Niki Reiser

2005_niki_reiser_galerie.jpg

Jurybegründung

»The jury sees this choice as an accolade for a composer who repeatedly and majestically succeeds in meeting the particular dramaturgical needs entailed by film scores, and thus suffusing each individual work with its own unique sound, creatively engaging with the disparate styles afforded by global music.«

Niki Reiser

Niki Reiser was born Rheinach, Switzerland, in 1958, and from 1980 to 1984 studied flute, jazz and composition at the Berklee School in Boston, and then in his home country. The most significant mentors for his film music, the principal focus of his studies and his subsequent work, were Jerry Goldsmith and Ennio Morricone, while his principal artistic partners are the filmmakers Dany Levi, Caroline Link, Doris Dörrie and Tom Tykwer. Reiser’s major successes include the films »Beyond Silence« (1996), »Nowhere in Africa« (2001) and »Go for Zucker!« (2005).

Main Sponsor:
Official Airline:
Premium Project Partner:
Communication Partners: