Federico JusidFederico Jusid (born April 23, 1973) is an Argentinian composer who resides and works between Madrid and Los Angeles. He has written the scores for more than 40 feature films and over 25 television series.
His work includes the score for the Academy Award®-winner for Best Foreign Film ''The Secret in Their Eyes'' (2009, Dir. by Juan José Campanella), for which he received the nomination for the Spanish Academy Goya Award® for Best Original Score.
He has recently worked with Alberto Iglesias writing additional compositions for the original score of Ridley Scott's ''Exodus: Gods and Kings'', and he has also composed the OST for ''Kidnap'' (Luis Prieto) with Halle Berry, and ''Happy 140'' (Gracia Querejeta). Other notable scores include ''The Life Unexpected'' (Jorge Torregrossa), ''Everybody Has a Plan'' (Anna Piterbarg), ''The Escape'' (Eduardo Mignogna), ''The Hidden Face'' (Andrés Baiz), ''I Want to Be a Soldier'' (Christian Molina), and more recently ''Magallanes'' (Salvador del Solar), ''Getulio'' (Joao Jardim), ''The Ignorance of Blood'' (Manuel Gómez Pereira), ''Betibu'' (Miguel Cohan) or ''Francis, Father Jorge'' (Beda Docampo Feijóo).
On television, his most recognised work is the soundtrack for the Spanish historical drama ''Isabel'', with whom he won several awards, such as International Film Music Critics Association (IFMCA) Award and Reel Music Award. In 2015 he made the score for the TV series ''Under Suspicion'' and ''The Refugees'' (co-production with BBC International) and just released the historic drama ''Charles, King Emperor'', sequel of ''Isabel''.
He has also composed works for concert hall premiered throughout Europe and America by recognized soloist and chamber ensembles. As a pianist and composer, he has performed and toured prestigious theaters in Europe, Asia and America. He recorded for labels BMG, IRCO, Magenta Discos and Melopea. Provided by Wikipedia