Cutting Edge Commercial has created the new sonic logo for Castrol’s support for the FIFA World Cup. Working with The Brand Union we created a sonic logo to communicate the technical excellence of the Castrol brand and the real passion of the FIFA World Cup. The logo is now being used around the world at the end of Castrol’s television commercials. To hear the logo visit www.cecmusic.co.uk
Daniel Jackson will lead a seminar on Sonic Branding at New York Festival’s International Advertising Awards in Shanghai. The event will be held from June10th-12th and will assemble some of the industy’s most experienced and well regarded advertising, marketing and media professionals. This year’s event coincides with the World Expo and will feature interactive speaking sessions, exhibits and screenings allowing for real, indepth discussions with industry leaders from all over the globe.
The French Open Tennis Championships have started at Roland Garros and so has Input’s Media global coverage of the event. This year viewers around the world will see the action accompanied by music composed by Cutting Edge’s Tom Player. Tom and creative director Elisa Harris have been working closely with Roland Garros’ production partner Input Media to create a suite of tracks for use on the daily coverage of the tournament.
The tournament runs from May 23rd until June 6th.
This highly anticipated album will consist of 16 specially selected tracks that encompass the energy and excitement of the film. The film was released in the US on April 23 2010 and will be released in the UK on May 28 2010.
Mastering of the album was done at Air-Edel Recording Studios.
This release features the score of this 360 Entertainment production, composed by Air-Edel composer Benjamin Wallfisch, which is uniquely staged in the round and debuted in Kensington Gardens in 2009 before moving to the London O2. It has just started a 7 week run in San Francisco and will subsequently tour other cities in the US.
Congratulations to Air-Edel composer Richard Wells who received a Bafta TV craft award nomination for Best TV Score for his work on Being Human. The awards ceremony will be held at the Hilton, Park Lane on 23rd May 2010.
We wish him the best of luck!
A historical drama set in Roman Egypt, concerning a slave who turns to the rising tide of Christianity in the hopes of pursuing freedom while also falling in love with his master, the famous female philosophy professor and atheist Hypatia of Alexandria.
Music by Dario Marianelli.
Score Coordinator – Maggie Rodford.