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August 2019: Dark Mon£y, Catching a Killer, Mental Health

Dark Money’ premiered on BBC1 on 8th July 2019. Meanwhile, Sarah is working on two new documentary features; the first is the next film in the BAFTA nominated series ‘Catching a Killer’ directed by Jezza Neumann for Channel 4; the second is a new feature documentary directed by Katie Rice for BBC3 on mental health which will transmit just before Christmas.


April 2019: What Happened To Evie

Sarah won Best Original Music for her score for ‘What Happened To Evie’ at the Oxford International Short Film Festival 2019.


November 2018: Dark Mon£y

Sarah is currently scoring 4 part primetime Drama Series “Dark Mon£y’ (Dir. Lewis Arnold) for The Forge, which with transmit on BBC1 in Summer 2019.


October 2018: Catching a Killer, Can Cannabis Save Our Son?, Behind Closed Doors: Through The Eyes of a Child, The Great British School Swap.

In April, Catching a Killer was nominated for a BAFTA 2018 for Best Factual Series. In recent months, Sarah has been working on two Channel 4 documentary projects: ‘Can Cannabis Save Our Son?’ (dir. Erica Gornall) featuring Gogglebox’s Steph and Dom, and their son Max who will be one of the UK’s first adults to trial medicinal cannabis for the treatment epilepsy since the law was lifted this Summer; and ‘Behind Closed Doors: Through The Eyes of a Child’ (Dir. Anna Hall) which gives first hand accounts from children living in households that have been threatened and continue to be threatened by domestic violence. Sarah is currently working on a 3 part documentary series ‘The Great British School Swap’ (dir. Martin Fuller), for Channel 4 which explores the lack of racial integration in schools in the West Midlands. Teenagers from Tamworth Enterprise College and Saltley Academy  go on exchanges to each other’s schools to learn about each others’ beliefs, values and cultures.


March 2018: Humans 3, Girls on The Edge, Catching a Killer

Sarah is currently scoring the new series of the BAFTA nominated show ‘Humans’ (Series 3) for Kudos, Channel 4 / AMC. The new 8 part Drama is broadcasting later this year. Sarah has recently scored the primetime Documentary “Girls on The Edge’ for BBC2, as well as working on two short films, ‘Evie and ‘Home Girl’. The Channel 4 ‘Catching a Killer’ series she worked on last year (scoring 2 feature films in the series) has recently been nominated for the RTS Best Drama Series 2018.


March 2017: She’s French, Catching a Killer, A Killing in My Family

The Feature Documentary ‘A Killing in My Family’ broadcast to great acclaim on Channel 4 on March 8th.  Meanwhile Sarah is scoring 2 feature documentaries - ‘She’s French’ for Chalfont productions and ‘Catching a Killer: The Search for Natalie Hemming’ for BAFTA nominated director Anna Hall (Behind Closed Doors) with True Vision for Channel 4.


    Sarah's beautiful and haunting score for The Magnificent Lion Boy helps lift the animation to another level. As all good film music does, it supports the narrative without being intrusive and enriches the mood without dictating the viewer's experience.       Hugh Bonneville, Actor

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Sarah is a London based Film and TV composer. Her recent work includes Dark Money (BBC1), BAFTA nominated True Crime series Catching a Killer (C4), Seasons 2 & 3 of drama series HUMANS  (C4, AMC),  Prey (ITV), & The Treasures of Ancient Greece (BBC 4).


Sarah is represented by Faber Music Media. For more information, please contarct Catherine Grieves.

Catherine.grieves@fabermusic.com


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