Fragments of the documentary TV series Hijos de las Estrellas. Broadcasted simultaneously in Chile, Colombia and Uruguay during 2014, in Spain in 2016 and Netflix since 2017. Nominated to the Jerry Goldsmith Awards for Best Music in TV Series and winner of the TAL awards 2015 for best educational production.The 10 chapters series is about the […]
Documentary TV Series commissioned by Señal Colombia. Nominated to the Jerry Goldsmith Awards 2016 for Best Music in TV Series. A group of scientist travel around South America to study the impact of global warming. Soundtrack available on iTunes – Google Play – Amazon – Spotifty and other music streaming services.
This is Jorge’s second album release. It features a selection of original music that he wrote for various films for – and about – children between 2010 and 2017. The music journeys from playful and cheerful moods to calm and sleepiness.
Some of the music written for El Final del Día, a documentary about a small town in the north of Chile. Here lies an upcoming Apocalypse; but one not occasioned by old prophesies and rumours, but by the irresponsible hand of man himself. The music intends to empathize progressively with the people and to unify […]
Some of the music written for this documentary about how people believe, how we turn beliefs into certainties, and take them for the truth – through the eyes of people who believed the world would end and then discovered they were wrong. The music was written in 2012, for harp, string quartet, marimba and organ.
In this documentary dance film a group of children from a Brussels primary school explores the relation between thinking, intuition and movement. The music was written for flute, clarinet, bassoon, percussion, piano, violin and cello.
Commissioned by Breathe Arts Health Research. The Breathe Magic programme is a fun and clinically effective way of using magic to improve physical and mental health for people with a range of conditions. The music was nominated to the Jerry Goldsmith Awards 2017
Original music and sound design for this short animation that shows how young people with disability in England are twice as likely to be bullied. Commissioned by University of Warwick, in collaboration with University College London and London School of Economics and Political Science.
In collaboration with Breathe Arts Research, I had the pleasure to write the music to this film that is more or less an ode to music itself. The film shows how music helps patients to take their mind off of their pain and enjoy their stay at hospitals. I took advantage of the instruments we […]
Educational animation about the Selk’nam. I was asked to write the music and to do the sound design. I had access to recordings of some of their chants; I recreated some of them and used them in their respective rituals as we see in the animation. In the credits I used an original a cappella […]