Crafting Music for Film & Navigating the Industry

Crafting Music for Film & Navigating the Industry




Date: June 7 – 9

Schedule: 10-1:00 / 2-5:00 PDT


This seminar explores the multifaceted world of writing music for film, focusing on creative expression, industry insights, and professional development.

Participants will learn to harness their creativity, defy conventions, and establish their presence in the competitive
landscape of the film music industry. From composing scores to navigating the realms of marketing and representation, this course equips aspiring
composers with the tools and knowledge to thrive in their careers.

  • Throw out the rulebook by breaking free from traditional constraints
  • Find your own voice through identifying and developing your unique
    musical identity
  • Getting to the heart by crafting emotionally resonant music for film
  • Set yourself apart by building a compelling composer brand
  • Navigating the path to secure film scoring projects
  • Finding the right agent

By the conclusion of this 3-day seminar, participants will have gained a deeper understanding of the creative process involved in writing music for
film, as well as valuable insights into navigating the industry landscape, marketing themselves effectively, and advancing their careers as film

Film Scoring Course Orchestration Conrad Pope

Richard Gibbs is an award winning composer 

Music Producer, Philanthropist, and Entrepreneur.His career has embraced a remarkable blend of creative  genius and benevolent entrepreneurial spirit, making him a distinguished figure across many industries. He is one of three representatives on the Music Branch of the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences (The Oscars).

Gibbs is renowned for the breadth of his contributions to the film and television industry, with numerous notable works including scoring music for the first season of “The Simpsons” and the reimagining of “Battlestar Galactica” and composing for feature
films such as “Say Anything”, “Dr. Dolittle” (Eddie Murphy) “Big Momma’s House,” “10 Things I Hate About You,” and “Queen of the Damned”.

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