in Film & TV
July 2014 Radio 3
Synopsis: Gary has composed a piece for the Verb considering George Orwell’s essay ‘Rudyard Kipling’. Performing with Gary is Nick Cooper on Cello; and Harriet Walter reads Orwell’s words.
Film fans may not be quite as familiar with the name Gary Yershon as acting stars Eddie Redmayne or Benedict Cumberbatch. Yet come Sunday, they will all share the same red carpet, part of the contingent of British talent all vying for the iconic golden statuette at the Oscars. While the actors may be in […].../ ➝
Nominated for a 2015 Oscar and Ivor Novello Award for his score to Mike Leigh’s highly acclaimed Mr Turner, Gary Yershon’s 40-year career as a composer – spanning film, television, theatre and radio – continues to grow and grow to this day. **Oscar Nomination for Best Original Score** **Ivor Novello Award Nomination 2015: Best Original […].../ ➝
Sparklab Prods for BBC Radio 4, 2013 Synopsis: The Now Show’s Hugh Dennis and Steve Punt with Julian Rhind-Tutt from Green Wing star in a sparkling new dramatisation of Jerome K Jerome’s comic classic. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b039z4f2 Author: Jerome K Jerome.../ ➝
Transfer to radio of The Royal Court Theatre’s 2011 production of Arnold Wesker’s landmark play from 1958 that captures the collapse of an ideology, alongside the disintegration of a family. Directed for the stage by Dominic Cooke, for radio by Simon Godwin, and produced for BBC Radio 3 by Catherine Bailey. .../ ➝
In 2011, as part of the celebrations for the reopening of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre after a major renovation, the RSC asked The Brothers McLeod to make ‘Billy’ featuring William Shakespeare and his pet pig Francis. In each animation Billy searches for a crucial idea for one of his plays.