Berlin-based musician Boris Bojadzhiev is regarded as one of the most versatile young German film composers. After having studied cello at the Richard Strauss Conservatory in Munich, Boris Bojadzhiev attended the Film and Television University Konrad Wolf (HFF) in Potsdam-Babelsberg and graduated in Film Music. During his studies, the multi-instrumentalist extensively devoted himself to composing, recording compositions with the renowned German Film Orchestra Babelsberg and writing numerous film scores.
Upon completion of his studies, Boris Bojadzhiev wrote the music for Kohlhaas or the Proportionality of Means - the highly praised debut feature film of German director Aron Lehmann. Further collaborations with the director include the comedy Highway to Hellas, which had its world premiere at the Busan International Film Festival in October 2015, where it won the Audience Award as well as Lehmann's latest project, Die letzte Sau, which premiered at Munich International Film Festival 2016.
Furthermore Boris Bojadzhiev wrote the film score for Der Zweite Mann, a production for German TV (ZDF: Das kleine Fernsehspiel, director: Philip Nauck) as well as a new soundtrack for the Adolf Trotz directed documentary Stadt der Millionen from 1925, commissioned by the Filmmuseum Potsdam and ARTE TV. He also scored Aelrun Goette’s crime feature Tatort, to be premiered on German TV (ARD) in December 2016 and recently completed the film music for Tempel (director: Philipp Leinemann), a new signature mini-series for the digital TV channel ZDFneo, dealing with the subject of gentrification in Berlin.
Boris Bojadzhiev was nominated for the Deutscher Filmmusikpreis 2014 (German Film Music Award).
Director: Philipp Leinemann
Tatort: Wofür es sich zu leben lohnt, 2016
Director: Aelrun Goette
Director: Aron Lehmann
Director: Aron Lehmann
Directed by Adolf Trotz (1925)
New score by Boris Bojadzhiev und Bowen Liu
Directed by Sergio Barrejón
TATORT - WOFÜR ES SICH ZU LEBEN LOHNT
Eva Matthes’ role as a police inspector in the popular German crime series Tatort is drawing to an end with the last episode Wofür es sich zu leben lohnt (What is worth living for), directed by Aelrun Goette, starring amongst others Fassbinder-actresses Hanna Schygulla, Irm Hermann, and Margit Carstensen.
Tempel is a new signature mini-series produced for the digital TV channel ZDFneo, dealing with the subject of gentrification in Berlin.
Mark Tempel (Ken Duken) lives with his wife and daughter in Wedding, a Berlin district slowly but surely confronted with the inexorable process of gentrification. Fed up with the feeling of powerlessness and bearing how rich and powerful people determine the lives of middleclass citizens, Mark starts fighting the mafia-like estate company and gets tangled up in an environment of petty crooks he had turned his back on years ago...
Tempel consists of six 30 minute sequels.