Manners McDade's Roger Goula & Harry Escott Score 'The Frankenstein Chronicles'
Titled 'The Frankenstein Chronicles', the series stars Sean Bean as Inspector John Marlott; as well as co-starring Tom Ward, and Anna Maxwell Martin. Season 1 is now available for streaming on Netflix.
The plot follows the inspector, as he uncovers a corpse made up of body parts from eight missing children. He then sets about determining the identity of the person responsible. It is a re-imagining of Mary Shelley's 1818 novel 'Frankenstein'.
This season, which comprises of six episodes now on Netflix, opened to critical acclaim, drawing in an average audience of 250,000 per episode.
Season 1 of ‘The Frankenstein Chronicles’ features an original score by composers Roger Goula, and Harry Escott.
Goula has previously worked on a number of music projects for TV, and Film, including Bryn Higgin’s ‘Access All Areas’. As well as the feature documentary ‘Diana: 7 days’ for ‘BBC One’, and ‘Against The Law’, a drama documentary concerning the legalisation of homosexuality in the UK starring Daniel Mays.
Escott came to prominence in 2005 with his score to David Slade’s influential psychological horror film, ‘Hard Candy’. He also previously scored director Steve McQueen’s debut film ‘Shame’. Most recently he has worked on ‘Dark River’, a new film from Clio Barnard starring Ruth Wilson