7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
9th July, 2020
Tune in for this rare chance to see a film composer behind the scenes, with the opportunity to ask questions about the film industry during Covid-19, or simply find out more about the specific processes behind film music composition.
Sam Dinley is a London-based composer and sound designer currently studying Electronic Music at Guildhall School. Sam’s portfolio is indicative of his fascination with music for visual media. Previously, he has produced work for Illuminated River, an ambitious public art commission termed the longest artwork in the world. He has collaborated with the Museum of London for their immersive experience Beasts of London, as well as works for the National Trust on the Waddesdon Christmas Carnival series. He continues to provide music for shorts and promotional films, as well as producing his own library music albums. Sam’s music has featured on Channel 4, BBC News and BFI.
This online event is part of Make + Create Breaks: a summer season of Instagram Live sessions featuring creative work from Guildhall School staff, students and alumni.
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