Experimental films pave the way for new techniques which can later be applied to mainstream cinema. This also applies to the music scores that accompany them. It is important for us to push the boundaries of what is accepted and what is possible in our art. This project report examines experimental music composition for the film, Immobilité, a film shot entirely using a mobile phone as the camera. This paper asks the question, is it possible to create a work of art, such as a film score, that would traditionally serve a supporting role and create it in such a way that it can also stand on its own as its own work of art without the film that it was created for. What techniques can help achieve this goal? The DVD containing clips from Immobilité, as well as the entire soundtrack, is available for listening/viewing at the Media Center of Love Library.