Ed Scolding - Composer
Ed Scolding - Composer
 

-  Winner, Best Feature Film Score at the International Music + Sound Awards 2016  -

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photos by Emile Holba

REVIEWS

Mile End (reflects) a growing discomfort between Londoners and their financial emperors... P.s. the music by Ed Scolding is absolutely brilliant…
— CRISPY SHARP
Highly sophisticated and imaginative sound design with intense but under-stated music... extraordinarily effective in bringing the drama to life
— FABER MEDIA MUSIC
The score, by Ed Scolding, moves from harmony to discord, adding considerably to the tension and sense of foreboding. Elsewhere, percussive elements draw us in to Paul’s obsession and anxiety.
— QUADRAPHEME
Completely understood what I am trying to achieve!
— LOTTIE KINGSLAKE, DIRECTOR
Ed Scolding provides an accomplished score, with a desolate sounding fiddle capturing the fragility of the little boy’s situation
— BENN VEASEY
An eerie waltz... is playing in the background... the film hits exactly the right note: dark and silly and disturbing all at once
— LITTLE WHITE LIES MAGAZINE
The actors’ performance is matched by the score, which deftly conveys all that remains unspoken and sets the perfect mood for this twisted tale.
— RAINDANCE FILM FESTIVAL
Anna Valdez-Hank’s pristine camerawork, Ed Scolding’s subtle atmospheric score and the enigmatic character called John… keep things ticking over tensely during the film’s 101 minute running time.
— FILMUFORIA
 

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