Dru Masters


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Dru Masters is the composer behind the some of the UK's most successful drama and factual shows, including International Emmy winning 'Capital', 'Damilola, Our Loved Boy', the BBC's multi award winning drama 'SILK', Young James Herriot, Charlie Brooker's hilarious comedy drama 'A Touch Of Cloth' and the factual show that spawned a genre, BAFTA-winning 'The Apprentice'. He has also scored films like Fflur Daffydd's 'The Library Suicides', 'Jump', the debut feature film by Bindu de Stoppani, starring Claire Price, composed for theatre and occasionally produced records for an ecclectic mix of international artists.





Capital wins an Emmy Finding Camille Damilola, Our Loved Boy - Soundtrack


Capital has been awarded the International Emmy for Best TV Movie / Mini Series, at the awards gala at the Hilton New York. Executive Producer Derek Wax and Director Euros Lyn collected the award. The BBC One series, adapted from John Lanchester's best selling book of the same name, was written by Peter Bowker and produced by Matt Strevens.

Finding Camille

The new feature film by Bindu de Stoppani, FINDING CAMILLE is the moving and at times heartbreakingly humorous story of a father and daughters’ journey to get to know each other, whilst simultaneously forgetting what bonded them in the first place. Produced by Christof Neracher of Hugo Film (Zurich) and Gabriella De Gara of RSI.


The original soundtrack is now available on most digital outlets, including iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and many others.


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Damilola, Our Loved Boy

Written by award-winning screenwriter and playwright Levi David Addai, Damilola, Our Loved Boy is a 90’ feature-length drama from Minnow Films for BBC One telling the story of Damilola Taylor from the point of view of the Taylor family, exploring their journey from Lagos to London, the emotional repercussions of Damilola's death and the family’s quest for justice. It stars Babou Ceesay, Wunmi Mosaku and Sammy Kamara and was Directed by Euros Lyn, Produced by Sue Horth and Executive Produced by Colin Barr.

The Library Suicides

"A stylish, playful and enjoyably offbeat Welsh-language thriller, The Library Suicides (adapted from Fflur Dafydd’s bestseller Y Llyfgell) stars Catrin Stewart (a cult figure from her role as Jenny in Doctor Who) as twin sister librarians Nan and Ana who plan revenge when their author mother commits suicide, with her final words suggesting her biographer murdered her. Set within the stately National Library of Wales, director Euros Lyn (who directed episodes of Doctor Who and Broadchurch) has made a gem of a thriller."


Toby Jones, Lesley Sharp, Wunmi Mosaku and Adeel Akhtar star in Peter Bowker’s adaptation of John Lanchester’s critically acclaimed and bestselling novel Capital, produced by Kudos for BBC One. Directed by Euros Lyn, Produced by Matt Strevens and Executive Produced by Derek Wax.


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