Emily Rice is a British born composer for film and TV, who started her musical life as a cellist playing in orchestras and rock bands. She has recorded and conducted her work at Warner Brothers, Capitol Records, and The Wiltern – with members of the Hollywood Chamber Orchestra.
Rice recently completed scoring her first TV show, for the recently announced Netflix series The I-Land (executive produced by and starring Kate Bosworth). She is in increasing demand as a composer for indie films, and has composed the scores to the documentaries 100 Years From Home and Self-Taught: Life Stories from Self-Directed Learners. She will be scoring the documentary For the Love of Rutland later this year, and is an alumna of the prestigious Sundance Institute Film Music & Sound Design Lab.
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