Billed as the first such business of its kind, the music supervision collective will offer a new approach to the craft and is boosted by the founders’ existing relationships across TV and film.
Nick Angel’s past credits include the Bridget Jones Trilogy and Paddington 2, Sarah Bridge has worked on The Crown and Theory Of Everything, while Iain Cooke’s CV includes Amy and It’s A Sin and Catherine Grieves is known for her work on Killing Eve and Slow Horses.
45 RPM will specialise in all aspects of music supervision for film and TV, from collaborating on creative, song and composer choices, negotiating rights and budgets and on-camera music supervision.
This is the perfect opportunity to not only work with established talent on a global scale but, to also find and nurture the very best in new talent
The team’s recent projects include Wham! (Netflix),Champion (BBC/Netflix), What’s Love Got To Do With It (StudioCanal), Extraordinary (Disney), Raindogs (HBO), Liaison (Apple TV), Brassic (Sky), Mayflies (BBC), Back To Black (StudioCanal),Ticket To Paradise and the BAFTA-nominatedSee How They Run.
The company has a non-exclusive deal to work on the development and production of all music services on all StudioCanal films and TV.
The 45 RPM partners said: “We are so excited to bring our collective experience to 45 RPM. We pride ourselves in taking a unique approach to creative and collaborative partnerships. 45 RPM is the perfect opportunity to underline our shared ambition to not only work with established talent on a global scale but to also find and nurture the very best in new talent for our partners. A truly personal approach, drawing upon our ability to understand and interpret creative vision across music connectivity and on an array of projects.”
Pictured above (L-R): Iain Cooke, Catherine Grieves, Sarah Bridge and Nick Angel.