Brian Lock is widely known as a film and media composer and works with leading art-house directors, both in this country and internationally. His most recent movie score was for the acclaimed French film director Philippe de Broca’s masterpiece Vipère au Poing.
Brian first achieved wide recognition in the film world for his classical reworkings in Jane Campion’s The Portrait of a Lady starring John Malkovich and Nicole Kidman.
Other commissions from around the world include scores for The Land Girls directed by the UK’s David Leland, starring Rachel Weisz and Anna Friel; The Gambler with Sir Michael Gambon and Jodhi May for the doyen of Hungarian Cinema, Károly Makk, and Magneto for Jan Jakub Kolski and Łagodna (Eng -A Gentle Creature) for Mariusz Treliński in Poland.
Other film credits include Chinese director Zang Zeming’s Foreign Moon for BBC Films.