Posts Tagged ‘Ken Loach’

Composer George Fenton (Dangerous Liaisons, Groundhog Day, Hitch, The Blue Planet) is reuniting with director Ken Loach on the upcoming drama Sorry We Missed You. The film starring Kris Hitchen, Debbie Honeywood, Katie Proctor and Rhys Stone explores the issue of hardship in modern-day Britain through the story of a young couple scraping to get by […]

George Fenton is reteaming with director Ken Loach on the upcoming drama I, Daniel Blake. The film stars Dave Johns in the title role, alongside Hayley Squires. The movie follows a middle aged carpenter who requires state welfare after injuring himself, and is joined by a single mother in a similar scenario. Paul Laverty (The […]

George Fenton is reuniting with director Ken Loach on the upcoming drama Jimmy’s Hall. The movie stars Barry Ward in the title role, alongside Simone Kirby, Jim Norton, Brían O’Byrne and Andrew Scott. The movie is set  in 1932 and follows Irish communist leader James Gralton who returns from a decade in New York to re-open the dance hall he built […]

Quartet Records has released a soundtrack album for Ken Loach’s comedy drama The Angel’s Share. The album features the film’s original score composed by the director’s regular musical collaborator George Fenton (Gandhi, The Fisher King, Groundhog Day). Also included are two songs featured in the film by by The Proclaimers and Deadmau5. The soundtrack is […]

George Fenton has reunited with director Ken Loach to score his upcoming feature-length documentary The Spirit of ’45 about a new socialism that emerged in the U.K. as World War II came to an end in 1945. The British director used footage from Britain’s regional and national archives, alongside sound recordings and contemporary interviews, to […]

George Fenton is reuniting with director Ken Loach on the upcoming comedy drama The Angels’ Share. The film starring John Henshaw, William Ruane, Gary Maitland, Roger Allam,Paul Brannigan, Siobhan Reilly and Jasmin Riggins follows a new father who narrowly avoids a prison sentence and starts a whisky distillery. Frequent Loach collaborator Paul Laverty (The Wind […]