Molly Nyman

Molly Nyman has composed numerous film scores, mostly in collaboration with Harry Escott. She is the elder daughter of composer Michael Nyman, and appeared in Peter Greenaway's The Falls, as did her mother, Aet Nyman. Nyman was awarded the Women's International Film & Television Showcase 2014 Sound Award in recognition of her work as a composer.[1]

She studied music at Sussex University and went on to specialise in composition at City University, London.[2]


  • The Falls (1980) (actor only)
  • We Built This City: New York (2003) (with Harry Escott)
  • Hard Candy (2005) (with Harry Escott)
  • What's Your Name 41? (2005)
  • Die Österreichische Methode (The Austrian Method) (2006) (with Harry Escott)
  • The Road to Guantanamo (2006) (with Harry Escott)
  • Deep Water (2006) (with Harry Escott)
  • I Am Slave (2010) (with Harry Escott)


  1. "Molly Nyman: The Music Award - UK". Women's International Film & Television Showcase. Retrieved 28 November 2015.
  2. EMI Artist Profile: Hary Escott and Molly Nyman Archived 2010-06-13 at the Wayback Machine

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