(Fran├žais) HOWARD SHORE
(Fran├žais) HOWARD SHORE
Howard Shore is an American film composer. He gained notable recognition for the famous thriller "The Silence of the Lambs". Shore subsequently worked with Chris Columbus on "Mrs. Doubtfire" and with Tim Burton on "Ed Wood". He experienced further acclaim by composing the music for "Philadelphia" and "Seven". He is also known for his collaborations with director Peter Jackson, particularly for composing the music for "The Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" trilogies. Shore has won numerous awards for his work, including several Oscars and Golden Globes, and is considered one of the most talented and influential composers in the film industry.

THE SHROUDS by David Cronenberg - official competition
Karsh, 50, is a renowned businessman. Inconsolable since the death of his wife, he invents a revolutionary and controversial system, GraveTech, which allows the living to connect with their departed loved ones in their shrouds. One night, several graves, including his wife's, are vandalized. Karsh sets out to find the culprits.