Dubspot @ Sundance Film Festival 2014 – Pt. 2: Film Scoring Panel w/ William H. Macy, Nate Mars, and More!

In this video recap from Sundance Film Festival 2014, we present highlights from the Music Composition and Technology for Film panel w/ William H. Macy, Amos Newman, Carmen Rizzo, Joseph Trapanese, Alex Ebert, Mica Levi, Nate Mars, and more! In case you missed it, check out part one of our Sundance 2014 recap here.

Music for Film Workshop @ Sundance 2014

Panelists: William H. Macy, Amos Newman, Carmen Rizzo, Joseph Trapanese, Alex Ebert, Mica Levi, Craig Wedren, Mica Levi, and Nate Mars.

Last month Dubspot was invited to Sundance Film Festival 2014 to host a series of DJ Workshops and participate in a variety to panel discussions in Park City, Utah. In this video recap, we present highlights from the Music Composition and Technology for Film panel with Academy Award nominated actor, screenwriter, and director William H. Macy, music supervisor and head of Music for Visual Media at William Morris Endeavor (WME) Amos Newman, Grammy nominated producer Carmen Rizzo, composer Joseph Trapanese, artist and composer Alex Ebert, and Dubspot marketing and content manager, Nate Mars.

In this video recap, the panel discuss the importance of the film score and the challenges and opportunities that filmmakers, composers, and producers are facing in today’s motion picture industry, such as employing an orchestra versus utilizing electronic and digital technology to compose a score.

Sundance Film Festival 2014 Music Composition and Technology for Film panel

Sundance Film Festival 2014

Each year in January, approximately 40,000 people converge in Park City, Utah, for the annual Sundance Film Festival. Founded in 1978, this festival was established to showcase the films of independent American and international filmmakers. Over time, the festival has grown tremendously and now incorporates panels about film creation, film distribution, sound design for film, music for film and many other topics.

Sundance Film Festival 2014

The Sundance Film Festival brings the most original storytellers together with the most adventurous audiences for its annual program of dramatic and documentary films, shorts, New Frontier films, installations, performances, panel discussions, and dynamic music events. Since 1985, hundreds of films launched at the Festival have gained critical recognition, received commercial distribution, and reached worldwide audiences eager for fresh perspectives and new voices. Year after year, the Festival pursues new ways to introduce more people to the most original and authentic storytelling.

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