The Nial Adams Official Motion Picture Soundtrack is available on Spotify. The RTS East award-winning short documentary by Tom Martin tells the story of Nial Adams, an incredibly talented artist who creates stunning, Turneresque oil paintings inspired by the skies and landscape of Norfolk. Whilst art is in his blood, he only returned to it later in life. His story explores loss, grief, legacy and embracing change. The film score, which is composed by Two Twenty Two, features classical guitar performed by Tom Nettleship.
The documentary about Norfolk landscape artist, Nial Adams has won the award for Production Craft Skills at the RTS East award ceremony. The award recognises the huge variety of skills and processes involved in programme production from editing to lighting, and costume design to digital effects. The award is gratefully received by such a small team which consisted of Tom Martin's Forward, editor Michal Zak, colouring by Tom Clarke and Molinare, and Tom, Daisy and Dom at Two Twenty Two covering music and sound.
'Nial Adams' is a heartfelt short documentary film focuses on Nial's approach to the canvass whilst...
WOMENstruate premiered at the Global Health Film Festival in December 2019. The feature-length documentary by Lauren Anders Brown was scored by Two Twenty Two and features musicians including world-renowned jazz pianist Nikki Yeoh (Jazz FM Instrumentalist of the Year).
Documentary filmmaker Lauren Anders Brown and Two Twenty Two composer, Daisy Coole sat down for a discussion about normalising the conversation around menstruation, crowdfunding and Two Twenty Two's composer wish list for Lauren's upcoming feature documentary WOMENstruate. Read the interview HERE
Soundtrack.academy's latest podcast features Daisy Coole of composer duo, Two Twenty Two. In an in-depth interview about her career as a media composer, they discuss forming Two Twenty Two, tips for working in a composer partnership and finding projects with a mission and message.
'Shanti Khana' had its World Premiere at the Global Health Film Festival on 8th December, 2018. The short documentary was directed by Lauren Anders Brown, narrated by Golden Globe and Emmy nominated actress Ashley Judd and scored by Two Twenty Two. Other films premiering at the festival include the short documentary 'From Rags to Cups: giving refugee women a choice every month' by Nancy Durrell McKenna and 'Amá', a feature documentary by Lorna Tucker.
Six Year Old Fears is a short documentary featuring a six year old Syrian girl as she becomes a big sister in a refugee camp that has the best maternal mortality rate in the world.
Zaatari refugee camp now boasts the third largest populated city in Jordan, with 42 births per 1,000 people - exponentially higher than many other parts of the world. And despite the difficult conditions, mental and physical, the camp has not lost a single mother or child during birth since it opened. The war in Syria started 6 years ago, spanning the entire life of Sara. Zaatari is all she’s ever known, and her hopes, dreams, and fears have a...