Film Music Seminar
The Film Music Seminar is the ideal opportunity to gain insight into the methodology and artistry of a seasoned professional.
Thursday 21 October - 10:00 - Kinepolis 8
Award-winning composer Natalie Holt is known equally for large orchestral arrangements and intimate, textural and at times experimental electro-acoustic compositions. Enriched by her experience as a classically trained violinist, some of Holt’s most recent significant works include Loki and Deadwater Fell. Her music can be heard on Wallander, Knightfall, and many more. She has also contributed additional music to Paul King’s Paddington. Holt’s distinction in her field was recognised by being made an Associate of the Royal Academy in 2017.
Tickets for the Film Music Seminar are available from Wed. 22/09.
Past Film Music Seminars
- 2020: Film Music Seminar with Gabriel Yared (cancelled due to Covid-19)
- 2019: Music for Film with Marco Beltrami & Michaël R. Roskam
- 2018: Sound mixing and editing with Carter Burwell & Skip Lievsay
- 2017: Jazz music in film with David Shire, Walter Murch, Joe Kraemer & Terence Blanchard
- 2016: Music for Film / TV / Documentary with Jeff Beal, Jeff Russo, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Johan Grimonprez & Karsten Fundal
- 2015: British Film Music: George Fenton, Craig Armstrong, Daniel Pemberton
- 2014: French Film Music: Thierry Jousse & Bruno Coulais
- 2013: Music for Films: team work? with Dirk Brossé, Rachel Portman & Dario Marianelli
- 2012: Sound Design with Michel Schöpping
- 2011: Sound Design and Editing with Walter Murch
- 2010: Collaboration between composer & filmmaker: Stephen Warbeck
- 2009: Composing for Asian Cinema with Shigeru Umebayashi
- 2008: An audiovisual symbiosis: Gabriel Yared & Anthony Minghella
- 2007: Relation between film music & sound: Mychael Danna, Steve Munro & Annabelle Pangborn
- 2006: Film Music & Emotion? Willem Thijssen, Simon Lenski, Frank Duchêne, Johan Hoogewijs, Tom Kestens& Geoffrey Enthoven
- 2005: Music or no music? Larry Sider, Mart Van den Burken, Eavesdropper, Michael Weilacher, Silvia Defrance, Hans Spilaert, Frodo Kuipers