An Oscar-winning film composer connected with both France and American art-house cinemas, Lebanon-born Gabriel Yared started his profession being a pop composer and music arranger for famous brands Michel Jonasz and Françoise Hardy. His initial encounter with movies emerged in 1973 with Samy Pavel’s Miss O’Gynie et les Hommes Fleurs. Six years afterwards, he was asked by Jean-Luc Godard to rating Every Man for Himself, and continued to compose as much as seven scores per year. Unlike various other prolific film composers, such efficiency didn’t bring about basic repetition; Yared sought his motivation in various styles and styles, which range from classics to folk, rock and roll, and jazz. His moody saxophone compositions in Betty Blue and his rating for The Fan, which attempted Asian instruments, had been honored Césars (French Oscars). In 1997, he had taken house an Oscar for The British Patient (1996). Following career features included his Academy Award-nominated ratings for The Gifted Mr. Ripley (1999) and Cool Mountain (2003), as well as the Amelia Earhart biopic Amelia (2009). In 2013, the Royal Ballet premiered Raven Gal, featuring a tale by novelist Audrey Niffenegger and music by Yared. He implemented that with an increase of film function, including music for Angelina Jolie’s By the ocean (2015) as well as the U.S.-Spain co-production The Guarantee (2016), in regards to the Armenian Genocide.