Among the notable films that he has scored are The Perks Of Being A Wallflower, The Fighter, Into The Wild, Chavez, An Inconvenient Truth, and the Oscar winning documentary Undefeated.
Ambient and experimental composer, guitarist and producer Michael Brook is widely known for his collaborations with Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois, as well as scoring important film documentaries, such as the Oscar Award winning An Inconvenient Truth, and the 2007 critically acclaimed film Into The Wild, for which he earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Score. Brook is also inventor of the Infinite Guitar, played by U2’s The Edge. Brook’s 2006 album, RockPaperScissors, features collaborations with Lisa Germano, Paul Buchanan of the Blue Nile, as well as posthumous musical explorations with Khan and Richard Burton. Through a series of releases on Peter Gabriel’s Real World label, Brook has explored the world of music with various folk artists of Pakistan, Ireland, Armenia, India and Tanzania, among others. In 2015, Brook scored the critically acclaimed romantic drama Brooklyn, which garnered three Academy Award nominations.