Dec 22, 2009
Christian Biegai, from Berlin, Germany, has written
film scores for feature films, documentaries, and animated films
around the world.
These films include: the short film Whistle (directed by Duncan Jones), films for Marc Meyer, and with Helena Bulaja on the animated fairytale Regoch and her experimental interactive movie inspired by
Nikola Tesla which also features Laurie Anderson and Terry Gilliam.
Working at Park Road Post as an editor, Christian contributed a string quartet piece for the Sundance Grand Jury Prize nominee, Eagle vs. Shark and contributed to the score for the New Zealand documentary The Big Picture. He also scored Brigitte Bertele's feature film: Nacht Vor Augen (A Hero's Welcome), which premiered at Berlin.
Christian is a classical saxophonist who has played with large orchestras, small quartets, and artist collectives. He has performed with the Berlin Philharmonic and New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, the clair-obscur saxophone quartet, Antony and the Johnsons, and the artist collective Edison Woods, and on the score for 3:20, written for solo saxophone for him by Gerald Busby.