June 15th, 2014 :  LES BETISES 


Recorded Jeremie Elkaïm in my studio today, for LES BETISES, an auteur comedy where he plays the starring role (surrounded by Sara Giraudeau, Anne Alvaro, Jonathan Lambert, Jacques Weber…) dir. Alice & Rose Philippon, prod. ASA / Rezo Films) The shooting begins in a few weeks…  Everyone is super happy of the track… I’m going to the set in two weeks, to supervise the musical parts… Can’t wait !

CONNASSE (Grand Journal, Canal+)

May 7th, 2014 :  CONNASSE (Grand Journal, Canal+)


Music for Connasse, this year’s successful short program in Canal+ daily show “le Grand Journal”, with singer/composer Marianne Elise. AND more news : Eloise Lang and Noémie Saglio (director of Canal+”Les Voies Impénétrables”, score by Fred Avril) are beginning to shoot a Connasse long-feature film. The soundtrack to it will be the full-lenght long version of the “Connasse” song, that we have just finished recording. Larry Mullins (drummer of the STOOGES and also known as Toby Dammit) played the drums in Los Angeles and Marianne Elise and I sing ! We love the song. To be released soon !


Jan 24th, 2014 :  RAIN 

Tonight, world premiere of Johannes Stjärne Nilsson’s “Rain” starring british actress Sally Phillips at Gothenburg Film Festival, Sweden. Nilsson was one of the two directors of Sound of Noise, one of my first scores. Great little art object !

Featuring in electronic project ACID ARAB’s record.

January 11th, 2014 :  Featuring in electronic project ACID ARAB’s record.

We’re pretty excited by the worldwide release of Acid Arab ! Collective project by Guido Minisky and Hervé Carvalho where acid house meets arabian beats, feat. Omar Souleyman as well as ZOMBIE ZOMBIE. LISTEN + read Pitchfork review.  – There will be a whole lot of DJ sets and shows around the world.

Now screening in the US.

September 15th 2013 :  Now screening in the US.


“The Lifeguard” (Sundance 2013) directed by Liz W. Garcia, starring Kristen Bell and scored by Fred Avril is now in theaters. Here is the full-length version of “John&Pearl down the River” used in the film.