BAFTA Conversations with George Fenton

BAFTA Conversations with George Fenton
George Fenton will be speaking in the Elgar Room at the Royal Albert Hall on September 23 as part of Conversations with Screen Composers, presented by BAFTA and the Royal Albert Hall.

George Fenton’s work in film and television has seen him score for over 100 films and collaborate with some of the most influential filmmakers in the UK. His ambitious and masterful approach to music is most recognised in the BBC landmark series The Blue Planet, Planet Earth and Frozen Planet, for which he has won numerous awards including a BAFTA and Emmy award for Best Television Score. His most recent scores include Stephen Frears’ latest film Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight, the music for Ken Loach’s film The Spirit of ’45 and the hugely successful Untold Stories by Alan Bennett, which has recently moved to the West End. Fenton is five times Oscar nominated.

BAFTA is the leading UK charity for film, television and video games. As well as the BAFTA Awards ceremonies, they are committed to sharing the craft of film, television and games production, staging over 200 public events a year across the UK, which give BAFTA members, the industry and the public the opportunity to learn first-hand from leading industry practitioners.

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