June will see the start of the 11th edition of the CSC Lab Musica per film (CSC Lab Music for Film), a course designed to provide an accomplished and interdisciplinary experience in the field of sound and music for cinema.
The Lab is curated by Sergio Bassetti, Angelo M. Farro and Andrea Grant, who are also in charge of taught classes. Among the composers present this year Carlo Crivelli (winner of the Prix France Musique and the Goffredo Petrassi Award) and Paolo Buonvino, winner of one David di Donatello Award (Caos calmo, aka Quiet Chaos) and two Nastro d'argento Awards. To further enrich the teaching staff of the Lab, there will be the mix engineer Francesco Tumminello, and the directors Daniele Luchetti (five David di Donatello Awards, one Nastro d'argento Award) and Gianfranco Cabiddu (one David di Donatello Award and one Globo d'oro Award).
This year's course increases the educational offer, extending to four weeks of taught classes: from June 13 to 17, from June 27 to July 1; from July 11 to 15; from July 25 to 29. In addition to these classes, there will be a period of distance learning assisted by the teachers, in preparation for the final essay in September.
Upon achievement of the CSC Lab Music for Film certificate, students will be given the opportunity to be included in a database that will then be distributed to the students of Direction, Editing and Production of the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, so as to encourage and facilitate new collaborations even after the Lab has ended.
The closing date for applications will be June 2, 2022.
Sede: Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, via Tuscolana 1520 – Roma.