Cannes: Bringing laurels to the state of Assam, musician, composer and singer Joi Barua’s composed songs in the animated film ‘Fantasy of Companionship between Human and Inanimate’ has won the Best Soundtrack award at the highly acclaimed Cannes World Film Festival.
Joi Barua’s songs were part of the film’s soundtrack.
The songs were subsumed in a Western classical format by the London Symphony Orchestra. Speaking to a regional daily Joi said, “A number of songs in the soundtrack were composed by me, Mathieu Eymard and Ron Danziger and played by the London Symphony Orchestra. The songs were set in the western classical style by Manu Martin”.
The vocals were given by Mathieu Eymard, animated by Samudra Kajal Saikia, while lyrics and original concept designs were created by Dr. Susan Lim and Christina Tan.
The artistic vision of the makers of the film, Dr Susan Lim and Christina Teenz Tan was the driving force which convinced him to take up this project.
Joi Barua expressed his happiness and gratitude to the team for giving him the chance to work on such an interesting project.