Bruno Coulais

Bruno Coulais's composing career has won him acclaim in France and the United States, with strong scores for such films as the 2004 drama "The Chorus" and the '09 animated feature "Coraline. " Since his first ... Read more »
Born: 01/13/1954

Filmography

Music (70)

3 Hearts 2015 (Movie)

(Music)

Gemma Bovery 2015 (Movie)

(Original Music)

Masaan 2015 (Movie)

(Music)

Song of the Sea 2014 (Movie)

(Music)

The Shadow King 2014 (Movie)

(Composer)

Farewell, My Queen 2012 (Movie)

(Original Music)

Happiness Never Comes Alone 2012 (Movie)

(Music)

My Worst Nightmare 2012 (Movie)

(Original Music)

Babies 2010 (Movie)

(Music)

Living in Emergency 2010 (Movie)

(Original Music)

Oceans 2010 (Movie)

(Original Score)

The Secret of Kells 2010 (Movie)

(Music)

Tête de Turc 2010 (Movie)

(Original Music)

Coraline 2009 (Movie)

(Music)

Coraline 2009 (Movie)

Orchestrations (Original Music)

Coraline 2009 (Movie)

("Dreaming") (Song)

Lucky Luke 2009 (Movie)

(Music)

Lucky Luke 2009 (Movie)

(Original Music)

Villa Amalia 2009 (Movie)

(Music)

Agathe Clery 2008 (Movie)

(Music)

Female Agents 2008 (Movie)

Orchestrations (Original Music)

MR 73 2008 (Movie)

(Music)

Hellphone 2007 (Movie)

(Original Music)

Le Deuxième Souffle 2007 (Movie)

(Original Music)

Max & Co 2007 (Movie)

(Original Music)

Truands 2007 (Movie)

(Original Music)

The White Planet 2006 (Movie)

(Music)

Brice de Nice 2005 (Movie)

(Music)

Genesis 2005 (Movie)

(Composer)

Agents Secrets 2004 (Movie)

(Music)

The Chorus 2004 (Movie)

(Music)

Winged Migration 2003 (Movie)

(Music)

Balzac: A Life of Passion 2000 - 2001 (TV Show)

Music

Belphegor (le fantome du Louvre) 2001 (Movie)

(Music)

De l'amour 2001 (Movie)

(Music)

Himalaya 2001 (Movie)

(Music)

The Crimson Rivers 2001 (Movie)

music composer & orchestrator (Music)

The Magnet 2001 (Movie)

(Music)

The Magnet 2001 (Movie)

songs (Song)

Vidocq 2001 (Movie)

(Music)

Epouse-moi 2000 (Movie)

(Music)

Le Libertin 2000 (Movie)

(Music)

Le Libertin 2000 (Movie)

(Original Music)

Scenes de crimes 2000 (Movie)

(Music)

A Major Inconvenience 1999 (Movie)

(Music)

Belle Maman 1999 (Movie)

(Music)

La Debandade 1999 (Movie)

(Music)

The Count of Monte Cristo 1998 - 1999 (TV Show)

Music

And the Little Prince Said 1998 (Movie)

(Music)

Don Juan 1998 (Movie)

(Music)

Preference 1998 (Movie)

(Music)

Serial Lover 1998 (Movie)

(Music)

Zaide 1998 (Movie)

(Music)

Wild Games 1997 (Movie)

(Music)

Flames in Paradise 1996 (Movie)

(Music)

Microcosmos 1996 (Movie)

(Music)

Adultery (A User's Guide) 1995 (Movie)

(Music)

The Son of the Shark 1995 (Movie)

(Music)

Waati 1995 (Movie)

(Music)

Green Henry 1993 (Movie)

(Music)

Simeon 1992 (Movie)

(Music)

Le Retour de Casanova 1991 (Movie)

(Music)

Les Equilibristes 1991 (Movie)

(Music)

Veille Canaille 1991 (Movie)

(Music)

La Campagne de Ciceron 1990 (Movie)

(Music)

Zanzibar 1989 (Movie)

(Music)

La Femme secrete 1986 (Movie)

(Music)

Next of Kin 1986 (Movie)

(Music)

Qui trop embrasse 1986 (Movie)

(Music)

Sometimes in April (TV Show)

Music

Biography

Bruno Coulais's composing career has won him acclaim in France and the United States, with strong scores for such films as the 2004 drama "The Chorus" and the '09 animated feature "Coraline. " Since his first full-length score, for Sébastien Grall's "La femme secrète," he has worked on over 100 features and television series. Originally forging a career in French TV, Coulais leapt into more features when he hooked up with documentarians Claude Nuridsany and Marie Pérennou. "Microcosmos," their 1996 look at insect life, placed a heavy emphasis on Coulais's score, winning him his first Crèsar award and making him the most in-demand film composer in France. Soon, Coulais was working on multiple projects each year, returning to nature documentaries with 2001's avian adventure "Winged Migration," and receiving worldwide acclaim for his work on the schoolhouse drama "The Chorus," which won him a Crèsar, and was nominated for an Oscar and a BAFTA Award. Though around this time he said that he wanted to focus on non-film-related projects, such as a children's opera, Coulais's work was still heard in many movies, including the animated adaptation of Neil Gaiman's "Coraline" and the 2010 documentary "Babies."

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