An Indian crime thriller with music by Mario Grigorov and additional music by Johnny Stanley. Score recorded in Bulgaria and performed by the Sofia Session Orchestra.
Brillstein Entertainment Partners / Gravitas Ventures
A fractured family are forced to face their demons, metaphorically and literally, as they unwittingly become embroiled in a man's attempt to prove the existence of the supernatural in order to overturn a friend's murder conviction.
An absurd Hollywood satire about the power of social media. Original music by Johnny Stanley with jazz drumming by Dave Ingamells. Recorded at Fiction Studios in London and mixed by Jérémy Hagry.
Interesting Picture Company
In 2221 a mother lives with her two adult daughters in seclusion, following an everlasting cycle. They obediently follow their mother's instructions until one day doubts arise.
A spate of murders and disappearances appear to be connected to the arrival of a new club drug in Berlin. Nora wakes up from a coma after taking a mysterious drug and she sets out to find answers.
Syfy / NBCUniversal
Personal stories written by young Muslims in the UK, performed by a diverse cast of actors in order to challenge perceptions and draw out our shared humanity.
Two live shows were performed at Streatham Space Project and Rich Mix in London.
Streatham Space Project / Rich Mix
A young journalist looks behind the curtain of a nearby mental hospital, only to uncover the grim and gruesome acts they bestow upon their "patients".
Johnny Stanley is a composer and music producer from London.
After studying Audio Production in 2017, Johnny has since composed music for film and television projects, many of which in collaboration with Mario Grigorov.
He has provided additional music for feature films including Kill Chain (Millennium Films) starring Nicolas Cage, The Dare (Millennium Films) starring Richard Brake, and Line of Descent starring Brendan Fraser.
Johnny also composes for television, including the 2020 sci-fi series Spides for NBCUniversal, and the documentary series Infinity: What on Earth Are We Thinking?. He has written music for TV movies in the US (Lifetime) and Germany (ZDF).