RONNIE MINDER

AWARD WINNING COMPOSER 

FOR FILMS, TV & GAMES

RECENT

Swiss-born, Australian-based composer Ronnie Minder has scored many multi-award winning international films including Australian Western The Legend of Ben Hall (executive produced by Greg McLean “Wolf Creek”), Defend, Conserve, Protect (featuring Dan Aykroyd), We are the Marine Society (narrated by Simon Reeve), FIA World Endurance Championship (starring Patrick Dempsey), Ren Kyst (produced by Verity White, BBC). His ability to blend contemporary electronics with traditional orchestration gives Minder a diverse and stylistic edge, capable of delivering modern scores for every genre from sweeping blockbusters to blood-curdling horrors to edgy sci-fi thrillers. International films, documentaries & media projects he scored were broadcast on HBO and seen by millions of people on video-sharing sites. His scores are being played on radio across the globe alongside Hans Zimmer, Ennio Morricone, John Williams, James Newton-Howard, Alexandre Desplat, James Horner, and are often featured on iTunes amongst Hollywood scores such as Black Panther and Deadpool.

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LISTEN

ATTIC

Attic (Audio Sample Available Soon)

Mommy? (Audio Sample Available Soon)

You Took My Son Away From Me (Audio Sample Available Soon)

Coming Home (Audio Sample Available Soon)

DEFEND, CONSERVE, PROTECT (SEA SHEPHERD, DAN AYKROYD) [IN CINEMAS 2019]

His Time Has Come

Whale Wars

Evil Prevails When Good People Do Nothing

POD

Silent Sea, Silent Land

Mind of the Oceans

THE LEGEND OF BEN HALL

The Battle of Jugiong

Ambush at Bundaburra

Don’t You Shoot My Father

Father & Son

The Mourning of May 5th

I Shot a Man

REELS

Trouble with Ice (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Theme, epic, electronic

Trouble with Ice (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

We Failed the Whales (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Theme, epic, action

ACTION SCIFI THEME (REEL)

DRONE HORROR (REEL)

DRAMA (REEL)

EERIE (REEL)

SUSPENSE ELECTRONIC (REEL)

ETHEREAL (REEL)

NEWS

NEWS LOADING

Ronnie scored Sea Shepherd’s first feature film Defend, Conserve, Protect featuring Dan Aykroyd and is coming to cinemas in 2019.

Ronnie once again teamed up with award-winning Bengar Films to score the first of a few projects for the world’s largest toll-operator Transurban.

Ronnie’s writing & directing debut ‘Attic’ starring The Legend of Ben Hall’s Joanne Dobbin, Tom Beaurepaire and Steve Jager will be released in 2019.

ABOUT

Swiss-born, Australian-based composer Ronnie Minder has scored many multi-award winning international films including Australian Western The Legend of Ben Hall (executive produced by Greg McLean “Wolf Creek”), Defend, Conserve, Protect (featuring Dan Aykroyd), We are the Marine Society (narrated by Simon Reeve), FIA World Endurance Championship (starring Patrick Dempsey), Ren Kyst (produced by Verity White, BBC).

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Minder won multiple awards including 'Best Composer 2017' at the Australian Screen Industry Network Awards, 'Best Original Soundtrack' at the Oniros Film Awards and was also in the running for a ‘Best Score’ Oscar nomination at the 89th Academy Awards for The Legend of Ben Hall.

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His music journey started early on in life and inspired by the music of Ennio Morricone and Vangelis, he took his first professional footsteps in electronic music, signing record deals and releasing his work all over the world. His ability to blend contemporary electronics with traditional orchestration gives Minder a diverse and stylistic edge, capable of delivering modern scores for every genre from sweeping blockbusters to blood-curdling horrors to edgy sci-fi thrillers.

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Having decided to solely focus on his film scoring in 2014, Minder attracted interest from film makers globally. International films, documentaries & media projects he scored were broadcast on HBO and seen by millions of people on video-sharing sites. His scores are being played on radio across the globe alongside Hans Zimmer, Ennio Morricone, John Williams, James Newton-Howard, Alexandre Desplat, James Horner, and are often featured on iTunes amongst Hollywood scores such as Black Panther and Deadpool.