Polish pianist, singer and composer Hania Rani is making her international television scoring debut on the upcoming 7-part Australian original series The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, premiering August 4th on Amazon Prime Video.
The series is based on Holly Ringland’s best-selling novel of the same name and stars Sigourney Weaver, Asher Keddie, Leah Purcell, and Frankie Adams. The story involves a nine-year-old girl who loses both her parents in a mysterious fire and is sent to live with her grandmother, played by Weaver, on a flower farm. There she learns dark secrets about herself and her family. The narrative uses native wildflowers and plants to depict the inexpressible. It spans decades as Alice grows from a child into a woman.
Weaver is also executive producing the Amazon Studios, Made Up Stories and Fifth Season production. Rani’s most recent scoring work includes the documentary features The Giacommetti’s and Venice – Infinitely Avantgarde.