BLUR’S RENOWNED DRUMMER AT SSFF18
Bournemouth’s one of a kind festival celebrates cinematic sound and music
The Short Sounds Film Festival reveals the 2018 programme, a unique celebration of cinematic sound and music including award-winning short films, talks, masterclasses, art installations and networking events ending with the announcement of the prestigious SSFF Awards.
A highlight of this year’s festival is legendary Blur drummer, composer and songwriter DAVID ROWNTREE “In conversation with” on Friday 2nd November. David will be talking about his success with Blur and his career composing scores for film and TV.
On Thursday 1st November GLEN GATHARD from PINEWOOD STUDIOS will reveal the sound tricks of working on Hollywood movies like WONDER WOMAN, Paddington and Netflix epic Annihilation.
On Friday 2nd November there are two insights into the cinematic world. Music in Film will explore the business side to sourcing and placing music in movies with agents, music supervisors and copyright specialists and then later the BFI NetWork will deliver career inspiration with LISTEN UP!
Comprising the festival jury this year, Emmy nominee composer Rupert Gregson-Williams (Wonder Woman), Sound Designer JAMES HARRISON (The Martian) and Sound Editor BEN WILKINS (Whiplash, Walking Dead). The jury will announce the winning short films at the Festival Award Ceremony on Friday at 7:15pm.
This year the Short Sounds Film Festival is sponsored by WHITE LANTERN FILM, BOURNEMOUTH UNIVERSITY, TLS IDEAS, SAE INSTITUTE and BFI FILM HUB.
For the full festival programme and passes visit www.shortsounds.co.uk