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Carmen Montanez-Callan

Music supervisor Carmen Montanez-Callan
Notable Credits



1 series (6 x 60 mins) for ITV Two
Directed by Richard Senior for Noho Film & Television


2 series (16 x 60 mins) for Amazon
Multiple directors for Amazon Studios


Multi award-winning feature film
Written and directed by Cathy Brady for BFI


4 series (28 x 60 mins) for BBC One
Multiple directors for BBC Drama Productions


Multi award winning TV movie for BBC Three
Directed by Paul Andrew Williams for BBC Studios

Carmen has been specialising in music supervision for Film & Television since 2014, having enjoyed 15+ years success in placing music to picture and picture to music across Film, TV, Advertising and Music Video. This hands-on background in Production and the Music Industry gives Carmen a full working knowledge and in-depth understanding of the processes of both industries and places her in a unique position as a highly sought after Music Supervisor.

Her work on BAFTA and RTS award-winning TV dramas including Murdered for Being Different (Dir. Paul Andrew Williams) or and Don’t Take my Baby (Dir. Ben Anthony) earned her a nomination for Best Music Supervisor at the Music Week Sync Awards in 2018.

Carmen is based in London and provides music and score supervision, commercial music searches, licensing, clearance, fee negotiation and consultancy services across Film and Television, and is a member of the UK & European Guild of Music Supervisors.

With a degree in Fine Art and an MA in Documentary Filmmaking, Carmen’s career in music and moving image began in Music Video as Head of Music at Academy Films, followed by Music Video Commissioner at Island Records. During this time, she worked with international artists such as Amy Winehouse, Paul Weller, Sugababes, Goldfrapp, and Ian Brown, along with multi-award-winning directors, including Jonathan Glazer and Lynne Ramsay.

– IMDb Mini Biography By: UK Film Music