Music Workflow for Filmmakers

Music Workflow for Filmmakers, Editors and Composers Workshop

16:00 – 18:00 Friday – Oval Room with Hans Hafner – TICKETS REQUIRED

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Informal discussion around preparing music concepts before going into the editing suit lead by Hans Hafner.
90 Minutes.
20 people maximum
Directors, film editors, composers and anyone else interested in filmmaking.
Hans Hafner will show and discuss the scoring workflow used in “Babylon Berlin”. We will discuss the tools and techniques used that made working with a team across the world possible.
I will prepare practical examples from my work on “Mission Backup Earth” to show how this workflow applies to indie film just as much as to big commercial productions.

TICKETS: This event has a number limit and you must apply for a ticket by contacting: HERE
 
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Hans Hafner – Composer

ENGLISH: Berlin based composer Hans Hafner wrote music for the award winning series Danni Lowinski(German Televison award 2 times), Allein gegen die Zeit(International Emmy nominee) and the winner of the Melbourne Webfest 2013 Mission Backup Earth”. In 2015 he started to collaborate with multi award winning composer Johnny Klimek and worked with and for Johnny and Tom Tykwer on the highly acclaimed series “Babylon Berlin” and the hugely successful “Dieses bescheuerte Herz”. Currently Johnny and Hans work on a new project for HBO. Hans composes electronic music, orchestral music and songs, published soundtracks under non-restrictive licenses, ran a crowdfunding campaign and frequently worked for environmental and social causes. For many years Hans has been an activist for authors rights in the digital age. WEBSITE