Workshop: Music for Film, Video & Games

Thursday, November 21, 2013 — 12:00 AM
Tickets: $10 General, Free for Members
Tickets available at the door only

The San Francisco Bay Area is a unique, diverse and creative artistic environment. From classical to dubstep, San Francisco has some of the best musical talent in the world. Couple that with excellent recording studios, top-notch engineers, and fantastic post-production facilities – San Francisco is one of the most creative and cost-effective places to record high quality, innovative music for film, TV, animation and video games – for all visual media.

 What are the creative and business challenges that filmmakers deal with when contracting musicians? How do game companies hire composers? How does one get their music or group into films? Our distinguished panel will cover all this and much more of the essentials you need to know about the current state of visual media in the Bay Area. There has never been a better time for composers, musicians, producers and filmmakers of all kinds, to come together and create visual magic!

This face to face, open forum will feature lots of time for discussion and feedback. Bring your curiosity and questions. Networking and snacks to follow.
Panel includes:
Moderator: Steve Horowitz
Minna Choi, Magik*Magik Orchestra
Greg Gordon, Pyramind Studios
Jerome Rossen, composer
Rick Tejada-Flores, Filmmaker

This workshop is presented in collaboration with: