Music Composer Ros Gilman at the London Film Festival 2016 – Part 3

Hey guys, we are at Picture House Central and you can see the beautiful view through the window so, we’ve got Martine on my right who is a cinematographer, and Lefteris, who is a director and script supervisor. And I’m gonna start with the lady. So, I was just wondering, could you tell me about the festival? How do you find it? The festival is great because you get to see all those films, which are not necessarily going to be widely released and lots of first time directors and international films. I saw a great Chilean film actually called… Chameleon? Chameleon! Oh my God! Yeah, with Gaston, Yes! Fantastic! That was fantastic! That was so good, I really liked that! Gaston is in one of my videos also, from the other night! Oh, no way! Yeah! Lefteris, how about your experience with the festival? It’s been very good so far, we watched three films a day basically we’re press and industry what I love about the festival is that you can see everything from independent films to foreign film to wide releases like Hollywood films… everything. different genres probably also different genres, different types of film making. Very cool Thanks very much guys for your time! For us what’s exciting is the way we can now, you can leave the cinema and have immediate acces to that sort of music whereas, we did go through a few year, where In the physical sort of landscape it was difficult to find that soundtrack or you had to go to specialist stores or it had to be quite a major release to make the supermarkets but now, we’re in an exciting where we can really join the dots very quickly and whether that’s Bridget Jones’ Baby or Swallows and Amazons we now live in very exciting times. This is my last day on the festival and I have lost my voice as you can probably hear, but it was a great experience, I’ll do it again next year and if you’ve enjoyed my little videos then do subscribe, follow and like and I’ll try to make more for you guys and hopefully that was an interesting insight into the life of a film maker! Bye