‘A Love Worth Giving’ tells the story of Sam and Luke, a young couple torn apart while waiting for a lung donor. Highlighting the need for organ donors in the UK this extremely moving film takes us on a short life journey through love and loss.
It was a pleasure to work with James on this important project. When writing the score I was very conscious of maintaining an emotional sincerity without overplaying the drama. Here’s one of the more poignant musical moments from the film:
Jerry Rothwell’s latest feature documentary ‘How To Change The World‘ has won the Sundance jury prize for ‘Best Editing’. The film tells the story of how Greenpeace evolved. From a bunch of visionary hippies setting sail to scupper a U.S government atomic test in Alaska to the development of a powerful international organisation.
One of the most significant scenes in the film is accompanied by a piece of music that I wrote and recorded with the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. Greenpeace position themselves dangerously between the whales and Russian Harpoons:
Very excited to have recently signed a music publishing contract with Rupert Hollier, Creative Director of Publishing and Sync at Metropolis Music Publishing, and former Film Synchronisation Manager at Imagem Music.
Original soundtrack link:
World Premiere at Edinburgh Film Festival- 9:10pm, 22nd June 2013
Written and directed by Justin Edgar. Original score by Vincent Watts
A surreal and anarchic anti-teen movie about three misfits having the night of their lives. Starring Michael Smiley (Kill List, For Those in Peril, A Field in England) Jamie Blackley (The Fifth Estate) Sean Teale (Skins) Rosamund Hanson (This is England) and Adam Gillen (Fresh Meat). In cinemas 2013.
“….a hilarious script, a knockout soundtrack and an excellent ensemble cast..”
Comedy thriller starring Tim Roth and Peter Mullan | Sound Design & Mix by Vincent Watts
The score I wrote for this film fuses electronica, middle eastern and orchestral styles:-