Horrorbuzz.com - Review of Into The Mud (November 23rd, 2016)

 

“The score, crafted by Roly Witherow, does an excellent job of complimenting the visuals, with delicate piano noodling building to thunderous drums accompanied by ominous whispers that heighten the drama of the pursuit."

 

 

http://horrorbuzz.com/into-the-mud/

 

Terrorweekend.com - Review of Into The Mud (September 1st, 2016)

 

“...nos encontramos con la magnífica música de Roly Witherow, recuerda vagamente a un cuento de hadas..."

 

 

http://www.terrorweekend.com/2016/09/into-mud-review.html

 

Digital Filmmaker Magazine - Feature on Theatreland (Issue 36, June 2016)

 

“Roly Witherow was attached early on as the composer as his ability to encompass such a diverse range of compositional styles, maintaining a seamless flow between the different chapters of the film, has created a beautiful musical score for Theatreland."

 

 

http://dfmmag.com

Exit 6 Film Festival - Talking Head: Roly Witherow on the identity of music in film (April 28th, 2016)

 

           "Roly Witherow (Balsa Wood [2014], Gregor [2014]) has a wealth of experience in creating music for film. He discusses with Exit 6 his thought-processes                  from conception to completion, as well as his delight at the changing attitude of the film-goer towards music in film." 

 

            http://www.exit6filmfestival.com/#!Talking-Head-Composer-Roly-Witherow-on-the-identity-of-music-in-film/cyvb/5721e8de0cf2d19e2971bc5c

 

 

 

Electric-Shadows - Interview with Mei Leng, writer of Safiyah Flies Across The Ocean (September 8th, 2015)

 

"But, what I could experience as new was the soundtrack. We’d gone through four composers and I’d never heard the full soundtrack until the very end. I love Roly Witherow’s music in the film, it’s so beautiful and poignant and adds emotion in subtle ways. I find it hard to describe how you’re going to move someone emotionally through music, but he did that." 

 

http://www.electric-shadows.com/mei-leng-yew-talks-safiyah-flies-across-the-ocean/

 

 

 

TimeOut Edinburgh - Review of Giant Leap (August 19th, 2015)

 

"Alexander Lass's tight direction (coupled with sound designer Roly Witherow's archive recordings, which successfully keep the era alive during scene transitions) ensures no single performer has to carry the show for too long at a time. No one man is credited with crafting the final line, but the ensemble's words still resonate strongly for mankind."

 

 

http://www.timeout.com/edinburgh/theatre/giant-leap

 

 

 

Digital Filmmaker Magazine - Feature on Tea For Two (Issue 26, June 2015)

 

"Roly Witherow our composer, whose skills of encompassing multiple emotions within one ping of an instrument is beyond me"

 

 

http://www.springheadfilmcompany.com/digital-filmmaker-magazine-features-tea-for-two/

 

 

 

Nowness - Review of Balsa Wood (September 13th, 2015)

 

"...a darkly funny family reunion...Lecchi remembers as a child being captivated by 'tinikling', a traditional Fipilino dance that involves the tapping and sliding of bamboo sticks, and which the characters perform at the end of the film."

 

 

https://www.nowness.com/series/nowness-shorts/balsa-wood-jessica-henwick-dominique-lecchi

 

 

 

Vice - Review of Gregor (September 30th, 2014)

 

"Hones in on a generational problem...Gregor is as funny and uplifting as a movie about being a total fuck-up can possibly be...a vastly superior movie to Zach Braff's latest."

 

https://www.vice.com/en_uk/read/gregor-film-apathy-generation-y-392

 

 

 

Sickchirpse - Review of Gregor (September 2014)

 

"The Underground Indie movie of the year...a UK version of Girls"

 

http://www.sickchirpse.com/gregor-movie/

 

 

 

Sunday Times Culture - Review of Gregor  (October 5th, 2014)

 

"Excellent British comedy."

 

 

 

 

 

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