David Wilde Composes Soundtrack for Short Film Refuge

EuroPacific Films, a multinational film production company, is proud to announce that David Wilde, known for his work with Disney XD and MTV, composed the soundtrack to the short film Refuge.

“We were thrilled to colaborate with David Wilde,” said Michael Hofstein, President of EuroPacific Films. “Refuge deals with social issues, and his musical talent added something extra that expands the impact of the film’s serious tone.”

Wilde has an impressive resume and many years of experience composing music for television. His skills as a writer and producer range from pop/hiphop/rock to scoring for tv/film. He’s equally as comfortable with an orchestra as with a rock quartet.

About David Wilde
From the Grammy nominated & multi platinum selling songs OPP, Hip Hop Hooray and Hey Mr DJ to TV/film and commercials, you know David Wilde’s work.

In 2006 Dave was approached by veteran music super Andrea von Foerster to provide the music for all of her hit MTV shows: Run’s House, Life of Ryan, Daddy’s Girls, and Candy Girls.

Next up Dave wrote, produced, performed, engineered and mixed Stacy Wilde’s smash song “Lie To Me” for the Fox show Lie To Me season premiere promo. David recently provided the theme, underscore and all the songs to Disney XD’s I’m In The Band, now in it’s 2nd season.

He’s also just finished scoring the highly acclaimed and award winning independent short drama The Hirosaki Players for director Jeff Souza with live orchestra at Avatar in NYC.

David lives and works in Los Angeles and New York City.