Born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, film composer Pedro Bromfman has been writing, playing and producing “Music For Images” for well over a decade. A Cum Laude graduate from Berklee College of Music, Pedro has worked as a session musician, music producer and arranger before his passion for film scores brought him to Los Angeles.
Since moving to California and studying film scoring at UCLA, Pedro has composed and produced music for international brands and entertainment powerhouses such as Universal Pictures, MGM, Columbia Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Netflix, ABC, The Weinstein Co, Buena Vista International, Rockstar Games, ESPN, HBO, Univision, Epix, Ant Farm, BMW, Nokia and BlueCross BlueShield.
His early credits include scores for Tropa de Elite (Elite Squad), winner of the Golden Bear at the 2008 Berlin Film Festival; They Killed Sister Dorothy, directed by Academy Award winner Daniel Junge and narrated by Martin Sheen; March of the Living, directed by Oscar nominated and Sundance winner Jessica Sanders; Tropa de Elite 2 (Elite Squad: The Enemy Within), the most successful Latin-American film to date; the romantic comedy and Brazilian blockbuster Qualquer Gato Vira-Lata and G-Dog, directed by Academy Award winner Freida Mock.
Pedro has been awarded two Gold Medals for Excellence in Film Music at the Park City Film Music Festival, an ASCAP Award, was nominated for two Cinema Brazil Grand Prizes (Brazilian Oscars), a Hollywood Music in Media Award, an ACIE Award and a Premio Contigo! De Cinema.
In recent years, Pedro Bromfman has worked on the music for the video game Max Payne 3, the international co-production Blue Lips, created the score for the MGM reboot of RoboCop, starring Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman and Michael Keaton; composed the music for the Netflix original series Narcos; Epix’s Deep Web, narrated by Keanu Reeves; 20th Century Fox’s Rio Heat, starring Harvey Keitel and Thaila Ayala; and Fox’s Brazilian feature Em Nome Da Lei.
Pedro Bromfman has now completed the score for the second season of Narcos and for Thumper, directed by Jordan Ross and produced by Cary Joji Fukunaga.