SCGNZ and DEGNZ present “The Editor, a Composer’s Friend or Foe?”
A special event that looks at the importance of communication and teamwork between an Editor and a Film Composer… Will they be friends or foes by the end of the mix?
Join us for a discussion between acclaimed New Zealand editors Annie Collins (One Thousand Ropes, The Great Maiden’s Blush, Consent: The Louise Nicholas Story) and Jonno Woodford-Robinson (Mortal Engines, Pork Pie, What We Do In the Shadows), chaired by Andrew Hagen from the Screen Composers Guild. There will be time for audience questions from Facebook in this sure-to-be interesting evening, so come join us live and see how you can avoid falling onto the wrong side of the (musical) tracks.
As part of the Q&A, they’ll be discussing some film clips, provided by the editors. These won’t be played during the session. We suggest watching the clips at 5pm, before the beginning of the live event at 5:30pm. Links to these clips will be made available on this post, the day before the event.
WHEN: Thu 14 May, 5:30pm
WHERE: Directors and Editors Guild of New Zealand Facebook page. If you don’t have a Facebook account, please refer to the information further down on how to watch the live-stream.
Watch the Live Recording
Jonno’s composer recommendations
Sharing Jonno’s list from the Q&A:
- Graeme Revell (Dafur Now, The Negotiator)
- Johan Soderqvist (Let the Right One In)
- Agnes Obel – a pianist
- Yann Tiersen (Amelie)
- Penguin Cafe & Penguin Cafe Orchestra
- Lisa Gerrard (The Insider)
- Carter Burwell (Fargo, Burn After Reading)
- Danny Elfman (Men in Black)
- James Newton Howard (6the sense, Unbreakable, King Kong)
- Henrik Górecki (Fearless)
For Non-Facebook Users
Follow these steps to watch the live-stream:
- Tune in at this link on Facebook.
- Click to play the live video once the broadcast has started.
You do not need to create a Facebook account to watch. Simply ignore any Facebook prompts to Log In / Create New Account, or click ‘Not Now’ if the option appears. Prompts will look like so:
- Non-Facebook users can watch the live-stream without an account, but won’t be able to ask questions/comment.
- Firefox may not support Facebook Live. We recommend using Safari or Chrome.
Last updated on 28 January 2022