After premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival, Lion garnered strong praise and was first runner-up for the People’s Choice Award. The Garth Davis film, for which Dustin O’Halloran and Hauschka have composed the original score, will be released on November 25th by The Weinstein Company.
Directed by Jalil Lespert (Yves Saint Laurent), the film sees Charlotte Le Bon and Romain Duris starring alongside Lespert himself.
Iris will be released throughout France on November 16th.
In the past few months Dustin O’Halloran has been working on the score for Garth Davis’ new film Lion together with Hauschka.
Lion, starring Rooney Mara, Nicole Kidman and Dev Patel, is based on the true story of Saroo Brierley, who used Google Maps to track down the family he left in India when he was adopted by an Australian couple at age five. The film will be out in theaters in November of this year.
Read more about Lion over on Vanity Fair: http://bit.ly/28T5CGg
Dustin O’Halloran’s score for Prashant Nair’s film ‘Umrika‘ is now available to preview and download on iTunes.
The score includes strings recorded by the Budapest Art Orchestra, percussion by Tatu Rönkkö (Efterklang) and Shahzad Ismaily, and cello by Gyda Valtysdottir. It also features harp, marimba and other instruments, and for the first time virtually no piano.
- Oct. 25: Münster, DE – AV Picknick
- Nov. 06: Madrid, ES – Cats
- Nov. 07: Barcelona, ES – MiRA Festival at Fabra i Coats
- Nov. 29: Tilburg, NL – Theaters Tilburg
- Dec. 03: Lisbon, PT – Teatro Maria Matos
- Dec. 04: Braga, PT – Auditório Adelina Caravana
- Dec. 06: Madeira, PT – Madeiradig
- Dec. 09: Hasselt, BE – CC Hasselt
- Dec. 10: Leuven, BE – 30CC
- Dec. 11: Turnhout, BE – de Warande
- Dec. 12: London, UK – Barbican Centre (with Hauschka)
- Dec. 14: Manchester, UK – St Phillips Church
- Dec. 15: Leicester, UK – Bishop Street Church
A Winged Victory For The Sullen, Dustin’s project with Adam Bryanbaum Wiltzie, along with contemporaries Philip Glass, Bryce Dessner, Ludovico Einaudi and Jeff Beal were asked to share their thoughts on contemporary classical music and the tradition of sheet music. The video features AWVFTS’s ‘Atomos VIII’.