Academy Award-winning musician Luis Bacalov built a successful career for himself contributing to the soundtracks of many big screen productions. Bacalov began his entertainment career with his music featured in films like the Bette Davis dramatic adaptation "The Empty Canvas" (1963) and the Nino Manfredi drama "This Time Let's Talk About Men" (1965). He followed this honor with songs in the crime thriller "We Still Kill the Old Way" (1967) with Gian Maria Volonte, the Claudia Cardinale comedic adaptation "A Rose For Everyone" (1967) and the Ugo Tognazzi comedy "Cuori Solitari" (1970). Bacalov won an Academy Award for "The Gospel According to St. Matthew" in 1966. In the eighties, Bacalov's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like "Nicole ou l'enfant trouve" (1983), the drama "Una Strana Passione" (1984) with Fernando Rey and the crime picture "Le Juge" (1984) with Jacques Perrin. His work was also in "Le Transfuge" (1985). Bacalov won an Anthony Asquith Award For Achievement In Film Music BAFTA Award for "Il Postino" in 1995 as well as a Music (Original Dramatic Score) Academy Award for "Il Postino" in 1995. Bacalov's music was also featured in "South Frontier" (1998) featuring Maribel Verdú, "Noces le Lune" (1998) and "The Truce" (1998) with John Turturro. His music was also featured in "Polish Wedding" (1998) with Lena Olin and the drama "La Deuda" (1998) with Guillermo Restrepo Echeverri. Bacalov most recently worked on "Elsa & Fred" (2014) with Christopher Plummer.