The Importance of the Musical Script in Films
Interdisciplinary colloquium with Hollywood Music in Media Awards Nominee Ivan Capillas.
Film music has gone from creating environments or transmitting sensations to joining the literary script, having its own script and strongly influencing the final result, to the point of being able to change the meaning of a scene or a film entirely. Continuous communication between director and composer is therefore essential to achieve unity among image, sound, screenplay and music. Spanish composer Iván Capillas explains how the composer works when scoring for films and what are the usual tools and resources to solve the possible problems that may appear.
Ivan Capillas’ Awards and Honors:
- Nominee Best Original Score, Jerry Goldsmith International Awards, 2012
- Nominee Best Original Score, Park City Film Music Festival, 2012
- Nominee Best Original Score, Hollywood Music in Media Awards, 2011
- Award of Excellence, The Best Shorts Awards, California, 2011
- Gold Award for Original Score, The Prestige Film Awards, California, 2011
- Award of Excellence, The Indie Fest Film Awards, California, 2011
- Award of Merit, The Accolade Film Awards, California, 2011
- Best Original Score, Festival Dunas de Cine, Fuerteventura, 2010
- Nominee Best Original Score, Festival International du Film d'Aubagne, 2010
- Nominee Best Original Score, Jerry Goldsmith International Awards, 2009
- Nominee Best Original Score, Jerry Goldsmith International Awards, 2008
- Sketching the future
- Los Angeles
- Nov 19, 2012
- 11:30 am
1950 3rd St, University of La Verne, La Verne, CA 91750View on Google Maps
Abraham Campus Center, Ludwick Conf. Rooms C&D, 1950 Third Street La Verne, CA 91750
Organized by The Consulate General of Spain in Los Angeles, The Spanish Resource Center at USC , the Institute Ramon Llull and the University of La Verne.