JSR just finished scoring a shock documentary from award-winning French director Denis Delestrac: Sand Wars, an investigation documentary which was awarded the Best International Film Award at the Eko Film 2013 Festival in Prague. This investigation documentary has been selected in many major festivals worldwide and is airing all over the world through PBS International and its partners, attracting record audiences while unveiling a new gold rush and a disturbing fact: the “SAND WARS” have begun.
JSR picks up three licenses for Endgame, a drama series developed and produced by Thunderbird Films, for his electronic jazz-infused downtempo music in the new Showcase original TV series Endgame – Canada’s great new detective TV series.
Teaming up with guitar player Michel Héroux, JSR scores this documentary about, nearly 250 children from foreign countries that were taken in by families in Quebec, making them pioneers of international adoption. 30 years later, Terre d’accueil brought eight of these now grownup children together to sum up their experience.
In this adopted land where they have put down roots, many now hope to have their own children to combine the dual nature of their own identity in a single person.
Try to match with Roxy and she’s likely to knock you off your feet with her razor-sharp wit and her knack for the lightning comeback. Hailing from a small town, she goes off to seek her fortune in the big city. In search of strong sensations and…Eric, her illusory Prince Charming, she most especially wants to get out from under the wing of her overbearing mother Paulette. So she uses a little white lie to make her escape and leave small town life behind. Funny and refreshing, Roxy takes us along on her quest for happiness through situations that are unexpected, to say the least.You can take the girl out of the small town, but can you ever really take the small town out of the girl? JSR scores season 2 of this comedy.
With a story told from the perspective of the newspaper “Le Journal de Montréal” and working with director Jim Donovan and Yves Thériault, JSR delivers the perfect match for this dramatic and high emotions documentary mini series.
Jean-Sébastien Robitaille scores the comedy Pendant ce temps, devant la télé… which depicts with a caustic sense of humor the real and imaginary lives of four young adults running side by side, intermixing the ups and downs of their daily lives with spoofs of TV shows and infomercials. JSR’s biggest challenge was to create false TV show themes, false ads and false identifications of all kinds on top of the series’ own score… at the speed of light!
French More, make up ad
TV station #1, Identification
TV station #2, Identification
TV station #3, Identification
Mégane, girls TV show – theme
Haut les Mains, boys TV show – theme
Flexi, horror movie thriller
Georgious Pitoune, hair spay ad
Fuse Meurtriere, Another horror thriller but this time, it’s about a killer fart.
Here is a sample from the prentended reality show ‘Matche toé: