2018 Angel Film Awards - Monaco International Film Festival angel awards

Official Jury Member MICHAEL LADOUCEUR

International Award Winning Composer and Producer

Michael Ladouceur is an American composer and producer who has developed a unique style blending orchestral and ambient electronic music. He received his Masters in Composition for Screen from the Royal College of Music (RCM) where he now holds a post on the composition faculty, as well as a supervisor role in the Faculty of Music at Cambridge University. As a Student he was awarded the prestigious Tagore Gold Medal, the top honor given by the college to a graduating student and was presented by HRH Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales.

Mike is currently one of this year’s Emerging Creatives supported by The Hospital Club foundation in London. The highly competitive programme offers five artists in different fields support for one year to develop their artistic vision. Mike is working to produce his first full length orchestral hybrid album, while also hosting informative events and talks about his craft through the programme. In addition to The Emerging Creatives Programme, he is also a member of BAFTA Crew.

His work in film has taken him all over Europe and the United States, awarding him Best Original Music at the 2015 Monaco International Film Festival. He is also an innovator in the concert hall creating immersive performances with cutting edge distance technology. He has collaborated with the New World Symphony to premiere his violin concerto in 2016 with the soloist performing live from 800 miles away.

Mike has composed, arranged and orchestrated music for a variety of genres in film, and electronic music; and his music is regularly broadcast on BBC Radio 3. Music Department credits include: Dateline (NBC); Mission Impossible: Fallout (Paramount) starring Tom Cruise; The Emoji Movie (SONY); Call The Midwife (BBC).

You can find out more about Mike on IMDB