Join us on December 18, 2013 at 3pm (EST) for a free Google+ Hangout and get the inside track on the NEH’s funding process! Karen Kenton, Senior Program Officer at the NEH, will discuss the NEH’s funding guidelines and opportunities for filmmakers, and 14-time CINE Golden Eagle Award-winning filmmaker Lawrence Hott will present some of his NEH-funded projects. A Q&A with Karen and Larry will follow, moderated by CINE’s Director of Competitions, Betsy Walters.
There are two ways to participate:
RSVP to participate and ask questions via webcam. Updated: All Google+ Hangout spots have been claimed; however, we anticipate that spots might open, so we invite you to register for our waiting list if you’d like to join the Hangout via webcam.
- Watch live on CINE’s Google+ page and submit questions for the panel. Bookmark CINE’s Google+ page and livestream the hangout on December 18th at 3pm. No registration is required to livestream the panel.
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We encourage you to visit the NEH website (http://www.neh.gov/) prior to the webinar. You’ll find information on development and production grants for film on the Division of Public Programs page (http://www.neh.gov/divisions/public). To find out more about Larry Hott and Florentine Films/Hott Productions, visit their website (http://www.florentinefilms.org/).
We are thrilled to announce that Mychael Danna, the Academy Award®-winning composer of Life of Pi, Moneyball and Little Miss Sunshine, will serve as a guest judge for CINE’s 2nd Annual Film Scoring Competition for Emerging Composers. Danna will select the winner and runners-up with George S. Clinton, chair of Film Scoring at Berklee College of Music, and Daniel Carlin, Director of Scoring for Motion Picture Arts & Television at USC’s Thornton School of Music.
CINE’s 2nd Annual Film Scoring Competition is accepting registrations through January 14, 2014. For more information, visit these links:
Register for CINE’s Film Scoring Competition for Emerging Filmmakers
CINE’s Film Scoring Competition: Overview
Competition Rules and Regulations
Inaugural Film Scoring Competition Winners
Join the Film Scoring Competition Email List
CINE is once again thrilled to partner with the Berklee College of Music – recently ranked #1 on The Hollywood Reporter‘s list of top Hollywood Music Schools – to give film students the opportunity to partner with Berklee students to score their film. Participation is free but space is limited, so you must apply to be considered.
All applications must be submitted by February 14, 2014, and you must have your film picture-locked by March 14, 2014.
For more information, including application and FAQs, click here.
The 2nd Annual Film Scoring Competition is now accepting entries! Click here for more information, and register here.
Selecting the winner and runners-up this year will be three powerhouses: Mychael Danna, Oscar-winner in 2012 for his score for Ang Lee’s Life of Pi , and George S. Clinton and Daniel Carlin of The Berklee College of Music and USC’s Thornton School of Music, respectively - the #1 and #2 schools on The Hollywood Reporter‘s list of top Hollywood Music schools!
Need some inspiration? Here are the winning scores from our inaugural Film Scoring Competition, announced this June at our 2013 Awards Gala:
Seth Tsui, Winner
Ken Pierson, Winner
Robin Hall, Runner-Up
CINE is proud to partner with Tallgrass, the largest independent film festival in the state of Kansas, to give festival winners a chance at the prestigious Golden Eagle Award™.
The Tallgrass 2013 Vimeo Audience Award winners for Narrative & Documentary Feature, Short Film and the Stubbornly Independent Gala winner will receive waived submission fees for the Spring 2014 Golden Eagle Awards™. All participating Tallgrass filmmakers with 2013 official selections will receive a 20% discount off of the regular submission price.
Now entering its 11th year, the Tallgrass Film Festival has become an internationally recognized, multi-day platform for world-class cinematic programming, while showcasing Wichita’s revitalized downtown area and many of its cultural attractions.
Congratulations to the 2013 Tallgrass Film Festival Award winners, and to the Tallgrass team on a great event!