Ralf Hildenbeutel •

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Ralf Hildenbeutel is an award-winning producer and film composer with a style shaped as much by his eclectic background as by his classical education in piano and composition and his obsession for electronic music.

Throughout a varied career, Hildenbeutel has collaborated with artists such as Sven Väth, Laith Al-Deen, Andreas Bourani & Chris Liebing as well as producing remixes for Depeche Mode, Anne Clark, Robert Palmer, Enigma, and Yello.

Hildenbeutel has also worked extensively in film, scoring several feature films including the award-winning “Hommage á Noir” (golden medal at the New York Festival, 1996), “Vincent will meer” (“Deutscher Filmpreis”, 2012), and international productions such as the Italian limited series “Maltese” and “La Guerra è Finita”.

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— Credits

• Io Te Cecheró
(original score, limited - series, 2020, directed by Gianluca Maria Tavarelli)

• Il Silenzio dell'Acqua, season II
(original score, limited - series, 2020, directed by Pier Belloni)

• Something Evil Becomes Us
(original score, short movie, 2020, directed by T.J. Penton,
official selection at the Cannes Festival Short Film Corner 2020)

• La Concessione Del Telefono
(original score for the feature film, 2020, film version of the Andrea Camillieri book, directed by Roan Johnson)

• La Guerra è Finita
(original score, limited-series, 2020, directed by Michele Soavi)

• La Stagione della Caccia
(original score for the feature film, film version of the Andrea Camillieri book, 2019, directed by Roan Johnson)

• Non Mentire
(original score, limited - series, 2019, directed by Gianluca Maria Tavarelli)

• Il Silenzio dell'Acqua
(original score, limited - series, 2019, directed by Pier Belloni)

• Die Aldi-Brüder
(original score for the docu-fiction drama about the Aldi brothers, 2019, directed by Raymond Lay)

• Lehmann. Gier frisst Herz
(original score for the docu-fiction about the Lehmann Brothers bank crash, 2019, directed by Raymond Lay,
Silver World Medal at the New York Festivals 2019)

• Kommissarin Lucas, "Das Urteil"
(original score, feature film, crime thriller, 2018, directed by Nils Willbrandt)

• Kommissarin Lucas, "Polly"
(original score, feature film, crime thriller, 2019, dir.: Nils Willbrandt)

• La Mossa Del Cavallo
(original score for the feature film after the book from Andrea Camillieri, 2018, directed by: Gianluca Maria Tavarelli)

• Afterword
(original score for the internationally multi awarded short film, 2017, directed by Boris Seewald)

• Maltese
(original score for the internationally awarded limited – series, 2017, directed by Gianluca Maria Tavarelli)

• Tod einer Kadettin
(original score for the docu-fiction film about the dead of a cadet on the Gorch Fock, 2017, directed by Raymond Ley)

• Burg Schreckenstein
(original score, feature film, 2016, directed b: Ralf Hüttner)

• Kommissarin Lucas, "Der Kreuzweg"
(original score, feature film, crime thriller, 2016, directed by Ralf Hüttner)

• Eine Villa mit Pinien
(original score for the awarded short movie. 2016, directed by Jan Koester,
best music at the Filmfest Dresden)

• Komissarin Lucas, "Der Wald"
(original score, feature film, crime thriller, 2015, directed by Ralf Hüttner)

• Der Koch
(original score and songs for the feature film, film version of the bestseller from Martin Suter, 2015, directed by Ralf Hüttner)

• Momentum
(original score for the multiple awarded short movie, 2013, directed by Boris Seewald)

• Ausgerechnet Sibirien
(original score and songs, feature film, 2012, directed by Ralf Hüttner)

• Bastard
(original score and songs, multiple awarded feature film, 2011, directed by Carsten Unger)

• Komissarin Lucas, "Gierig"
(original score, feature film , 2011, directed by Ralf Hüttner)

• Vincent will meer
(original score, feature film, 2011, directed by: Ralf Hüttner,
winner „Deutscher Filmpreis“ 2012)

• Reine Formsache
(original score, feature film , 2006, directed by Ralf Hüttner)

• Mondscheintarif
(original score, feature film, 2001, directed by Ralf Hüttner)

• ...und das ist erst der Anfang
(original score, feature film 2000, directed by Pierre Franckh)

• Be.Angeled
(original score, feature film, 2001, directed by Roman Kuhn)

• Hommage á Noir
(original score for the multiple awared art documentation, 1996, directed by Ralf Schmerberg,
World Golden Medal for music at the New York Filmfestival 1996,)