CB Romain Trouillet
Screening of Edmond
Saturday March 23⎪6:00 pm⎪Cinéma Le Pagnol
During the 2012 Festival, Romain Trouillet benefited both from the Master Class of musical composition for image, directed by the composer, musician and orchestrator Pierre Adenot and the European Market for film music composition - 3rd Character. Romain Trouillet is first of all interested in the relationship between music and cinema during his studies in musicology at the faculty of Lille III. In 2014, he is unanimously accepted in the music composition class of the CNSMD Lyon directed by Gilles Alonzo and Serge Vella. In 2009, he writes his first soundtrack for the tale Le Conseil des Sorcières. Then began a long collaboration with, among others, 3Dduo, Vertical and Atelier 801, studios for which he will work on many video game soundtrack. In 2013, he is noticed for his original music in the film 37°4 S by Adriano Valerio. In 2014, he is spotted by Alexis Michalik who offers him to compose the music of his play Le Cercle des Illusionnistes. He then worked with Arthur Jugnot, David Roussel and Sébastien Azzopardi on various plays. He worked once again with Alexis Michalik for whom he wrote both the music of his play Edmond (awarded by several Molières in 2017) and, more recently, on its adaptation to the screen.