Music and the Moving Image

Sergei Eisenstein’s Battleship Potemkin (1925) – Odessa Steps Sequence – Ed Hughes‘s 2005 score

A quick REFRAME[D] post to circulate further news about an event taking place on the University of Sussex campus tomorrow.


Friday, November 30, 2012
12:00 until 17:00 in the Creativity Zone, Pevensey III

The schedule for the day has been announced as follows:

12 noon Tom Reid – introduction; aims/themes of the day.
12.05    Michael Lawrence (film historian) – Animal motion and music in the materialist film: Malcolm Le Grice’s Little Dog for Roger (1967) and Berlin Horse (1970).
12.30    Evelyn Ficarra (composer) – Early sound/image collaborations with German experimental filmmaker Suse Bohse.
12.55    Tom Reid – Re-scoring Ballet Mecanique and Rhythmus 21 – contemporary compositional strategies.
1.20 Danny Bright
1.45 Dan Hignell
2.10 – break
3.10 Tim Hopkins (opera director) – Blond Eckbert
3.35  Ed Hughes (composer) – Counterpoint: music and the moving image.
4.00  Paul Robinson –
4.25 Mick Feltham –
4.50 Tom Reid – Concluding remarks/questions.

For anyone interested in the subject of composing for the cinema there are lots of useful resources to be found at the webpages below:

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