Judith Gruber-Stitzer, a Montreal-based film composer, has scored over 80 films and TV productions, live action shorts and features, animated shorts, cartoon series, commercials and theatrical and dance productions. Her music has played in film 
festivals around the world.

Most notable among the animated films is the National Film Board of Canada's 
short When the Day Breaks which won the palme d'or in Cannes and an Oscar nomination, Wild Life, nominated for an Oscar and Flawed, nominated for an Emmy. Her live action work includes 2 made-for-TV films for the iconoclastic American director Robert Altman. Her commercial animation work includes the 26 half hour Nickelodeon super hero cartoon series Zevo 3 which featured Mark Hamill as voice actor.http://www.nfb.ca/collection/films/fiche/?id=33251http://www.festival-cannes.com/index.php/en/archives/film/5345http://awardsdatabase.oscars.org/ampas_awards/DisplayMain.jsp;jsessionid=7697179EA16B510A7F1FC4D6FCEC85AB.jicama?curTime=1197603190952http://www.videodetective.com/titledetails.aspx?publishedid=2543shapeimage_1_link_0shapeimage_1_link_1shapeimage_1_link_2shapeimage_1_link_3

film composer

judith gruber-stitzer


Gruber-Stitzer's musical style is as varied as the pictures she's scored. Electronica, orchestral, folk, jazz, suspense, dramatic, lyrical music and world beats colour her soundtracks.

Her scores have taken her from Prague to New York, Rio de Janero to Hiroshima, Bejing to L.A.

** A U.S. and Canadian citizen, she works in English and French in North America and abroad.