Composer of film music
The Real Dr. Strangelove (52′)
by Philippe Calderon
John von Neumann, a Hungarian mathematician who became American after the war, shaped the 20th century and, unbeknownst to us, continues to shape the 21st century.
Retrouver Byzance (82′)
by Philippe Calderon and Paltin Nottara
Music for a documentary on byzantine culture, a melting pot where orient and occident meet.
You can listen to more audio excerpts here:
When The World Spoke Arabic (12 x 26′)
by Philippe Calderon and Mahmoud Houssein
Classical music in oriental style. Instruments: oboe, violin, guitar, bass, percussion.
You can buy the series on DVD.
La grande histoire du cerveau (52′)
by Dominique Lecourt and Philippe Calderon
Minimal music for a documentary film about progress in neurosciences and the human brain. Listen to more of this film score:
Michel Foucault par lui-même (52′)
by Philippe Calderon and François Ewald
A filmed essay supported by the ideas of the french philosopher and sociologist Michel Foucault. Here are some of this brainy compositions:
Terre des Mondes (30 x 26′)
by Connaissance du Monde
Shared project work with Richard Sanderson, Alexandre Mabeix and Tanguy Follio. Listen to some short extracts of my compositions: