Film composer Ruben De Gheselle, renowned for his intimate and hypnotic scores, has contributed to various international productions, including Berlinale nominated Young Hearts, Cannes-nominated Clara Sola, DOC NYC nominated A Cops & Robbers Story, Golden Horses Awards-nominated Tiong Bahru Social Club, Canneseries winning Lockdown. In 2023 he composed for the Irish-Belgian TV series Northern Lights, the feature documentary A Cautionary Tale,There was, There was not, or Ce Qui Nous Lie

In 2022, Ruben received an Ensor for discovery of the year and the Grand Prix for best music in Music and Cinema Marseille. In 2021, Ruben received the prestigious Georges Delerue Award at the Film Fest Gent for the music of Clara Sola, following humbly in the footsteps of great artists such as Howard Shore, Astor Piazolla and Bruno Coulais. 

In 2020, the monthly Music Award of the Reale Film Festival was given to the score of The Passerby. In 2019, his composition Wildlands was named 'Choice of Klara', Belgium's national radio station for Classical music. In 2017, he was selected as a Berlinale Talent. In 2016, he received the Award for Best Musical Creation at the world-renowned Annecy Film Festival for Beast!. In 2014, the award for Best Music in a European Short Film at the Angers International Film Festival and upon graduating from KASK & Conservatorium he received the Emile-Mathieu Award.