A New England artist by the name of Clay Riddell finds himself coming face to face with a terrifying phenomenon:

When a strange signal is unexpectedly broadcasted over his global phone network, it quickly starts turning the population into crazed maniacs. Now Riddell and a handful of survivors have to locate the source of the signal, and stop whoever is controlling it. Riddell also has to reunite with his young son before time runs out.

CELL, starring familiar names such as Samuel L. Jackson, John Cusack, and Isabelle Fuhrman, is currently being screened in theaters nationwide and is also available through Video on Demand.

Movie Composer Marcelo Zarvos

Marcelo Zarvos, a Brazilian-born composer, first began his musical career by study classical music, but it wasn’t long before he started becoming interested in other types of music, including world music, rock, and jazz. It is this combination of musical influence that has helped Marcelo to compose his unique style of music with its subtle nuances. His ability to seamlessly blend different types of music together, including electronic, orchestral, and classical music, allows him to create emotionally charged music which is ideal for movies, TV shows, and even for stage shows.

When it comes to films that feature layered stories, Marcelo Zarvos has become the Go-To music composer for filmmakers across the globe. In addition to Cell, Marcelo has also composed scores for numerous other films, including the Golden Globe-winning films: “The Affair” and “Ray Donovan.”

Zarvos, a classical pianist, and composer made his debut in the filmmaking industry in the early 2000s, composing his first scores for the films, Kissing Jessica Stein and The Door In the Floor, which was a film adaptation of a novel by John Irving. Some of the other films for which he has composed scores include:

  • The Good Shepherd
  • The Words
  • Brooklyn’s Finest
  • The Face Of Love
  • Reaching For The Moon (Flores Raras)
  • Sin Nombre
  • Hollywoodland
  • Adult Beginners
  • The Humbling
  • Little Accidents
  • American Ultra
  • Enough Said.
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