Sundance 2021 Composer Spotlight: René G. Boscio

Rene Boscio 

Film: R#J

René G. Boscio is an LA-based Puerto Rican composer best known for his unique blend of acoustic Latino instruments with modern, experimental electronics. He most recently scored the romantic drama R#J – a bold adaptation of Romeo and Juliet told through social media with Black and Latinx youth at its core. Directed by Carey Williams and produced by Timur Bekmambetov, R#J will premiere at Sundance.

René has scored a variety of productions ranging from psychological thrillers to dramas, comedies and more. He scored the documentary Before We Leave Venezuela from VICE news producer Joe Hill and the upcoming film The Time Capsule, from Swiss Army Man producer Amanda Marshall.

René began his career in music over 20 years ago in his hometown of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. In 2013, he moved to Los Angeles and worked with composer Blake Neely creating additional music for shows like Riverdale, Blindspot and The Flash.

Instagram: @boscio

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