Film Scoring Workshop with Richard Bellis: An Inside Look

Published on Mar 25, 2015 Join host John Debney as we take a step inside the ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop with Richard Bellis, an internationally-respected incubator for emerging film composers. Each year, 12 handpicked participants get a month's worth of advice and insider's perspective from studio executives, agents, attorneys and music supervisors. The centerpiece of the Workshop: the opportunity to record their original composition with an "A list" of Hollywood professionals, including a 60-piece orchestra of LA's finest musicians on a major studio film scoring stage, a legendary scoring mixer, professional music editors, copyists and composers acting as coaches and mentors. If you're a serious composer working towards a career in film music, this is the Workshop for you.

Composers - Find out how to apply for the Film Scoring Workshop:

Filmmakers - Find an exceptional Workshop composer for your film:

Featured in the video:

Film Scoring Workshop alumni:

Joseph Trapanese (Insurgent, The Raid 1+2, Oblivion, Tron: Legacy + Uprising)

Jim Dooley (Pushing Daisies, The Last Ship, Obsessed)

Julia Newmann (Bones, Medium, Ninah's Dowry)

Mateo Messina (Barely Lethal, Juno, Butter)

Robert Duncan (Castle, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Unit, Missing, Last Resort)

Bruce Broughton (10-time Emmy-winning composer, ASCAP Board member and Workshop guest)

Mike Knobloch (President, Film Music and Publishing, Universal Pictures and Workshop guest)

Michael T. Ryan (music editor and longtime Workshop mentor)

Hans Zimmer (Oscar-winning composer and Workshop guest)


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