Derek has recently completed scoring the short thriller ‘Terror’ with new collaborator Giles Buchanan. The mix was recently completed at Twickenham Studios and the film has been accepted into Director’s Notes as well as the Indie Shorts Awards Cannes 2023! Check out the trailer below and read about the production process here.
SORORITY won 7 awards this weekend at the Scotland International Festival of Cinema, including recognition Derek’s score in the form of the Alan Parsons Award for Best Original Score.
The film also received honourable mentions in the form of the Vanguard Awards for Best Film, Best Director and Best Supporting Actress for Sophie Kennedy Clark.
Derek is thrilled to have won his first award and to be so …
Sorority has been Nominated for 9 Awards including Best Original Score at the Scotland International Festival of Cinema.
The Award Nominations are as follows:
Best Feature Film – James Webber, Nikhil Khosla & Sophie Kennedy Clark
Best Director Feature Film – James Webber
Best Screenplay Feature Film – James Webber
Best Actress in a Feature Film – Sophie Kennedy Clark
Best Supporting Actress In a Feature Film – Kate Dickie
Best Supporting Actor In a Feature Film – Sam Gittins
Best Ensemble Cast in a Feature Film
Juan Ruiz Anchia Award for Best Cinematography for a Feature Film – …
Derek joined Nicholas Marcus on The Film Scorer Podcast to talk about the score to Sorority. Along the way, we talk about Nic Cage’s acting career and how his boundary-pushing approach may have parallels to pushing film music forward, as well as music in AR and VR cinematic experiences.
The Film Scorer podcast is available on all major streaming platforms or you can listen below.
We’re so pleased to share that Sorority is now available to buy or rent on Amazon Prime. Huge congrats to all involved! Derek’s score to the film will be available on all streaming platforms this Valentine’s Day and you can pre-order your copy on Bandcamp now.
SORORITY has picked up four awards at this year’s Unrestricted View Film festival including:
The film also received a ‘Special Mention’ for Best Sound: Michael Bates, Mark Andrews, Mirko Simoni & Eleanor K. Russell. Such a wonderful film and it’s been a joy and an honour to be a part of the journey!
Sorority has won Best Film, Best Director (James Webber) and Best Supporting Actress (Kate Dickie) at Southampton International Film Festival! Big congrats to all the team! May the journey continue!
Our feature film ‘Sorority’ is now available to watch from the comfort of your own sofa. For the next two weeks the film will be screening online, alongside 39 other exciting feature films, as part of the Trendsetter Features programme at the 2020 London Lift-Off film festival. Full details on how you can gain access to our film, and many others, are on the Sorority website now!