Stephen Warbeck’s is one of the the most successful British composers working in film today. His many credits include Shakespeare in Love (Miramax), for which he won an Oscar for Best Original Score; Captain Corelli’s Mandolin (Working Title/Universal), Billy Elliott (Tiger Aspect/Working Title), Birthday Girl (Portobello Films/Film Four/Miramax), Quills (Industry Entertainment/Fox Searchlight), Mrs Brown (Ecosse Films/Miramax) and My Son the Fanatic (BBC/Zephyr Films/Miramax).
Among Stephen's most recent TV works are The Dresser, starring Ian McKellen and Anthony Hopkins, for the BBC and Channel 4's prestigious 10-part drama, Indian Summers, while his most recent film scores include Hampstead (Ecosse Films), The Time Of Their Lives (Bright Pictures), Mon Roi (Les Productions des Trésor), Keeping Rosy (Air Productions/Redemption Films) and Seve (Renaissance Films).
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Two recently released films, On A Clear Day and The Oyster Farmer, have original scores by Faber's Oscar-winning composer Stephen Warbeck. On A Clear Day, directed by Gaby Dellal and starring Peter Mullan and Brenda Blethyn, was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. Now out in the UK it is scheduled for US release by Focus Features later this year. The Oyster Farmer, written and directed by Anna Reeves, was released in Australia in July. A love story abou Read more