Ivan Iusco is an Italian award-winning soundtrack composer who has authored music for movies, documentaries, videoart and TV-shows.
He debuted in the film industry in 1999 with the music of the Apulian cult movie “LaCapaGira” directed by Alessandro Piva and won the ‘best soundtrack’ prize at the Valencia Film Festival 2000 (Spain).
In 2003 he composed the music of “Mio Cognato”, a movie by the same director and received the Nastro d’Argento nomination for ‘best soundtrack’ in 2004.
He has worked with the Italian director Sergio Rubini, composing the main theme of the movie “L’Anima Gemella” (2002), the soundtrack of “L’Amore Ritorna” (2004) and an additional score for “Colpo D’Occhio” (2008) which joined the music of Pino Donaggio.
He also composed the following movie soundtracks: “Ho Voglia Di Te” (2007) by the Spanish director Luis Prieto, “Fesibum / Maledetto Tag episode” (2009) by Dino Giarrusso, “Da Che Parte Stai” (2012) by Mario Bucci, Pierluigi Ferrandini, Francesco Lopez and “6 Sull’Autobus” (2012) a project by Sergio Rubini produced by the Accademia Nazionale D’Arte Drammatica Silvio D’Amico (selected at the 69th Venice Film Festival).
Iusco is the owner of Minus Habens Records, a pioneering music production company, he founded in 1987.
Name: Ivan Iusco
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Company: Minus Habens Records
Occupation: Music Composer
"Los Angeles Cinema Festival Of Hollywood" - Award Of Merit
"Ombre Sonore Del Mediterraneo" - Best Composer
"Diamanti Al Cinema" Nomination - Best Soundtrack
"Ragusa Film Festival - L’Isola del cinema” - Special Award - Best Composer
"Nastri D'Argento" Nomination - Best Soundtrack
"Valencia Film Festival" - Best Soundtrack
Da Che Parte Stai
Film by directed by Francesco Lopez (Oz Film) Composer
Film by directed by S. Dante Antonelli, G. Bisordi, R. De Donato, I. DI Lelio, A. Ligas, E. Russo (Accademia Nazionale "Silvio D'Amico) Composer
Film by directed by Dino Giarrusso (Just Us Film/Global Media) Composer (Maledetto Tag episode)
Film by directed by Sergio Runini (Cattleya/Rai Cinema) Composer (additional music)
Ho Voglia Di Te
Film by directed by Luis Prieto (Cattleya/Warner Bros Pictures) Composer
Film by directed by VV.AA. (Eskimosa/Feltrinelli) Composer
Film by directed by Sergio Runini (Bianca Film/Warner Bros Pictures) Composer
Film by directed by Alessandro Piva (Dada Film/Rai Cinema) Composer
Film by directed by Sergio Rubini (Cecchi Gori) Composer (Main Theme)
Film by directed by Laura Muscardin (Movie Factory/Tele+) Composer
Film by directed by Alessandro Piva (Kubka Khan) Composer