Film Music

Balz Bachmann

Music for opening film in Locarno

Balz Bachmann wrote the music for Willkommen in der Schweiz (Welcome to Switzerland), Sabine Gisiger's latest documentary which opened last year's edition of Locarno Film Festival, where Bachmann was awarded with the 2017 Fondation SUISA Film Music Prize. Furthermore, the score was nominated for the German Documentary Film Music Award 2018. Read more

Volker Bertelmann aka Hauschka

Filmscore for Baltasar Kormákur's drama Adrift

Based on the true story of survival, a young couple's chance encounter leads them first to love, and then on the adventure of a lifetime as they face one of the most catastrophic hurricanes in recorded history. Set to music by Volker Bertelmann. Theatrical release: June 1, 2018 (USA), July 12, 2018 (Germany) Read more 

Boris Bojadzhiev

Music for Tatort - Wofür es sich zu leben lohnt

Boris Bojadzhiev wrote the score for the Aelrun Goette directed episode of Tatort which is Chief Inspector Klara Blum’s last case after more than 30 episodes of the crime series at Lake Constance. Read more

Florencia Di Concilio

Filmscore for Ava: World Premiere in Cannes

Léa Mysius debut set to music by Florencia Di Concilio, was premiered at this year's edition of La Semaine de la Critique at Cannes International Film Festival. German Premiere: 26 June 2017, Filmfest München Read more

Karsten Fundal

Human Flow (directed by Ai Weiwei): Film Score nominated for Carl Prisen

The latest documentary of Chinese artist and filmmaker Ai Weiwei premiered at Venice Film Festival. The film that explores the ongoing refugee crisis through footage and interviews made in more than 22 countries was set to music by Karsten Fundal. The film score was nominated for the Carl Prisen 2018. Read more

Hildur Guðnadóttir

Music for Soldado

Stefano Sollima's follow-up to the 2015 film Sicario, centering around the escalating war against drugs along the border of the United States and Mexico will be set to music by Hildur Gudnadottir. Read more

Erdem Helvacioglu

FIPRESCI-Award for Sinan Kesova's film Outskirts (Hinterland)

Erdem Helvacioglu has written the score to the latest short film of Sinan Kesova, which was premiered at Istanbul Film Festival 2017 and received the FIPRESCI Award in the National Short Film Competition. Read more

Gary Marlowe

Filmscore for documentary The Milk System

Milk is Big Business. Behind the innocent appearances of the white stuff lies a multi-billion euro industry, which perhaps isn’t so innocent… Gary Marlowe scored Andreas Pichler's latest documentary, a German-Italian coproduction. Read more 

Selma Mutal

Music for Ederly by Piotr Dumala  

Selma Mutal set Ederly to music, a film by Piotr Dumala, Polish master of animation, exposing how easy it is to become dependent on the opinions and expectations of the community we live in. Read more

Michael Nyman

Music for Stig Björkman’s Film Ingrid Bergman - In Her Own Words  

Michael Nyman has written the score to Stig Björkman’s documentary about the Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman. Accessing Bergman’s diaries and her own private footage, Stig Björkman paints a highly personal portrait of a remarkable woman premiered at the 2015 edition of the Cannes Film Festival. Read more

Leonard Petersen

Premieres at Munich International Film Festival

Leonard Petersen wrote the score for Blind & Hässlich (Blind & Ugly, directed by Tom Lass) and Detour (directed by Nina Vukovic). World premieres: Munich International Film Festival 2017 Read more 

Johannes Repka

Music for Timm Thaler nominated for the German Film Awards

Johannes Repka's score for Andreas Dresen’s adaptation of Timm Thaler, a classic children’s book written by James Krüss and first published in 1962 was nominated for the German Film Awards in the category Best Film Music. Read more 

James Reynolds

Monuments Men from Timbuktu

Lutz Gregor's documentary, set to music by James Reynolds, tells the story of the daring rescue of a unique World Cultural Heritage. First broadcast: February 22, 2017 Read more 

Gert Wilden

Grimme Prize nomination for Katharina Luther

On occasion of the Reformation Jubilee 2017, Julia von Heinz directed a biopic on the former nun and wife of Martin Luther, Katharina von Bora, set to music by Gert Wilden and currently nominated for the Grimme Prize 2018. Read more