Enis Rotthoff is a composer with an innovative approach to film scoring. His close collaboration with filmmakers is the basis for a true cinematic concept and the inspiration for creating a unique musical language. By blending the orchestra with modern and sometimes rare instruments and mixing with electronic elements he produces an exclusive and captivating sound.
Enis recently composed the music to Wolfgang Petersens "Four Against the Bank" and David Wnendts "Wetlands" ("Feuchtgebiete"), selected for the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and scored the highly acclaimed film "Measuring the World" ("Die Vermessung der Welt"), which he recorded with the Radio Symphony Orchestra Vienna. It further highlighted his talent to create a big orchestral score and garnered him a nomination for the prestigious Jerry Goldsmith Award.
In addition Enis composed the music for over 25 feature films in the United States and in Europe, including movies such as "Silver Tongues", "Free Willy- Escape from Pirates Cove", "B for Boy", "A Quiet Love" and "Stereo"
After a scholarship for young composers in Berlin, Enis studied Film Scoring at the Film & Television Academy Potsdam- Babelsberg and Audiovisual Communication at the University of Arts Berlin.
In Los Angeles he had the honor to study with Academy Award-Winning Composer Jan A.P. Kaczmarek and later worked with him on "Finding Neverland", "Unfaithful" and "Evening". He is a Sundance Composers Lab Fellow and lives in Los Angeles.