Berlin International Film ScoringCompetition
First Prize Winner
Second Prize Winner
Third Prize Winner
(Finalists in alphabetical order)
Gian Marco Verdone
Carlos De La Fuente Lucas-Torres
Berlin International Film Scoring Competition
Below you can watch the 3 Award-Winning Film Scores
1st Prize Winner
2nd Prize Winner
3rd Prize Winner
Don't miss a deadline
This is your time table for the Berlin International Film Scoring Competition 2022, plan ahead and deliver on time
15th of October - 15th of December
Early Bird Deadline:
15 October 2021 - 14 November 2021
15 November 2021- 15 December 2021
Film sent to participants
Each participant will receive the selected film in high resolution to score the music for the competition. Additionally, the participants will receive 3 Audio Files of Original Sound Design to select from and use with their music. The Sound Design is created by the Winners of the Berlin International Sound Design Competition!
15th of January 2022
18.00 pm GMT
This is your day. Time to deliver your music on film and celebrate!
7th of February 2022
Up to 10 finalists will be announced
Each finalist will receive a diploma for their achievement to be selected in the 10 best Original Scores at the BIFSC
1st of March 2022
3 Award Winners will be announced.
This is a no-sound version of the film
You will receive 3 Sound Design files to choose from and use with your submission
Our protagonist lands on a foreign planet finds an alien artifact and travels back into a time, where the planet was covered by a lush forest.
Constantin Kormann - Production, Art-Direction, Simulations
Nick Pantring - Environments, Lighting
Sina Hartmann - Character, Animation
Marco Hörnchen - Character, Animation
David Lautermann - Vehicles, Texturing
Robin Odasso - Compositing
2022 Awards List
Cash Prize 500 Euros
Full Scholarship for online participation at Fusion Film Scoring Workshops 2022 Including Live Recording
Registrations are now closed
Compose a Winning Score
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Upon registration, you will receive
1. An email confirming your registration together with the competition materials.
2. The film
2. Three (3) Audio Files with original Sound Design
created by the Winners of the Berlin International Sound Design Competition
(You will be able to choose which of the three Sound Designs you prefer to use with your music.)
Filmaker / Producer
Primetime Emmy nominee Dr. Fredi Devas is a wildlife filmmaker who cares deeply about the natural world and the challenges it faces. Having worked on Meerkat Manor and Nick Baker’s Weird Creatures, he joined the BBC to work on Frozen Planet and then Wild Arabia. On Planet Earth II he decided to leave the wildernesses behind to produce and direct.
Lesley established UK Film Music in March 2019 following several years representing and managing prominent and award-winning composers from the UK and mainland Europe. With a career history including international marketing and the Visual Arts, Lesley is keen to bring a different approach to representation.
Emmy-winning composer Nathan Barr has received critical acclaim for his unmatched versatility, incorporating eclectic instruments from musical cultures across the world.
His recent projects include The House with a Clock in its Walls, Amazon Studios’/Legendary Television’s Carnival Row, starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne, Hulu's The Great, and the Netflix series Hollywood,
Mihali Palaeologou is a composer. His award-winning music has been performed in Europe, USA, Japan, China and Australia. He is a passionate Film Music educator and conductor. Mihali is the Artistic Director of the Berlin International Film Scoring Competition and Founder of the
Fusion Film Scoring Workshops
Constantin is a 3D Artist and Supervisor working in the advertisement industry. Past clients include AUDI, Canyon, Daimler or TOMRA. He also teaches at Macromedia University in Cologne, where he graduated himself. Additionally, he works on personal projects such as the "Hired Steel" series.
RULES & ELIGIBILITY
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 will review the submissions and vote for up to 10 finalists and 3 Prize Winners.