The panel discussion "Women in Film Music" with Miriam Cutler (Alliance for women film composers), Jasmin Reuter, Jessica Curry, Nicole Ackermann(WIFTG) and Francine Raveney representing European Women's Audiovisual Network - EWA was a great experience.
SoundTrack_Cologne is happy to announce all special guests of Theme Day „Music In TV“ on August 27th: Jeff Russo („Fargo“), Reinhold Heil („Cloud Atlas“, „Deutschland 83“), Miriam Cutler („Ethel“, „The Hunting Ground“) and Łukasz Targosz („The Pact, „The Game“)!
Grand Performances teams up with the Alliance for Women Film Composers to celebrate the music of women composers in film, television, video games and interactive media.
Sound Track_Cologne is happy to announce all special guests of Theme Day „Music in TV“ on August 27th: Jeff Russo („Fargo“), Reinhold Heil („Cloud Atlas“, „Deutschland 83“), Miriam Cutler („Ethel“, „The Hunting Ground“) and Łukasz Targosz („Floating Skyscrapers“, „The Game“)!
BMI will partner with the Sundance Institute to present the 18th annual “Music & Film: The Creative Process” Composer/Director Roundtable and 14th annual Snowball showcase during the 2016 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Miriam Cutler will be one of the panelists in this years roundtable.
BMI composer Miriam Cutler was the guest of honor on Monday, November 2, at the Society of Composers & Lyricists (SCL) screening of the Radius and CNN Films movie THE HUNTING GROUND, for which she wrote the score.
Miriam took home a Best Documentary Score for THE HUNTING GROUND at the Hollywood Music In Media Awards where Diane Warren also received a Best Song in a Documentary Award for " It Could Happen To You" performed by Lady Gaga in the film.
Minnesota Public Radio aired an interview with five women composers from the Alliance for Women Film Composers. Hear all about Miriam's road to success, including singing telegrams.
Miriam is an Advisor for 2015 Sundance Institute Music & Sound Design Lab: Documentary Film at Skywalker Sound.
American Promise has been nominated for three News and Documentary Emmys!
Miriam presented a Documentary Film Music workshop for American Film Showcase/USC School of Cinematic Arts for a group of International filmmakers brought to LA for a week of programs and workshops.
This interactive handbook -- Guerilla Film Scoring -- encompasses the entire film scoring process including education, preparation, writing and recording a score, editing, mixing and mastering, finding work, career development, and sample contracts.
In Feb 2015 Miriam hosted a Master Class for the International Documentary Association -- Doc U: Music Master Class with Composer Miriam Cutler.
In this Master Class, Emmy-nominated composer Miriam Cutler shared clips from her own work to demonstrate the various ways music can be used. She also presented her unique Music Story Arc process, which is an invaluable creative and organizational tool for directors. Finally, she provided a hands-on opportunity for participants to show clips of their own work so that Miriam could provide alternative scoring ideas for the class to discuss.
One Last Hug (...and a few smooches) - Three Days at Grief Camp wins the 2014 Emmy for Outstanding Children's Programming.
Shortly after AFS orientation, I was invited to Malaysian Borneo May 29-June 6 2014 to lead workshops and mentor Malaysian filmmakers and burgeoning composers.
July 2014 - ONE LAST HUG (AND A FEW SMOOTCHES) has been nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Children's Programming.
Miriam Cutler talks to The Borneo Post SEEDS about the joys of composing, composing for documentaries and provides tips to aspiring composers in Malaysia.
I had a great time returning to the wonderful Ashland Film Festival April 3-8, 2014 as a short documentary juror. It's such a great town and the community really supports the festival and filmmakers. I got a chance to see some great films and spend time with many colleagues.
In March, 2014 I was invited to participate as a Film Expert in the American Film Showcase, a major touring film program bringing American documentaries, feature films and animated shorts to audiences worldwide.
AFS is a partnership between the Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and USC's School of Cinematic Arts.
Visit the AFS website.