Score for ’93 Days’

CKdMSStWgAAYryJ.jpg-largeAug2015: George will be scoring the upcoming thriller 93 Days. Based on a real story the film stars Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon) who plays a doctor who heads the Ebola outbreak in Nigeria which eventually got contained after taking the lives of several doctors. The score will be recorded with a 70 piece orchestra.

Judging the AADC Awards

aadc-awardsAug2015: George had the pleasure of being asked to judge the Adelaide Advertising and Design Awards in Australia! He voted on the Craft in Sound categories for original music and sound design!

African Movie Academy Awards Nomination

amaaJul2015: Excited to announce that George’s score for A Place in the Stars, directed by Steve Gukas has been nominated for an African Movie Academy Award.Particularly honoring as the AMMA awards are Africa’s most important film event and the most prestigious film award.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Africa_Movie_Academy_Awards. The ceremony will be held in South Africa this September! You can watch part of the recording of the score here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7QlldpGCCw

Call of the Void & Blight

BLIGHTUPLOADJune15: George had great fun scoring two projects in June. The shocking short horror ‘Blight’ for director Brian Dean, funded by the Irish Film Council and the film noir “Call of the Void” for director Dustin Kahia. Both used live soloists to complement the dark orchestral sound required.

Orchestral Sessions for ‘All That Jam’

May2015: George had a blast recording the Russian State Orchestra for the comedy score ‘All That Jam’!

Music for ‘The Visit’ trailer

May2015: George produced the trailer music used for  M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘The Visit’ through his music house Superior Music Audio. It’s spookily atmospheric!

Music Score for ‘All That Jam’

the-wolverine-svetlana-khodchenkovaApril2015: George is scoring the romantic comedy ‘All that Jam’ starring Chris Owen (American Pie) and Svetlana Khodchenkova (pictured in Wolverine). The film is written and directed by Sash Andranikian.

Music Score for “Operator”

OPERATOR-Final-Artwork-approvedFeb2015:George is thrilled to be working with Emmy awarded filmmakers Brothers Olson on the score for “Operator” starring Ving Rhames, Mischa Barton and Luke Goss. The film is a beat-the-clock action-thriller about a 911 operator and her estranged cop husband whose daughter is abducted, forcing them to dispatch the city’s police and fire units to remote locations at the kidnapper’s bidding.

 

‘Heartless’ is back

heartless-posterJan15: Happy New Year everyone! The second season of the Scandinavian vampire series ‘Heartless’ is wrapping up shooting and George will be continuing his score this month. The series is a huge success in Denmark and created a  new mythology with vampires of different powers and ages.

Music for ‘CTRL’

ctrlDec14: Commissioned by the Irish Film Board, CTRL  is a fantastic web series which follows a brilliant young hacker who must prove himself to an elite hacktivist group in order to gain their trust and help secure his freedom. Directed by Brian Dean and produced by Black Sheep Productions.

Music for ‘Short Fuse’

10882316_816313281761160_2008575361942204101_nNov2014: George is excited to be collaborating with producers George Zakk (xXx, Riddick) and Terry Dougas (Machete Kills,  The Invention of Lying) on the feature film ‘Short Fuse’. The score will be mixed with heavy electronica and world-music elements.

Music Score for Anti-Social

Anti-Social-Poster-250x350Oct 2014: George is excited to score Reg Traviss’ new movie “Anti-Social”. The score will include heavy use of Electronica, Big Beat and Dubtronica elements to match the stylistic approach to this edgy gangster movie.

Nice mention on DVD Review

Gagarin-DVD-212x300Aug2014: On top of the 5* reviews of George’s Gagarin First in Space soundtrack, Ben Read reviews the DVD release for The Hollywood News including a nice mention for the score! “…the film is easily carried by its unwavering charm and watchability. By the time George Kallis’ gorgeous score is played alongside the rolling credits…”