Amit Poznansky is an accomplished composer of film, television and theater scores.
Since 1989 and over a period of over 15 years Poznansky composed and arranged music for over 80 plays as well as concert, chamber and choral music.
Cinema - Poznansky recently composed the score for Joseph Cedar's academy award nominee for best foreign film Footnote (2011), also winner of the Best Screenplay Award at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. Poznansky also completed composition on Jan, 2012 for the score of Assi Dayan - a leading Israeli director's latest feature film, entitled Doctor Pomerantz (2012).
Animation - animated shorts Henry Le Cooking (2009), The Good Knight Story (2010) and Moving Pictures (2011). The Good Knight Story won the prize for Best Short Film at the 2010 Israeli Film Festival held in Nice, France.
Currently Poznansky was commissioned to score the second season of the acclaimed Israeli TV series Homeland (director: Gideon Raff), and an animated short film directed by CREW972's founder Alex Orrelle (The Incredibles, The Matrix Reloaded, Yogi Bear).
Poznansky is versatile in a variety of styles and music genres, and is an experienced arranger / orchestrator / producer for both live and digital performances.
Amit Poznansky is a member of ACUM, Israel's official organization of copyright management for composers, lyricists and playwrights. He currently resides in Tel-Aviv.
Full Filmography on IMDB