Cutting Edge involved in ten selected for Toronto Film Festival

Films for the 2010 Toronto Film Festival have been announced and the Cutting Edge Group is proud to be linked to ten of them:

 

Another Year: The score for this British comedy drama was conducted by Air-Edel’s Terry Davis, and recorded and mixed at Air-Edel Recording Studios by Nick Taylor, assisted by Tom Bullen.

Barney’s Version: This film, which stars Paul Giamatti and Dustin Hoffman, has music supervised by Liz Gallacher and utilised the Resonant Fund.

Conviction: Hilary Swank’s latest film is a Resonant Fund film with a score by Paul Cantelon and supervised by Liz Gallacher.

Everything Must Go: Will Farrell’s indie film is a Resonant Fund film.

The First Grader: Maggie Rodford worked as Music Supervisor on this Resonant Fund film.

I Am Slave: This film, which debuts on Channel 4 at the end of August, utilised the Resonant fund while Alison Wright worked as Music Supervisor.

The King’s Speech: Alexandre Desplat has scored this Resonant Fund film, with Maggie Rodford working as the Music Supervisor.

Let Me In: The English adaptation of the Swedish hit film, Let The Right One In, was supervised by Liz Gallacher and is part of the Resonant Fund.

Super: The Resonant Fund supported this action comedy starring Liv Tyler and Kevin Bacon.

Vanishing on 7th St: This thriller, starring Hayden Christensen and Thandie Newton, is part of the Resonant Fund.