Singing for Film and Theater
In 1998, Noa recorded the part of Esmerelda in French for the original soundtrack of the multi-Platinum selling “Notre Dame de Paris”. Her song ‘Babel’, written in English, French and Hebrew as theme song for the Gerard Pullicino movie of the same name, topped the charts in France the following year.
Noa collaborated with French composer Eric Serra on two songs for film: ‘the experience of love’ from the James Bond film ‘Goldeneye’, and the song ‘my heart calling’ from the Luc Besson film “Joan of Arc”.
In the year 2000 Noa and Gil were asked to write lyrics for Nicola Piovani’s musical theme for Roberto Benigni’s Oscar award winning movie: “Life Is Beautiful”. The song was recorded and released with the album “Blue Touches Blue”, and became a huge hit for the song-writing duo.
In July 2004, During Noa’s 8th month of pregnancy with her daughter Enea, Noa and Gil, together with Palestinian singer Rim Banna, wrote and recorded the theme song for the animated film “Pace of Peace”. The short film, a joint project of Israeli and Palestinian high-school students, was awarded special notice in the 2005 Venice Film Festival.