December 2009: Bryanton received the SMPIA Showcase Award for Best Original Score for the thriller Surveillance (directed by Jennifer Lynch, executive produced by David Lynch.) Bryanton's score received numerous positive reviews:
Ray Bennett, The Hollywood Reporter: "Todd Bryanton’s score helps maintain a constant undercurrent of dread."(full review)
Michael Gingold, Fangoria: “The eerie sound design and score by Rob and Todd Bryanton respectively contribute to the mood of impending and arriving doom.”
Hungry Hills debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival, and once again Bryanton's score was singled out for praise:
Larry Richman, pronetworks.org: “Ken Krawczyk's lush cinematography
and a sweeping score by Todd Bryanton rival those of any great classic western.” (full review)
Pictured here with the 2009 Showcase Award for Best Original Score, Todd Bryanton is a film and television composer based out of Regina, Saskatchewan. Bryanton works for the audio-post facility Talking Dog Studios. Bryanton produces and performs his own music, and has produced, engineered and mixed albums for several Canadian artists.