A STUDENT music producer looks set to have her work featured on the score of the latest Hunger Games film.

Lizzy Proctor, 18, was selected from more than 2,000 hopefuls to help write for the soundtrack of the eagerly anticipated Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2.

She is one of just 24 people tasked with writing music for the film and two pieces of her work have been sent for scoring, which means it is very likely they will make the final cut.

As part of the project, she has also had a masterclass with legendary film composer Hans Zimmer, who has composed music for more than 150 films and received an Oscar for his work on the Lion King score.

And she has been told she can attend the film premiere at either London, Paris or New York.

Lizzy, a music production student at Kinson-based ACMR, said: “I couldn’t believe it when I was told I was successful.

“I had forgotten about it, so when I was contacted I was amazed.

“I’ve seen the previous films so it would be amazing if my music was used in the new film.

“My family are really proud and I feel like I’ve proved to myself that I can do this.

“It’s definitely opened my eyes to the fact that I can actually do this.”

Rob Birchall at ACMR said: “This is an incredible achievement for Lizzy and we’re very proud of her.

“For a student to be working on the score of a major Hollywood film is just amazing.

“The mere fact that they’ve taken some of her work and put it in for scoring is a real boost.

“They wouldn’t waste their time if they didn’t think they would use it.”