We welcome ArtistBook to our team. ArtistBook is a group of filmmakers who decided to create their own film platform in order to promote their own movies and also to support other filmmakers to join festivals and to search markets for their own productions. ArtistBook is built as an image of founders’ needs and hopes. That’s why it doesn’t stop changing and evolving. Check out their site! ARTIST BOOK website
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We are open for submissions! Composers can submit film music through the ISFMF’s online entry form. Awards for the best film scores: Application period will run until June 30th 2014 the latest. The Artistic Board of the festival will conduct selection of movies for nominations, and the criteria will be determined in relation to the quality and originality of the score. Only films with the production date between January 1st 2013. […]
Would you like to find out how is to work in organisation of film music festival, gain some relevant experience (in Production/ PR/ Film Industry), do student practice or simply want to help? We are looking for enthusiastic, young spirit, communicative volunteers (18+) to join our creative team and be ready to work hard and have fun at the same time! We are looking for volunteers with following: Fluency in English […]
The Festival’s Board is getting bigger and bigger. We are excited to have a double Oscar winner Randy Thom joined the ISFMF. Randy is one of the Hollywood’s most important and respected sound designers, with even 14 Oscar nominations and two wins. His masterful works include films like Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Forrest Gump, Contact, Cast Away, Harry Potter, The Polar Express, The Incredibles, War of the World, Ratatouille, How […]
ISFMF wishes you merry Christmas and happy New Year 2013! We are entering the year of the festival’s inauguration so we hope you are as excited as we are. In January, ISFMF is opening competition for film music, so stay tuned for the latest news. Meanwhile, enjoy Judy Garland’s “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” in Minnellis’s “Meet me in St. Louis”. Your ISFMF’s team!
December has come and we are very excited about the upcoming Christmas time! Our beautiful town is expecting a lot of snow this evening and you stay tuned for some of the best soundtracks from Christmas films. While waiting, listen to Michael White’ song based on the Frank Capra’s masterpiece, It’s a Wonderful Life (1946).
The Association for Festival organization ISFMF, as the main implementer of this project, is announcing international film music festival in Samobor, Croatia (International Samobor Film Music Festival – ISFMF), aiming at raising public awareness about film music as an autonomous art within the film industry, and at development of cultural tourism in the local community.