The Imposter...aided by Anne Nikitin's classy score.  
The Guardian

Anne Nikitin


London based British composer Anne Nikitin is an award-winning composer who has scored a wide range of films from action-packed thrillers to emotional dramas, quirky comedies and epic natural history productions. Anne recently scored the critically acclaimed feature film “The Imposter“, directed by Bart Layton and produced by the makers of “Man on Wire” for Film4 and A&E Indie Films. The film premiered at Sundance Film Festival 2012, before opening in cinemas across America and the UK. The film received 5 BIFA nominations and 5 Cinema Eye Honors 2013 nominations, including for best Score. The film has also been short listed for an Oscar.

Anne’s more recent work includes music for the award-winning series Locked Up Abroad for National Geographic Channel; the Royal Television Society Award winning Wootton Bassett: The Town That Remembers for BBC; America: the Story of Us, a landmark series for the History Channel introduced by Barak Obama; and Crusaders: Back From the Dead directed by Matthew Catling for Channel4. She has composed music for the BBC, Channel4, Film4, five, A&E, History Channel, Discovery, National Geographic, and Sky Movies, as well as a range of independent films.

Anne was born in Canada to Romanian and Polish parents and grew up in various countries around the world. She obtained Bachelor degrees in English Literature and Music at McGill University in Montreal where she experimented with contemporary music techniques. In 2001 she was awarded a SOCAN prize for Young Composers of Canada.

She completed a Master’s in Composition for Screen at the Royal College of Music in London studying with Academy Award winners Dario Marianelli and Gabriel Yared and has assisted George Fenton on the BBC series “Life” narrated by David Attenborough, which was nominated for an Ivor Novello Award.

In 2006, Anne won the BBC New Talent, New TV Composers Scheme. The prize was a commission to score a BBC Natural World film, White Falcon, White Wolf, which won a Merit Award for Music at the Missoula Wildlife Film Festival.


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Credits [IMDB Credits]
The Imposter
(A&E IndieFilms, Film4, Protagonist Pictures)
Wootton Bassett

The Town That Wouldn't Forget
(National Geographic Television)
America (The Story of the US)
Banged Up Abroad
(Raw Television / National Geographic Television)