The Jury of The Camille Awards
The international jury of the Camille Awards consists of film music composers solely.
A four-time EMMY winning composer, audio director, music supervisor and guitarist, Patrick de Caumette creates original scores internationally, serving the film, TV, video game and advertising industries. Patrick has produced soundtracks for Walt Disney, ABC, Comcast, Canal +, UbiSoft, SYFY, USA Network…
Born in France, and currently residing in Philadelphia, Patrick de Caumette studied music at the Berklee College of Music (Berklee Faculty Award 1984). As an audio director, Patrick oversees all aspects of audio for media: score, dialog, sound design and music supervision. His ability to deliver soundtracks in a wide variety of genres and cultures has made him the go-to composer for many industry professionals. Emotion, modernism, tradition, and a flair for world cultures and period music are his trademarks of choice.
Mychael Danna is an Academy Award-winning film composer recognized for his evocative blending of non-western traditions with orchestral and electronic music. He composed the transculturally inspired 2013 Oscar and Golden Globe-winning score for Ang Lee’s Life of Pi. Danna also composed scores for Ang Lee’s The Ice Storm and Ride With the Devil. Other noted credits include Oscar-winning and Oscar-nominated films such as his long time collaborator Atom Egoyan’s The Sweet Hereafter and Exotica, Moneyball and Capote with director Bennett Miller, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus for Terry Gilliam, Monsoon Wedding, The Breadwinner, Little Miss Sunshine, (500) Days of Summer, Being Julia, Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur, Deepa Mehta’s Water and Girl, Interrupted. Television scores include Alias Grace, Tyrant, and an Emmy Award for outstanding music composition for the 2012 mini-series World Without End. “The most gratifying filmmaking experiences are ones that take effort to unpeel the layers surrounding the heart of the story and to find the best musical expression of that heart,” says Danna. “Those are always the film scores I am most proud of.”
Ozren K. Glaser (1984) is a Croatian film and theatre composer, also the founder and Artistic Director of the International Sound & Film Music Festival in Croatia. He is also an award-winning writer and sound designer. His notable works include collaborations on South-African musical U-Carmen eKhayelitsha (directed by Mark Dornford-May) that won the Golden Bear Award at the Berlin Film Festival; The Reader (directed by Stephen Daldry) with 5 Oscar nominations and one win (Actress in a Leading Role – Kate Winslet); and many theatrical projects at Dubrovnik Summer Festival, Croatian National Theater and others.
Identified as a renovator of neo-classicism, he is known for his film music, primarily for his Emmy award-winner score ‘The Night Manager’, or his IFCMA award-winners scores ‘Buried’ and ‘Grand Piano’.
With classical background, he finished his studies at Madrid Opera School of Music, developing during the 90’s a dynamic career as arranger for national and international artists as Julio Iglesias, Plácido Domingo, Ricky Martin or Montserrat Caballé. It is during this period in which Victor began working in film music, composing the score for notorious films in Spain as ‘As A Lightning’ (Miguel Hermos, 1996) or ‘Lisbon’ (Miguel Hernández, 1999), being unanimously recognized by critics as a talented and versatile composer.
Dedicating himself exclusively to composition since 2000, he wrote the score for several international productions, as ‘One Of The Holliwood Ten’ (Karl Francis, 2001) ‘All Stewardess Goes To Heaven’ (Daniel Burman, 2002), multiple Academy of Spain award-winner ‘La ciudad sin límites’ (Antonio Hernández, 2003), or ‘Turning Tide’ (Christophe Offenstein, 2013). In 2007 he began working with acclaimed director Rodrigo Cortés, composing the score for his first film ‘The Contestant’, following in 2010 with groundbreaking film ‘Buried’, and finally in 2012 with new classic ‘Red Ligths’.
In 2016, he obtained the Emmy award in the category of Best Composer for his work on ‘The Night Manager’, groundbreaking BBC’s production based of John Le Carré’s novel. To this day, Victor has composed the score for more tan 50 films and TV Series, obtaining numerous acknowledgments and awards.