Composer, producer, sound artist, film and game music composer.
Emil Sana is a half-French half-Finnish musician, composer, producer and sound artist, currently based in Helsinki, Finland. Sana is working with film and game music as well as sound design and sonic arts for a multitude of varying forms of projects. He has composed the soundtracks to many short films (Siiri Halko's Nesting and Katharsis OY, Max Ovaska's Carrier and Debt, Under Control, Varjojuhla...) featured in major international festivals and competitions (BAFTA student awards shortlist, Student Academy Awards Finalist, Clermont FilmFest, Tacoma Film Festival, Poitiers Film Festival, Helsinki Film Festival, Music&Cinema Marseille, Tampere Film Festival, Santa Barbara FIlm Festival...).
He has also worked on multiple commercials for various Finnish brands through his frequent collaboration with Helsinki-based Keksi Agency.
He is also currently working on pop music production and songwriting for upcoming productions.
Born in 1999, Emil entered the world of music at a very young age. Through his studies in several music academies in Finland, France and Belgium, he developed an unyielding enthusiasm for the art of rhythm and harmony. Sana's music has since drawn its inspiration from a diverse collection of genres, varying from impressionism and minimalism to jazz, ambient and electronic music.
Emil entered distinguished Sibelius Academy of Helsinki at the notably young age of 17. There he matured extensive interests in various compositional techniques and sound art philosophies as well as recording arts and music production. Sana's most recent projects have taken place in the field of film music, in which he specialises in his studies.