'Home By 8.30' is the new short film byPerry White and the official trailer has dropped today. The BFI-funded short debuted at Cambridge Film Festival in October as part of the BFI Network and is warming up for a festival run in 2020.
"In a tumultuous evening, a teenager is challenged by two contrasting realities that he is determined to never let crossover; his family life inside of his home and a violent encounter outside of his home."
Two Twenty Two scored the original music for 'Home By 8.30' with Dom Lancaster taking charge of post-production sound. This is the second collaboration between...
Comedy short film 'The Sexual Joneses' is set to screen at the Hamilton Film Festival in Ontario, Canada on 8th November 2019. Directed by Jan Maroske and co-written with Gill Harker, the film features a hammond organ jazz score composed by Two Twenty Two and performed by drummer Rod Youngs (Gil Scott-Heron, Lee Konitz, Sia), bassist Michael Searl (Jim Mullen, Seddick Zebiri) and Joe Bickerstaff on hammond organ. Listen to the score HERE.
Ask For Jane Official Soundtrack is now available on all digital platforms. With original music by Two Twenty Two, the score was mixed by Olga Fitzroy (Air Studios) and mastered by Cicely Balston (Air Studios).
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.
Continuing its successful festival run, 'Ask For Jane' - directed by Rachel Carey and scored by Two Twenty Two - is screening at the 2019 Omaha Film Festival on 9th March. It seems only fitting that this brilliantly feminist film is shown only a day after International Women's Day.
A behind-the-scenes music documentary showing the recording session of 'The Sexual Joneses' jazz film score. Musicians: Rod Youngs, Michael Searl, Joe Bickerstaff and Tom Nettleship. Recorded at Soup Studios, London. Documentary by Jess Dowse.
Between 1969 and 1973, The Jane Collective operated underground in Chicago, helping over 11,000 women receive safe, illegal abortions throughout the metropolitan area, learning and performing the procedure on their own in an era that refused to make them legally available. Before disbanding in the wake of Roe v. Wade in 1973, the group operated like a spy network throughout the city and provided a necessary public service to the women of Chicago.
War Has No Eyes screened at London's InShort Film Festival 2018 this weekend, held at Canada Water Theatre. The film was part of a programme of short films and animations celebrating brave souls going out into the world, embarking on adventure and seeking independence, only to find that patterns and people reappear. It was followed by a Q&A with the director, Perry White and lead actor, Kadeem Boyce.