About Gaili Schoen

Since scoring Deja Vu (Vanessa Redgrave, Stephen Dillane) for director Henry Jaglom, film composer Gaili Schoen has scored an eclectic variety of feature films, including Paramount Classics' Festival in Cannes (Ron Silver, Greta Scacchi, Maximilian Schell) and Porchlight Entertainment's Mothers and Daughters (Sally Kirkland, Tom Bosley.) Schoen scored the PBS documentary Annie Leibovitz: A Life Through A Lens (Whoopi Goldberg, George Clooney, Kirsten Dunst) alongside score producer James Newton Howard. Using the Prague Symphony Orchestra, she combined piano, drums, dobro and fiddle with a full orchestral score for the feature film Noble Things, starring country singer Lee Ann Womack and Ryan Hurst. Schoen is best known for creating warm, passionate scores which she credits to her using live musicians on every project. Schoen has been a composer panelist for such organizations as The Society of Composers and Lyricists, and Women In Film.

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