Florencia Di Concilio


Florencia Di Concilio is well-established in the area of film music and one of the most successful composers in France where she lives and works. Among several new film soundtracks she wrote the score for River Phoenix’ last film Dark Blood. Over the past few years Florencia Di Concilio has composed the original soundtrack for more than 30 award winning feature films and documentaries for cinema and television (ARTE, BBC, HBO, Sundance, Canal +, etc), working with a wide range of directors such as George Sluizer, Heddy Honigmann, Peter Wintonick, Angus MacQueen, Tanaz Eshaghian, Laura Bari, Marc and Nick Francis or Gonzalo Arijon whom she frequently collaborates with. Florencia Di Concilio’s diversified film scoring work has received high critical acclaim from the L.A. Times, Variety, Entertainment Weekly and the New York Times. Experienced in creating both orchestral and rather minimalist works Florencia Di Concilio frequently is commissioned to compose pieces for dance companies, soloists, music ensembles and visual artists.



  • AVA premiere at Festival de Cannes

    AVA premiere at Festival de Cannes

    27th April 2017

    We are pleased to announce the premiere of Léa Mysius' film "AVA" at Cannes Film Festival. The film contains a wonderful score by our composer Florencia di Concilio and will be shown during the Critics' Week which is part of the...

  • "Becoming Zlatan" nominiert für European Film Awards

    "Becoming Zlatan" nominiert für European Film Awards

    23rd August 2016

    GERMAN: Die Dokumentation "Becoming Zlatan" (Regie: Fredrik und Magnus Gertten) über die beeindruckende Karriere des schwedischen Fußballstars Zlatan Ibrahimovic ist für den European Film Award nominiert. Großen Anteil am Erfolg des Films...

  • Hot Docs audience award for 'Angry Inuk' (Score by Florencia di Concilio)

    Hot Docs audience award for 'Angry Inuk' (Score by Florencia di Concilio)

    11th Mai 2016

    Angry Inuk (Director: Alethea Arnaquq-Baril; Canada) won the audience award at Hot Docs film festival in Toronto. The documentary follows a new tech-savvy generation of Inuit wading into the world of activism, using humour and reason to...