the score which François Evans did, is one of the best things about it

Edgar Wright, Empire Magazine. 11/2015

 


 

A film technically very well done, a real Director with great photography and exceptional music.

I. Begalli, La Provincia di Sondrio on Il fungo sirena

 


 

absolutely wonderful ...beautifully realised ...better than I envisaged

Brian Inglis

 


 

a lively conductor ...breathtaking ...authentic and surprisingly moving ...rare, magical.

Jonny Trunk, Record Collector Magazine. 2/2009

 


 

Makes the hairs on my arms stand up.

Darren Ward Director: Sudden Fury

 


 

Thunderous ...score

Variety on A Fistful of Fingers

 


 

Italian-sound spy instrumental, organ groove, and 70s' futuristic orchestra madness à la Space: 1999! OK I'm gonna take a leap here, but yes, this soundtrack is better than its forerunner Barbarella

Jane Fondle, San Francisco DJ

 


 

I love the music [François] did for Josh. ...simply amazing! We are more than thrilled to be able to release such a cool record ...probably the most fun soundtrack since Goldfinger

Joseph Lee, CEO Diorama Music, US

 


 

The Philharmonia Orchestra led by François Evans blast off into a blistering rendition

Scifi.co.uk

 


 

goosebumps ...the music was spot on

TV Century 21

 


 

an incredibly cheesy theme song I cannot get out of my head

Disquarium Exotica Releases Overview, 2003

 


clear-formed and dynamic ...interesting

Nic Williams, The Independent

 


 

clever, diverse, full of humour and very memorable

Andrew Parkinson, British Film Director

 


 

the best title song I've heard in a film in a long, long time.

Damiel Anderson, Chief Sound Engineer, National Film & Television School

 


 

I love what François has done. He brings [my film] to great heights ...His talent is rare.

Mike Aho, Film Director

 


 

A good music track

The Guardian on score to A Fistful of Fingers 12/95

 


 

Special nod must go to François Evans for a great score, all moody, ambient synths and pounding bass beats, which offset the stylish bloodletting superbly.

Rob Daniel, Samhain magazine on score to Sudden Fury

 


 

an odd staccato jazz sound that's weirdly suggestive of a chase scene from a 70s cop movie

Jeremy Webster, meridian-music.com on score to Martyr

 


 

entertaining, funny and so well organized, many congratulations, your conducting was awesome ...amazing energy and enthusiasm ...really impressive, really well done

Mani Rassai, Composer

 


 

the booming score heightens the humour

Blockbuster.com on score to A Fistful of Fingers

 


 

I particularly like the disturbing feel ...and the way [François Evans] has created a sense of madness.

Norman J. Warren, Film Director

 


 

Superb, really, really good

Roberto Roarke, Director, Hitman

 


 

clearly ...real talent

Olaf Wyper, MD Soundtrack Music Associates Ltd

 


 

groove to the psychedelic, 1960s-inspired title track

Andy Black, Samhain magazine on Pervirella

 


 

amazing moments ...some fantastic, lush textures ...electronic sounds which we don't hear every day ...a great combination of unusual sound with what people expect from a decent movie score

Prof. Ambrose Field, Head of Music, University of York

 


 

the soundtrack has a very groovy feel to it throughout and ...goes well with the film. I would recommend [it]

Amazon.co.uk on score to Pervirella

 


 

distinctive and easy to enjoy, ...one of the best demos I've heard in a long while.

Richard Allison, Director, Trickshot Film Productions

 


 

totally fab ...utterly ace, far better than the John Barry show at the Royal Festival Hall [2007]

Martin Green, The Sound Gallery, Abbey Road

 


 

That boy is very good.

Iannis Xenakis

 


 

The score for this film also absolutely draws comment. It was written by a very talented composer called François Evans.

triggerstreet.com on score to Neil Graham's short film Foot in the Door

 


 

He's brilliant. He's absolutely brilliant. He understands the music.

Dr Wilfred Joseph, British Film Composer

 


 

truly dreadful. Possibly the worst thing ...ever inflicted. ...nasty

Andrew Frampton