Deadlight Soundtrack documentary 'The First Day Of Summer'
Award winning commercials and short film director Zak Emerson tells the story about splitboarding far off the beaten track in Iceland's far north, features a soundtrack made up of rearrangements from Dead Light's debut album.
This documentary short, 'The First Day Of Summer' world premiered at the highly prestigious Banff Mountain Film Festival. Read the synopsis below.
Arriving on Iceland's official first day of summer, director Zak Emerson tells the story about splitboarding far off the beaten track. Featuring snowboard journalist Pete Coombs (Sidetracked magazine, Snow magazine) they hit the road, heading into the deep winter of Iceland’s far north, and the untouched Troll Peninsula.
Travelling through such a harsh landscape, Pete begins to question his reasons for being there. Why visit such a remote Arctic country, in search of fresh powder turns, when the resorts of the alps offer relative safety and back up? Why risk so much: family, friends, possibly even his own life, for a simple adrenalin kick?
'The Souvenir' Official Trailer
Stand out track 'Tyranny Of The Frame' from Thomas William Hill's debut album on our record label Village Green is featured on the trailer for 'The Souvenir', an upcoming film about a young film student in the early 80s who becomes romantically involved with a complicated and untrustworthy man, starring Tilda Swinton and Richard Ayoade.
'World On Fire'
Directed by Adam Smith, and starring Oscar winning actress Helen Hunt with Sean Bean and Lesley Manville. World On Fire' is an upcoming seven-part World War II drama for BBC One. Telling the story of the first year of the Second World War, World on Fire will explore the impact of the conflict on ordinary people from Britain, Poland, France, Germany and the United States. Major Tom will oversee music supervision across the series.
'Apostasy Nominated For Six BIFA Awards'
'Apostasy', Daniel Kokotajilo's debut feature film about a faithful Jehovah's Witness who is forced to shun her own sister because of a religious transgression, is nominated for six British Independent Film Awards (BIFA). Music supervision by Major Tom.