CINE Posted December 3, 2013 Share Posted December 3, 2013 A UNIQUE, INNOVATIVE COMPETITION TO SUPPORT EMERGING COMPOSERS CINE is now accepting registrations for the 2nd Annual Film Scoring Competition for Emerging Composers! Composers may register at http://www.cine.org/film-scoring-competition-entry/. Registration is $25 (US). HOW IT WORKS: Entering composers will each score the same CINE Golden Eagle Award-winning short film (approx 4 minutes) from which the existing score has been removed. Judges will select 10 semi-finalists and 5 finalists, and a panel of guest judges will select the competition winner and two runners-up. We are thrilled to announce our guest judges for this year's competition: Mychael Danna, Academy Award-winning composer of Life of Pi, Little Miss Sunshine and Moneyball Daniel Carlin, Director of the Scoring for Motion Pictures & Television Program, USC Thornton School of Music George S. Clinton, Chair of Film Scoring, Berklee College of Music The competition finalists will be invited to CINE’s annual awards gala in June of 2014 in Washington, DC, where the winner and runners-up will be announced. To watch the winning scores from the inaugural Film Scoring Competition, click here. THE PRIZE The winner of CINE's 2014 Film Scoring Competition can choose to be added to the composer pool of Score A Score, bypassing the audition process. (http://www.scoreascore.com) Score A Score is an exclusive community of professional composers. Clients include Disney, Google, EA, Activision, NBC, Universal, Hasbro, Microsoft, Chase and others. Score A Score provides countless music opportunities from major ad agencies, trailer houses, film studios and more. In addition, each finalist will get a profile on CINE's website including a demo reel, short bio, and links to websites and social media. DATES & DEADLINES: December 2, 2013 - Registration Opens January 14, 2014 - Registration Closes February 28, 2014 - Completed Scores Due April 2014 - Semi-Finalists Announced May 2014 - Finalists Announced June 2014 - Winner and Runners-Up Announced at the 2014 CINE Gala THE FINE PRINT Complete rules and regulations are available at http://www.cine.org/film-scoring-rules-and-regulations/ ELIGIBILITY CINE's Film Scoring Competition is open to student and emerging professional composers. Entrants may only submit if they are enrolled in a school program and/or have received less than $10,000 in combined creative/production/package fees, excluding academic scholarships, in the two years preceding the competition. WHAT NOT TO DO You may not - under any circumstances - disseminate or distribute the footage you receive from CINE (with or without your score), which is legally protected by copyright; use stock or previously written/recorded music; or collaborate on the composition of the score with anyone who does not meet the eligibility requirements stated above. ABOUT CINE Established in 1957, CINE supports the media industry through its Golden Eagle Awards for Film, TV and Digital Media, Film Scoring Competition for Emerging Composers, educational panels, screenings and networking opportunities. CINE is a 501©(3) corporation. Quote Link to comment
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