Published on: 10 September 2015 in Events
New events: Hugo Blick and Martin Phipps discuss the Director-Composer Relationship and Meet the Colourists
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We’ve got two great events coming up for Directors UK members over the next few weeks. One looks at the importance of music and gives you the chance to network with potential collaborators, the other seeks to shine a light on the world of colouring and postproduction. Both events are open to Full and Associate members.
Want to attend either of these events? Join or upgrade your membership.
Creative Partnerships: Hugo Blick and Martin Phipps discuss the Director-Composer Relationship
Monday 14 September
Directors UK and British Academy of Songwriters Composers and Authors (BASCA) bring you an evening discussing the director-composer relationship, with director Hugo Blick and composer Martin Phipps, chaired by Nainita Desai.
Hugo Blick and Martin Phipps have worked together on the award winning shows The Shadow Line and The Honourable Woman. What are the secrets behind their working relationship? How does a composer interpret the vision of a director into crafting the musical soundtrack?
Join us to hear about how Hugo and Martin approach this process and how they have made their creative collaboration such a success.
The discussion will be followed by networking drinks with BASCA members.
Photo courtesy of Phil Watkins.
Meet the Colourists: Post Production Reception at Molinare
Thursday 24 September
Molinare and Directors UK have joined forces to host a showcase and drinks reception at Molinare Theatre on Thursday 24 September.
If you’ve got any questions about colouring, grading, correction or VFX, now is the time to have them answered by the renowned colourists team at Molinare. Whether it’s a general question about post, or if you have a specific query you’d like to discuss in depth, come to the Molinare Theatre to meet the team, have a drink and find out what they can do for you.
Gareth Spensley: credits include The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 2 (Blueprint Pictures), The King’s Speech (See Saw Films), Critical (HatTrick Productions), Doctor Who (BBC Wales) and Project Nim (Passion Pictures/ RedBox Films)
Asa Shoul: credits include Ex Machina (DNA Films/Universal), ’71 (Warp Films), Pride (Calamity Films) and Walking with Dinosaurs (Discovery Channel Pictures)
Andrew Daniel: credits include Silent Witness (BBC Drama), A.D (Lightworkers Media), Dark Horse (Dream Alliance Pictures) and How to Sell a Banksy (HTSAB Productions)
Chris Rodgers: credits include Siblings (Bwark), Code Breakers (Arrow Media), River Cottage (Keo Films), Panic (White Night Films) and The Confessions of Thomas Quick (Centruy Films)
Jateen Patel: credits include Narcopolis (Tsquared Films), Dracula (Carnival Film and Television), India’s Daughter (Assassin Films) and a long list of shorts, promos and commercials