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Creation of Film Score Composers in the Context of International Film Festivals

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The authors of the publication:
NovIkova Liudmyla
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107–112
UDC:
791.636:78.071.1]:7.079
Bibliographic description:
Novikova, L. (2021) Creation of Film Score Composers in the Context of International Film Festivals. Folk Art and Ethnology, 2 (390), 107–112.

Author

NovIkova Liudmyla

a Ph.D. in Art Criticism, a research fellow at the Department of Screen & Performing Arts and Cultural Studies of the NASU M. Rylskyi Institute of Art Studies, Folkloristics and Ethnology ORCID iD: 0000-0001-6771-2908

 

Creation of Film Score Composers in the Context of International Film Festivals

 

Abstract

The main models of composers’ interaction with film reviews are examined, exemplified by international film festivals, in particular, ones in Venice, Cannes, Berlin, Ghent, Kyiv and others. The article compares a role of the leading international film reviews and awards by the film academies of the USA, Europe and Great Britain in promoting film music. It also outlines an influence of film festivals on the participation of film score composers in international cooperation projects.

 

Keywords

film music, film score composers, international film festivals, film academy awards.

 

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