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On Thursday, April 4th, “Tahlequah the Whale: A Dance of Grief” was screened at the Festival international Music & Cinema Marseille. The film, directed by Daniel Kreizberg, with music by AWFC co-founder Lolita Ritmanis . Lolita’s score was nominee for the 2023 Movie Music UK Awards – “Best Original Score for an Animated Film", as well as nominated for Best Original Score at the 3º Next Gen. Indie Film Awards. ... See MoreSee Less

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On Thursday, April 4th, “Tahlequah the Whale: A Dance of Grief” was screened at the Festival international Music & Cinema Marseille. The film, directed by Daniel Kreizberg, with music by AWFC co-founder Lolita Ritmanis . Lolita’s score was nominee for the 2023 Movie Music UK Awards – “Best Original Score for an Animated Film, as well as nominated for Best Original Score at the  3º Next Gen. Indie Film Awards.Image attachmentImage attachment

Amelia Warner scored YOUNG WOMAN AND THE SEA, starring Daisy Ridley, and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. The movie will open in select theaters May 31, 2024. ... See MoreSee Less

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SIREN is excited to announce their brand-new podcast, Equalised Sound, a space for women in the music industry to share their music and their experiences.

Episode 1 is out now! This special episode is brought to you in collaboration with the Alliance for Women Film Composers. Our hosts, Siân Rogers and Jenna Fentimen (AWFC board member), sit down with TAWIAH (artist, singer, songwriter, film and TV composer), Hannah Vasanth (producer, songwriter and musician) and Daisy Coole (composer, saxophonist, AWFC board) to discuss how we define ourselves throughout our careers.

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As part of the EA Music Berklee Day celebrations, a panel of acclaimed composers including Stephanie Economou (Assassin's Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarök), Natalie Holt (Loki), Kathryn Bostic (Women of the Movement), Nainita Desai (The Deepest Breath), and Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch (All Of Us Strangers) shared their insights and expertise on working in the entertainment industry, concluding with a Q&A section with students. The panel was moderated by Steve Schnur, worldwide executive and president at EA Music. In a special virtual appearance, Pinar Toprak BM ’00 (Captain Marvel, Fortnite, NFL Thursday Night Football) presented McFarlane’s scholarship.@ ... See MoreSee Less

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As part of the EA Music Berklee Day celebrations, a panel of acclaimed composers including Stephanie Economou (Assassins Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarök), Natalie Holt (Loki), Kathryn Bostic (Women of the Movement), Nainita Desai (The Deepest Breath), and Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch (All Of Us Strangers) shared their insights and expertise on working in the entertainment industry, concluding with a Q&A section with students. The panel was moderated by Steve Schnur, worldwide executive and president at EA Music. In a special virtual appearance, Pinar Toprak BM ’00 (Captain Marvel, Fortnite, NFL Thursday Night Football) presented McFarlane’s scholarship.@Image attachmentImage attachment+4Image attachment

Lolita Ritmanis was invited to choose a feature length film to share at the Music & Cinema Festival Marseilles. They call this series “Carte Blanche.” Lolita chose Women Warriors - The Voices of Change. Amy Andersson is continuing to inspire the world with her vision! The Q&A was moderated by composer Reuben De Gheselle. ... See MoreSee Less

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Lolita Ritmanis was invited to choose a feature length film to share at the Music & Cinema Festival Marseilles.  They call this series “Carte Blanche.” Lolita chose Women Warriors - The Voices of Change. Amy Andersson is continuing to inspire the world with her vision! The Q&A was moderated by composer Reuben De Gheselle.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Thank you to the volunteers who’ve already helped out with updating the diversity stats! In order to finish it off, we are asking for another round of volunteers to fill out the Google sheet that is tracking all the data.

These statistics have been, and will continue to be a massive help in identifying the improvement in representation needed in the industry as well as the progress that has already been made.

The more people helping, the less overwhelming this will be!

Please email:
admin@composersdiversitycollective.org and let us know if you are willing to help out. Even if you only have a few hours to spare, every little bit helps!

For all who have already volunteered and/or are willing to volunteer, there will be a chance to win some donated gear through a raffle!
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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Thank you to the volunteers who’ve already helped out with updating the diversity stats! In order to finish it off, we are asking for another round of volunteers to fill out the Google sheet that is tracking all the data.

These statistics have been, and will continue to be a massive help in identifying the improvement in representation needed in the industry as well as the progress that has already been made.

The more people helping, the less overwhelming this will be!

Please email: 
admin@composersdiversitycollective.org and let us know if you are willing to help out. Even if you only have a few hours to spare, every little bit helps!

For all who have already volunteered and/or are willing to volunteer, there will be a chance to win some donated gear through a raffle!

AWFC celebrates International Women's Day in London

It was wonderful for our members, supporting members and industry friends to come together to celebrate the vibrant community of women and non-binary composers in the UK.

A huge thank you to our generous sponsors and collaborators in helping bring this event to fruition: Baltic, Universal Music Publishing Classics & Screen and Naked Wines.

All event photos available at the link:

AWFC x IWD Photos

Don't forget to tag us online at @theawfc and credit photos by @louisa_rechenbach
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AWFC celebrates International Womens Day in London

It was wonderful for our members, supporting members and industry friends to come together to celebrate the vibrant community of women and non-binary composers in the UK.

A huge thank you to our generous sponsors and collaborators in helping bring this event to fruition: Baltic, Universal Music Publishing Classics & Screen and Naked Wines.

All event photos available at the link:

AWFC x IWD Photos

Dont forget to tag us online at @theawfc and credit photos by @louisa_rechenbach

UPCOMING INSIDE SESSION

Wednesday April 10
10 AM PT | 1 PM ET | 6 PM UK

Symbiosis Between Composer & Engineer
Tune in as we explore the working relationship between composer and engineer. Moderator and AWFC Secretary Esin Aydingoz will be speaking with composer Jessica Rose Weiss and engineer Eva Riestad to discuss what working closely together looks (and sounds like). Please feel free to bring questions!

Zoom link in newsletter!
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5 days ago
UPCOMING INSIDE SESSION

Wednesday April 10
10 AM PT | 1 PM ET | 6 PM UK

Symbiosis Between Composer & Engineer
Tune in as we explore the working relationship between composer and engineer.  Moderator and AWFC Secretary Esin Aydingoz will be speaking with composer Jessica Rose Weiss and engineer Eva Riestad to discuss what working closely together looks (and sounds like).  Please feel free to bring questions!

Zoom link in newsletter!