Frank Ilfman

Frank Ilfman is an award winning composer based in London and Los Angeles. Frank Ilfman worked on his first television production at seventeen with composer Jan Hammer on the ever so popular television series The Chancer starring Clive Owen and since then has contributed original music to more than fifty film and television projects such as the hilarious romantic comedy Cupcakes directed by Etyan Fox, Stuart Urban's May I Kill U? (starring Kevin Bishop, Frances Barber and Jack Doolan), the award-winning film by Micha X Peled, Bitter Seeds (Winner of the Green Screen competition Award at IDFA, the International Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam). Noodle (Norma Productions / Bleiberg Productions) - Nominated for The Ophir Film Awards for Best Film and Best Score, Locked-In starring Ben Barnes, the award-winning cult movie Rabies, Paris Leonti's Mercenaries (starring Billy Zane) and Iraq and Putin, Russia and The West a fascinating series for BBC and Brook Lapping Productions. Directed by Paul Mitchell and produced by Andrew McKerlie. 
Ilfman's music can be described as dark and atmospheric, romantic and evocative. He combines exotic instruments, electronics and a full symphonic orchestra to produce a powerful dramatic style that brings a vibrant and fresh contemporary feel to the big screen. 
Frank Ilfman is best known for the worldwide critically acclaimed and multi-award winning, twisted thriller Big Bad Wolves (Quentin Tarantino's Best Film Of The Year in 2013) and for which he won the Israeli Oscar for Best Score and the prestige's Saturn Award for Best Music in LA. Recent works include the new Legendary Pictures logo fanfare and director Christian Hallman's upcoming thriller Sensoria.

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