Valerie Meikle from the movie Amazona
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Camilo Sanabria is a composer based in Bogotá, Colombia. He has had the opportunity of writing and recording orchestral film music for the Babelsberg Filmorchester in Germany, where he won the Berlinale Talent Campus Films Score Competition in 2010, where Alexandre Desplat served as his mentor.
He has worked for many feature documentaries and films such as Amazona (nominated for best Ibero-american film at the GOYA) from director Clare Weiskopf, I Will Be Murdered by Justin Webster, and the film Alias María by Jose Luis Rugeles, premiered on Cannes Film Festival - Un Certain Regard - section.
His diverse work in the areas of film, television, theater, dance, and music ranges in style from electronic music to orchestral composition.
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Best original score for Amazona.
Nominated for best original score for Amazona.
Nominated for best original score at the Macondo 2017 Awards at Bogotá, Colombia for the movie Un Caballo Llamado Elefante
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Winner for best musical director for TV series Así Somos - Señal Colombia.
Nominated for best original score at the Macondo 2016 Awards at Bogotá, Colombia for the movie Alias María.
Nominated for best original score at the Macondo 2013 Awards at Bogotá, Colombia for the movie The Crack.
BERLINALE TALENT CAMPUS MUSIC SCORE COMPETITION
Winner of the Berlinale Talent Campus Music Score Competition. Composer soundtrack with the Babelsberg Orchestra for the animated short Please Say Something of director David Orielly. Mentor: Alexandre Desplat.