Hear Me (Julia Holter remix)
Artwork by Géraldine van Wessem
Released on March 11, 2016
(Amatorski/Motion Music/Crammed Discs)

Hear Me (Hiele remix)
Artwork by Géraldine van Wessem
Released on March 11, 2016
(Amatorski/Motion Music/Crammed Discs)

Title song for the TV series The Missing, produced by BBC, Starz and VRT.
The Missing was nominated for Best Limited Series, Anthology Series or Television Motion Picture at the Golden Globe Awards in 2015.

Come Home was re-arranged by Inne Eysermans, Sebastiaan Van den Branden & Dominik Scherrer

First broadcasted in the UK on BBC One on 28 October 2014, and in the United States on Starz on 15 November 2014.*

Influenced by the ideas of Futurist and Dadaist artists, Charles Dekeukeleire wanted to create 'pure cinema'. He was only 23 when he directed Impatience (1928), his second film, which some international film historians place on the same level as Luis Buñuel's Un chien andalou. The film is built around four series of images: 'a motorbike, a woman, a mountain and abstract blocks'. There is no linear storyline, yet the treatment and combination of the elements (human, machine, nature, speed, shapes) is eerily poetic and echoes the works of modernist painters, musicians and writers of that period.

Amatorski wrote a new soundtrack for the film, a continuous, 36-minute piece which includes abstract sonic textures as well as soaring, enchanting melodies. The show (which was performed on a 30-date theatre tour) consisted of a screening of the movie with a simultaneous live performance of the soundtrack.

Composed by Inne Eysermans and Sebastiaan Van den Branden
Produced by Inne Eysermans

(DVD) Released on November 18, 2013 (Amatorski/Motion Music/Crammed Discs, cram 203)

Deleting Borders is a project bringing together music and visuals, a mix of online and offline interaction. The online part consists of an music sequencer that allows you to make your own track, using your own images, and to share your creation with the world.

The content that is created online by people all over the world then makes the jump to the real world and is driving the live visuals for the concerts in Antwerp and Amsterdam.

Concept: Hilke Ros

Deleting Borders is a project by Amatorski in collaboration with We Work We Play.

(Website) Released in October 2013

This song was created as the outcome of a lyrics contests which was organized by Boek.be. Red Bull and Creatief Schrijven. The Dutch text is written by Reinout Verbeke, the winner of the contest.

When you buy this song, the profit will be transferred to an organization which supports musical experiences for deaf people.

Text written by Reinout Verbeke
Music composed by Inne Eysermans
Arranged by Inne Eysermans & Sebastiaan Van den Branden
Mixed by Bob Hermans

Released on November 9, 2012

Badpakje 46 (Swimsuit 46), a short film by Wannes Destoop.

The film won the Jury Prize at Cannes, embarking on a journey around the world, grabbing a staggering total of 13 prizes and 50 international festival selections.

Chantal, a chubby girl of twelve, is having a hard time finding her way through life. She doesn’t have a lot of friends, and she can only turn to her stepfather for support as she doesn’t get along with her mother or stepbrother. Only in the local pool, where she is training for an upcoming swimming competition, does she truly feel at home. But when she needs a new pair of goggles, things don’t go as smoothly as planned.

Music composed, arranged and produced by Inne Eysermans, performed by Amatorski (Inne Eysermans, Sebastiaan Van den Branden, Christophe Claeys) and [sic] ensemble.

(Film) Released on May 21, 2011 at Cannes Film Festival

Check out the film here.