Thoersi Argeswara is a contemporary film composer. He went to music school in California and started his first music film with Mira Lesmana (Miles Film) in Kuldesak (1997). Highlights include Trilogi Merah Putih (Red and White Trilogy), written in 2009-2010 and recorded with the Beijing Orchestra, Pasir Berbisik (Whispering Sand, 2002) was nominated for Best Music at the 2004 Asia Pacific Film Festival, also The Mirror Never Lies (Best Music at the 2011 Indonesian Film Festival) and Tanah Surga (Land of Heaven) won the Best Music at 2012 Indonesian Film Festival.
He also work on music film for television productions such as Sephia, a teenage drama series running in 2002-2003 based on Sheila On Seven hit song, and Para Pencari Tuhan (The God Seekers) in 2007 up to present time.
He has done quite works in TV Commercials and Features Documentaries concerning the political condition in Indonesia with Tino Saroengallo. Some of his works can also be found in documentaries about cultures, traditional tribes, nationalism and environmental issues with Gary Hayes, Miles Film, Salto Film and other production houses.
He was one of the founders of IMPAct, Indonesian Motion Pictures Audio Association formed in 2013, an association of film workers specializing in audio and film music.