Presented by BAFTA and Northwest Vision & Media
This event is all about music in film, TV and games.You’ve written great music, how will you get it used on screen? As a filmmaker or games designer how can you get great music for your creation and not infringe any copyright law?
This event is open to all, however, it will be particularly useful if you are a young filmmaker, games designer or musician, or if you work with young people on filmmaking, games or music projects. This session will provide you with insight into how music works in the film, television and games industries.
- BAFTA-nominated composer Daniel Pemberton who has worked on TV (Peep Show, Hell’s Kitchen and many more); Video Games (Little Big Planet, The Movies) and feature films (Big Kiss).
- Phil Canning – Music Supervisor for Warp Films credits include All Tomorrow’s Parties, Donkey Punch, Bunny and the Bull.
- Matt Biffa, Supervisor at Air-Edel (Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire/ Deathly Hallows)
- Huw Evans star of S4C’s flagship music show, Bandit
This event forms part of BAFTA’s learning and events programme and is supported by Northwest Vision and Media.