Here you can find some of the soundtracks that I made

Lost Exile

Lost Exile is a short film, directed by Fisnik Maxhuni and produced by Alva Films.

To escape from a lack of perspective in Kosovo, Hana meets Emir, a smuggler in Serbia who will drive her to Hungary. On the way, complications arise as Emir's unscrupulous associates try to take advantage of Hana's vulnerability. In the midst of the frozen winter, Hana's courage and determination and Emir's honor will be tested.

Lost Exile has been premiered at the Locarno Film Festival, and received the prize Cinema et Gioventù


Zvicra is a documentary directed by Fisnik Maxhuni and Benoît Goncerut, produced by Visceral Films with the support of the Radio Television Suisse (RTS)

With its massive immigrant population, Switzerland has always been a place of a double search: first, how is the country’s DNA evolving as it constantly redefines itself? Second, how do these foreigners articulate their search for identity in the midst of uncertainty and constant need to define the “self” in tangible terms? “Zvicra” (which means "Switzerland" in Albanian) highlights the complexity of lost and rediscovered identities in Switzerland, a country that is destined to adapt to ever-increasing population arrivals. The film tackles the question through 7 Albanian characters whose  community is one of the most important of the country.

La Vallée Heureuse

La Vallée Heureuse ( The Valley of Happiness) is a short film, directed by Fisnik Maxhuni and produced by Visceral Films.

Shot entirely in Iran in the remote areas next to the Caspian sea, it narrates the story of a young boy on a search for a mythical stone buried in the depths of the Caspian Sea. As this stone is presumably the key to eternal happiness, the boy will encounter on his journey all the people who have been, just like him, searching for this stone.

La Vallée Heureuse has been selected to the Short Films Corner at Festival de Cannes

Paul torna al villagio

Paul torna al villaggio is a documentary by Matteo Born, produced by the Radio televisione Svizzera (RSI).

The documentary follows Paul, an adopted child who was born in Togo who decides to visit the village where he was born to discover his roots and meet members of his biological family.

A short excerpt of the film can be found here