“A magnificent score written for [Eyes Wide Shut] by Jocelyn Pook. It is one of the
most varied and compelling in all Kubrick’s work.”


The Wife (2018)
Director Björn Runge
Music by Jocelyn Pook
The Staircase (2018)
Director François-Xavier de Lestrade
Music by Jocelyn Pook
Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
Director Stanley Kubrick
Starring Tom Cruise & Nicole Kidman.
Music by Jocelyn Pook: Naval Officer, The Dream, Masked Ball, Migrations
Soundtrack released by Warner Sunset / Reprise
ASCAP Award winner; nominated for CFCA Award, Golden Globe and OFCS Award
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Brick Lane (2007)
Director Sarah Gavron
Starring Tannishtha Chatterjee
Music Jocelyn Pook
Soundtrack released by Universal Classics
ASCAP Award winner
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The Merchant of Venice (2004)
Director Michael Redford
Starring Al Pacino, Jeremy Irons, Joseph Fiennes, Lynn Collins
Soundtrack released by Decca
Soundtrack received Classical BRIT Award nomination
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Gangs of New York (2003)
Director Martin Scorsese
Jocelyn Pook contributed one piece: Dionysus
Soundtrack released by Universal International
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Time Out (L'Emploi du Temps, 2001)
Director Laurent Cantet
Producer Caroline Benjo, Haut et Court production co.
Winner of Golden Lion award at the Venice Film Festival
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Augustine (2012)
Director Alice Winocour
Starring Vincent Lindon, Soko, Chiara Mastroianni
A look at the relationship between pioneering 19th century French neurologist Dr. Jean-Martin Charcot and his star teenage patient, kitchen maid who is left partially paralyzed after a seizure.
Room 304 (Værelse 304, 2011)
Director Birgitte Stærmose
Starring Mikael Birkkjær, Stine Stengade and David Dencik
Special Mention of the Jury for the soundtrack, Karlovy Vary Film Festival
Room in Rome (Habitación en Roma, 2010)
Director Julio Medem
Starring Elena Anaya, Natasha Yarovenko
To order the soundtrack from Karonte Distribuciones, please email exports@karonte.com
The People v. Leo Frank (2009)
Director Ben Loeterman
Starring Will Janowitz, Seth Gilliam, Jayson Warner Smith
In 1913 Atlanta, a child worker is found dead in the basement of the National Pencil Company. The police soon focus on Mary Phagan's boss, a Jewish engineer recently arrived from New York - Leo Frank. Frank's murder trial becomes a free-for-all of racial stereotypes and contradictions. The People v Leo Frank weaves first-rate drama with recollections, commentary, and a rich trove of archival images.
Chaotic Ana (Caótica Ana, 2009)
Director Julio Medem
Starring Manuela Vellés, Charlotte Rampling, Bebe
To order the soundtrack from Karonte Distribuciones, please email exports@karonte.com
Going South (Plein Sud, 2009)
Director Sebastien Lifshitz
Starring Léa Seydoux, Nicole Garcia, Yannick Renier
Remnants of Everest: The 1996 Tragedy (in USA: Storm over Everest, 2007)
Director David Breashears
As darkness fell on May 10, 1996, a fast moving storm of unimaginable ferocity trapped three climbing teams high on the slopes of Mount Everest. The climbers, exhausted from their summit climb, were soon lost in darkness, in a fierce blizzard, far from the safety of High Camp at 26,000 feet. This film tells the story of the five climbers who perished in that storm, marking the worst climbing tragedy in Mount Everest's history. But more remarkably, it is the story of eleven climbers caught in the storm and the eyewitness accounts of their astonishing survival in the world's most unforgiving environment.
Heidi (2005)
Director Paul Marcus
Starring Max von Sydow, Emma Bolger, Diana Rigg, Geraldin Chaplin, Robert Bathurst
The Government Inspector (2005)
Director Peter Kosminsky
Mark Rylance plays the role of Dr. David Kelly
Music received BAFTA TV Award nomination
Wild Side (2004)
Director Sebastien Lifshitz
Original music by Jocelyn Pook
Label Naive NV 801611
The War in Paris (La Guerre à Paris, 2002)
Director Yolande Zauberman Hachette
Premiere production co.
Addicted to the Stars (2002)
Director Mike Radford
Part of a group of 10 minute film projects shown together as a feature called 10 minutes Older
The Repentant (La Repentie, 2002)
Director Laeticia Mason
Starring Isabelle Adjani
Producer Michelle Halberstadt, ARP production co.
Stanley Kubrick Documentary (2001)
A Life In Pictures
A film by Jan Harlan
In a Land of Plenty (2001)
10-part BBC drama, co-written with Harvey Brough
Talkback Production Company
How I Killed My Father (Comment j'ai tué mon père, 2000)
Director Anne Fontaine
Producer Philip Carcassone, Cine B production co.
The Sight (2000)
Director Paul Anderson
Producer Jeremy Bolt, Impact Production co
A paranormal-based US TV movie
Enron advert (2000)
First campaign of 'Ode to Why'
Watch on YouTube
Breaking Hearts (My Khmer Heart, 2000)
Director Peter Kosminsky
Contributed one piece, Butterfly Song United Productions
Blight (1994-6)
Director John Smith
Blight was made in collaboration with the film maker John Smith for the BBC series Sound On Film. It revolves around the building of the M11 Link Road in East London, which provoked a long and bitter campaign by local residents to protect their homes from demolition. The film is constructed from images and sounds of demolition and road building in conjunction with the spoken words of residents - the musical qualities of the speech fragments and natural sounds form the basis of the score.

Blight won 11 International Awards including Best European Short Film at the Cork International Film Festival 1997, and the Gold Plaque for Best Experimental Film at the Chicago International Film Festival, USA 1997.