Interview with Ramin Djawadi
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25 minutes, Language: EnglishRecorded by Tim Horemans on 2010-09-28
Born in Germany, film composer Ramin Djawadi graduated Summa Cum Laude from Berklee School of Music in 1998. Soon after, Djawadi garnered the attention of composer Hans Zimmer, who encouraged him to move to Los Angeles. At Remote Control Productions, Djawadi served as an orchestrator and assistant to Hans Zimmer. He also worked with him on different projects including Thunderbirds and Batman Begins. More importantly, he wrote additional music for the first Pirates of the Caribbean film, The Time Machine and The Recruit. Eventually, Djawadi began to work on his own, starting with his collaboration with RZA for David Goyer’s film, Blade: Trinity. Since then, Ramin Djawadi has written music for Iron Man, The Unborn, Mr. Brooks, Clash of the Titans, Prison Break, Open Season and recently the new Medal of Honor videogame.