Vienna Symphonic Library and Hollywood Music Workshop invite all interested film and electronic media composers to participate in their first joint international film music competition!
Participants are invited to compose a suite, inspired by certain scenes from the movies The Curious Case of Benjamin Button or The Wolfman. A jury of renowned Hollywood composers, including Christopher Young, as well as industry pros such as Dennis Sands (film music recording/mixing/re-recording mixer and producer, four-time Oscar nominee), Paul Broucek (president, Music, Warner Bros. Pictures), Dimitrie Leivici (Hollywood Music Workshop), and Herb Tucmandl (Vienna Symphonic Library) will determine the best scores. Awards include a $10,000 cash prize for the winner, plus additional prizes in the form of Vienna Symphonic Library products worth $4,000, as well as a scholarship for a future Hollywood Music Workshop.
The competition is open to all international composers regardless of age.