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Armand Amar

Armand Amar (born 1953) is an Israeli-born French composer, who grew up in Morocco.
He won the 2010 César Award for Best Music Written for a Film for Le Concert (Radu Mihaileanu).Movies2002: Amen.
(Costa-Gavras)2004: Taboos (Zohre & Manouchehr) (Mitra Farahani)2005: Live and Become (Radu Mihaileanu)2005: The Ax (Costa-Gavras)2006: The Trail (Eric Valli)2006: Bab'Aziz (Nacer Khemir)2006: Glory (Bouchareb)2006: Blame It on Fidel (Julie Gavras)2007: Cartouches Gauloises (Mehdi Charef)2007: The First Cry (Gilles de Maistre)2007: Like your father (Marco Caramel)2008: The Maiden and the Wolves (Gilles Legrand)2008: Sagan (Diane Kurys)2009: Welcome (Philip Lioret)2009: Eden Is West (Costa-Gavras)2009: Miller, Van Gogh (Peter Knapp and François Bertrand)2009: Home (Yann Arthus-Bertrand)2009: Le Concert (Radu Mihaileanu)2011: Tu Seras Mon Fils (Gilles Legrand)2012: Eternal Amazon (Belisario Franca)2013: A Thousand Times Good Night (Erik Poppe)Television1997:Miracle in the Eldorado (Philippe Niang)2006:View of Heaven (Yann Arthus-Bertrand)2007:Marie Humbert, the secret of a parent (Marc Angelo)2009:Great Reporters (Gilles de Maistre)2009:London River (Bouchareb)Other creations2004:Earth from the Air (Renaud Delourme)2009:Marco Polo (Marie-Claude Pietragalla and Julian Derouault)2010: Trailer of Spring Film.Award2010: Cesar for best music for Le Concert (Radu Mihaileanu)Nominations2002 appointed by César for best film music for Amen.
(Costa Gavras)2003: nomination for the special SACEM for best original music for Later (Eric Valli)2005: Nominated for the César for best film score forLive and Become (Radu Mihaileanu)2006: Nominated for the César for best film score forGlory (Bouchareb)

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