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Dan Baboulene is a composer best known for Netflix' The Art of Love, BBC 1's Eaten By Lions, Sky Movies' Paul Dood's Deadly Lunchbreak, and Laura Kuenssberg's BBC 2 Brexit Storm documentaries.

2022 sees the release of sci fi feature The Art of Love on Netflix, co composed with Dean Valentine. The soundtrack has won best music at Budapest Film Festival, and won Best Film at Zurich, Munich, and Ferrara Film Festival. Swede Caroline (music by) was nominated for Best UK Feature at London Raindance Film Festival, to be premiered at the end of October. The Island, an 8 part comedy series written by James Acaster and Ed Gamble, was also released on Dave (music by), and Our Great National Parks, scored by David Schweitzer, assisted by Dan, won an Emmy. Paul Dood's Deadly Lunchbreak (music by) won Best Score at Toronto ADFF, as well as Best Screenplay at SXSW'21, and premiered on Sky and Now TV. 

2021 saw Eaten By Lions (music by) win Best Comedy at the National Television and Film Awards, as well as showing on BBC One and Sky Movies. Dan wrote additional music for Hollywood Horror She Came From the Woods, composed by Hollywood legend Tim Williams, and the film premiered at London Frightfest. Dan also composed for Laura Kuenssberg's The Brexit Storm continues, which saw 6 million people tune in to BBC 2 to watch, and wrote for Amazon and BFi anthology The Uncertain Kingdom, which received 4 stars in the Guardian. 


2020 saw the release of Escape from Pretoria, starring Daniel Radcliffe, which Dan did the trailer music for. London Frightfest First Blood feature Playhouse reached the top 20 in the UK DVD charts, and his soundtrack was described as an extraordinary classic in Terror Magazine. Dan also scored Laura Kuenssberg's The Brexit Storm, produced by VICE, released on BBC 2, and assisted David Rowntree (Blur) on season 1 of The Capture (BBC One.) Dan also assisted Joris de Man on his soundtracks for Horizon Zero Dawn, which won an Ivor Novello award.

Dan ended 2019 with feature In Another Life winning a BIFA Discovery Award, and Best UK Feature at Raindance Film Festival, which was Dan's first feature collaboration with director Jason Wingard. Leash featured at London Film Festival nominated in the Best Short category. Only Child (music by) was nominated for a BAFTA Cymru award as well as winning Best Score at TSFF. Third Quarter won Best Score at London NRFF, and in his spare time Dan released a song 'See Me,' aside documentary film 'Sleeping Rough' to raise money for the homeless in conjunction with The Big Issue magazine. 

In his spare time when not composing Dan enjoys playing football and walking in the countryside. 

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