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Award-winning film music composer John Koutselinis, has composed high quality film scores, with notable collaborations comprising of music written for producers and directors such as Gary Kurtz (Star Wars IV & V), Brian Presley (The Great Race), Richard Bazley (Disney, Warner Bros) , Steve Stone (Entity) , Danny Wilson (Nephilim) and Mel Smith (Director of High Hills and Low Lifes, Radioland Murders - Story by George Lucas).
He has recently composed the score for the film ‘The Great Race’ by Director/Producer Brian Presley, also starring Henry Thomas (E.T., Legends of the Fall) and Treat Williams, amongst others. He also composed music for the films 'In Extremis' with David O'Hara (The Departed, Harry Potter) & Isabelle Allen (Les Misérables), Katherine of Alexandria (Peter O’Toole, Steven Berkoff & Edward Fox) and ‘Nephilim’ (John Savage - award-winning score, music performed by The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra).
In addition, he has composed music for over 35 short films including the award-winning series ‘We Are Angels’ Featuring Lisa Brenner (The Patriot) and Courtney Gaines (Children of the Corn & Back to the Future), the multi-award winning film 'Centurion Ressurection' (Gary Kurtz - Producer, Richard Bazley - Director), Dragonball Z & The League of Legends (K&K Productions), which films have amassed over 15 million views, and music for the short film 'The Rocket Boy' (Official Selection-Sundance Festival) amongst others.
He is the recipient of 4 awards, including 'Best Music Score' by the Sydney Independent Film Festival for the original score of the film 'Nephilim', and the 'Best Music' award by the British Horror Film Festival for the original score of the motion picture 'In Extremis'. He is also the recipient of several nominations, including nominations by the prestigious Jerry Goldsmith Awards.
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'In Extremis' is set for release on February the 11th 2019
Recently scored film 'In Extremis' (aka Point of Death), is set for a digital release on February the 11th 2019. The film was directed by Steve Stone (Entity), starring David O’Hara (Braveheart, Doomsday, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1), Isabelle Allen (Les Miserables) and Lisa Gormley (Home and Away).
'In Extremis' has gained several nominations by the American Horror Film Festival, including Best Feature Film, Best Director and Best Music and won the awards for Best Actor (David O'Hara) and Best Script (Steve Stone).
The film has also won the awards for Best Film, Best Director (Steve Stone) and Best Music (John Koutselinis) at the British Horror Film Festival.
The music was performed by members of The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.
John Koutselinis' Score for the Motion Picture Katherine of Sinai is nominated for 'Best Original Score'
John Koutselinis has been nominated for 'Best Original Score' by the 2018 Amsterdam Independent Filmmakers Award for the music of the Motion Picture 'Katherine of Sinai' (Katherine of Alexandria - Director's Cut).
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Recordings for the original score of the Motion Picture 'The Great Race' are completed
The live recordings for the original score composed by John Koutselinis for the motion picture 'The Great Race' (Directed by Brian Presley), were performed by the members of 'The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra' at the Smecky Studios (Prague) on November 11th.
The music was conducted by Adam Klemens and the session was supervised by James Fitzpatrick & Stanja Vomackova and engineered by Jan Holzner.
The original score for the motion picture 'In Extremis' wins 'Best Music' at the BHFF 2017
The motion picture 'In Extremis' by director Steve Stone has received five nominations by the British Horror Film Festivals.
The BHFF has awarded the following awards: Steve Stone: Best Director, John Koutselinis: Best Music and Best Film (Steve Stone, Alan Lathan & Lionel Hicks)
John Koutselinis' Score for the feature animated film 'Nephilim' wins Best Music Score
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Recordings for the Original Score from the Motion Picture 'Extremis' are completed
The Original Score for the film 'Extremis' by director Steve Stone has been completed.
The live recordings took place in Prague with members of 'The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra'
at Smecky Studios on 5th November and were produced by James Fitzpatrick.
The orchestra was conducted by Nic Raine. 'Extremis' was directed by writer/director Steve Stone.
Starring: David O' Hara (The Departed, Harry Potter) and Isabelle Allen (Les Misérables)
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Original score from 'Centurion Resurrection' wins 'Best Music'
Recently scored, GBK produced film 'Centurion Resurrection' has just won an award for the category of 'Best Music' at the 'London Ealing Film Awards'.
The score can be heard at this location: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onIyzpNmA5w
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The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra records the score for the motion picture 'Nephilim'
John Koutselinis' original score for the Motion Picture 'Nephilim' was recorded by the
City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra on the 6th and 7th October.
The sessions took place at the Smecky Studios in Prague and were produced
by James Fitzpatrick.
The orchestra was conducted by Nic Raine.
Orchestral Suite, 'The Flight of the Pegasus' is performed live at the 'Pride of Birmingham Awards'
John Koutselinis' orchestral suite 'The Flight of the Pegasus' was performed by 'The People's Orchestra'
at the Pride of Birmingham Awards' on September 26th.
The event was presented by Gaby Roslin, and the awards were presented
by Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath) & Ali Campbell (UB40) amongst others.
“Working with John was an honour. He is an extremely talented composer, with the ability to grasp exactly what is needed on a project, and also has the ability to execute specifically what is needed on time, and within budget. I would welcome the chance to work with him again. ”
— Danny Wilson, Director- 'Nephilim'