TANDIS JENHUDSON | COMPOSER

The Traffickers is a 2016 British-American 8-part investigative television series about the illegal trafficking of goods including precious minerals, fake pharmaceuticals, guns, endangered species, and humans. It is produced by Lightbox, the production company founded by Simon Chinn (two-time Academy award winner for Man on Wire and Searching for Sugar Man) and Jonathan Chinn, an Emmy winner for American High. The series, presented and narrated by Nelufar Hedayat, premiered on Fusion on 13 November 2016. The soundtrack by Tandis Jenhudson will be released digitally in early 2017.

Vertigo Sea is an immersive 48-minute three-screen film installation that explores what Ralph Waldo Emerson calls ‘the sublime seas’. Fusing archival material, readings from classical sources and newly shot footage, John Akomfrah’s piece focuses on the disorder and cruelty of the whaling industry and juxtaposes it with scenes of many generations of migrants making epic crossings of the ocean for a better life.

“A pained lyric to a passing world” – The Guardian

“Sumptuous and deeply disquieting, accompanied by an equally rich soundscape" – The Telegraph

“Seductive and harrowing” – The Independent

Hubble's Cosmic Journey is an Emmy-nominated documentary directed by Christopher Riley and narrated by Neil deGrasse Tyson. It was produced by Ben Bowie / Bigger Bang Productions for National Geographic Channel to mark the 25th anniversary of the Hubble telescope and tell the definitive story of NASA's most successful science project ever.

Set in the shadow of a family funeral, The Treehouse follows the story of a young boy, Connor, and his mum as they come to terms with a death in the family. To cope, he retreats to the treehouse he built with his father and where they spent many happy times together. Directed by Amy Coop, The Treehouse was produced with the support of BFI and Creative England, and won Best Film at the South Dakota Film Festival and Tupelo Film Festival. It also won best cinematography at the Underwire Film Festival and best score at the MediaMusic in Moscow, chaired by Ennio Morricone.

The Ring Cycle is a comedy of pain, starring Natalie Dormer (Game of Thrones, Hunger Games) and Emun Elliott (Prometheus, Star Wars: The Force Awakens). It is about a woman on the last day of her marriage trying to figure out what to do with her wedding ring. Walking through London, she has a series of encounters that propel her toward a new relationship...with herself. Directed by Erin Cramer and produced by Yasmin Rais, it was selected for numerous film festivals internationally.

The March (titled Martin Luther King and the March on Washington in the United Kingdom) is a BAFTA-nominated documentary directed by John Akomfrah, narrated by Denzel Washington and exec-produced by Robert Redford. It is about the historic 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom - largely remembered for Martin Luther King's famous and iconic "I Have a Dream" speech. It formed the centrepiece of a special week of programs celebrating the 50th anniversary of the March.

Shadows of Liberty is a 2012 feature documentary by Jean-Philippe Tremblay that examines the impact of corporate media and concentration of media ownership on journalism and the news. It features interviews with journalists, activists and academics including Amy Goodman, Danny Glover, Julian Assange, Dan Rather, David Simon and Daniel Ellsberg. It premiered at HotDocs Festival in Toronto and was selected for other festivals such as Sheffield DocFest and IDFA. It was nominated in Berlin for Most Valuable Documentary at the 2013 Cinema for Peace Awards (eventually losing to Academy Award winning Searching for Sugar Man).

Narrated by Stephen Fry, this is a feature documentary follows the ups and downs of life in a primary school as the kids prepare to stage their ambitious Nativity play. Directed by Amy Coop, produced by Cat Cooper and Sandra Gorel (HyperNormalisation) with Creativity Media.

Set in Paris, 1842, poet Charles Baudelaire sets up home with Jeanne, a Creole actress. When their inter-racial relationship is exposed, his mother and the Baudelaire family lawyer begin a two-decade campaign to drive Jeanne out of his life, with unsettling and unexpected results. Written by Dic Edwards, directed by Ana Dirckinck-Holmfeld and starring Anna Lindup. With a 6-week run at The White Bear Theatre in London, it received critical acclaim, Time Out citing it as "a funny and lyrical piece, punctuated by glistening detail".