Premiering on Friday, February 28 is the Netflix original film All the Bright Places directed by Brett Haley and starring Elle Fanning, Justice Smith, Luke Wilson, Alexandra Shipp, Keegan-Michael Key, Kelli O’Hara, Felix Mallard, Virginia Gardner, Lamar Johnson and Sofia Hasmi. The film’s original music is composed by Keegan DeWitt (Hearts Beat LoudDivorceThe HeroI’ll See You in My DreamsGeminiHer Smell). Milan Records will release a soundtrack album featuring the composer’s score on Friday. Check out our previous news article for the full album details and to learn more about the romantic drama.

Also premiering in the U.S. on Friday is the Spanish historical drama The Endless Trench (La trinchera infinita) directed by Jon Garaño, Aitor Arregi & Jose Mari Goenaga and starring Antonio de la Torre and Belén Cuesta. Pascal Gaigne (The Giant, The Olive Tree, Remember Me) has composed the film’s original music. Quartet Records has released a soundtrack album featuring the composer’s score last fall when the movie opened overseas. Visit Amazon to stream/download the album. The drama, which tells the true story of a Republican from the Spanish Civil War who hides in his home for more than 30 years with the help of his wife, will be making its U.S. debut exclusively on Netflix.

Missing from last week’s TV music roundup was the new Netflix original series Gentefied created by Marvin Lemus & Linda Yvette Chávez and starring Joaquín Cosío, J.J. Soria, Karrie Martin and Carlos Santos. The show’s original music is composed by Brian D’Oliveira (Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard). The comedy, which centers on three cousins who scramble to save their grandfather’s taco shop – and pursue their own dreams – as gentrification shakes up their LA neighborhood. The series premiered this past Friday and is now available to stream exclusively on Netflix.