Conrado Xalabarder (Barcelona, Spain, 1964), is a renowned specialist in the field of film music. creator of www.mundobso.com, world's largest website of film music comments, and film music critic in Fotogramas (Spain's most-read film magazine). He also writes about film music for newspapers, magazines, etc. Teacher of Film Music at the Universities Pompeu Fabra and Vic (both in Barcelona, Spain), he has invited to participate in numerous conferences, labs, seminars, etc. in other Universities, Conservatoires of Music, Film Schools, through Spain, as well as in Mexico. Author of two books of Film Music: Enciclopedia de las Bandas Sonoras (Ediciones B), Musica de Cine: Una ilusion optica (LibrosEnRed). He has also co-authored several collective books. Member of the Organizational Commitee of the International Film Music Festival in Ubeda, now the International Film Music Festival of Cordoba. As teacher, he has shared talks, classes and conferences with composers such as Michael Giacchino, Dave Grusin, Ludovic Bource, Bruno Coulais, Patrick Doyle, Mark Isham, Bruce Broughton, John Scott, Joel McNeely, Christopher Young, Wataru Hokoyama, Christopher Lennertz, Blake Neely, Bear McCreary, Lolita Ritmanis, Kristopher Carter, Michael McCuistion, Boris Slavov, Trevor Morris, Richard Bellis, as well as almost all Spanish composers of film music. He has interviewed many composers (Jerry Goldsmith, Ennio Morricone, Maurice Jarre, Pino Donaggio, Elmer Bernstein, Luis Bacalov, John Addison, etc) whose experiences and visions have being decisive in the creation of "The Music Script in Film".