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'RGB' and 'Dark Money', both with a score by Miriam Cutler are shortlisted for the Academy Awards.

logo.jpgJoin Miriam and fellow composers Peter Golub, Heather McIntosh, Vivek Maddala, Fil Eisler, and Jongnic Bontemps for a lively discussion with Sundance-seasoned professionals as they cover the “Who, What, Where and How” of a well-rounded, low-stress festival experience.

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CNN’s premiere of 'Love, Gilda' ranks #1 in both total viewers and among adults 25-54. 

slamdance-logo-black-300x150.jpg'Gloria’s Call', a short film by Cheri Gaulke and with a score by Miriam will screen at the 2019 Slamdance Film Festvial in Park City, Utah.

Screen Shot 2019-01-10 at 5.25.50 PM.pngMiriam was an invited guest lecturer at the Iceland University of the Arts, where she spoke to students of Music Theory and Composition about writing music for film with a focus on documentary storytelling.

Miriam appears on the latest episode of Storyophonic, a regular conversation series with tales from deep inside the music industry.

Screen Shot 2018-06-12 at 5.18.14 PM.pngMiriam will have two documentaries screen at the upcoming AFI Docs Film Festival, which will take place June 13th - 17th: 'Dark Money' and 'Love, Gilda.' 

Screen Shot 2018-06-12 at 4.59.50 PM.pngOff its peak theater count, the hit documentary 'RBG' abou the Supreme Court Justice still leads expanded specialized releases. It has soared past Magnolia’s theatrical breakout Oscar nominee 'I Am Not Your Negro,' with an $11-12 million total likely.


Miriam Cutler and her colleagues Laura Karpman and Lolita Ritmanis were awarded the BMI Champion Award at the annual Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) Film & TV Awards for their outstanding leadership with the Alliance for Women Film Composers (The AWFC).  


 Magnolia Pictures on Tuesday announced it has picked up North American rights to Love, Gilda, Lisa D’Apolito’s film about   comedy trailblazer Gilda Radner, which includes a score by Miriam Cutler.

Screen Shot 2018-05-10 at 1.33.02 PM.png Movie Pass encourages movie-goers to watch the documentary 'RBG' (scored by Miriam), in its latest newsletter by including praises from various notable outlets. 

download.pngDennis Harvey reviews 'Dark Money' in Variety.  The political documentary, scored by Miriam Cutler, takes a look at how the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision has unraveled nearly

Screen Shot 2018-03-15 at 5.36.07 PM.pngCongrats to Miriam for opening a festival as prolific as Tribeca!

deadline-hollywood-logo-284x128.pngPBannounced that they have acquired the North American distibution rights to 'Dark Money,' a documentary scored by Miriam Cutler, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year.


Miriam and director Lisa Leeman join KCRW's podcast 'The Document' to pull back the curtain on how they use music to shape the way documentary viewers experience them.

2814ce5.pngComposing for documentaries/non fiction shares many of the aspects of scoring for fiction film - creating drama, setting the tone, punctuating/calibrating emotion - but it also has some unique challenges. This seminar presented by The Society of Composers & Lyricists explores the particulars of writing music for documentaries with a panel of experienced composers, including Miriam Cutler. 

TheWrap-Logo.jpgMagnolia Pictures and Participant Media have acquired “RBG,” a documentary (scored by Miriam Cutler) about pioneering Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, in a worldwide deal following its premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.

ParkRecordFeaturedMiriam Cutler was one of the panelists at this years 20th annual composer/directors roundtable of Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI) at Sundance. 

13935064 616376041869395 5322123576515324440 nMiriam Cutler attended and was honored for her work 'RBG" and 'Dark Money' at the 4th Annual Sundance Luncheon for the Alliance for Women Film Composers. 

Sundance Film Festival 2018 logoMiriam went to the festival with 2 films:  RBG (an inspiring bio doc of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg) and Dark Money, a high energy who done it about the perils to our democracy resulting from the passage of Citizens United, which unleashed torrents of untraceable millions into our election process.  It takes place in Montana, the last stronghold for citizens defending their right to regulate and have full disclosure of campaign contributions.