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  • Errol Morris/ESPN

    01/03/2015

    Oscar-winning director Errol Morris' (The Unknown Known, The Thin Blue Line, The Fog Of War) films for ESPN "It’s Not Crazy, It’s Sports" will premier tonight as a two hour special (on ESPN).

    Paul's music features in all films, which showcase sports fans in more unusual and unconventional ways, including the notable New York Mets mascot, the owner of the famous racehorse "California Chrome" Steve Coburn and sports memorabilia owners.  Although the films are all short, collectively they will run as long as a feature film.

    In the latter part of 2014, Paul's music was used in one of Morris' peace films about noble prize winner Lymah Gbowee. 

  • The Numbers Station Soundtrack

    19/02/2015

    Moviescore Media has released the soundtrack to The Numbers Station.

    The film follows disgraced black ops agent Emerson (John Cusack) who is sent to a remote CIA broadcast station to protect code operator, Katherine (Malin Akerman).  The station soon becomes the target of a deadly plot, forcing Emerson and Katherine to work together...before it's too late.

    The soundtrack can be bought digitally on Amazon, iTunes, eMusic and Spotify.

  • Murder

    23/01/2015

    Paul has begun composing for upcoming BBC series "Murder". Following the success of the BAFTA award-winning pilot "Murder: Joint Enterprise" in 2012, the BBC have commissioned the Touchpaper crime drama for a full series.

    Writer Robert Jones returns with new scripts that again feature the suspects and investigating officers giving monologues direct to camera, telling their versions on events in each case - a bold and emotionally intense experience for the viewer.

    BAFTA award winning Director Birger Larsen will return, alongside artist/filmaking team Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard (20,000 days on Earth).

  • The James Plays: Evening Standard

    02/12/2014

    The James Plays won Best Play at the Evening Standard Awards on Sunday evening.  

    Writer Rona Munro's plays depict three generations of Stewart Kings who ruled Scotland.  Paul scored James I and co-composed James II with Scottish electro duo Boards of Canada.  Receiving the award, Munro joked "Who knew 15th Century Scottish history could be so interesting?"

    The plays were directed by Laurie Sansom, at The National Theatre Scotland.

  • Errol Morris Films

    13/10/2014

    Oscar-winning director Errol Morris (The Fog of War, The Thin Blue Line) has made three new films about previous Noble Prize winners.  Paul's music was used on "The Dream", which focuses on Leymah Gbowee.  

    In the early 2000s, she led a women's peace movement, one which ended dictator Charles G. Taylor's power and sent him to the International Criminal Court at The Hague. Her efforts helped bring an end to the Second Liberian Civil War.

    See all three films here http://nyti.ms/1qS4PWd

     

  • Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever

    24/09/2014

    It's Christmas time!  Paul has signed up to score Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever, working again with Walking With Dinosaurs' Tim Hill.  

    The film showcases Grumpy Cat, in a mall pet shop, who has become somewhat resentful over the years due to customers ignoring her.  As the holidays approach, Grumpy Cat finds a companion in a young girl who can hear her every thought.    

    The film will star Aubrey Plaza (Parks and Recreation, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World) as the voice of the crabby feline, and will air in November.  

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