Annette Focks is a German musician, TV and film composer. Annette Focks received the Deutscher Fernsehpreis for the best music for five movies in 2005 (e.g. “Marias letzte Reise”, “Die Kirschenkönigin”,”Bella Block”). She was a candidate for the 2007 European Film Award (“Four Minutes”). At the international music and cinema festival in Auxerre, she received the special jury award (Grand Prix spécial du Jury) from the hands of film music legend John Barry. In 2008 and 2009, she was nominated for the Deutscher Filmpreis (“Runaway Horse” and “Krabat”, respectively). The film music for “Four Minutes” brought her the “Premio la X 102 a la Mejor Música” at the “10.ma Muestra International De Cine De Santo Domingo, República Dominicana” in 2008. Her music for “Poll” received the “Teatro Politeama di Catanzaro” prize at the “Festival Internazionale Del Film Di Roma” for the “Best film music” and was nominated for the Preis der Deutschen Filmkritik in 2010. In 2012, a nomination for the Swedish film award “Guldbagge” in the category best Music was added for the movie “Simon & The Oaks”, before Annette Focks received the “Gema-Autorenpreis” for her work as a film composer in 2013.