Wed, 30 Oct 2019 16:19:46 GMT
Both Nainita Desai (For Sama) and Jack Arnold (Wild Rose) are nominated for Best Music at the British Independent Film Awards 2019. Now in its 22nd year, the awards highlight the most innovative and creative independent filmmaking in the UK. Whilst promoting the British film industry, the awards also identify and encourage emerging talent.
Alongside further nominations, For Sama and Wild Rose are also both nominated for Best British Independent Film.
Nainita is a BAFTA Breakthrough Brit and has scored countless bespoke TV series and film scores. She is a Music+Sound Award 2016 winner for Best Feature Film Score, GOPO Romania Film Awards Nominee 2019 for Best Film Score, RTS West Award 2019 Nominee for BBC series 'Extraordinary Rituals'.
Nainita’s releases include WW2 thriller 'Enemy Within', BFI psychological horror 'Darkness Visible' and 'The Life After'. 'For Sama' (C4/PBS) is directed by Emmy award winner Ed Watts and Waad Al-Kateeab and has already won awards including Best Documentary at SXSW, HOTDOCS, Cannes Film Festival, Sheffield Documentary Festival.
Jack C. Arnold is an RTS nominated film, television and theatre composer. He acted as musical director and composer for 'Wild Rose', which premiered at Toronto International Film Festival in 2018 (directed by Tom Harper). Jack has also worked on William Boyd’s play, 'The Argument' (2016) at The Hampstead Theatre; 'The Level', a six-part drama for ITV (starring Lindsey Coulson and Noel Clarke); 'Loaded' a comedy-drama for C4 and documentary 'The Attack: Terror In The UK' (dir. Gabriel Range).view more - CreativeManners McDade, Wed, 30 Oct 2019 16:19:46 GMT