Cyril Morin (Composer)
Cyril Morin is a multi-faceted artist. He has scored over 100 soundtracks and done orchestration for other artists. His score for the critically acclaimed “Samsara” (directed by Pan Nalin), won honors at AFI and fests in Santa Barbara and Melbourne. The soundtrack continues to sell internationally, garnering many dedicated fans, and has made Morin something of a cult composer.
Morin’s many international accolades include two nods from the Auxerre International Soundtrack festival for “The Syrian Bride” (Directed by Eran Riklis) and “Zaina” . He was nominated for a World Soundtrack Award and a European Film Award, and his score for “Little Jerusalem” (directed by Karin Albou), which was screened at the Cannes Film Festival, earned him two awards.
He scored also Pan Nalin’s “Valley of Flowers,” which won Best Jury Award at IFFLA LA. His music for “That day,” directed by Jacob Berger, was called “a wonderfully varied and evocative score...” by The Hollywood Reporter.
Recently he conposed the Tv series "Borgia " (by Tom Fontana), the Chinese feature film "I do" (directed by Zhou Sun), and the two last movies directed by Eran Riklis, "Playoff" (with Danny Huston) and " Zaytoun" (with Steven Dorff).