Joseph Bishara

Other names of Joseph Bishara: Joseph Bihsara

Joseph Bishara was born on 26 July 1970 in America. He is an American Hollywood horror films music composer and best known for his music for ‘Conjuring,’ ‘Insidious,’ ‘dark skies,’ and ’11-11-11’. Bishara started working on music in the year 1998 in ‘Joseph’s Gift’ a biblical drama. But he was always interested in giving music to horror films. In 2006, he worked on the music his first horror film ‘Nights of the Demons’.

Except music composing he has also worked with different departments like film producing and sound designing for the film ‘Ghosts of Mars’ a ‘John Carpenter’ movie. He also has showed his acting skills in many Hollywood horror films in which he gave his music like ‘ Annabelle, ’ The Conjuring’ and ‘Insidious’. He came into news after working with the director ‘ James Wan’.

With him, he did ‘Insidious’ any many famous films of him. Joseph in 2014 achieved an ‘ASCAP- Top box office film’ Award for ‘Annabelle’. In 2015, Bishara supported “Shroud” a song from the album ‘Special effects’ by ‘Tech N9ne’.

Ilan Eshkeri English Actor

Ilan Eshkeri

Ilan Eshkeri is a composer for British movies whose birthplace is London. He played in a rock band, on the guitar and the violin, when he was merely a child. He completed his education from Leeds University, where he was a student of literature and music. It was at that time when he worked with Edward Shearmur and Michael Kamen who are also film composers and, Steve McLaughlin who is a producer of music. The first movie that he prepared the musical score for was 2001’s Trinity. Ilan tasted fame after Back to Gaya, following which he prepared the score for Matthew Vaughn’s Layer Cake. This won him a nomination at the World Soundtrack Awards for Discovery of the Year. He also collaborated with Vaughn on movies such as Stardust and an adaptation of Kick-Ass. For his work on Stardust, Eshkeri won the Best Original Score at the International Film Music Critics Association, and also gained him a nomination for Breakout Composer of the Year. Another film that he prepared the score for in 2007, Strength and Honour, won him the Best Soundtrack award at the Malibu Film Festival. He received a BAFTA nomination in the year 2010. This was for his work as a music producer on the film Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll. His work in the movie The Young Victoria also won him a nomination for the Best Original Score at the Ivor Novello Awards. His other works include 2009’s Ninja Assassin, 2011’s Johnny English Reborn, 2014’s Still Alice, and 2015’s Shaun the Sheep Movie. His contribution is not just restricted to movies; it also includes television shows like Colosseum, The Banker, Trial & Retribution, Planet Dinosaur, and Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond. The Sims 4 has also had its score prepared by Ilan Eshkeri. He has displayed his art in prestigious places such as at The Louvre in Paris, The Rudolfinum in Prague and The Royal Albert Hall in London. He has also performed live with Mel C, James Corden, Andy Burrows, and Nick Laird-Clowes. His other collaborations have been with Annie Lennox, David Gilmour, Tim Wheeler, and Sinead O’Connor.


Marco Beltrami

Marco Beltrami is an American film composer. He is best known for his score music in horror movies like ‘Mimic,’ ‘The Woman in Black,’ ‘Don't Be Afraid of the Dark,’ ‘Resident Evil.’ He was a part of the movie ‘Scream’ and its franchise in collaboration with Wes Craven. He had been nominated twice for Academy Awards and had won the Satellite Award for Best Original Score. He was born in New York and went to Ward Melville High School. He did his graduation from Brown University. He did his learning in music from Yale School of Music. He later joined the USC Thornton School of Music which is in Los Angeles. Over there he studied under the famous composer Jerry Goldsmith. He did his first feature movie in 1994 which was Death Match and directed by Joe Coppolletta. He was very acclaimed for his work in the movie. His second project was in 1996 with ‘Scream.’ The movie was directed by Wes Craven and was a huge hit. After his two successful works, he had made up his name in the industry as a composer in thriller, horror and action genre. In 1997, he came up with ‘Mimic.’ His other movies include ‘The Faculty’ in 1998, ‘Joy Ride’ and ‘Angel Eyes’ in 2001. In 2002, he worked with Marilyn Manson in ‘Resident Evil,’ in the same year he came up with ‘Blade II.’ ‘I, Robot’ in 2004 and ‘Red Eye’ in 2005. Besides thriller, horror and action genre movies he has also been a part of independent movies like ‘The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada,’ by Tommy Lee Jones and ‘The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys.’ His recent movies include ‘3:10 to Yuma’ by James Mangold. In 2011, he gave the score music for Soul Surfer. He composed the tracks for ‘November Man’ a spy movie with Pierce Brosnan in 2014. In 2015, he gave score for the movie ‘Fantastic Four.’ He is famous for his music composition with instruments like violins, and bass drums. He is known for his collaboration with the directors like Len Wiseman, Alex Proyas, Wes Craven, Guillermo del Toro, John Moore. He has worked with musicians like Marilyn Manson for the movie Resident Evil. He is known for his tracks "There Was a Time", "Street of Dreams", "This I Love", "Madagascar", "Prostitute". He was nominated for the Emmy Award for the movie David and Lisa in 1998. He had been nominated twice for Academy Awards. His first nomination was in 2007 for the movie ‘3:10 to Yuma.’ His second nomination was for the movie ‘The Hurt Locker’ in the category of Best Original Score. In 2011 he won the Satellite Award in the category of Best Original Score for the ‘Soul Surfer.’

Marco Beltrami English Actor