck Goose, Jennifer Morrison’s comedy Sun Dogs and the drama Megan Leavey, which will be released in theaters on June 9 by Bleecker Street. He also scored Scott Hicks’ upcoming fantasy romance Fallen, as well as the drama A Family Man (previously entitled A Headhunter’s Calling), which will be released on DirecTV in May.