Kristin Cotts

Kristin Cotts

Bamboo Shoot Music
Music Composer

Chicago, Illinois

Member Since:
April 2017
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About Kristin

Kristin Cotts is a film composer, singer-songwriter, pianist, and guitarist. She creates scores with both electronic and live instruments in her studio in a wide variety of musical styles. She has composed scores in a wide variety of genres. Credits include award-winning Breakfast at Ina's, which premiered at the Chicago International Film Festival in 2015. Check out the film scoring section of the website for more information on Kristin's approach as well as tracks from previous work and a variety of samples in different genres. She also recently completed a full-length musical, which is in the process of being developed for the stage.

Credits

  • Breakfast at Ina's

    Breakfast at Ina's (2015)
    Film (Documentary and Biography) Composer Pull up a chair and open your heart.

  • Jo

    Jo (2013)
    Film (Short and Drama) Composer A pre-op transgendered man struggles with his female body parts when he goes to the doctor for his first pap smear.

  • Heavenly Father

    Heavenly Father (2012)
    Video (Short, Comedy, Drama and Family) Composer On the day Michael and Mike are to be married, Michael suddenly gets cold feet about using his father's wedding band. When Tommy 'appears' to his son in the dressing room, Michael finally gets a chance to come out to his father and ask for his blessing. Written by Anonymous

  • Mia Bambina

    Mia Bambina (2012)
    Video (Short and Drama) Composer A tale of missed connections which otherwise can prove life changing for the all the characters involved. A father searching for his daughter around a neighborhood. A small time mob boss trying to fix a deal with a contract killer. A delivery guy who has the killer's identification mark drops it in a cab without knowing that the indented targets is his girl friend and quite possibly him. A side kick who waits endlessly at the rendezvous in front of the waiting killer with out ever knowing his real identity. The father and the mob boss discuss their lost ones without realizing that they are talking about the same person. Does the lizard ever become successful in catching its own tail? Written by Anonymous

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