Movie Premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sep. 8

(Hollywood, CA) Canadian born composer Andrew Lockington’s score for the indie film “One Week” will be heard at the movie’s premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. “One Week,” directed by Michael McGowan and starring Joshua Jackson, makes its debut on Monday, September 8 at 9:30pm at Roy Thomson Hall. “One Week” will be part of The Gala Presentations at the Festival, which is a high-profile showcase of Canadian and international films with a major impact.

Lockington, who recently scored New Line Cinema’s “Journey to the Center of the Earth,” ventures back into the realm of fantasy and adventure this October with an original score for “City of Ember,” by 20th Century Fox. “One Week” is about a young man (Joshua Jackson) who is confronted with his mortality, and takes a road trip on a vintage motorcycle. “One Week” asks the question, “What would you do if you had one week to live?”

Lockington is a protégé of award-winning composer Mychael Danna (Little Miss Sunshine). Lockington’s credits include the Lionsgate film “Skinwalkers,” Samuel Goldwyn’s “Saint Ralph,” the Sony Pictures Classic “Touch of Pink,” and the scores for the HBO features “Xchange” and “Stranger Inside.” More recently, Lockington scored the Paramount/MTV distributed “How She Move” and New Line Cinema’s “Journey to the Center of the Earth” starring Brendan Fraser. Lockington’s next project is the film “City of Ember,” produced by Tom Hanks and starring Tim Robbins and Bill Murray.

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