Theatre director, lyricist and translator of opera libretti as well as a composer, orchestrator and musical director, Jeremy Sams is the ultimate polymath. His film scoring credits include Enduring Love, for which he received an Ivor Novello Award in 2005 and The Mother (both of these scripted by Hanif Kureishi and directed by Roger Michel). Jeremy also scored the acclaimed BBC adaptation of Jane Austen’s Persuasion.
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We are proud to announce that Jeremy Sams’ score for the film Enduring Love has won the Ivor Novello Award for "Best Score for a Feature Film". This is the second year running that a Faber Music Media composer has picked up this prestigious award – Dan Jones having received the award in 2004 for his Max score. Jeremy’s score beat off tough competition from fellow nominees George Fenton and Harry Gregson-Williams. Based on the best-selling novel by Ian McEwan, the film tells the story of Read more
Best known for the romantic comedy Notting Hill and the pulp thriller Changing Lanes, Enduring Love is a gripping psychological drama from director Roger Michell. Based on the best-seller novel by Ian McEwan, the film tells the story of a couple whose lives interlock with an obsessive stranger after witnessing a tragic accident. Enduring Love follows in the footsteps of last year’s equally provocative The Mother, also directed by Michell with a jazz-style score by Jeremy. After screenings at Read more