CB - Eric Barbier & Renaud Barbier - PETIT PAYS
Screening of Petit Pays
To confirme...⎪Cinéma Le Pagnol
Eric Barbier - Director
Renaud Barbier - Composer
After 10 years of classical piano, Renaud Barbier studies at the Centre Musical Créatif of Nancy, where he graduates in 1991 with a special mention, unanimously delivered by a jury. As he performs on stage for jazz and world music bands, he also integrates Boston’s Berklee College of Music in Piano jazz performance, Composition, Film Scoring and Jazz Composition given by Herb Pomeroy. He later turns towards composition and orchestral direction.
Since then, Renaud Barbier score more than fifty films and telefilms, series, documentaries and commercials. He signs the scores of films such as Le tueur de Montmartre by Borislav Sajtinac (winner of many international prizes), Mejor es que Gabriela no se muera, winner of the Best First Film at Cinequest International Festival of San Jose, Brassens, la mauvaise réputation with Stéphane Rideau and Marie-Anne Chazel and directed by Gérard Max, Vauban, la sueur épargne le sang, Quand Homo Sapiens faisait son cinéma (winner of many international prizes) directed by Pascal Cuissot, and Les impunis by Agnès Gattegno.
His brother Eric Barbier entrusts him with the music of several of his films, such as Le Serpent (with Yvan Attal and Clovis Cornillac) and Le dernier diamant with Bérénice Bejo and Yvan Attal. Renaud Barbier also scored the music and arrangements of the additional music of La promesse de L’aube (with Pierre Niney and Charlotte Gainsbourg), another film by his brother. More recently, he scored the docufiction Que le luxe soit ! by Stéphane Bégoin, and Petit Pays (adapted from Gaël Faye’s novel, 2020) directed by Éric Barbier (with Djibril Vancoppenolle and Jean Paul Rouve) that they come to share.
Renaud Barbier also received several awards for his work (George Delerue Award, Berklee Composition Award, Fondation Marcel Bleustein‐Blanchet Award, among others).