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• Chris has spent the last 6 months composing the first movement of a concerto for piano, violin, cello and orchestra. The piece is an extension of the work used in the feature length documentary, Not in our Name which featured Ex-Cabinet Minister Tony Benn. He is very excited to be working with regular collaborator, violinist Catherine Houghton.


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• Borrowed Time has had a great reception, both from its screenings and in the press, particularly from the respected film journalist, Mark Kermode. Here is his review.  The score has also received some fabulous comments: Heyguys review,  "Complete with a brooding, gentle score which complements the film well.." and this from So So Gay Magazine:

"Christopher Barnett's score for the film is also the perfect underline for the film's story. Understated and twinkling like a children's music box, it almost feels like it mirrors the child-like mind of Kevin who's inadvertently found himself in this precarious position."

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 Welcome to the Majority has won Best Feature Film Awards at the Carmarthen Bay and the Big Cardiff Film Festivals alongside the Best Cinematography Awardat The Yellow Fever Independent Film Festival 2013 in Belfast. It is also screening 19th April and 16th August respectively as official selections at the London Independent Film Festival 2013 and the Chichester Film Festival 2013 

 Monk3ys has won the Best Film award at The Yellow Fever Independent Film Festival 2013 in Belfast.


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 Chris has completed the score to the short film, 'The Paintbrush' featuring Lois Winstone and directed by 16 year old Shiona Penrake, produced by her father Nic Penrake for Penrake Productions. 


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• Chris is now being represented by Celine Palavioux of Music To Picture.
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