Podcast Episode 05 – Paolo Rotondo – Filmmakers Feedback

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It’s that time of the month! Grab a glass of your favourite drink and get ready for a shiny new episode of Filmmakers Feedback! Today I am pleased to introduce writer/director Paolo Rotondo.

Would you like to know whether or not Paolo thinks long distance collaborations can be successful? Now you can!

We also talked about how working with music in film can be a different experience compare to working with music in theatre, among other topics.

Paolo previously shared with us a scripted scene and asked our audience to send music written specifically for it. During the recording of the episode we listened to music submitted by composers Julia Lima and Lorenzo Marino. This segment gives you an opportunity to learn how a filmmaker reacts to listening to submitted music for the first time.

Everything mentioned above is just the tip of the iceberg. Make sure you check the whole episode out to get plenty of useful tips! You can do so in 3 ways:

  1. by listening to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and all the other major platforms.
  2. by watching the video version of the show on YouTube.
  3. by playing it from this page directly, audio and video embeds below.

Make sure you submit your music for the upcoming episodes and ask our next guests your questions using the “SEND VOICE MESSAGE” button on Anchor.

Lastly I have a favour to ask: this is a very young podcast and it needs your help to reach a large audience. Please subscribe and share this page or direct links to the episodes with your friends and colleagues and help me spread the word! Thanks ❤️

Next episode coming up in December…

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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: giovannirotondo.com

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