Dan Jones is one of Britain’s most admired and sought-after film composers. His score for Max, Menno Meyjes’ controversial first feature about the early years of Hitler, starring John Cusack and Noah Taylor, received an Ivor Novello Award in 2004. Other film credits include Shadow of the Vampire, starring John Malkovich and Willem Dafoe, and Francesca Joseph’s Tomorrow La Scala! (BBC Films). His most recent film credit is the Anglo-Spanish co-production Manolete, starring Penelope Cruz and Adrien Brody.
Television work includes the BBC’s 10-part The Life of Mammals, Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life (both presented by Sir David Attenborough and the second series of Criminal Justice.
News & Reviews
Dan Jones's original score for Liam Scarlett's full-evening ballet, 'Hansel and Gretel', has been praised widely following its recent premiere run at The Royal Ballet. Read more
We are very pleased and proud to announce that Dan Jones has won the Ivor Novello Award for best television soundtrack with his score for 'Any Human Heart'. Read more