<H1>Thierry Boulanger</H1> <tr> <b>Thierry Boulanger is a prolific and diverse talent, writing for his two loves: screen and stage. In 2007 he not only wrote the film score for Essuie Tes Larmes premiering in Paris in March 2008, b</b> <tr> <b>THIERRY BOULANGER: <br>Composer</b> <br>Thierry Boulanger is a prolific and diverse talent, writing for his two loves: screen and stage. In 2007 he not only wrote the film score for Essuie Tes Larmes premiering in Paris in March 2008, but also composed the musical, Jusqu?aux Dents, winner of the prestigious SACD prize (Society of Dramatic Authors and Composers). In the last decade, he has composed more than 100 songs, film scores for twenty-one short movies, as well as the music for a documentary on the life of Louis Malle for ARTE. He became the subject of a documentary himself when he wrote and conducted live with orchestra the soundtrack for La Faute d?Orthographe, a silent movie from 1918 by Jacques Feyder at the Sabl&eacute;-sur-Sarthe Film Music Festival. Thierry has been Music Director for various musicals throughout France and abroad, including Pr&eacute;vert?s Les Enfants qui s'aiment directed by Vincent Vittoz, Souingue (nominated Best Musical in the Moli&egrave;res for 1998), Et Vian!... En avant la Zique! and J?en ai marre de l?amour directed by Laurent Pelly. He wrote the arrangements as well as some original compositions for these last three shows. He continued his career as Music Director with I do I do, directed by Jean-Luc Tardieu (nominated Best Musical, Moli&egrave;res 2002 and 2003), D'Amour et D'Offenbach directed by Jean-Luc Revol, and Mademoiselle Faust directed by Daniel Mesguich. In 2000, he and Laurent Pelly joined forces again. Thierry wrote the score for C'est pas la vie?, an original musical commissioned by the Avignon Theater Festival. He then composed the stage music for Mrs. Doubtfire, starring Michel Leeb and directed by Daniel Roussel (nominated Best Comedy, Moli&egrave;res 2002) and in 2004, he received the Beaumarchais Foundation Prize for his score for Secret D&eacute;fense, with book written by Jean-Paul Farr&eacute;. In 2005 he was awarded the Maurice Yvain Prize by the SACD in recognition of the quality of his work. Recently, he accompanied Charles Aznavour on tour and R&eacute;gine at the Folies Berg&egrave;re. He was Music Director, as well as accompanist, for Sylvie Joly's latest one woman show which won rave reviews at the Th&eacute;&acirc;tre des Mathurins. FILMOGRAPHY 2008 Essuie tes larmesPhilippe Coroyer 2007Mission AtazuJulia Cordonnier Simple ConfessionArnaud Pierre 2006L?amour Pas B&ecirc;teJean-Ren&eacute; Chapron Les aventures de Thomas TroppNicolas Beguinot 2005La Vie en VilleH&eacute;l&egrave;ne De Roux La Faute d?OrthographeJacques Feyder 2004Sur la RoutePhilippe Coroyer Pas &agrave; PasNicolas Mucchielli Louis Malle, un cin&eacute;aste françaisPierre Philippe 2003Apr&egrave;s l?EcoleJulia Cordonnier Le SalopardJean-Noel Betzler 2001Poison ViolentMarie Brand 2000Jours d?OctobrePhilippe Coroyer 1999Le H&eacute;rissonJean-Noel Betzler Rien qu?une VoixNicolas Mucchielli 1997LisaMorgane Gangnant 1996Un Hiver de PlusPhilippe Coroyer 1995Drame colonialPierre Soubestre 1994Le saut dans le videCarlos Alvarez 1993SolitudesPhilippe Coroyer Lettre &agrave; SarahGa&iuml; Assouline 1992Un amour de pass&eacute; Murielle Besançon MUSICALS 2007Jusqu?aux DentsLandry/Lenormand PopperHanokh L&eacute;vin Un Chapeau de Paille d?ItalieLabiche 2005Secret D&eacute;fenseJean Paul Farr&eacute; 2002J?en ai Marre de l?AmourLaurent Pelly 2000C?est pas la vie?Laurent Pelly 1997Et Vian! En avant la Zique!Boris Vian 1995Souingue!Laurent Pelly STAGE MUSIC 2001Mrs. DoubtfireDir: Daniel Roussel <br> <a href="http://www.regardencoulisse.com/articles/article.php?num=55">www.regardencoulisse.com/articles/article.php?num=55</a> <br> <br><br> <tr> <tr> <P>This website requires </P><a href="http://www.adobe.com/fr/downloads/">Adobe Macromedia Flash Player</a><tr><P>Website created by </P><a href="http://www.artinbox.com">Artinbox Multim&eacute;dia</a> <p><b>Thierry Boulanger Thierry Boulanger is a prolific and diverse talent, writing for his two loves: screen and stage. In 2007 he not only wrote the film score for Essuie Tes Larmes premiering in Paris in March 2008, b</b></p>