Dickon Hinchliffe
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Dickon Hinchliffe

Dickon Hinchliffe is a founding member of Tindersticks - the seminal UK band for which he composed music, played violin, guitar and keyboards.

His orchestral arrangements were one of Tindersticks’ most distinctive features. From 1993 to 2005, Dickon was involved in ten of their releases including their self-titled debut which was named Melody Maker’s album of the year. Dickon began…

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His orchestral arrangements were one of Tindersticks’ most distinctive features. From 1993 to 2005, Dickon was involved in ten of their releases including their self-titled debut which was named Melody Maker’s album of the year. Dickon began scoring films when French director Claire Denis approached Tindersticks to write the score to her film Trouble Every Day (which starred Vincent Gallo). He has scored several other films including Forty Shades of Blue (directed by Ira Sachs) which won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2005. Five years later, the magic was repeated by Director Debra Granik’s film Winter’s Bone – which Dickon scored, winning the 2010 Sundance Grand Jury Prize.

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