Lucio Godoy

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Lucio Godoy is a Spanish-Argentinian film composer & music producer.

He lived in Madrid from 1992 to 2013, working as an active film/TV composer (scoring and doing the music production for more than 50 feature films).

Since 2013 he has directed the Berklee College of Music scoring for film, video games and television program on the Valencia, Spain campus

A selection of his feature films would include: Fin (Jorge Torregrosa), Blackthorn (Mateo Gil), Un cuento chino (Sebastián Borensztein), Amador, Los Lunes al Sol (Fernando León de Aranoa), Triage (Danis Tanovic), Los girasoles ciegos, La educación de las hadas (José Luis Cuerda), Mataharis (Icíar Bollaín), El penalti más largo del mundo, El club de los suicidas (Roberto Santiago), Nacidas para sufrir, Cachorro (Miguel Albaladejo), El corredor nocturno, Las razones de mis amigos, Silencio en la Nieve, (Gerardo Herrero), Intacto (Juan Carlos Fresnadillo), No te muevas (Sergio Castellitto) or El Aura (Fabián Bielinsky), among others.

He has also worked as musical producer for other composer ́s feature films, such as “Mar adentro”, “Los otros” (Alejandro Amenábar)”; “Todo sobre mi madre”, “Carne trémula”, “La flor de mi secreto” (Pedro Almodóvar), “La lengua de las mariposas” (José Luis Cuerda), “Los amantes del círculo polar”, “Tierra “(Julio Medem), “Mi vida sin mi”, “A los que aman” (Isabel Coixet), “La vida que te espera” (Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón), “Nadie conoce a nadie” (Mateo Gil) and many more.

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