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Artist Info

Ursine Vulpine

Ursine Vulpine
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Ursine Vulpine is Frederick Lloyd. Award winning Film Director and Composer for Film, TV, Trailers and Media.

Ursine Vulpine has had music featured on trailers for Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA winning and nominated films such as 'Zero Dark Thirty' (2012) directed by Kathryn Bigelow, and 'Captain Phillips' (2013) directed by Paul Greengrass. His track 'Ark Ascending' also featured in the trailer for 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' which was critically praised.

As well as trailers, Frederick has produced scores for various short films, most notably his own Short Film 'Pantheon' (2012) which he also directed. The film went on to win Best Film and Best Score at Screentest Film Festival in London, as well as garnering many festival award nominations and screenings across the world.

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