Hear from the top innovators in the world of Music and Sound for film and TV brought to you Sundance style in a day long, in-depth conference in collaboration with the historic Steinhardt School Of Music.
For the fifth year in a row the Sundance Institute Film Music Program presents a daylong conference for composers, filmmakers, students and other industry professionals.This annual event will empower and connect the next wave of emerging artists by offering them access to some of the top creators working in film and television today. The program aims to not only give composers a valuable look inside a working career in film music but is also specifically designed to give directors insight into this process.
The full day program is presented by Steinhardt's own Dr. Ron Sadoff, Director of Programs in Film Scoring and Songwriting, and is hosted by renowned composer and head of the Sundance Institute's Film Music Program, Peter Golub. Confirmed presenters include composers Carter Burwell, Blake Neely, Paul Chihara and Marcelo Zarvos; Music Editor Todd Kasow; Sound Designer Skip Livesay; and music supervisor Sue Jacobs.
Check back for a confirmed schedule for the day, updated information on presenters and more details on attending.
Sundance Institute Film Music Program, led by Peter Golub connects composers and directors, giving them first-hand experience of the collaborative process,with the goal of nurturing the development of music in film. At the Sundance Film Festival, the Program raises the profile of music in film through a series of concerts, events and panels.
The Sundance Institute Film Music Program is supported by Time Warner Foundation, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, BMI, City Drive Films,The Film Music Foundation, ASCAP, Green Hummingbird Entertainment, Joel Kellman, and Woodside Homes.