Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader

Next showing: Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader

  • 1.35pm, Friday 1 April 2016, Film4

For younger viewers anxious about the Sea Serpent* it’s probably best not to tell them that lamprey populations are recovering in English rivers 😉 (Environment Agency press release 4 September 2015).

David Arnold winning an award for his score on Voyage of the Dawn Treader

Click image to find out more about the 2011 BMI Awards

Interviews with David Arnold

Exclusive David Arnold interview – The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (CD, 2010) (10 January 2011) Static Mass Emporium

Interview with composer David Arnold (1 December 2010) Film Music Magazine
“If there’s one composer who knows how to take Earthlings to a land of mystical enchantment, and then get most of them back in one piece, it would be David Arnold.”

 

Voyage of the Dawn Treader soundtrack Amazon (left) & iTunes (right)

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Click the picture to find out more information about the score.

Previous screenings of this film on UK television

  • 11am, 31 December 2014, Film 4
  • 6.45pm, Saturday 3 Jan 2015, Film 4
  • 1pm, 22 February 2015, Film4
  • 7.45pm, 21 July 2015, e4
  • 3.20pm, Sunday 20 September 2015, Film4
  • 3.20pm, Saturday 26 September 2015, Film4
  • 3.30pm, Sunday 15 November 2015, Channel 4

*Sea serpents
Sea lampreys are quite a bit bigger than the ones found in rivers in the UK. More or less the stuff of nightmares though. Here’s a video of a sea lamprey breathing… and there’s a picture of the mouth of one below.

Pacific Lamprey

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