Patrick Doyle (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Brave, Sense and Sensibility, Rise of the Planet of the Apes) is reteaming with Kenneth Branagh on the upcoming historical drama All Is True. Branagh is also starring in the film, alongside Judi Dench and Ian McKellen. The movie is set in 1613 and follows William Shakespeare as he returns to Stratford after his renowned Globe Theatre burns to the ground, where he must face a troubled past and a neglected family. Ben Elton (The Thin Blue Line) wrote the screenplay. Tamar Thomas and Ted Gagliano are producing the project. Doyle has previously collaborated with Branagh on all of his movies, including Henry V, Much Ado About Nothing, Thor and Murder on the Orient Express and is also currently working with the director on Disney’s upcoming Artemis Fowl. All Is True will receive an awards-qualifying release in New York and Los Angeles on December 21, 2018 by Sony Pictures Classics before opening in theaters in 2019.

  1. Lucas Wilson says:

    Has Patrick Doyle ever not scored a Kenneth Branagh film?

    • Petr Kocanda says:

      Peter’s Friends. But there was no score… so…

    • There was also a version of The Magic Flute. Music for that was by some guy called Mozart?

    • Jeff Graebner says:

      Branagh’s 1995 film “In the Bleak Midwinter” (released in the US as “A Midwinter’s Tale) had a score by Jimmy Yuill instead of Patrick Doyle. If i remember right, the film had an extremely low budget and Doyle was too expensive. Doyle did have a cameo in the film, though.

    • Peter East says:

      Mr Doyle has written or collaborated every Sir Kenneth Branagh film plus many others.

  2. silenig says:

    Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1994) should not go unmentioned -underrated movie, and Doyle’s score is one of his most enjoyable works, an expanded and remastered release is long overdue as the 1994 CD shows its age.