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Clip From Documentary Exuma Featuring Some Of My Music

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Here’s a short clip from a new documentary film by Colin Ruggiero called Exuma that features some of my music. The film features some stunning underwater and time lapse photography:

“The Exumas are a string of small islands in the Bahamas. “Exuma” is the first film to highlight the beauty of these remote “out islands.” The film is a view into this surreal world of sand, sky and water through the eyes and thoughts of a young woman who lives there. Underwater and time-lapse imagery are used to show a side of the Exumas that few people, even those lucky enough to have visited, have ever seen.”

Colin Ruggiero

Find out more about Exuma here:

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Some Of My Music Featured In New Financial Documentary: End Of The Road

End of the Road: How Money Became Worthless – Official Trailer (High Quality)

Some of my music is featured in a new financial documentary called End Of The Road: How Money Became Worthless, by filmmaker Tim Delmastro. The documentary takes a look at some of the issues leading to the recent global financial collapse and the future of the global economy.

You can watch the trailer for the movie above, which features my music track Kaleidoscope. The film is available on Netflix, Amazon or online at the official website for the film:

Buy or stream End Of The Road on

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Trailer For Documentary Film Exuma Featuring My Music

Here’s a trailer for a new documentary film by Colin Ruggiero called Exuma which features some of my music. As you can see from the trailer, the film features some beautiful underwater photography and time lapse footage all shot in HD:

“Prepare to hold your breath and dive into a thousand shades of blue on an exploration of the Exuma Cays – a tiny string of pearls tucked away in the middle of the 3,000 other islands that make up the Bahamas.  Shot entirely in HD, the film uses innovative underwater and time-lapse photography to capture the surreal beauty of the Exumas through the eyes of a young woman who lives there. Through Susanna’s eyes, we are given a window into a world few people have ever seen. Welcome to Exuma.”

Colin Ruggiero

Find out more about the film at

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My Music On Crime & Investigation Network: When Life Means Life

When Life Means Life – Anthony Arkwright Monday 9PM

On Monday 9th April, a new 6-part TV series begins in the UK on the Crime & Investigation Network which features my music throughout the 6 episodes. When Life Means Life focuses on some of Britain’s most dangerous and depraved criminals who have committed such extreme crimes that they will never be freed from prison.

Episode 1 (see short clip above) will be shown on Monday 9th April at 9pm on the Crime & Investigation Network which is available to Sky viewers on channels 553 & 555 or on Virgin channel 237. You can see some more online previews of the series all featuring my music on the Crime & Investigation Network website here:

Update: after Episode 1 on serial killer Anthony Arkwright, Virginmedia’s TV review page commented on “…its startling, horror film soundtrack” – job done!

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My Music Used In Occupy Films By Liam Leahy

Film and documentary maker Liam Leahy has made a series of films portraying some of the people involved in the Occupy movement. The video above shows a portrait of ‘Rene’ from Occupy Boston.

Liam’s videos have featured several of my music tracks and the above video uses my track ‘A Kind Of Distance‘ from Volume 5 of my royalty free music collection:

See more of Liam’s great work on his Vimeo page:

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PressPausePlay Documentary

If you’re at all interested in how music, film, books and art are created and consumed (and have an hour and a half to spare) I really recommend watching this excellent documentary PressPausePlay from House Of Radon; it’s nothing to do with me but I found it a fascinating watch!

Some great interviews with Seth Godin, Bill Drummond, Hank Shocklee, Moby and many more. You can actually download the film completely for free directly from the filmmakers’ website and then donate whatever amount  you feel you should (and if you enjoy it, I urge you do).

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Married, Single, Dead: Crime Show Featuring My Music

New Crime & Investigation Show Featuring My MusicSome of my dark atmospheric music will be featuring in an upcoming documentary on the Crime & Investigation Network. The show is called Married, Single, Dead and focuses on the darker side of social networking. The show will be broadcast at 9pm on Thursday 15th December 2011 and the Crime & Investigation Network is available on the following satellite and cable TV channels:

Sky Digital: Crime & Investigation Network – Channel 553
Crime & Investigation Network HD – Channel 555
Virgin Media: Crime & Investigation Network – Channel 237
(Crime & Investigation Network features in the XL Package)

You can see some preview video clips at the following link:

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Evolution The Grand Experiment Episode 2 Documentary Music Clip

Living Fossils, Evolution: The Grand Experiment, Episode 2

Here’s a short clip from episode 2 of the TV documentary show Evolution: The Grand Experiment that I finished scoring the music soundtrack for earlier this year. The show features some stunning nature footage and underwater photography (seen in the video here) and the soundtrack includes more orchestral arrangements as well as acoustic guitar, piano and atmospheric ambient music.

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Street Art Documentary Trailer Featuring My Track Algiers


Here’s a trailer for a documentary called Urbanbugs from filmmaker Aykut Alp Ersoy, featuring my music track AlgiersUrbanbugs is a documentary from Turkey which focuses on street art concepts such as graffiti, stencilling and wheatpasting, and looks into the history and contribution they’ve made to hip hop and urban culture, as well as the sociological, political and economical messages:

Algiers by Simon WilkinsonThe music track Algiers is a pulsing, driving and exciting contemporary electronica instrumental with synths, drum breaks, dramatic violin string stabs, piano riffs, sitar lines and a dusty yet modern electronic feel.

You can get the mp3 download of Algiers from my own online music shop for just 99p, as well as license this and lots more atmospheric instrumental music at low cost for your own films, YouTube videos, trailers or documentaries at the following link:

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My Score For Evolution The Grand Experiment Wins Gold Award!

Bat Evolution from Evolution: The Grand Experiment

Spontaneous Generation from Evolution: The Grand Experiment, Book and Video Series

Park City Film Festival documentary music award winnerMy music score for the documentary Evolution: The Grand Experiment (episode 1) has just won a Gold Medal for Excellence in Music for a Documentary Film at the 8th annual Park City Film Music Festival! I finished scoring episode 2 earlier this year which should be available soon.

The music for Evolution: The Grand Experiment features a wide range of styles and instrumentation from quirky orchestral plucked strings, woodwinds, percussion and other orchestral instruments to a more atmospheric ambient sound design approach.

The video clips above show some short examples featuring some of the music written for episode 1 of the documentary. The show has now aired on four television networks in Europe, four networks in North America and has been broadcast in 70 countries.

The DVD of episode 1 of Evolution: The Grand Experiment is available to buy from Amazon by clicking the following link:

Evolution: The Grand Experiment Episode 1

More of my orchestral music is available to license for your own documentaries from my music shop, or I can be hired to write the score for your documentary.