Supersize Me 2 featured at Toronto Film Festival 2017
This year's Toronto International Film Festival sees the premiere of Morgan Spurlock's new movie Supersize Me 2: Holy Chicken with a soundtrack by Jeff Meegan and David Tobin.
Morgan Spurlock rose to fame with his original Supersize Me movie in 2004, in which he highlighted the health problems caused by the fast food industry, as he attempted to live on a diet of food from McDonalds restaurants for a month.
In the new film Morgan open his own fast-food chicken restaurant as he uncovers the truth - and the lies - about the multi-billion dollar restaurant industry.
With Morgans trade mark wit, the film highlights the issues he faces in dealing with food industry giants.
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TWO COMPOSERS , TWO CONTINENTS - ONE TEAM…
Composers Jeff Meegan and David Tobin are a unique team. Working more than 3,500 miles apart, they have created a growing reputation for producing quality music for the needs of modern media.
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RECORDING AT STUDIO ONE, ABBEY ROAD
David and Jeff set to work with Julian Gallant and the London Sessions Orchestra for two days at Abbey Road to complete a ground-breaking new project for Audio Network.
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Adding music textures to BBC's award-winning drama
A star-studded cast including double Oscar winner Glenda Jackson, Robert Lindsay, above left, Samuel West, above right, and Toby Jones featured in the BBC's award-winning adaptation of Emile Zola’s 20-novel saga of the Rougon-Macquart family and its feuds and struggles in nineteenth-century Paris.
David Tobin and Jeff Meegan worked with long-term collaborator Julian Gallant on the music for the 24-hour broadcast epic. READ MORE
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