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Liz Gallacher

Liz Gallacher is a British music supervisor based in Los Angeles.[1]

Gallacher has been called "one of the UK's leading independent music consultants".[2] Her work on projects such as The Full Monty (which won a BRIT Award for Best Soundtrack) and Resident Evil (featuring a Grammy-nominated track by Slipknot) garnered praise from producers, directors and the press. Her film 24 Hour Party People was shortlisted for a Film Music award at the 2006 NME Awards.

Liz has worked with directors such as Paul Anderson, Simon West, Michael Winterbottom, Gurinder Chadha and Nigel Cole.



  1. ^ Burrell, Ian (March 29, 2010). "The Brits who are making a big noise in Hollywood". The Independent (London (UK)). p. 44. 
  2. ^ Champ, Hamish (November 22, 2003). "Is Love the reel thing for CD sales?: This weekend's big British film release will affect more than one UK industry". The Guardian (Manchester (UK)). p. 22. 

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