Original Soundtracks For Award Winning Films


The Cineola Series are deluxe editions of original soundtrack recordings lovingly packaged in hardback form and filled with additional, exclusive material including photographs, interviews, stills from the films and notes from the directors.

Volume 1 is the original soundtrack to the critically acclaimed debut feature from Gerard Johnson. Tony is a brutally black-humoured psychological thriller which follows a week in the life of an alienated London psychopath with severe social problems, and a moustache. This 68 page deluxe hardback edition features 24 original tracks, exclusive photographs for the project and photography from the set of Tony plus notes from the director and the composer.

Volume 2 is the original soundtrack to the award winning documentary feature film Moonbug by director Nichola Bruce. It follows renowned photographer Steve Pyke on his extraordinary journey across America to meet, interview and photograph his childhood heroes – the men who went to the moon. This 80 page deluxe hardback edition features 17 original tracks from THE THE, portraits of the Apollo astronauts by Steve Pyke, an extensive interview with Steve Pyke by Matt Johnson plus notes from the director and stills from the film.

Volume 3 is the original soundtrack to the award winning feature film Hyena by director Gerard Johnson. Michael Logan is an anti-hero for our times: a natural predator and a complex mix of high-functioning addict and corrupt police officer. But his dark world is evolving. A recent influx of ruthless Albanian gangsters is changing London’s criminal landscape. Michael’s razor sharp instincts have always kept him one step ahead, but now his increasingly self-destructive behaviour, and the sheer brutality of the new gang lords, finds Michael in a spiraling descent of fear and self-doubt. This 84 page deluxe hardback edition features 20 original tracks from THE THE, an extensive interview with Gerard Johnson by Matt Johnson plus over 60 photographic stills from the film.