Film Scoring Contest 1

Film Scoring Contest 1

Thursday, April 14, 2005 - 6:00pm
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CONTEST:
Write and record a musical score for the provided scene from Blind Fate

ELIGIBILITY:
Any currently enrolled student as of Spring 2005 (except for Learning Center work-study employees).

CONTEST CRITERIA:
Music will be judged in these categories:
• Dramatic treatment
• Musicality
• Quality of production
NOTE: All genres, styles, instrumentations, and combinations of live and virtual instruments are acceptable.

ENTRY FORMAT
• Completed entry form
• AIFF or WAV audio file on an audio or data CD
Submit both to the Learning Center in a sealed envelope

1: Grand Prize Winner Photo

Christopher Lane

2: Second Place Winner Photo

Andrew Linde & Jared Hudson

3: Third Prize Winner Photo

Asaf Sagiv & Ilan Pustopetski

4,5,6,7: Finalist Photo

From L to R: Andrew Linde & Jared Hudson, Chris Bilton, Clifford Day, Zain Effendi, Christopher Lane, John Lee, Asaf Sagiv & Ilan Pustopetski.

The first Learning Center Film Scoring Contest was a great success. We had 20 entries from which we picked the best 7. On Thursday April 14th we had the screening and election event to pick the winner. All the attendants to the event secretly voted for their favorite. While the votes were being counted, each of the 7 finalists was presented and asked to talk about the process of conceiving and writing the score. At the end the winner, second and third place were announced.

1: Grand Prize Winner Photo

Christopher Lane

 

3: Third Prize Winner Photo

Asaf Sagiv & Ilan Pustopetski

2: Second Place Winner Photo

Andrew Linde & Jared Hudson

4,5,6,7: Finalist Photo

From L to R: Andrew Linde & Jared Hudson, Chris Bilton, Clifford Day, Zain Effendi, Christopher Lane, John Lee, Asaf Sagiv & Ilan Pustopetski.

The first Learning Center Film Scoring Contest was a great success. We had 20 entries from which we picked the best 7. On Thursday April 14th we had the screening and election event to pick the winner. All the attendants to the event secretly voted for their favorite. While the votes were being counted, each of the 7 finalists was presented and asked to talk about the process of conceiving and writing the score. At the end the winner, second and third place were announced.