Versatile musician and composer Beth Caucci is the co-founder of the film, television and media music production team Alula Studios based in Los Angeles and Seattle. She began her career as an orchestral percussionist and educator before adopting film music as her full-time passion. Among her credits are the films Ice Age: Continental Drift, The Lorax, Happy Feet Two, Knight & Day, Fair Game, Green Zone, Kung-Fu Panda 2, Free Birds, Rio and Rio 2 and the Oscar-nominated score for How to Train Your Dragon.
Beth was the co-composer of the score for the award-winning independent film Chez Upshaw starring Kevin Pollak and Illeana Douglas. Beth recently collaborated with filmmaker Kate Marks on 7 Day Gig, co-produced by Film Independent’s Project Involve and PBS, as well as Miracle Maker, currently screening at various film festivals. She also provided the music for the award-winning sci-fi short Bunker 731, which was an official selection of the Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival, among others. She contributed music to the documentary film Living on One Dollar, which brings awareness to the extreme poverty of rural Guatemala. Beth was featured on the Los Angeles Film Festival panel “Emerging Filmmakers and Composers” and was a guest on the San Diego Film Festival panel “The Art and Craft of Film Music.” She is also the recipient of the Ball State University Alumni Achievement Award and was profiled in a feature article in the music journal Pan Pipes about her work in the film music industry.
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