Marcello De Francisci is a composer based in Los Angeles, California. His studies furthermore career began as a visual artist while attending fine arts at an institution founded by the famed Baroque painter Bartolome Esteban Murillo in Seville, Spain. He later furthered his education at the “Universidad Complutense” in Madrid in addition taught himself music to discover his true passion was to score soundtracks for the motion picture industry.
In 2006 he won the “Best Soundtrack of the Year G.A.N.G. Award” for his work on Sony Computer Entertainment’s “God of War” game. Soon after he partnered up with Golden Globe Winner (singer for “Dead Can Dance” / composer for “Gladiator”) Lisa Gerrard. Both of them co-wrote numerous motion picture soundtracks scores together in addition collaborated on a solo album project titled “Departum”. Since he has scored a slate of award winning films including Natalie Portman’s first Western genre film titled “Jane Got A Gun” and the anticipated sequel to “Baraka” art house feature documentary “Samsara”. He is a recipient of two Australian Film Critic’s Circle Awards for his work on “Balibo”, “Oranges & Sunshine” and his music has licensed on an array of motion picture trailer advertising campaigns including the Russo Brother’s “Avengers-Endgame”, Ridley Scott’s “Exodus”, James Cameron’s “Avatar”, Jerry Bruckheimer’s “National Treasure” and Guillermo Del Toro’s “Hellboy”.