Iain Cooke

Iain Cooke was music supervisor on Asif Kapadia’s Oscar & BAFTA winning and box office record-breaking feature documentary AMY about the life of Amy Winehouse, and many
feature films including Eran Creevy’s forthcoming Collide starring Anthony Hopkins, Ben Kingsley, Nicholas Hoult & Felicity Jones; Supersonic a feature documentary from the producers of AMY charting the incredible rise to fame of Oasis; Desert Dancer starring Freida Pinto; and Debbie Tucker Green’s Second Coming with Idris Elba for Film4.

Iain was named as TV Music Supervisor of the Year at both the 2014 and 2016 UK Music Week Sync and his TV supervision credits include John le Carré’s multi-EMMY nominated The Night Manager starring Hugh Laurie, Tom Hiddleston and Olivia Colman, Golden Globe & EMMY nominated Luther starring Idris Elba, BAFTA winning drama The Fades, Doctor Foster, dark thrillers Spotless for Canal+/Netflix, Cucumber and Banana, the Russell T. Davies’ penned TV dramas exploring the passions and pitfalls of 21st century gay life, Good Cop, What Remains, Thirteen, One Child and The Driver plus hugely popular period drama Call the Midwife. Iain also supervised Sky Atlantic’s first original British drama Hit & Miss starring Chloe Sevigny as a pre-op transexual hitman for which he won both the UK & International 2013 Music&Sound awards for best use of existing music in a TV programme.

Iain is a member of the Guild of Music Supervisors and a voting member of BAFTA and EMMY.