Rachel Mary Berkeley PORTMAN

Biography

Gender Female
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Birthdate 1960-12-11
Education Charterhouse, Worcester Coll Oxford (exhibitioner)
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Style Ms Rachel Portman, OBE
Career composer; BMI Richard Kirk Award 2010; >ir< Experience Preferred but not Essential (Channel 4), Reflections (Court House Films), Sharma and Beyond (Enigma/Goldcrest), Antonia and Jane (BBC Films), Rebecca's Daughters, Life is Sweet (Thin Man Films), Where Angels Fear to Tread (Stagescreen), Used People (20th Century Fox), Benny and Joon (MGM), Friends (Working Title), Great Moments in Aviation (Miramax), The Joy Luck Club (Disney), Sirens (Miramax), War of the Buttons (Warner Bros), The Road to Wellville (Columbia), Only You (Tri-Star/Columbia), Smoke (Miramax), A Pyromaniac's Love Story (Hollywood), To Wong Foo (Universal), Palookaville (Samuel Goldwyn Co), Adventures of Pinocchio (New Line/Savoy Pictures), Emma (Miramax), Marvin's Room (Miramax), Addicted to Love (Warner Bros), Beauty and the Beast II (Disney), Home Fries (Warner Bros), Beloved (Disney), The Other Sister (Disney), Ratcatcher (Pathe Films), The Cider House Rules (Miramax) 1999, The Closer you Get (Fox Searchlight Pictures) 1999, The Legend of Bagger Vance (DreamWorks), Chocolat (Miramax) 2000, The Emperor's New Clothes 2001, Hart's Ward 2001, The Truth About Charlie 2002, Nicholas Nickleby 2002, Human Stain 2002, Mona Lisa Smile 2003, Because of Winn-Dixie 2004, Manchurian Candidate 2004, Oliver Twist 2005, Infamous 2006, The Lake House 2006, Miss Potter 2006, The Duchess 2008, Grey Gardens 2008, Never Let Me Go 2010; >ir< incl: Last Day of Summer (Moving Picture Co), Reflections (Channel 4), Four Days in July (BBC TV), Good as Gold (BBC TV), The Little Princess (LWT), 1914 All Out (Yorkshire TV), Falklands War: Untold Story (Yorkshire TV), Short and Curlies (Portman/British Screen/Channel 4), 90 Degrees South (John Gau Prodns), Cariani and The Courtesans (BBC TV), Storyteller (Henson Orgn), Loving Hazel (BBC TV), Sometime in August (BBC TV), Charlie the Kid (Thames TV), Living with Dinosaurs (Henson Orgn), Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit (BBC TV), Nice Work (BBC TV), The Woman in Black (Central Films), Widowmaker (Central Films), Shoot to Kill (Zenith/Yorkshire TV), Mr Wakefield's Crusade (BBC Wales), Think of England (BBC TV), Twice Through the Heart (BBC TV), The Cloning of Joanna May (Granada TV), Flea Bites (BBC TV), Elizabeth R (BBC TV); >ir< trailer for Mike Leigh (London Film Festival), Ourselves Alone (Royal Court Theatre), Fantasy for Cello and Piano (Salisbury Festival), The Little Princess Opera 2003, The Water Diviner's Tale (BBC Prom) 2007, Much Ado About Nothing (Nat Theatre) 2007, Little House on the Prairie 2008; >ir< BFI Young Composer of the Year 1988, Tric Celebrity Awards Schneider Trophy for Theme Music of the Year (for Precious Bane) 1989, Bafta Award Nominations for Best Score (for Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit 1989 and The Woman in Black), Women in Film/Rank Films Laboratories Award for Creative Originality 1996, Academy Award for Best Original Musical or Comedy Score (for Emma) 1996, Int Prize for Film and Media Music 1997, Academy Award nomination for Best Original Score (for The Cider House Rules) 1999, Flanders International Film Festival Award (Ratcatcher) 1999, Academy Award nomination for Best Original Score (for Chocolat) 2000, Grammy nomination for Best Score Soundtrack (for The Cider House Rules) 2000, Muse Award New York Women in Film and Television 2000, Women in Music Touchstone Award 2001
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Debrett's notebooks

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