Stanislas Syrewicz brought his musical talents to a variety of films over the course of his Hollywood career. In the beginning of his Hollywood career, Syrewicz worked added music to films like "La Part des choses" (1983), "Amour Braque" (1984) with Francis Huster and the comedy "The Fantasist" (1986) with Moira Harris. His music also appeared in the horror feature "The Lair of the White Worm" (1988) with Amanda Donohoe. In the nineties, Syrewicz's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like the Johan Leysen dramatic adaptation "True Blue" (1998) and "Shooting Fish" (1998) with Dan Futterman. Syrewicz's music was also featured in the Nigel Hawthorne comedy "The Clandestine Marriage" (1999), the dramatic adaptation "Nora" (2001) with Ewan McGregor and "Strictly Sinatra" (2001). His music was also featured in the action picture "Extreme Ops" (2002) with Devon Sawa and the Tom Wilkinson dramatic adaptation "Separate Lies" (2005). Syrewicz most recently composed for "Britz" (2008-09).