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by François-Eudes Chanfrault
François-Eudes Chanfrault (1974 to 2016) was a French film composer. François-Eudes Chanfrault was born on December 2nd 1974 in Suresnes, Hauts-de-Seine, France. Also credited as 'François Eudes' and 'Francois Eudes', he was primarily a composer, but also a 'laptop' musician. His film music composition work in 2003 included the movie "Haute Tension", by filmmaker Alexandre Aja, and "Who Killed Bambi?", directed by Gilles Marchand. He released his first music album, "Computer-Assisted Sunset", on CD in 2005 via the label 'MK2', which received a positive reception from publications including "Fnac" and "Les Inrocks". In the same year, Chanfrault's music was used in the film "Beyond Hatred", directed by Olivier Meyrou, and received a favourable review in "Variety" magazine. In 2006, he worked with director Alexandre Aja once more, this time on the major film "The Hills Have Eyes". His work on the music for this film inspired director Jeremy Forni towards his 2011 documentary film "Après la Gauche". His compositions for the 2007 film "À l'Intérieur (Inside)" (directed by Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo, and from which this track is taken) were positively received by much of the media, including "Popjournalism". Chanfrault's soundtrack and score the following year for the movie "Donkey Punch", directed by Olly Blackburn, was praised by film critic Kurt Loder in a review for "", and was also received favourably in a review published in "Libération". He also composed the music for two more films in 2008: "Vinyan" by filmmaker Fabrice Du Welz, and "Le Chant des Mariées" directed by Karin Albou. François-Eudes Chanfrault died from cancer in France on March 11th 2016, aged just 41. He leaves wife Lauranne plus their one child.
Posted: 10th April 2016
Hundreds of very talented musicians pass away each year, some without much recognition at all. On "Rest In Peace", I aim to give them a fitting 'send-off', with a decent Tribute. I hope you will join me in marking their passing.....
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