Air-Edel's Patrick Jonsson Scores Orlando von Einsiedel's Documentary 'Lost and Found'

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Documentary shines a light on the brutal campaign of ethnic cleansing and violence perpetrated by the Myanmar military
Air-Edel's Patrick Jonsson Scores Orlando von Einsiedel's Documentary 'Lost and Found'

Air-Edel has teamed up again with Oscar-winning director Orlando von Einsiedel for his latest award-winning documentary 'Lost and Found', with original music by Air-Edel composer Patrick Jonsson.

This harrowing short is the first from National Geography Documentary Films, in association with the Nobel Prize. It focuses on the brutal campaign of ethnic cleansing and violence perpetrated by the Myanmar military, which has driven more than 700,000 Rohingya from their homes, separating thousands of families from loved ones along the way. It has been described as an inspiring story of humanity that follows Kamal Hossain, a Rohingya refugee who has dedicated his life to reuniting children with their parents. 

Composer Patrick Jonsson comments: “It was such a privilege writing music to this film about an incredible man who dedicates his life to reuniting lost children with their families. I tried to find a tonal balance in the score which paid respect to the pain and trauma that the people in the refugee camp have gone through, as well as the hope and perseverance that our main character Kamal Hussein demonstrates in the face of such great adversity. It is always humbling to be able to help tell the stories of such brave people and I really hope the score helps to somehow magnify Kamal’s important work.”

Patrick recently worked with Knucklehead and Yamaha on their campaign, ‘Feel True Sound’. 

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Production Company

Production Company: Grain Media

Director: Orlando von Einsiedel

Producer: enter name

Music

Music Company: Air Edel

Composer: Patrick Jonsson

Genres: Documentary

Air-Edel, 4 months ago