Sergio Moure

Goya Award-nominated composer Sergio Moure Oteyza was born in La Coruña, Spain.  He studied music theory, focusing on harmony, composition, arranging, and guitar, at the Aula de Música (Conservatori Liceu) Barcelona, Spain.

In 2004 Moure was nominated for “Best Soundtrack” and “Best Original Soundtrack” for his work on Unconscious at the Barcelona Film Awards and The Goya Awards respectively.   Moure collaborated with Academy Award-winning composer Stephen Warbeck for the film Cargo, in 2011. Moure’s work has also been showcased for television movies such as Echoes, directed by Oriol Paulo and Toño López’s Relics.

Moure’s feature film projects include — Kidnapped, directed by Miguel Angel Vivas, The Body, by Oriol Paulo, Thesis on a Homicide, directed by Hernan Goldfrid, A Good Man, directed by Juan Martínez Moreno, and Here’s the Deal, by Alejandro Marzoa.

In 2015, Moure would once again collaborate with Miguel Angel Vivas on the film Extinction, which stars Matthew Fox (Lost) and Jeffrey Donovan, produced by Vaca Films and distributed by Sony Pictures Worldwide.  Varèse Sarabande will release the Extinction soundtrack album this summer.

Moure is currently working on the television series Six Sisters, produced by Bambú Producciones and TVE, as well as in the feature film Dirty Wolves, directed by Simón Casal and produced by Agallas Films.