Dan Baboulene

Dan Baboulene is a versatile, highly creative composer and multi-instrumentalist whose work has attracted a number of high profile clients in the world of TV and Film. 

Most recently he's co-written the music for feature film The Art of Love  starring Jeremy Swift (Downton Abbey) and Jasmine Blackburrow (Shadow and Bone), and composed the score for Paul Dood's Deadly Lunchbreak, which premiered at SXSW'21 as a spotlight feature and won BEST MUSIC at Toronto After Dark Film Festival, starring Jonny Vegas, Mandeep Dhillon, Alice Lowe and Kris Marshall, and produced by BIFA winner Finn Bruce. He also recently wrote for VICE's Primetime Documentary series Laura Kuenssberg, The Brexit Storm (BBC 2) which received four stars in the Guardian. The first instalment was watched by over 10 million people live on the BBC.

Dan has composed for various award winning feature Films such as National Television and Film Award winning  Best Comedy, Eaten By Lions, (2021) starring Jonny Vegas and Asim Chaudhry, Eaten By Lions also won the Audience Award at LIFF. Dan also composed the music for BIFA Winning Feature In Another Life  starring  Ellie Haddad. In Another Life also won Best UK Feature at Raindance Film Festival.

Dan won the 'Best Composer' Award at LNRR Film Festival for his score to Jonny Dry's Third Quarter. He also won Best Score at Top Shorts FF for BAFTA Cymru nominated short Only Child, and last year the Watt's brother's feature Playhouse was shown as a First Blood screening at London Frightfest 2020 and reached the top 20 in the UK DVD charts. Dan's score was described as an 'Extraordinary Classic' in Terror Magazine. He was also the composer for Leash, which was nominated for Best Short at London Film Festival (2020) and Going Under, which won Best Up And Coming at London Film Festival (2013.) 

In 2020 Dan was selected for the BFI Network x BAFTA Crew talent development programme.