Stelios Koupetoris is a composer and sound editor in the film and television industry.
Born in Athens at 1977, he studied Anthropology and started focusing on music and sound at his late childhood, as a member of several rock and metal bands.
During the early stages of the digital audio revolution, he started focusing on sound synthesis and its implementation in music productions. After a long term of personal work and experimental projects he initiated his aims in the fields of cinema and founded Social Jamming productions. Ever since, he works as a freelancer in the department of Music and Sound of major film projects and publishes his personal and project-based soundtrack music.
Among many projects of various genres, in several production and post-production stages of sound, his latest works include the multi-awarded and nominated animation shorts "The Village", "1.2 Million Children", "Dawn" and the Horror Feature "Frost".
- Hollywood Music in Media Awards 2011:
Best Classical - Orchestral Music Nomination
- Moondance International Film Festival 2011:
Best Original Score Award
- Park City Film Music Festival Award 2011:
Silver Medal for Excellence for Original Music for a Feature Film
- L.A. Movie Awards 2011:
Best original Score for "Frost"
- Drama Film Festival 2011
Best Sound Award
- World Music and Independent Film Festival:
Best Original Sound Nomination for "Dawn"
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