the-huntPremiering in the U.S. tonight is the BBC natural history documentary The Hunt executive produced by Alastair Fothergill, produced by Huw Cordey and narrated Sir David Attenborough. The show’s original music is composed by Steven Price (GravitySuicide SquadFuryAttack the BlockAt World’s End) who received the BAFTA TV Craft Award for his work on the series earlier this year. Silva Screen Records has released a soundtrack album featuring the composer’s score overseas last year. The domestic album release is set for July 8. Check out our previous article for the full album details and to learn more about the docu-series, which premieres stateside on BBC America.

brahman-namanPremiering on Thursday, July 7 on Netflix is the period comedy Brahman Raman directed by Q and starring Shashank Arora, Tanmay Dhanania, Chaitanya Varad, Vaiswath Shankar, Sindhu Sreenivasa Murthy and Sid Mallya. Neel and Miti Adhikari have composed the film’s original music. The comedy is an homage to 1980s teen sex comedies and centers around a champion college quiz team who try to win the all-India finals and lose their virginities. The movie premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and is being released globally this Thursday on Netflix.

  1. SDH says:

    Say, whatever happened to George Fenton? He seemed to be the go-to composer for nature documentaries in the past decade or so.

    • qnebra says:

      He still compose music for BBC natural documentaries, but for “The Hunt” they hired Steven Price. Propably producers needs a other point of view, more action and drama packed music.