FMF episode VII – submissions closed

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Iria Pizania

Our guest for episode VII is filmmaker Iria Pizania (China Doll, Tutu & Pointes).

Episode VII – scene assignment

Would you like to have our guest assess your music during the episode? Check out this month’s assignment and submit your track using the form you can find further down.

Watch the clip selected by Iria from her latest shortfilm “Working Late” and find the instructions to submit your track below.

You can download a copy of the above video here:!kEFARSSZ!ke1Ym6jP_Oi52yFC8phdj9Zc2h3v3QFINSEatT3urng

A few recommendations

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We kindly ask you to submit music you specifically create for this episode. Anything that we deem to be out of context will not be considered.

The submission form also serves as a legally binding license assignment document. Therefore we kindly ask to only submit music you own in its entirety. However we only ask for a non-exclusive license, meaning you will still be able to use the music on other projects.

The file format must be MP3 and the file-size must be under 5MB. In case you come up with a larger file-size please re-compress it using a lower bitrate. We’ll sync the submitted track with the very first frame of the video clip so please export your music accordingly.


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Please submit your track by Friday December 6 at 11:59PM (BST).

Submit your music here

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Please use the form below to submit your music:

If the form should not work with your device/browser please use this page instead.

Good luck

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We will only play a few submissions during the show and we will assess tracks in the order they are submitted. Thus we advice submitting your track as soon as possible. Good luck!

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Giovanni Rotondo

Giovanni Rotondo

Editor in Chief of Film Scoring Tips. Giovanni Rotondo is an experienced film and television composer based in London. He has scored many award winning feature films (Elijah and the Rock Creature, Orphans & Kingdoms), TV movies (Il Giudice Meschino, Il Confine), documentaries (Ilaria Alpi - L'Ultimo Viaggio) and video games (Thunderbird: The Legend Begins). More info here:

3 thoughts on “FMF episode VII – submissions closed

  • Joel Frias
    November 30, 2019 at 7:53 pm

    Hi Giovanni,

    I’ve been following attentively your website for the past couple weeks. Congratulations for putting such a great website together; definitely filling a gap in the market for film composers.
    Now onto my question; is there’s any instructions for the next submission (episode vi) in terms of what the director wants for this shortfilm? I’m about to submit my entry but started to doubt myself about if there was specific rules in terms of composition.

    Many thanks!

    • Giovanni Rotondo
      November 30, 2019 at 8:02 pm

      Hi Joel, so great to read comments like yours! Thanks. In regards of instructions Iria decided to leave to the audience to give their own interpretations of the scene. I’d advise to send your take ASAP to make sure we’ll assess it during the episode!

  • Joel Frias
    December 1, 2019 at 3:42 pm

    Submitted! Look forward to hearing some feedback even if not selected for the podcast ? many thanks!!


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