Berlin International Film Scoring Competition

DATE LIMITE: 16.01.2019

Berlin International Film Scoring Competition

BIFSC offers emerging Film Composers the platform to showcase their work and compete to receive multiple Awards worth of over 3500 Euros, participate in Film Scoring Workshops and have their music recorded by a live ensemble, be invited in Film Festivals with VIP accreditation.

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BIFSC is open to composers of all ages and nationalities. The process is simple: A short film of no longer than 5 minutes in total duration is given to the participants in high resolution. Each composer will have to compose the original music for the film. The composition must be solely original to the composer. A judging panel of renowned professionals from the film industry including Primetime Emmy nominee Fredi Devas (Producer Planet Earth 2, Wild Arabia), Michalis Lapidakis (Professor of Composition and Head of the New Music Lab at Aristotle University), Maxim Zhestkov (Director, Visual Artist), Mihali Paleologou (Composer and Founder of Fusion Film Scoring Workshops) will review the submissions and vote for up to 10 finalists and 3 Prize Winners.

Full Rules


15 November 2018 - 15 December 2018

40 Euros


January 15th 2018

12:00 pm GMT

Berlin International Film Scoring Competition

concours film