Stephen Warbeck has a number of movies coming out this year. Premiering at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival in a few weeks is the drama Angels Crest. The film stars Jeremy Piven, Elizabeth McGovern, Kate Walsh, Thomas Dekker and Mira Sorvino. The movie centers on a young father who loses his son, throwing the community into disarray at the time of Waska – the first snowfall of the year. Angels Crest is directed by Gaby Dellal who previously worked with Warbeck on the 2005 drama On a Clearer Day starring Peter Mullan and Brenda Blethyn. No release date has been set yet for the independent movie. For updates on the film, visit the official Facebook movie page.

Two films that the Oscar-winning composer scored last year have recently premiered in Europe. There Be Dragons directed by Roland Joffe and starring Charlie Cox, Wes Bentley and Olga Kurylenko opened last week in Spain. In the drama set during the Spanish Civil War, a candidate for canonization is investigated by a journalist who discovers his own estranged father had a deep, dark and devastating connection to the saint’s life. The film is set for a May 6, 2011 release in the US. For more information on the movie, visit the film’s official website and Facebook page. No word yet on a soundtrack release, but almost 15 minutes of audio clips from Warbeck’s score can be checked out here.

Opening this weekend in the UK is the comedy Killing Bono starring Ben Barnes, Krysten Ritter and Pete Postlethwaite. In the film directed by Nick Hamm, two brothers attempt to become global rock stars but can only look on as old school friends U2 become the biggest band in the world. For updates on the film, visit the official Killing Bono blog. No domestic release date plans have been announced. A soundtrack album has been released in England earlier this week. The album features two tracks from Warbeck’s original score, as well as several songs from the film. To listen to audio clips from the soundtrack, visit