GOLD is the epic tale of one man’s pursuit of the American dream, to discover gold. Starring Matthew McConaughey as Kenny Wells, a prospector desperate for a lucky break, he teams up with a similarly eager geologist and sets off on an journey to find gold in the uncharted jungle of Indonesia. Getting the gold was hard, but keeping it would be even harder, sparking an adventure through the most powerful boardrooms of Wall Street. The film is inspired by a true story.

Directed by Stephen Gaghan, the film stars Matthew McConaughey and Edgar Ramirez and Bryce Dallas Howard. The film is written by Patrick Massett & John Zinman. Teddy Schwarzman and Michael Nozik served as producers alongside Massett, Zinman, and McConaughey.

Texas native Matthew McConaughey is one of Hollywood’s most sought-after leading men. A chance meeting in Austin with casting director and producer Don Phillips led him to director Richard Linklater, who launched the actor’s career in the cult classic “Dazed and Confused.” Since then, he has appeared in over 40 feature films that have grossed over $1 billion; and has become a producer, director, and philanthropist – all the while sticking to his Texas roots and “jk livin” philosophy. In 2016 McConaughey will voice Buster Moon in the holiday release of Illumination project’s ‘Sing.” Following, on Christmas Day he will also star in the Stephen Gagham film “Gold”. He was last seen in the Summer release of “Free State of Jones” as well as featured as the voice of Beatle in “Kubo and the Two Strings”. He recently wrapped Sony’s “The Dark Tower” opposite Idris Elba set for release in early 2017.

2014 was a game-changing year for McConaughey. For his riveting portrayal of Ron Woodruff in “Dallas Buyers Club,” McConaughey received an Academy Award®, Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award and Gotham Award for Best Actor, the Best Actor Award at the Rome Film Festival as well as the Desert Palm Achievement Actor Award at the Palm Springs Film Festival. He also made the move to TV starring alongside Woody Harrelson in the HBO dramatic series “True Detective.” The show was met by rave reviews from critics and fans alike and earned Matthew a Critics Choice and TCA Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series as well as an Emmy Nomination. Later that year he starred in “Interstellar,” directed by Christopher Nolan, and also starring Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain.

In 2012 McConaughey was spotlighted in four diverse career-changing performances. He won a Spirit Award for his portrayal of Dallas Rising in Steven Soderbergh’s “Magic Mike,” and was named the year’s Best Supporting Actor by both the New York Film Critics Circle and the National Society of Film Critics for his work in “Magic Mike” and Richard Linklater’s “Bernie.” Mr. McConaughey also received acclaim for his performance in Lee Daniels’ “The Paperboy,” and was a Spirit Award nominee for playing the title role in William Friedkin’s “Killer Joe.”

He followed this up in 2013 with the release of Jeff Nichols’ “Mud,” which received rave reviews and was a sleeper hit in the national box office top 10 for five weeks and Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street,” which opened in December 2013. His other films include Brad Furman’s “The Lincoln Lawyer,” Ben Stiller’s “Tropic Thunder,” McG’s “We Are Marshall,” Jill and Karen Sprecher’s “Thirteen Conversations About One Thing,” Bill Paxton’s “Frailty,” Jonathan Mostow’s “U-571,” Ron Howard’s “EDtv,” Richard Linklater’s “The Newton Boys,” Steven Spielberg’s “Amistad,” Robert Zemeckis’ “Contact,” Joel Schumacher’s “A Time to Kill,” and John Sayles’ “Lone Star.” In 2008, Mr. McConaughey started The just keep livin Foundation (, which is dedicated to helping boys and girls transform into men and women through programs that teach the importance of decision-making, health, education, and active living. The Foundation has partnered with Communities in Schools (CIS) – the nation’s largest, non-profit, dropout-prevention organization –in West Los Angeles to implement fitness and wellness programs in two large urban high schools. Through an afterschool program, they are able to give kids a healthy start in life and the promise of a healthy future.

Bryce Dallas Howard continues to be one of most versatile and dynamic talents both on screen and behind the camera. 

As an actress, Howard most recently starred alongside Chris Pratt in Universal's hit Jurassic World and will next be seen with Robert Redford in Disney’s Pete’s Dragon, set for release in August 2016. Other film credits include Clint Eastwood’s Hereafter with Matt Damon, 50/50 opposite Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Tate Taylor’s award-winning screen adaptation of The Help as well as The Twilight Saga: Eclipse; Tennessee Williams’ The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond; McG’s Terminator Salvation; Sam Raimi’s Spider Man 3; M. Night Shyamalan’s Lady in the Water; and Lars von Trier’s Manderlay.  Bryce made her film debut in M. Night Shyamalan’s The Village opposite Joaquin Phoenix.  She also received a 2008 Golden Globe nomination for her performance as Rosalind in HBO’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s As You Like It, written and directed by Kenneth Branagh.

As a filmmaker, Howard has created content for multiple campaigns such as Canon’s “Project Imagination,” MoroccanOil’s “Inspired,” Vanity Fair’s “Decade Series” with Radical Media, and Glamour Magazine’s “Reel Moments.”  Howard has also directed content for MTV’s “Supervideo: M83’s Claudia Lewis,” Sony and Lifetime’s “Five More: Call Me Crazy” and most recently “solemates” in conjunction with Canon’s “Project Imagination: The Trailer.”  Howard has directed over a dozen short films, and has received numerous accolades for her work, including being shortlisted for an Oscar in 2012 for her half-hour film “When You Find Me.”  She also produced the Sony Classics film Restless starring Mia Wasikowska, with director Gus Van Sant. Restless was featured as part of the 2011 Toronto Film Festival and opened the 2011 Cannes Film Festival Un Certain Regard selection.

Leaving the Tisch School of the Arts program at New York University to perform on the New York stage, Howard played the role of Marianne in the Roundabout’s Broadway production of Tartuffe, Rosalind in the Public Theatre’s As You Like It, Sally Platt in the Manhattan Theater Club’s production of Alan Ayckbourn’s House/Garden and the role of Emily in the Bay Street Theater Festival’s production of Our Town.

Howard is the founder of Nine Muses Entertainment and currently resides on the West Coast with her husband Seth Gabel, their two children, a hilarious puppy and a dignified elderly cat.

With his nuanced, masculine style, actor Edgar Ramirez is staking his claim as one of the new leading men of Hollywood.

In August 2016, Ramirez can be seen leading Weinstein’s HANDS OF STONE, starring opposite Robert De Niro. The film is a biopic about legendary boxer, Robert Duran, played by Ramirez and his equally legendary trainer Ray Arcel (De Niro). This fall, Ramirez will star alongside Emily Blunt, Rebecca Ferguson and Juston Theroux, as “Dr. Kamil Abdic,” in Universal’s GIRL ON THE TRAIN, from director Tate Taylor. The film is slated for an October 2016 release. Ramirez is also set to star alongside Matthew McConaughey in the Stephen Gaghan directed thriller, GOLD due out on Christmas Day 2016. He will play “Michael Acosta,” a geologist in the mining drama.

Ramirez last starred in David O. Russell’s Golden Globe nominated film, JOY as the dapper, but philandering husband to Miracle Mop inventor, Joy Mangano played by Jennifer Lawrence. He also recently led the Warner Bros’ remake of POINT BREAK starring as “Bodhi,” the head of a band of adrenaline junkies committing a string of robberies. In 2014, Ramirez starred in Screen Gems’, DELIVER US FROM EVIL, opposite Eric Bana. The film, from director/writer Scott Derrickson and producer Jerry Bruckheimer, followed a New York City detective and a priest, as they investigated a series of heinous crimes involving the occult and possible demonic possession. Additionally, his film THE LIBERATOR, in which Ramirez starred as Simon Bolivar, was released in later that year and received the Venezuelan nomination for consideration for the Foreign Language Film category at the 2015 Academy Awards. Ramirez also co-starred in the Academy Award-nominated, ZERO DARK THIRTY, directed and produced by Academy Award-winner Kathryn Bigelow. The film starred Jessica Chastain, and chronicled the decade-long hunt for Al Qaeda terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden.

Ramirez won a wide arrange of awards attention and critical acclaim for his starring role in director Olivier Assayas' feature CARLOS, for which he received a 2011 Golden Globe nomination in the category of “Best Actor in a Television Miniseries”, a 2011 SAG Awards nomination in the category of “Outstanding Actor in a Television Miniseries”, a 2011 Emmy Award nomination in the category of “Best Lead Actor in a Television Miniseries or Movie”, and won the Cesar Award for “Best Newcomer (Male)”. Ramirez also received nominations for “Best Actor” by the Los Angeles Film Critics Circle, the London Film Critics Circle, and for a Prix Lumieres Award in the category of “Best Actor”. Ramirez played Carlos, a legend in the espionage world for over 30 years. Ramirez spoke 4-5 languages for the role, which shot in numerous locations including France, Germany, Hungary, Austria, Lebanon and Yemen. The project was released theatrically by IFC, and as a 3 part miniseries by Sundance Channel. CARLOS premiered at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival and won “Best Television Miniseries” at the 2011 Golden Globes, as well as being voted “Best Foreign Language Film” by the Los Angeles and New York Film Critics Circles.

Ramirez starred as “Ares – God of War” in Jonathan Liebesman’s WRATH OF THE TITANS for Warner Bros and Legendary Films, alongside Sam Worthington and Liam Neeson. He was awarded the 2012 Alma Award for “Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Drama” for his role in the film. Additional film credits include L’ORENOQUE aka The Passenger, opposite Juliette Binoche, Stephen Soderbergh’s Ernesto 'Che' Guevara bio-pic, “The Argentine”, with Benicio Del Toro, as well as SONY Pictures’ political thriller, VANTAGE POINT, opposite Forest Whitaker and Dennis Quaid. He also starred in THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM, opposite Matt Damon, and made his American film debut in director Tony Scott’s DOMINO, opposite Keira Knightley and Mickey Rourke.

Internationally, Ramirez last starred in GREETINGS TO THE DEVIL, in which a former guerrilla is reluctantly drawn into the vengeance scheme of one of his victims. The film had a Latin American release, and premiered in Fall 2012 on HBO Latino. He also made his producing debut on CYRANO FERNANDEZ, a Venezuelan-Spanish production based on the French play CYRANO DE BERGERAC, in which he also starred. For his performance in the film, Ramirez won the “Best Actor Award” in the official selection of Territorio Latinoamericano.

Additional past international film credits include ELIPSIS, EL DON (THE BOSS), directed by J.R Novoa (Venezuela/Spain); LA HORA CERO (THE MAGIC HOUR), a short film directed by Guillermo Arriaga, the acclaimed screenwriter of AMORES PERROS and 21 GRAMS (Mexico); EL NUDO (THE KNOT), directed by Alejandro Wiederman (Venezuela); YOTAMA SE VA VOLANDO (YOTAMA FLIES AWAY, directed by Luis Armando Roche (Venezuela – France); PUNTO Y RAYA (STEP FORWARD), directed by Elia K. Schneider (Venezuela – Spain – Chile – Uruguay), a nominee for Oscar consideration for 2004 Best Foreign Film; and ANONIMO (ANONYMOUS) directed by Enelio Farina (Venezuela).

A native of Caracas, Venezuela, Ramirez grew up all over the world due to his father’s job as a military attaché. He has made his home in such diverse countries as Austria, Canada, Colombia, Italy and Mexico and is fluent in German, English, French, Italian and Spanish as a result. Throughout his travels Ramirez developed a great love and ability for intercultural communication, a skill he parlayed into a degree in journalism. He specialized in political communications and initially intended on becoming a diplomat.

In 2000, before turning to acting full time, Ramirez was the executive director of NGO Dale Al Voto, a Venezuelan organization akin to Rock the Vote. In order to foster democratic values among young people, Ramirez and his team created cutting edge campaigns for radio, television and cinema. The campaign was well received by audiences throughout the country. He also lent his expertise to various Venezuelan multilateral organizations including Organization of American States, Transparency International and Amnesty International.

Currently, after 3 years of contribution to UNICEF including Haiti Relief, Anti-Violence and Children’s Rights campaigns, Ramirez serves as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF in Venezuela. He joins a distinguished list of International Ambassadors that includes Vanessa Redgrave, Susan Sarandon, Shakira, Whoopi Goldberg, Danny Glover, Orlando Bloom, Judy Collins and Mia Farrow. This has always been one of his humanitarian goals. He has also been active in the awareness campaign for breast cancer in Venezuela, specifically highlighting the disease’s prevalence in the male community.

Stephen Gaghan (Director)

Filmmaker Stephen Gaghan is probably best known for directing the critically acclaimed geopolitical thriller Syriana, and for writing the Academy Award® nominated crime drama Traffic, for which he won the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay.

Syriana, starring George Clooney, Matt Damon, and Jeffrey Wright, earned Gaghan his second Oscar nomination for writing and was awarded the National Board of Review "Best Screenplay of 2005." Additionally, it was nominated for several Academy Awards, including a win for Best Supporting Actor for George Clooney.

As with Syriana, Gaghan proved himself a master of orchestrating several parallel storylines and multiple settings on Traffic, a film that explores the corruption of America’s war on drugs. Gaghan garnered numerous awards and nominations including wins for the Golden Globe, BAFTA, and WGA.

For his work in television, Gaghan won an Emmy for writing an episode of "NYPD Blue" and has more recently written and directed the 2011 pilot Metro (20th/NBC), and directed the 2014 pilot White City for AMC.

Additional film writing credits include Havoc (2005), The Alamo (2004), Rules of Engagement (2000), and Abandon (2002), which he also directed.

Teddy Schwarzman (Producer)

Teddy Schwarzman serves as President and CEO of Black Bear Pictures, overseeing all operations of the company, including development, production, and finance.

In addition to GOLD, Schwarzman has produced a range of filmed content, including Morten Tyldum’s The Imitation Game, Academy Award winner for Best Adapted Screenplay and nominated for eight Academy Awards including Best Picture; J.C. Chandor’s All Is Lost, which earned Robert Redford a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor; Vikram Gandhi’s Barack Obama biopic, Barry, a Netflix Original now streaming which was nominated for a Spirit Award; and Suburbicon, directed by George Clooney, written by Joel & Ethan Coen, and starring Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, Oscar Isaac and Josh Brolin.

A proud member of the Producers Guild of America, Schwarzman sits on the Board of Directors of Elevation Pictures Corp., one of Canada’s leading independent film and television distributors. Schwarzman earned a Bachelor of Arts, English, from the University of Pennsylvania and a Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Duke University School of Law, where he now sits on the Board of Visitors.

Michael Nozik (Producer)

A producer for over twenty-five years, Michael Nozik has made numerous award-winning films. In 1994 he received an Academy Award® nomination for best picture for Quiz Show, directed by Robert Redford, and in 2004 he won the British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for Best Picture in a Foreign Language for The Motorcycle Diaries. He is currently partnered with Paul Haggis in their production company, HWY 61, in Venice, CA.

Most recently, Nozik was a consulting producer on the HBO six-hour miniseries Show Me a Hero written by "The Wire"‘s David Simon and Bill Zorzi and directed by Paul Haggis. Nozik produced HWY 61’s second feature project Third Person, written and directed by Hwy 61 partner Paul Haggis and starring Liam Neeson, Mila Kunis, Adrien Brody, and Oliva Wilde. In 2010 he produced The Next Three Days, also written and directed by Paul Haggis. The film starred Russell Crowe, Elizabeth Banks and Liam Neeson. Amongst HWY 61’s upcoming projects that Nozik will produce is Rangers Apprentice, a 10-book franchise action/adventure series of novels written by John Flanagan, which Paul Haggis will direct from a script he co-wrote with Alyssa Haggis. Also on the HWY 61 slate is Cell 211, a remake of the award winning Spanish film Celda 211, and "Code-37" a television series based on the hit Belgian show and subsequent movie of same name.

Prior to the formation of HWY 61, Nozik produced Love in the Time of Cholera, which was directed by Mike Newell and stars Javier Bardem. He also produced the Academy Award®-winning film Syriana, written and directed by GOLD director Stephen Gaghan and starring George Clooney, Matt Damon, and Jeffrey Wright.

In 2004, Nozik produced the much-acclaimed film The Motorcycle Diaries, directed by Walter Salles and starring Gael Garcia Bernal.

As a founding partner of Serenade Films, Nozik executive produced Game Six, directed by Michael Hoffman and starring Michael Keaton and Robert Downey Jr.; 12 And Holding, directed by Michael Cuesta; Great New Wonderful, directed by Danny Leiner and starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and Tony Shalhoub; as well as The Narrows.

While president of Robert Redford’s Wildwood Enterprises, Nozik also produced People I Know, starring Al Pacino, Kim Basinger and Tea Leoni; The Legend of Bagger Vance, directed by Redford and starring Matt Damon and Will Smith; How To Kill Your Neighbor’s Dog, starring Kenneth Branagh and Robin Wright Penn; Slums of Beverly Hills, starring Alan Arkin and Marisa Tomei; and She’s The One, with Edward Burns, Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Aniston.

Prior to partnering with Redford, Nozik produced three films directed by Mira Nair: The Perez Family, Mississippi Masala starring Denzel Washington, and finally, the Academy Award® nominated Salaam Bombay.

His other producing credits include Thunderheart starring Val Kilmer, Crossing Delancey with Amy Irving, and, for television, the Tony Hillerman novel, Skin Walkers.

Matthew McConaughey (Producer)

see Cast above.

Patrick Massett (Producer/Screenwriter)

Patrick co-wrote Tomb Raider starring Angelina Jolie. His television writing career began with "Veritas: The Quest" at ABC, which he and his partner Patrick Massett co-created and executive produced. He then went on to co-executive produce the Emmy Award-winning "Friday Night Lights" at NBC, "The Chicago Code" at FOX and "Last Resort" at ABC with executive producer Shawn Ryan. He most recently co-executive produced "The Blacklist" starring James Spader at NBC. John currently has the feature The Wild One Hundreds in production, starring Gary Oldman and directed by Gary Fleder. He and Patrick Massett currently have an overall television deal at Sony Pictures Entertainment.

John Zinman (Producer/Screenwriter)

John co-wrote Tomb Raider starring Angelina Jolie. His television writing career began with "Veritas: The Quest" at ABC, which he and his partner Patrick Massett co-created and executive produced. He then went on to co-executive produce the Emmy Award-winning "Friday Night Lights" at NBC, "The Chicago Code" at FOX and "Last Resort" at ABC with executive producer Shawn Ryan. He most recently co-executive produced "The Blacklist" starring James Spader at NBC. John currently has the feature The Wild One Hundreds in production, starring Gary Oldman and directed by Gary Fleder. He and Patrick Massett currently have an overall television deal at Sony Pictures Entertainment.

Robert Elswit (Director of Photography)

Robert Elswit won an Academy Award® for his work on Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood and was honored in 2006 with an Academy Award® nomination for his work on Clooney’s Good Night, and Good Luck. For that film, he won an Independent Spirit Award, Boston Society of Film Critics Award, and Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Cinematography. He also received a nomination for Best Achievement in Cinematography from the American Society of Cinematographers.

Elswit has worked with numerous acclaimed directors, including Stephen Gaghan on Syriana; Paul Thomas Anderson on Hard Eight, Boogie Nights, Magnolia, Punch-Drunk Love, There Will Be Blood, and Inherent Vice; David Mamet on Heist; Don Roos on Bounce; Curtis Hanson on River Wild, The Hand That Rocks the Cradle and Bad Influence; Stephen Gyllenhaal on A Dangerous Woman, Waterland, Paris Trout and A Killing In a Small Town; Ben Affleck on The Town; Tony Gilroy on The Bourne Legacy; Dan Gilroy on Nightcrawler; Brad Bird on Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol; and Christopher McQuarrie on Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.

His other film credits include Paul Weitz’s American Dreamz; Gary Fleder’s Runaway Jury and Imposter; Roger Spottiswoode’s Tomorrow Never Dies; Boys; The Pallbearer; Mike Newell’s Amazing Grace and Chuck; Desert Hearts; and Rob Reiner’s The Sure Thing.

Elswit was born in California and is a graduate of the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts.

Douglas Crise, ACE (Editor)

Douglas Crise was nominated for a 2014 BAFTA for best editing on Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) and won the Critics’ Choice award. Doug’s previous collaboration with Alejandro González Iñárritu on Babel garnered him both Oscar and BAFTA nominations for best editing. Doug cut the critically acclaimed Arbitrage which stars Richard Gere. His collaboration with filmmaker Harmony Korine on Spring Breakers, starring James Franco, Selena Gomez, and Vanessa Hudgens, has been talked about as revolutionary. Doug worked with Diego Luna on Cesar Chavez and most recently on Mr. Pig which stars Danny Glover and Maya Rudolph.

Maria Djurkovic (Production Designer)

Maria Djurkovic’s feature film credits as production designer include The Imitation Game by Morten Tyldum, for which she was nominated for both an Academy Award and BAFTA Award in 2015; The Invisible Woman by Ralph Fiennes; Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy by Thomas Alfredson, for which she received a BAFTA nomination and won the European Film Award; and Stephen Daldry’s award-winning The Hours and Billy Elliot. For these last three movies, she received nominations for Excellence in Production Design from the Art Directors Guild.

She was the production designer on three previous Focus Features movies, Mira Nair’s Vanity Fair (which earned her a Satellite Award nomination), Christine Jeffs’ Sylvia, and Woody Allen’s Scoop, and reteamed with the latter writer/director on Cassandra’s Dream.

Djurkovic’s other features as production designer include Phyllida Lloyd’s blockbuster Mamma Mia!; Peter Howitt’s Sliding Doors; Brian Gilbert’s Wilde (for which she won the Evening Standard Best Technical Achievement Award); Benjamin Ross’ The Young Poisoner’s Handbook and Golden Globe Award-winning RKO 281 (for which she was an Emmy Award nominee); and Richard Loncraine’s The Special Relationship, written by Peter Morgan.

In 2002, Djurkovic was honored with the Women in Film and Television Technical Achievement Award.

Danny Glicker (Costume Designer)

Danny Glicker was honored with an Academy Award® nomination as well as the Costume Designers Guild Excellence in Period Film nomination for his work on Gus Van Sant’s Milk starring Sean Penn. Glicker had previously received the Costume Designers Guild Excellence in Contemporary Film Award for his designs on Duncan Tucker’s drama Transamerica starring Felicity Huffman, and was nominated for the CDG award for Jason Reitman’s Up In The Air.

Recent projects include The Sea of Trees, reuniting Glicker with director Gus Van Sant and Matthew McConaughey, and Love & Mercy, director Bill Pohlad’s acclaimed film about singer-songwriter Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys, featuring Paul Dano, John Cusack, Elizabeth Banks, and Paul Giamatti.

Glicker designed the costumes for the run of the HBO series “Looking” based in San Francisco, with director Andrew Haigh, featuring the lives and loves of three gay friends in contemporary times.

Previous credits include Thank You For Smoking and Labor Day starring Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin, for Jason Reitman; This Is the End, directed by Evan Goldberg & Seth Rogen; The Guilt Trip starring Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen; director Walter Salles’ sprawling 1940’s road trip epic On the Road, based on the book by Jack Kerouac, with an ensemble cast that includes Viggo Mortensen, Kristen Stewart, Kirsten Dunst, Garrett Hedlund, and Amy Adams; We Are Marshall, the true story of the Marshall University college football team in the early 70’s overcoming serious obstacles, starring Matthew McConaughey; and two projects with Alan Ball--Towelhead starring Toni Collette, Aaron Eckhart and Maria Bello, and the pilot for “True Blood,” HBO’s hit vampire series starring Anna Paquin.

Daniel Pemberton (Composer)

Daniel Pemberton is an Ivor Novello award winning and multi-BAFTA nominated composer. After self-releasing an avant-garde electronic album at the age of 16, Bedroom, Pemberton began making waves in the world of electronic music, with interest from Massive Attack’s label to release his second album. Pemberton commented on his second album in relation to film scoring: “It was very heavily influenced by Blade Runner.” From there, Pemberton’s interests tended toward TV scoring. Pemberton began composing for British television while still in high school, and has written for over 150 productions adding up to over 500 TV episodes. More recently, Pemberton has delved into scoring for film, with credits including Guy Ritchie’s The Man From U.N.C.L.E., and Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs.

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