In Conversation With Cristobal Tapia de Veer, interview by Christian Murphy, Hyponik, United Kingdom


“…Centered around a conspiracy theory to sterilise the majority of the planet, the show was a triumph of clever casting, black humour, ultraviolence, spectacular cinematography, relentless pacing and an endlessly bizarre score. Save for the omnipresent hue of yellow in nearly every shot, the latter feature was perhaps Utopia’s calling card – something for which they’re indebted to Chilean born, Canadian based composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer. The classically trained de Veer – who has also composed for the decidedly different likes of BBC period drama Jamaica Inn and French series Seríé Noire, rightfully won a Royal Television Society Award last year for his work…” Read the full article here

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