90’s Kids! Get ready for a nostalgic musical trip down memory lane. Composer and Emmy winner, Lolita Ritmanis, will join us live during BMIM x NFF Prof Talk. Lolita orchestrated more than 100 movies, miniseries and and television shows, such as Lethal Weapon 4, X-Files Movie and Robin Hood – Prince of Thieves. Join us on September 25 at 20:30h for a live session where she’ll discuss her work and life as a composer.
Lolita’s resume is what you call impressive. She studied at the Dick Grove School of Music where she specialized in film music. Together with fellow composers Michael McCuistion and Kristopher Carter she is one of the founders of Dynamic Music Partners. You also might know her as the composer of several action animantion series such as Justice League, Batman Beyond, Teen Titans, Ben 10 and Batman: The Animated Series. On top of that she’s one of the founders of the Alliance for Women Film Composers – an organization that enhances and celebrates the work of female composers by advocacy and education.
Some other higlights in her career are the documentary Wild Daze (with Jane Goodall) and her music for the gender parity series Flip the Script (with Lake Bell).
During the Prof Talk we’ll focus on the differences between composing for animation and live-action, as well as the differences between working on an episode of a series versus composing for (animated) feature films and the art of creating music that enhances the action, rather than drowning it out.
We are giving away no less than 50 tickets for the BMIM x NFF Pro Talk. If you would ike to claim one of these tickets, here’s what you have to do:
- Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘NFF Give Away’ as subject.
- Follow u on Instagram (if you haven’t already done so).
- We’ll let you know if you’re on of the lucky 50 as soon as possible.
The deadline to apply is Thursday, September 23.
The received ticked code can be easily redeemed through the NFF website for either an online ticket or a ticket to attend the session in the studio. If you choose the latter option, you’ll be present live in the Stadsschouwburg in Utrecht.
Please note: this talk cannot be viewed at a later time online and will neither be accessible through our own video platform.