Ben Lovett is a songwriter and composer of film music from the United States. Lovett debuted at Sundance in 2007 as composer for THE SIGNAL (Magnolia Pictures) — an Independent Spirit Award nominee and enduring cult favorite. In over a decade that’s followed he has become widely known for crafting unconventional scores for a wide range of unique films including THE RITUAL (Netflix), BLACK ROCK (Lion’s Gate), THE WIND (IFC Midnight), Gotham-Award nominee SUN DON’T SHINE (Factory 25); and the sci-fi noir SYNCHRONICITY (Magnolia Pictures) which earned Ben a nomination for “Discovery of the Year” at the prestigious 2016 World Soundtrack Awards. Lovett's scoring career began in college at the University of Georgia in Athens where he met director Jacob Gentry and scored LAST GOODBYE, an indie drama starring Faye Dunaway and David Carradine that debuted to praise at the Tribeca Film Festival, before following up his Sundance success with THE LAST LULLABY, a crime drama starring Tom Sizemore that took home Best Original Score at the Brooklyn International Film Festival. In the years that followed Lovett was the recipient of numerous awards and worldwide recognition for countless collaborative projects including the visual adaptations of his own original songs EYE OF THE STORM , THE FEAR, and GHOST OF OLD HIGHWAYS, as well as Lovett’s music to the films AMERICAN FOLK (Good Deed), I TRAPPED THE DEVIL (IFC Midnight) and TOMMY — an ESPN “30 for 30” documentary on the late American boxing champion Tommy Morrison. Ben Lovett is represented for film composing by Randy Gerston at Fortress Talent Management.