Inspired by the true story of Malek, a Kuwaiti man during the Iraqi Invasion in 1990. Day after day, he passes two dead bodies that no one is burying. He wants to find out why, but everyone is afraid to interfere during wartime. Caught between his fear of death and his respect for human dignity, Malek decides to bury the bodies himself by the side of the road.
BEST ORIGINAL SCORE: Nomination Hollywood Music in Media Awards 2010
BEST WORLD MUSIC: Hollywood Music in Media Awards 2010
OFFICIAL SELECTION: Park City Film Music Festival 2012
BEST IMPACT OF MUSIC IN A SHORT FILM - 3rd PLACE: Park City Film Music Festival 2012
BEST ORIGINAL SONG / SCORE - COMMERCIAL ADVERTISEMENT: Nomination Hollywood Music in Media Awards 2014
Collaboration with Director Amit Gupta of Hello Robot (India / LA) for the Indian Cinema.
"No Ticket to Travel" for Woodland.
MUSIC ONLY VERSION
AD 410. Rome has been conquered by barbarians. The slave and the daughter of a famous scholar escape together to Alexandria. But when a fellow traveller turns on them, and kidnaps the daughter, the slave has to chase him through the desert, and learn how to become a warrior.
BEST ORIGINAL SONG COMPOSED FOR THE SCREEN : Nomination APRA AGSC Screen Music Awards 2012
BEST ORIGINAL SONG (Independent, Documentary or Short): Nomination, Hollywood Music in Media Awards 2012:
BEST WORLD SONG Hollywood Music in Media Awards 2012