Glasgow, UK (PRWeb UK) March 31, 2010
A publishing contract and the opportunity to work in world-class film sound studios is the prize in a competition which asks entrants to compose a soundtrack for Roderick Buchanan’s recent film.
The competition, being run by Glasgow-based Savalas Sound and creative social network Central Station, is offering the winner a £500 fee and a non-exclusive publishing deal with Savalas’s music publishing arm, the Sonic Design Agency.
Composers, sound designers and musicians from across the world are being invited to collaborate on a new piece of work with internationally-renowned visual artist Roderick (Roddy) Buchanan.
Up to six artists will be given the chance to engage in a development process to work up soundtrack ideas for Roddy’s piece of experimental film-making. Training and support will be given by the sound designers and composers at Savalas, working in Dolby 5.1 at their world-class studios in the heart of Glasgow’s media hub.
Roddy and Savalas will then choose one of the shortlisted artists to create the final soundtrack for the new film which will be shown at major film festivals.
“This competition is about collaboration and opening up to the possibilities that emerge when talent and professional resources come together. It’s also just about giving people a rare chance to say ‘this is what I can do'."
- Giles Lamb, Savalas Studios
Anyone wanting to enter the competition should visit http://bit.ly/ComposerWanted before the deadline on Thursday 1st April.
For additional information about the competition that is the subject of this release contact Giles Lamb or visit http://www.thisiscentralstation.com.
About Savalas Sound and the Sonic Design Agency:
Savalas Sound Studios are Scotland's largest audio post facility with the UK's first Dolby Premier mix theatre. The Sonic Design Agency provides bespoke music for TV, film and media.
About Central Station:
Central Station is a creative social network for people interested in art, film and design.
About Roderick Buchanan:
Roderick Buchanan is a Scottish artist working in the fields of installation, film and photography. His 2004 film about Indian and Scottish soldiers, History Painting, was commissioned by the British Council for the 11th Indian Triennale.
He has had solo exhibitions at Dundee Contemporary Arts (2000) and the Camden Arts Centre (2005) and his work is held in the collections of the Tate and the National Galleries of Scotland.
Contact: Giles Lamb, Savalas Studios 0141 440 6700 / 07971 951272 http://www.savalas.co.uk