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BMI Supports Sundance Institute’s Film Music Program

Posted in News on July 31, 2015
Pictured at Sundance Institute’s Film Music Program at Skywalker Sound are composer and Sundance Film Music program director Peter Golub, composer lab fellows Danielle Eva Schwob, Alexander Rudd and Fabrizio Mancinelli, BMI’s Doreen Ringer-Ross, creative advisor Harry Gregson-Williams and composer lab fellows Kris Bowers, Forrest D. Gray and Stephanie Economou.
Pictured at Sundance Institute’s Film Music Program at Skywalker Sound are composer and Sundance Film Music program director Peter Golub, composer lab fellows Danielle Eva Schwob, Alexander Rudd and Fabrizio Mancinelli, BMI’s Doreen Ringer-Ross, creative advisor Harry Gregson-Williams and composer lab fellows Kris Bowers, Forrest D. Gray and Stephanie Economou.

Broadcast Music, Inc. was proud to once again show its support of the Sundance Institute’s Film Music Program, which collaborated for the third year with Skywalker Sound to present the first 2015 session of the Sundance Institute Music and Sound Design Labs at Skywalker Sound. The Labs provided a unique opportunity for composers and directors to explore the collaborative process of writing music for feature films. Lab fellows worked with a distinguished group of creative advisors, including noted film composers, sound designers, filmmakers and film industry professionals. The annual program aims to give composers first-hand experience working on film music and sound design, while giving directors insight into the process as well.

As a founding supporter of the Composers Labs, BMI has played a critical role in the long-term development of the program. In addition, the Company has furthered the careers of many film composers by presenting a composer/director roundtable each year at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. The roundtable highlights the composers who have scored films in the Festival, as well as their filmmakers.