Lukus Benoit

Composer for Film, Television and Miscellany

BIO

Lukus Benoit is a composer for film and television. His music was first used in the Inception blu-ray featurette Dreams: Cinema of the Subconscious  (2011). Since then, he has worked steadily on a number of projects including the TV series Knock Knock Ghost (2016), the feature-length documentary Jingle Dress (2013) and a variety of short films. In 2017 he was nominated for a Toronto Independent Music Award in the Instrumental/Classical category.

In addition to his work as a composer, Lukus also freelances as a video editor and location sound recordist. His passion for storytelling is rivalled only by the visceral hate he feels for writing about himself in the third person. Seriously, who enjoys doing this?

 

 

CREDITS

Tick (Short Sci-Fi, 2018)

No Man's Land (Feature-length Horror, 2018)

First to Last (Short Drama, 2018)

Two Sixteen (Short Crime, 2018)

Methadone: Painted into a Corner (Short Documentary, 2018)

Darkened Minds (Short Fantasy, 2018)

In Death, Unparted (Short Comedy, 2018)

Da Capo (Short Drama, 2018)

The Pine Groves (Short Horror, 2018)

Nature's Call (Short Documentary, 2018)

Rising Sand (Commission, 2017)

True Girth (Short Comedy, 2017)

BA Lady (Short Comedy, 2017)

Magna Transformobility (Commission, 2017)

The Beauty of Not Knowing (Short Documentary, 2016)

Four Sisters (Album, 2016)

Fabulocity (Reality Series, 4 Episodes, 2016)

Knock Knock Ghost (Reality Series, 6 Episodes, 2016)

Cold Read (Album, 2016)

The New Canucks (Short Documentary, 2015)

Mia (Short Drama, 2015)

Augusta (EP, 2015)

Jingle Dress (Feature-length Documentary, 2013)

Hungry Puppets (Web Series, 2012)

Dreams: Cinema of the Subconscious (Featurette, 2011)